Change At Oglethorpe

Comedy drama series about life at a rural railway station.

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The Unquiet American19960106

First broadcast on 1996-01-04

Producer: G. EDWARDS

Notes: MASTER INDEXED BY SOUND ARCHIVE (MP) NOT TO BE EDITED

Next in series: 6. FOREIGN PARTS

Previous in series: 4. REMEMBER, REMEMBER THE FITH OF SEPTEMBER

Description

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Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

railway stations

Broadcast history

04 Jan 1996 19:03-19:33 (RADIO 2)

06 Jan 1996 13:30-14:00 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Chris Emmett (Actor)

Michael Williams (Actor)

Peter Davison (Actor)

Rosemary Martin (Actor)

Don Fellows (Actor)

Phillippa Wilson (Actor)

Peter Morfoot (Author)

Gareth Edwards (Producer)

Recorded on 1995-10-24

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Comedy drama series about life at a rural railway station. With Peter Davison.

A graduate trainee takes charge of a rural railway station and its eccentric staff.

Ticket sales at Oglethorpe railway station are at an all-time low.

Could passengers be put off by Points's Platform 1 FM Punk Rock Show? Or is it down to June's seances in the cafe? - or perhaps because Rocket refuses to sell anyone a ticket to Barnsley?

New station manager, David Clare has a challenge on his hands!

Peter Morfoot's comedy stars Michael Williams as Rocket, Peter Davison as David, Rosemary Martin as June, Phillippa Wilson as Points, Madge Hindle as Hattie and Chris Emmett as Sodd. Other parts played by Caroline Strong and David Timson.

Producer: Gareth Edwards

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in December 1995.

A graduate trainee takes charge of a rural railway station and its eccentric staff. Stars Peter Davison. From December 1995.

Oglethorpe station's ticket sales are very low. Could passengers be put off by Points's Platform 1 FM Punk Rock Show? Or is it June's seances?

A graduate trainee takes charge of a rural railway station and its eccentric staff.

Stars Peter Davison.

From December 1995.

Oglethorpe station's ticket sales are at an all time low.

Could passengers be put off by Points's Platform 1 FM punk Rock Show? Or is it June's seances in the cafe? Or perhaps it's Rocket's refusal to sell anyone a ticket to Barnsley? David Clare, the new station manager, has a challenge on his hands.

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Trouble for the rural railway station's new manager when he sacks a member of staff.

Trouble for the rural railway station's new manager, when he sacks a member of staff. Stars Peter Davison. From December 1995.

The new Oglethorpe Station Master has got off to a bad start, but things get worse when he tries to sack a member of staff.

David has survived a crazed ferret attack, but things get worse when he tries to sack Rocket. With Peter Davison.

Stars Peter Davison.

From December 1995.

David has survived a crazed ferret attack, but things get worse when he tries to sack Rocket.

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The royal train's visit sparks turmoil for the rural railway station's new manager.

June's passion for station manager, David has so far been unrequited. But an interesting recipe in Old Cronwick's Book of Potions from Field and Forest should change all that...

Meanwhile, Rocket is expecting to meet an old flame when the Royal Train is diverted through the station.

Peter Morfoot's comedy stars Michael Williams as Rocket, Peter Davison as David, Rosemary Martin as June, Phillippa Wilson as Points, Madge Hindle as Hattie and Chris Emmett as Sodd. Other parts played by Paul Jenkins.

Producer: Gareth Edwards

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in December 1995.

The royal train's visit sparks turmoil for the rural railway station's new manager. Stars Peter Davison. From December 1995.

The new manager prepares for a royal visit but an aphrodisiac and a trumpet make the trip more memorable than intended.

June's passion for David has so far been unrequited. Will an unusual recipe from an old book change all that?

Stars Peter Davison.

From December 1995.

June's passion for David has so far been unrequited.

Will an unusual recipe from an old book change all that?

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Birthday celebrations go awry for the rural railway station's cafe proprietor June.

The blackest day of the year has come to Oglethorpe station - it's June's birthday. Rocket and Points are keeping out of her way, but station manager David is determined to make it a day to remember!

Peter Morfoot's comedy stars Michael Williams as Rocket, Peter Davison as David, Rosemary Martin as June, Phillippa Wilson as Points, Madge Hindle as Hattie and Chris Emmett as Sodd.

Producer: Gareth Edwards

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in December 1995.

Birthday celebrations go awry for the rural railway station's cafe proprietor June. Stars Peter Davison. From December 1995.

Birthday celebrations go awry for June from the rural railway station's cafe.

David tries to get Rocket and Points involved with June's birthday celebrations.

It's June's Birthday. While Rocket and Points are keeping out of her way, David is determined to make it a day to remember.

It's June's Birthday.

While Rocket and Points are keeping out of her way, David is determined to make it a day to remember.

Stars Peter Davison.

From December 1995.

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The rural station staff attempt to secure an old engine, but there is a big catch.

An exciting new engine could soon be running on the quiet rural railway - but there's a big catch. How can the staff make Oglethorpe look like a busy, modern station?

Peter Morfoot's comedy stars Michael Williams as Rocket, Peter Davison as David, Rosemary Martin as June, Phillippa Wilson as Points, Chris Emmett as Sodd and Don Fellows as York.

Producer: Gareth Edwards

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in December 1995.

Rocket has inherited from a distant American relative. But before it's his, Oglethorpe has to look like a busy, modern station.

The rural station staff attempt to secure an old engine, but there's a big catch.

The rural station staff attempt to secure an old engine, but there's a big catch. Stars Peter Davison. From January 1996.

The rural station staff attempt to secure an old engine, but there is a big catch. Stars Peter Davison. From January 1996.

Rocket has an inheritance from a US relative. But before it becomes his, Oglethorpe has to look like a modern station.

Stars Peter Davison.

From January 1996.

Rocket has an inheritance from a US relative.

But before it becomes his, Oglethorpe has to look like a modern station.

Recorded on 1995-10-24.

Rocket has inherited from a distant American relative.

But before it's his, Oglethorpe has to look like a busy, modern station.

Producer: G. EDWARDS

Notes: MASTER INDEXED BY SOUND ARCHIVE (MP) NOT TO BE EDITED

Next in series: 6. FOREIGN PARTS

Previous in series: 4. REMEMBER, REMEMBER THE FITH OF SEPTEMBER

Description

COPYRIGHT AND PERFORMANCE FEE

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

railway stations

Broadcast history

04 Jan 1996 19:03-19:33 (RADIO 2)

06 Jan 1996 13:30-14:00 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Chris Emmett (Actor)

Michael Williams (Actor)

Peter Davison (Actor)

Rosemary Martin (Actor)

Don Fellows (Actor)

Phillippa Wilson (Actor)

Peter Morfoot (Author)

Gareth Edwards (Producer)

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As winter arrives on the rural railway, station master David gets an exciting job offer.

As winter arrives on the rural railway, station master David gets an exciting job offer. Stars Peter Davison. From January 1996.

Stars Peter Davison.

From January 1996.

Winter has come to Ogle Valley, and David starts to dream about sun and sand when an old friend offers him a job in Australia.

Recorded on 1995-10-25

Producer: G. EDWARDS

Notes: MASTER INDEXED BY SOUND ARCHIVE (MP) NOT TO BE EDITED

Previous in series: 5. THE UNQUIET AMERICAN

Description

COPYRIGHT AND PERFORMANCE FEE

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

drama programmes (genre)

railway stations

Broadcast history

11 Jan 1996 19:03-19:33 (RADIO 2)

13 Jan 1996 13:30-14:00 (RADIO 2)

Contributors

Chris Emmett (Actor)

Michael Williams (Actor)

Peter Davison (Actor)

Rosemary Martin (Actor)

Madge Hindle (Actor)

Phillippa Wilson (Actor)

Peter Silverleaf (Actor)

Peter Morfoot (Author)

Gareth Edwards (Producer)

Winter has come to the Ogle Valley. David is dreaming of sun and sand when an old friend offers him an exciting job. Meanwhile, Arthur dreams of a date with June.

Peter Morfoot's comedy stars Michael Williams as Rocket, Peter Davison as David, Rosemary Martin as June, Phillippa Wilson as Points, Chris Emmett as Sodd, Madge Hindle as Hattie and Peter Silverleaf as Brian.

Producer: Gareth Edwards

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in January 1996.

First broadcast on 1996-01-11