Kalangadog Junction

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Dr Thomas and Mrs Jane Barrett leave the comfy security of 1950s Manchester and head down-under to a town so remote it's not even on the map - Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

Six-part comedy drama series by Moya O'Shea.

Starring Caroline Quentin as Jane, John Duttine as Thomas, Niall Ashdown as Jimmy, Toby Longworth as Pete, Brian Bowles as Len, Joanna Monro as Madge, Julie Gibbs as Milly and June Whitfield as Phoebe.

Producer: Liz Anstee

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1996.

Dr Thomas and Mrs Jane Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for the remote Kalangadog Junction.

Dr Thomas and Mrs Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

Dr Thomas and Mrs Jane Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for the remote Kalangadog Junction.

Dr Thomas and Mrs Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

Dr Thomas and Mrs Jane Barrett leave the comfy security of 1950s Manchester and head down-under to a town so remote it's not even on the map - Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

Six-part comedy drama series by Moya O'Shea.

Starring Caroline Quentin as Jane, John Duttine as Thomas, Niall Ashdown as Jimmy, Toby Longworth as Pete, Brian Bowles as Len, Joanna Monro as Madge, Julie Gibbs as Milly and June Whitfield as Phoebe.

Producer: Liz Anstee

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1996.

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After arriving from 1950s Manchester, Dr Thomas and Jane Barrett are finally making headway in the remote town of Kalangadog Junction.

But his appointment as judge of the Beautiful Baby Contest risks offending his new Aussie neighbours.

Six-part comedy drama series by Moya O'Shea.

Starring Caroline Quentin as Jane, John Duttine as Thomas, Niall Ashdown as Jimmy, Toby Longworth as Pete, Brian Bowles as Len, Joanna Monro as Madge, Julie Gibbs as Milly, June Whitfield as Phoebe and Moya O'Shea as Gaylene.

Producer: Liz Anstee

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1996.

Dr Barrett judges a beautiful baby show and risks offending her new Aussie neighbours.

Dr Thomas and Mrs Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

Dr Barrett judges a beautiful baby show and risks offending her new Aussie neighbours.

Dr Thomas and Mrs Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

After arriving from 1950s Manchester, Dr Thomas and Jane Barrett are finally making headway in the remote town of Kalangadog Junction.

But his appointment as judge of the Beautiful Baby Contest risks offending his new Aussie neighbours.

Six-part comedy drama series by Moya O'Shea.

Starring Caroline Quentin as Jane, John Duttine as Thomas, Niall Ashdown as Jimmy, Toby Longworth as Pete, Brian Bowles as Len, Joanna Monro as Madge, Julie Gibbs as Milly, June Whitfield as Phoebe and Moya O'Shea as Gaylene.

Producer: Liz Anstee

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1996.

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1956: It's a big week in the junction as everyone prepares to go to the movies, and the Australian town witnesses a version of On the Waterfront unlike any other...

Six-part comedy drama series by Moya O'Shea.

Starring Caroline Quentin as Jane, John Duttine as Thomas, Niall Ashdown as Jimmy, Toby Longworth as Pete, Brian Bowles as Len, Joanna Monro as Madge, Julie Gibbs as Milly, June Whitfield as Phoebe and Moya O'Shea as Gaylene.

Producer: Liz Anstee

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1996.

As Dr Barrett's practice suffers, the Aussie town prepares to go to the 'pictures'.

Dr Thomas and Mrs Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

As Dr Barrett's practice suffers, the Aussie town prepares to go to the 'pictures'.

Dr Thomas and Mrs Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

1956: It's a big week in the junction as everyone prepares to go to the movies, and the Australian town witnesses a version of On the Waterfront unlike any other...

Six-part comedy drama series by Moya O'Shea.

Starring Caroline Quentin as Jane, John Duttine as Thomas, Niall Ashdown as Jimmy, Toby Longworth as Pete, Brian Bowles as Len, Joanna Monro as Madge, Julie Gibbs as Milly, June Whitfield as Phoebe and Moya O'Shea as Gaylene.

Producer: Liz Anstee

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1996.

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Len takes over Gaelene's Olympic training schedule - a recipe for trouble with Madge. Meanwhile, Thomas and Jane endeavour to find some time for romance.

Six-part comedy drama series by Moya O'Shea.

Starring Caroline Quentin as Jane, John Duttine as Thomas, Niall Ashdown as Jimmy, Toby Longworth as Pete, Brian Bowles as Len, Joanna Monro as Madge, Julie Gibbs as Milly, June Whitfield as Phoebe and Moya O'Shea as Gaylene.

Producer: Liz Anstee

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1996.

As Len interferes in Gaelene's running plans, can Thomas and Jane find time for romance?

Dr Thomas and Mrs Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

As Len interferes in Gaelene's running plans, can Thomas and Jane find time for romance?

Dr Thomas and Mrs Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

Len takes over Gaelene's Olympic training schedule - a recipe for trouble with Madge. Meanwhile, Thomas and Jane endeavour to find some time for romance.

Six-part comedy drama series by Moya O'Shea.

Starring Caroline Quentin as Jane, John Duttine as Thomas, Niall Ashdown as Jimmy, Toby Longworth as Pete, Brian Bowles as Len, Joanna Monro as Madge, Julie Gibbs as Milly, June Whitfield as Phoebe and Moya O'Shea as Gaylene.

Producer: Liz Anstee

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1996.

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Jane is in turmoil when her mum and ex-fiance reappear. But that's nothing compared to what's in store for Gaelene at her farewell barbecue.

Six-part comedy drama series by Moya O'Shea.

Starring Caroline Quentin as Jane, John Duttine as Thomas, Niall Ashdown as Jimmy, Toby Longworth as Pete, Brian Bowles as Len, Joanna Monro as Madge, Julie Gibbs as Milly, June Whitfield as Phoebe and Moya O'Shea as Gaylene.

Producer: Liz Anstee

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1996.

As Gaelene's farewell barbecue is prepared, Jane must cope with her unexpected guests.

Dr Thomas and Mrs Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

As Gaelene's farewell barbecue is prepared, Jane must cope with her unexpected guests.

Dr Thomas and Mrs Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

Jane is in turmoil when her mum and ex-fiance reappear. But that's nothing compared to what's in store for Gaelene at her farewell barbecue.

Six-part comedy drama series by Moya O'Shea.

Starring Caroline Quentin as Jane, John Duttine as Thomas, Niall Ashdown as Jimmy, Toby Longworth as Pete, Brian Bowles as Len, Joanna Monro as Madge, Julie Gibbs as Milly, June Whitfield as Phoebe and Moya O'Shea as Gaylene.

Producer: Liz Anstee

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1996.

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Will Jane be able to refuse a new proposal? Will Gaelene's gold medal dreams come true?

Conclusion of the six-part comedy drama series by Moya O'Shea.

Starring Caroline Quentin as Jane, John Duttine as Thomas, Niall Ashdown as Jimmy, Toby Longworth as Pete, Brian Bowles as Len, Joanna Monro as Madge, Julie Gibbs as Milly, June Whitfield as Phoebe and Moya O'Shea as Gaylene.

Producer: Liz Anstee

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1996.

Dr Thomas and Mrs Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

Will Jane be able to refuse a new proposal? Will Gaelene's gold medal dreams come true?

Dr Thomas and Mrs Barrett leave 1950s Manchester for Kalangadog Junction in Australia.

Conclusion of the six-part comedy drama series by Moya O'Shea.

Starring Caroline Quentin as Jane, John Duttine as Thomas, Niall Ashdown as Jimmy, Toby Longworth as Pete, Brian Bowles as Len, Joanna Monro as Madge, Julie Gibbs as Milly, June Whitfield as Phoebe and Moya O'Shea as Gaylene.

Producer: Liz Anstee

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1996.

Will Jane be able to refuse a new proposal? Will Gaelene's gold medal dreams come true?

Producer: Liz Anstee

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1996.