Inner Voices

Character monologues by writer/performers.

Series 1 all by Rikkie Beadle Blair, series 2-4 all by women and were part of Womans Hour, series 5 all are by "top comics", series 6 all are by "top comediennes" and were part of Womans Hour.

Episodes

SeriesEpisodeTitleFirst
Broadcast
RepeatedComments
20040728Character monologues by top UK comics.

3/4. Pea Green Boat

Written and performed by Stewart Lee

The Owl from Edward Lear's "The Owl and the Pussycat" paints a considerably less jolly picture of events at sea than depicted in the poem.

"Character monologues by top UK comics.

The Owl from Edward Lear's ""The Owl and the Pussycat"" paints a considerably less jolly picture of events at sea than depicted in the poem."

20040804Character monologues by top comics. 4/4. Tonight in the Twilight Lounge, written and performed by Mark Maier. Assistant cruise director Hans Gruber is close to breaking point.

Character monologues by top comics. 4/4. Tonight in the Twilight Lounge, written and performed by Mark Maier. Assistant cruise director Hans Gruber is close to breaking point.

"Character monologues by top comics. 4/4. Tonight in the Twilight Lounge, written and performed by Mark Maier. Assistant cruise director Hans Gruber is close to breaking point."

20051228Character monologues by top comics. 1/3. The Expedition: Written and performed by Dylan Moran. A man decides that he and his wife need a bit of distance and undertakes an arduous Arctic expedition.

Character monologues by top comics. 1/3. The Expedition: Written and performed by Dylan Moran. A man decides that he and his wife need a bit of distance and undertakes an arduous Arctic expedition.

20060104Character monologues by top comics. 2/3. Mr Williams: Written and performed by Curtis Walker. An irascible pensioner wiles away an afternoon at his care home.

Character monologues by top comics. 2/3. Mr Williams: Written and performed by Curtis Walker. An irascible pensioner wiles away an afternoon at his care home.

20060111Character monologues by top comics.

3/3. Pea Green Boat

Written and performed by Stewart Lee.

The Owl from Edward Lear's The Owl and the Pussycat paints a considerably less jolly picture of events at sea than depicted in the poem.

Character monologues by top comics.

3/3. Pea Green Boat

Written and performed by Stewart Lee.

The Owl from Edward Lear's The Owl and the Pussycat paints a considerably less jolly picture of events at sea than depicted in the poem.

20061016A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

1/5. Guilty

Written and performed by Julia Morris.

How do you sell your flat, when you have neighbours from Hell?

A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

1/5. Guilty

Written and performed by Julia Morris.

How do you sell your flat, when you have neighbours from Hell?

"A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

1/5. Guilty

Written and performed by Julia Morris.

How do you sell your flat, when you have neighbours from Hell?"

20061017A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

2/5. The Hills are Alive

Written by Miranda Hart and Alice Hart and performed by Miranda Hart.

Imprisoned in a bedroom, you can only dream of going on a Sound of Music Coach Tour.

A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

2/5. The Hills are Alive

Written by Miranda Hart and Alice Hart and performed by Miranda Hart.

Imprisoned in a bedroom, you can only dream of going on a Sound of Music Coach Tour.

"A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

2/5. The Hills are Alive

Written by Miranda Hart and Alice Hart and performed by Miranda Hart.

Imprisoned in a bedroom, you can only dream of going on a Sound of Music Coach Tour."

20061018A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

3/5. Female of the Species

Written and performed by Pauline McLynn.

A zoo could be a good place for mating.

A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

3/5. Female of the Species

Written and performed by Pauline McLynn.

A zoo could be a good place for mating.

20061019A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

4/5. A Smile for Colin

Written and performed by Laura Solon.

It is a mistake for a man to give more attention to his fish than his wife.

A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

4/5. A Smile for Colin

Written and performed by Laura Solon.

It is a mistake for a man to give more attention to his fish than his wife.

20061020Five character monologues by top comediennes.

5/5. Library Lady

Written and performed by Joanna Neary.

A tragi-comic tale of too much love to give.

Five character monologues by top comediennes.

5/5. Library Lady

Written and performed by Joanna Neary.

A tragi-comic tale of too much love to give.

0101Fares Fair19990125Character monologues by writer/performers.

Series 1 all by Rikkie Beadle Blair, series 2-4 all by women and were part of Womans Hour, series 5 all are by "top comics", series 6 all are by "top comediennes" and were part of Womans Hour.Five sparky studies of modern life written and performed by Rikkie Beadle Blair.

`Fares Fair'.

With Karl Collins.

Director Jeremy Mortimer

"Character monologues by writer/performers.

Series 1 all by Rikkie Beadle Blair, series 2-4 all by women and were part of Womans Hour, series 5 all are by ""top comics"", series 6 all are by ""top comediennes"" and were part of Womans Hour.Five sparky studies of modern life written and performed by Rikkie Beadle Blair.

`Fares Fair'.

With Karl Collins.

Director Jeremy Mortimer

"

"Character monologues by writer/performers.

Series 1 all by Rikkie Beadle Blair, series 2-4 all by women and were part of Womans Hour, series 5 all are by ""top comics"", series 6 all are by ""top comediennes"" and were part of Womans Hour.Five sparky studies of modern life written and performed by Rikkie Beadle Blair.

`Fares Fair'.

With Karl Collins.

Director Jeremy Mortimer"

0102Finders Keepers19990126With David Squire.

Director Jeremy Mortimer

0103Puppy Love19990127With Aiden Harvey and Dee-Dee Samuels.

Director Jeremy Mortimer

0104Silly Me19990128With FRANCEs Lima.

Director Jeremy Mortimer

0105 LASTInner Voices19990129With Helen Sheals.

Director Jeremy Mortimer

0201Baby Love20000529written and read by Emily Woof.
0202Bonfire Night20000530written and read by Claire Dowie.
0203The Horns Of A Dilemma20000531written and read by Carol Russell.

written and read by Carol Russell

0204Whatever's Happened To Joanna Spring?20000601written and read by Brenda Gilhooly
0205 LASTBogman20000602written and read by Sophie Dix.
0301Aria20011112By Lynne Ferguson.

Middle-aged teacher Elspeth lives in her own musical dreamworld, and it can get her into trouble.

"By Lynne Ferguson.

Middle-aged teacher Elspeth lives in her own musical dreamworld, and it can get her into trouble."

0302Mummyfication20011113by Emma Clarke.

A new mum finds her old self consumed by full-time motherhood.

Performed by the author, directed by Mary Peate

"by Emma Clarke.

A new mum finds her old self consumed by full-time motherhood.

Performed by the author, directed by Mary Peate"

0303Gambling Rambling20011114by Gina Yashere.

A young woman promises herself that tonight will be her last bet, even though she's not an addict, really.

"by Gina Yashere.

A young woman promises herself that tonight will be her last bet, even though she's not an addict, really."

0304Teresa20011115Five monologues.

4: `Teresa' by Cecilia Delatori.

Suffering from a mid-life crisis, Teresa has finished with her boyfriend.

Now she wants him back.

Performed by the author.

"Five monologues.

4: `Teresa' by Cecilia Delatori.

Suffering from a mInto The Water

"Five monologues.

4: `Teresa' by Cecilia Delatori.

Suffering from a mid-life crisis, Teresa has finished with her boyfriend.

Now she wants him back.

Performed by the author."

0305 LASTShop Till Your Mind Goes Pop20011116y Bobby Baker.

A visit to the supermarket has an unexpected twist.

Performed by the author, directed by Mary Peate

"y Bobby Baker.

A visit to the supermarket has an unexpected twist.

Performed by the author, directed by Mary Peate"

0401Be My Guest20021125by Geraldine Mcnulty.

Caroline describes how she liberates herself from the incessant demands of the B and B she runs single-handedly.

0402He's Leaving His Wife20021126by Jenny Eclair.

The Other Woman waits while her lover tells his family that he is leaving them.

0403The Vocation Of Antonia Bright20021127by Stella Duffy.

Antonia explains her unusual calling in life, cooking lasagne.

"by Stella Duffy.

Antonia explains her unusual calling in life, cooking lasagne."

0404And Cut20021128by Angie Le Mar.

A struggling actress faces up to her career in the dressing room of a TV studio.

0405 LASTFace To Face20021129Series of comic monologues, performed by the author.

5: Face to Face, by Jo Enright.

A makeup artist for a talent show recognises the woman in the chair as her childhood tormentor.

"Series of comic monologues, performed by the author.

5: Face to Face, by Jo Enright.

A makeup artist for a talent show recognises the woman in the chair as her childhood tormentor."

0501The Expedition2004071420051228written and performed by Dylan Moran.

A man decides that he and his wife need a bit of distance and undertakes an arduous Arctic expedition with his brother-in-law.

0502Mr Williams2004072120060104Written and performed by Curtis Walker

An irascible pensioner wiles away an afternoon at his Old People's home, wondering why his family don't seem to visit much.

"Written and performed by Curtis Walker

An irascible pensioner wiles away an afternoon at his Old People's home, wondering why his family don't seem to visit much."

0503Pea Green Boat2004072820060111Written and performed by Stewart Lee

The Owl from Edward Lear's "The Owl and the Pussycat" paints a considerably less jolly picture of events at sea than depicted in the poem.

"Written and performed by Stewart Lee

The Owl from Edward Lear's ""The Owl and the Pussycat"" paints a considerably less jolly picture of events at sea than depicted in the poem.

Character monologues by top UK comics.

3/4. Pea Green Boat

Written and performed by Stewart Lee

The Owl from Edward Lear's ""The Owl and the Pussycat"" paints a considerably less jolly picture of events at sea than depicted in the poem.

The Owl from Edward Lear's ""The Owl and the Pussycat"" paints a considerably less jolly picture of events at sea than depicted in the poem."

0504 LASTTonight In The Twilight Lounge20040804written and performed by Mark Maier.

Assistant cruise director Hans Gruber is close to breaking point.

"written and performed by Mark Maier.

Character monologues by top comics. 4/4. Tonight in the Twilight Lounge, written and performed by Mark Maier. Assistant cruise director Hans Gruber is close to breaking point."

0601Guilty20061016Written and performed by Julia Morris.

How do you sell your flat, when you have neighbours from Hell?

"Written and performed by Julia Morris.

How do you sell your flat, when you have neighbours from Hell?

A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

1/5. Guilty

Written and performed by Julia Morris.

How do you sell your flat, when you have neighbours from Hell?"

"Written and performed by Julia Morris.

How do you sell your flat, when you have neighbours from Hell?"

0602The Hills Are Alive20061017Written by Miranda Hart and Alice Hart and performed by Miranda Hart.

Imprisoned in a bedroom, you can only dream of going on a Sound of Music Coach Tour.

"Written by Miranda Hart and Alice Hart and performed by Miranda Hart.

Imprisoned in a bedroom, you can only dream of going on a Sound of Music Coach Tour.

A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

2/5. The Hills are Alive

Written by Miranda Hart and Alice Hart and performed by Miranda Hart.

Imprisoned in a bedroom, you can only dream of going on a Sound of Music Coach Tour."

"Written by Miranda Hart and Alice Hart and performed by Miranda Hart.

Imprisoned in a bedroom, you can only dream of going on a Sound of Music Coach Tour."

0603Female Of The Species20061018Written and performed by Pauline Mclynn.

A zoo could be a good place for mating.

A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

3/5. Female of the Species

Written and performed by Pauline McLynn.

A zoo could be a good place for mating.

Written and performed by Pauline Mclynn.

A zoo could be a good place for mating.

0604A Smile For Colin20061019Written and performed by Laura Solon.

It is a mistake for a man to give more attention to his fish than his wife.

A series of character monologues by top comediennes.

4/5. A Smile for Colin

Written and performed by Laura Solon.

It is a mistake for a man to give more attention to his fish than his wife.

Written and performed by Laura Solon.

It is a mistake for a man to give more attention to his fish than his wife.

0605 LASTLibrary Lady20061020Written and performed by Joanna Neary.

A tragi-comic tale of too much love to give.

Five character monologues by top comediennes.

5/5. Library Lady

Written and performed by Joanna Neary.

A tragi-comic tale of too much love to give.

Written and performed by Joanna Neary.

A tragi-comic tale of too much love to give.