The Greengrocer's Apostrophe

Episodes

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01Penny's From Heaven20120422

Anneliese Mackintosh's quirky story of an apostrophe that ends a relationship.

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

James Anthony Pearson reads a quirky story about the apostrophe that ends a relationship, written by Anneliese Mackintosh.

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

02Alice, Hanging In There20120429

Discarded from a high-flying job, a woman takes her vengeance on sloppy punctuation.

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

When Alice is cast aside from her high-flying career she finds a novel way to occupy her time. Armed only with a balaclava and a pot of paint, she starts to vent her anger on sloppy punctuation.

A story by Ronald Frame, read by Tracy Wiles.

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

03 LASTThe Sweet Possessive20120506

A woman is diverted from her failing relationship by an obsession with apostrophes.

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

Distracted by an apostrophe obsession, a woman fails to notice that her lover is not all that he seems. Monica Gibb reads a short story by Diana Hendry.

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

03 LASTThe Sweet Possessive20120506

(03/03)

A woman is diverted from her failing relationship by an obsession with apostrophes.

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

Distracted by an apostrophe obsession, a woman fails to notice that her lover is not all that he seems. Monica Gibb reads a short story by Diana Hendry.

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

03 LASTThe Sweet Possessive20120506

(03/03)

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

Distracted by an apostrophe obsession, a woman fails to notice that her lover is not all that he seems. Monica Gibb reads a short story by Diana Hendry.

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

(03/03)

A woman is diverted from her failing relationship by an obsession with apostrophes.

AR01Penny's From Heaven2010092820120422

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

James Anthony Pearson reads a quirky story about the apostrophe that ends a relationship, written by Anneliese Mackintosh.

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

Anneliese Mackintosh's story of an apostrophe which ends a relationship.

Anneliese Mackintosh's quirky story of an apostrophe that ends a relationship.

AR01Penny's From Heaven2010092820120422
20120422 (BBC7)
20130808 (BBC7)
20130809 (BBC7)

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

James Anthony Pearson reads a quirky story about the apostrophe that ends a relationship, written by Anneliese Mackintosh.

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

Anneliese Mackintosh's story of an apostrophe which ends a relationship.

Anneliese Mackintosh's quirky story of an apostrophe that ends a relationship.

By Anneliese Mackintosh. Quirky story about the apostrophe that ends a relationship.

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

AR02Alice, Hanging In There20050829
AR02Alice, Hanging In There2010092920120429

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

When Alice's high-flying career stalls, she finds a novel way to occupy her time.

Armed only with a balaclava and a pot of paint, she starts to vent her anger on sloppy punctuation.

A new story by Ronald Frame, read by Tracy Wiles.

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

Discarded from a high-flying job, a woman takes her vengeance on sloppy punctuation.

When Alice is cast aside from her high-flying career she finds a novel way to occupy her time. Armed only with a balaclava and a pot of paint, she starts to vent her anger on sloppy punctuation.

A story by Ronald Frame, read by Tracy Wiles

AR02Alice, Hanging In There2010092920120429
20120429 (BBC7)
20130809 (BBC7)
20130810 (BBC7)

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

When Alice's high-flying career stalls, she finds a novel way to occupy her time.

Armed only with a balaclava and a pot of paint, she starts to vent her anger on sloppy punctuation.

A new story by Ronald Frame, read by Tracy Wiles.

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

Discarded from a high-flying job, a woman takes her vengeance on sloppy punctuation.

When Alice is cast aside from her high-flying career she finds a novel way to occupy her time. Armed only with a balaclava and a pot of paint, she starts to vent her anger on sloppy punctuation.

A story by Ronald Frame, read by Tracy Wiles

By Ronald Frame. Recently discarded Alice takes her vengeance on sloppy punctuation.

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

AR03 LASTThe Sweet Possessive2010093020120506

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

Distracted by an apostrophe obsession, a woman fails to notice that her lover is not all that he seems.

Monica Gibb reads a new short story by Diana Hendry.

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

A woman is diverted from her failing relationship by an obsession with apostrophes.

Distracted by an apostrophe obsession, a woman fails to notice that her lover is not all that he seems. Monica Gibb reads a short story by Diana Hendry.

AR03 LASTThe Sweet Possessive2010093020120506
20120506 (BBC7)
20130812 (BBC7)
20130813 (BBC7)

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

Distracted by an apostrophe obsession, a woman fails to notice that her lover is not all that he seems.

Monica Gibb reads a new short story by Diana Hendry.

Produced by Eilidh McCreadie.

A woman is diverted from her failing relationship by an obsession with apostrophes.

Distracted by an apostrophe obsession, a woman fails to notice that her lover is not all that he seems. Monica Gibb reads a short story by Diana Hendry.

(03/03)

Comic tales inspired by those hand-written signs offering "Apple's and Banana's" which can be found in every town in Britain.

By Diana Hendry. A woman fails to notice that her lover is not all that he seems.