The Secret Life Of Rosewood Avenue

The Reverend Timothy Carswell discovers that his apparently respectable new parish is a hotbed of murder, passion and geriatric prostitution.

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The Reverend's houseguest outstays his welcome, and two teenage tearaways terrorise the residents of Rosewood Avenue. From 1991. Episode 2 of 6.

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The Reverend's houseguest outstays his welcome, and two teenage tearaways terrorise the residents of Rosewood Avenue. From 1991. Episode 2 of 6.

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A six-part comedy series written by Stephen Sheridan , a previous winner of a Radio Times Comedy Award. 1: MovingIn

'What's Rosewood

Avenue like? Very quiet. Very sedate. Very residential. Just the sort of place you'd feel at home in...' Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo

â—? The 1991 Radio Times

Comedy Awards will be launched in the issue dated 6-12 April

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan

Producer: Lissa Evans.

Rev Timothy Carswell: James Grout

Miss Tilling: Margaret Courtenay

Miss Tapp: Jean Heywood

Dr Warlock: Christopher Good

Mrs Muir: Sarah Thomas

Mrs Knatchbull: Maxine Audley

Cudlipp: Fraser Kerr

Mugger: Auriol Smith

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The first of a six-part comedy series written by Stephen Sheridan. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

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A six-part comedy written by Stephen Sheridan.

2: Entertaining Edwin

' "Whenever you're passing, look me up" you said. "No need to let me know, stay as long as you like..." '

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

Rev Timothy Carswell: James Grout

Edwin: Robert Lang

Miss Tilling: Margaret Courtney

Miss Tapp: Jean Heywood

Mrs Knatchbull: Maxine Audley

Mrs Muir: Sarah Thomas

Jeremy: Christian Robinson

David: Tobias Best

Mr Rainbird: David Bannerman

Constable: Ian Lindsay

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The second of a six-part comedy written by Stephen Sheridan. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

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A six-part comedy series written by Stephen Sheridan.

3: Raising the Dead

'I hope you know what you're doing, Miss Tilling. Experimenting with the paranormal can be fraught with danger.'

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

Rev Timothy Carswell: James Grout

Miss Tilling: Margaret Courtney

Miss Tapp: Jean Heywood

Mrs Garland: Rosemary Martin

Arnold: Cyril Shaps

Mrs Muir: Sarah Thomas

Dr Warlock: Christopher Good

Eric: Ian Lindsay

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The third of a six-part comedy written by Stephen Sheridan. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

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A six-part comedy series written by Stephen Sheridan.

4: Miss Willow and the One-Eyed Gentleman 'I'm afraid you're too trusting for your own good, Miss Willow.

Believe me, appearances can be very deceptive

Producer Lissa Evans Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

Producer: Lissa Evans

Miss Willow: Patricia Hayes

Miss Tilling: Margaret Courtenay

Miss Tapp: Jean Heywood

Captain Von Thai: Donald Pickering

Hilary: Jacqueline Tong

Keith: Brian Bowles

Mania: Sarah Souster

Guy: James Simmons

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A six-part comedy written by Stephen Sheridan. 5: Mrs Garland 's

Good Deeds

'The over-70s keep-fit club has got completely out of hand, Mr Critchley. Can't you see how cruel it is expecting pensioners to vault over a horse?'

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

Written By: Mrs Garland

Unknown: Mr Critchley.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

Rev Timothy Carswell: James Grout

Miss Tilling: Margaret Courtenay

Miss Tapp: Jean Heywood

Mrs Garland: Rosemary Martin

Simon Garland: Daniel Strauss

Critchley: Fraser Kerr

Dr Warlock: Christopher Good

Miss Shaw: Auriol Smith

Mr Vaughan: Michael Turner

Mr Shaw: Ronald Herdman

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The final episode of Stephen Sheridan 's six-part comedy.

The Resurrection of Reverend Carswell

'I have something that the Reverend Hornblower will never enjoy; the love and respect of my congregation.'

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Sheridan

Producer: Lissa Evans.

Rev Timothy Carswell: James Grout

Miss Tilling: : Margaret Courtenay

Miss Tapp: Jean Heywood

Rev Hornblower: Garrick Hagon

Mrs Muir: Elizabeth Mansfield

Mr Widlake: Brian Miller

Mrs Widlake: Bernadine Corrigan

Dr Warlock: Christopher Good

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The final episode of Stephen Sheridan 's six-part comedy.

The Resurrection of Reverend Carswell Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Sheridan

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A hapless vicar discovers that life behind suburbia's net curtains is not what he expected

Comedy series about a hapless vicar who discovers dark secrets about his parish

'What's Rosewood Avenue like? Very quiet. Very sedate. Very residential. Just the sort of place you'd feel at home in...'

A hapless vicar discovers life behind suburbia's net curtains isn't what he expected.

Stephen Sheridan's six-part series stars James Grout as the Reverend Timothy Carswell, Margaret Courtenay as Miss Tilling, Jean Heywood as Miss Tapp and Christopher Good as Dr Warlock.
Producer: Lissa Evans.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1991.

A hapless vicar discovers that life behind suburbia's net curtains isn't what he expected.

A hapless vicar discovers that life behind suburbia's net curtains is not what he expected. Stars James Grout.

A hapless vicar discovers that life behind suburbia's net curtains isn't what he expected.

Stars James Grout.

A vicar discovers that life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected.

A hapless vicar discovers that life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected.

The hapless Rev Timothy Carswell discovers that life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected.

A hapless vicar discovers that life behind suburbia's net curtains is not what he expected. Stars James Grout. From February 1991.

Moving In: A hapless vicar discovers that life behind suburbia's net curtains is not what he expected. Stars James Grout. From February 1991.

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'What's Rosewood Avenue like? Very quiet. Very sedate. Very residential. Just the sort of place you'd feel at home in...'

A hapless vicar discovers life behind suburbia's net curtains isn't what he expected.

Stephen Sheridan's six-part series stars James Grout as the Reverend Timothy Carswell, Margaret Courtenay as Miss Tilling, Jean Heywood as Miss Tapp and Christopher Good as Dr Warlock.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1991.

A six-part comedy series written by Stephen Sheridan , a previous winner of a Radio Times Comedy Award. 1: MovingIn

'What's Rosewood

Avenue like? Very quiet. Very sedate. Very residential. Just the sort of place you'd feel at home in...' Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo

â—? The 1991 Radio Times

Comedy Awards will be launched in the issue dated 6-12 April

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan

Rev Timothy Carswell: James Grout

Miss Tilling: Margaret Courtenay

Miss Tapp: Jean Heywood

Dr Warlock: Christopher Good

Mrs Muir: Sarah Thomas

Mrs Knatchbull: Maxine Audley

Cudlipp: Fraser Kerr

Mugger: Auriol Smith

The first of a six-part comedy series written by Stephen Sheridan. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

The hapless Rev Timothy Carswell discovers that life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected. From 1991. Episode 1 of 6.

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A school chum visits hapless vicar Timothy, while teenage tearaways terrorise residents.

Comedy series about a hapless vicar who discovers dark secrets about his parish

"Whenever you're passing , look me up" you said. "No need to let me know, stay as long as you like..."

An old school chum visits hapless vicar Timothy Carswell, while two teenage tearaways terrorise residents.

Stephen Sheridan's six-part series stars James Grout as the Reverend Timothy Carswell, Margaret Courtenay as Miss Tilling, Jean Heywood as Miss Tapp and Christopher Good as Dr Warlock.
Producer: Lissa Evans.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1991.

A school chum visits hapless vicar Timothy, while teenage tearaways terrorise residents. Stars James Grout. From March 1991.

Stars James Grout.

From March 1991.

An old school chum visits hapless vicar Timothy Carswell and two teenage tearaways terrorise residents.

An old school chum visits the hapless vicar and two teenage tearaways terrorise residents.

Hapless vicar Reverend Timothy Carswell discovers that life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected.

The Reverend's houseguest outstays his welcome, and two teenage tearaways terrorise the residents of Rosewood Avenue.

An old school chum visits hapless vicar Timothy Carswell, while two teenage tearaways terrorise residents. Stars James Grout. From March 1991.

An old school chum visits hapless vicar Timothy, while two teenage tearaways terrorise residents. Stars James Grout. From March 1991.

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"Whenever you're passing , look me up" you said. "No need to let me know, stay as long as you like..."

An old school chum visits hapless vicar Timothy Carswell, while two teenage tearaways terrorise residents.

Stephen Sheridan's six-part series stars James Grout as the Reverend Timothy Carswell, Margaret Courtenay as Miss Tilling, Jean Heywood as Miss Tapp and Christopher Good as Dr Warlock.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1991.

A six-part comedy written by Stephen Sheridan.

2: Entertaining Edwin

' "Whenever you're passing, look me up" you said. "No need to let me know, stay as long as you like..." '

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

Rev Timothy Carswell: James Grout

Edwin: Robert Lang

Miss Tilling: Margaret Courtney

Miss Tapp: Jean Heywood

Mrs Knatchbull: Maxine Audley

Mrs Muir: Sarah Thomas

Jeremy: Christian Robinson

David: Tobias Best

Mr Rainbird: David Bannerman

Constable: Ian Lindsay

The second of a six-part comedy written by Stephen Sheridan. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

Hapless vicar Reverend Timothy Carswell discovers that life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected. Episode 2 of 6.

Hapless vicar Reverend Timothy Carswell discovers that life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected. Episode 2 of 6.

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Miss Tilling is getting in touch with her spiritual side, but vicar Timothy is not so keen

Comedy series about a hapless vicar who discovers dark secrets about his parish

"I hope you know what you're doing, Miss Tilling. Experimenting with the paranormal can be fraught with danger."

Miss Tilling's getting in touch with her spiritual side, but hapless vicar Timothy Carswell is not so keen.

Stephen Sheridan's six-part series stars James Grout as the Reverend Timothy Carswell, Margaret Courtenay as Miss Tilling, Jean Heywood as Miss Tapp and Christopher Good as Dr Warlock.
Producer: Lissa Evans.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1991.

Miss Tilling's getting in touch with her spiritual side, but vicar Timothy is not so keen.

Miss Tilling's getting in touch with her spiritual side, but vicar Timothy is not so keen. Stars James Grout. From March 1991.

Miss Tilling is getting in touch with her spiritual side, but not quite in the way vicar Timothy would like.

Miss Tilling is getting in touch with her spiritual side, but not how Timothy would like.

Miss Tilling continues to experiment with the paranormal and housekeeper Mrs Muir has a nasty accident.

Miss Tilling is getting in touch with her spiritual side, but vicar Timothy is not so keen. Stars James Grout. From March 1991.

"I hope you know what you're doing, Miss Tilling. Experimenting with the paranormal can be fraught with danger."

Miss Tilling's getting in touch with her spiritual side, but hapless vicar Timothy Carswell is not so keen.

Stephen Sheridan's six-part series stars James Grout as the Reverend Timothy Carswell, Margaret Courtenay as Miss Tilling, Jean Heywood as Miss Tapp and Christopher Good as Dr Warlock.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1991.

A six-part comedy series written by Stephen Sheridan.

3: Raising the Dead

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

Rev Timothy Carswell: James Grout

Miss Tilling: Margaret Courtney

Miss Tapp: Jean Heywood

Mrs Garland: Rosemary Martin

Arnold: Cyril Shaps

Mrs Muir: Sarah Thomas

Dr Warlock: Christopher Good

Eric: Ian Lindsay

The third of a six-part comedy written by Stephen Sheridan. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

Miss Tilling continues to experiment with the paranormal, and Mrs Muir the housekeeper has a nasty accident. From 1991. Episode 3 of 6.

Miss Tilling continues to experiment with the paranormal and housekeeper Mrs Muir has a nasty accident. From 1991. Episode 3 of 6.

Hapless vicar Reverend Timothy Carswell discovers that life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected. Episode 3 of 6.

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Hapless vicar Timothy Carswell visits some of the more sinister members of his flock.

Comedy series about a hapless vicar who discovers dark secrets about his parish

"I'm afraid you're too trusting for your own good, Miss Willow. Believe me, appearances can be very deceptive..."

Hapless vicar Timothy Carswell visits some of the more sinister members of his flock.

Stephen Sheridan's six-part series stars James Grout as the Reverend Timothy Carswell, Margaret Courtenay as Miss Tilling, Jean Heywood as Miss Tapp, Jacqueline Tong as Hilary and Patricia Hayes as Miss Willow.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1991.

Hapless vicar Timothy Carswell visits some of the more sinister members of his flock. Stars James Grout. From March 1991.

Stars James Grout.

From March 1991.

Vicar Timothy Carswell pays a visit to some of the more sinister members of his flock.

Hapless vicar Timothy Carswell pays a visit to some of the more sinister members of his flock.

Reverend Timothy Carswell finds life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected.

Rev Timothy Carswell finds life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected.

Reverend Timothy Carswell, a hapless vicar, discovers that life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected.

"I'm afraid you're too trusting for your own good, Miss Willow. Believe me, appearances can be very deceptive..."

Stephen Sheridan's six-part series stars James Grout as the Reverend Timothy Carswell, Margaret Courtenay as Miss Tilling, Jean Heywood as Miss Tapp, Jacqueline Tong as Hilary and Patricia Hayes as Miss Willow.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1991.

A six-part comedy series written by Stephen Sheridan.

4: Miss Willow and the One-Eyed Gentleman 'I'm afraid you're too trusting for your own good, Miss Willow.

Believe me, appearances can be very deceptive

Producer Lissa Evans Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

Miss Willow: Patricia Hayes

Miss Tilling: Margaret Courtenay

Miss Tapp: Jean Heywood

Captain Von Thai: Donald Pickering

Hilary: Jacqueline Tong

Keith: Brian Bowles

Mania: Sarah Souster

Guy: James Simmons

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Reverend Timothy Carswell finds life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected. Episode 4 of 6.

Rev Timothy Carswell finds life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected. Episode 4 of 6.

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Hapless vicar Timothy Carswell steps in when the over-70s keep fit club gets out of hand.

Comedy series about a hapless vicar who discovers dark secrets about his parish

"The over 70's keep fit club has got completely out of hand, Mr Critchley. Can't you see how cruel it is expecting pensioners to vault over a horse?"

More crazy happenings for hapless vicar Timothy Carswell.

Stephen Sheridan's six-part series stars James Grout as the Reverend Timothy Carswell, Margaret Courtenay as Miss Tilling, Jean Heywood as Miss Tapp, Jacqueline Tong as Hilary and Patricia Hayes as Miss Willow.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1991.

Hapless vicar Timothy Carswell steps in when the over 70s keep-fit club gets out of hand. Stars James Grout. From March 1991.

Stars James Grout.

From March 1991.

Timothy Carswell steps in, when the running of the over 70s keep-fit club gets out of hand

Hapless vicar Timothy Carswell steps in, when the running of the over 70s keep-fit club gets out of hand.

The over 70s keep fit club gets rather out of hand.

"The over 70's keep fit club has got completely out of hand, Mr Critchley. Can't you see how cruel it is expecting pensioners to vault over a horse?"

More crazy happenings for hapless vicar Timothy Carswell.

Stephen Sheridan's six-part series stars James Grout as the Reverend Timothy Carswell, Margaret Courtenay as Miss Tilling, Jean Heywood as Miss Tapp, Jacqueline Tong as Hilary and Patricia Hayes as Miss Willow.

Producer: Lissa Evans.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1991.

A six-part comedy written by Stephen Sheridan. 5: Mrs Garland 's

Good Deeds

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Sheridan.

Written By: Mrs Garland

Unknown: Mr Critchley.

Rev Timothy Carswell: James Grout

Miss Tilling: Margaret Courtenay

Miss Tapp: Jean Heywood

Mrs Garland: Rosemary Martin

Simon Garland: Daniel Strauss

Critchley: Fraser Kerr

Dr Warlock: Christopher Good

Miss Shaw: Auriol Smith

Mr Vaughan: Michael Turner

Mr Shaw: Ronald Herdman

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The over 70s keep fit club gets rather out of hand. Starring James Grout and Rosemary Martin. Episode 5 of 6.

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Shocks galore for the hapless vicar, with his congregation stolen and his shock new title.

Comedy series about a hapless vicar who discovers dark secrets about his parish

Shocks galore for the hapless vicar, with his congregation stolen and his shock new title.

Comedy series about a hapless vicar who discovers dark secrets about his parish

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Shocks galore for the hapless vicar, with his congregation stolen - and his new title.

Shocks galore for the hapless vicar, with his congregation stolen - and his shock new title. Stars James Grout. From April 1991.

Shocks galore for the hapless vicar, with his congregation stolen - and his shock new title.

Shocks galore for the hapless vicar, with his congregation stolen - and his shock new title! Stars James Grout.

Shocks are in store for the vicar - his congregation is stolen and he's given a new title.

Shocks are in store for the hapless vicar - his congregation is stolen and he's bestowed a new title.

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The final episode of Stephen Sheridan 's six-part comedy.

The Resurrection of Reverend Carswell

'I have something that the Reverend Hornblower will never enjoy; the love and respect of my congregation.'

Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Sheridan

Producer: Lissa Evans.

Rev Timothy Carswell: James Grout

Miss Tilling: : Margaret Courtenay

Miss Tapp: Jean Heywood

Rev Hornblower: Garrick Hagon

Mrs Muir: Elizabeth Mansfield

Mr Widlake: Brian Miller

Mrs Widlake: Bernadine Corrigan

Dr Warlock: Christopher Good

The Resurrection of Reverend Carswell Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Sheridan

Shocks galore for the hapless vicar, Timothy Carswell with a disappearing congregation - and shock new title.

Stephen Sheridan's six-part series stars James Grout as the Reverend Timothy Carswell, Margaret Courtenay as Miss Tilling, Jean Heywood as Miss Tapp, Garrick Hagon as the Reverend Hornblower and Elizabeth Mansfield as Mrs Muir.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1991.

James Grout stars as a hapless vicar who discovers that life behind the net curtains of suburbia is not what he expected. Episode 6 of 6.

For James Grout's hapless vicar, suburbia is not what he expected. Episode 6 of 6.