Seekers

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19700727]For Sweetie and Bundles by ARCHIE HILL

The first of five morning plays about loneliness

I shouldn'have come, I could have stayed at home and got a doctor's note; they wouldn'have known; they might have forgotten about it..

Produced by MICHAEL HEFFERNAN (Harold Kasket is in ' 1776 ' at the New Theatre, London)

Contributors

Produced By: Michael Heffernan

Annie: Nora Nicholson

Landlord: Harold Kasket

Detective: Brian Hewlett

Solicitor: John Gabriel

Magistrate: James Thomason

Court official: Alan Barry

"For Sweetie and Bundles by ARCHIE HILL

The first of five morning plays about loneliness

I shouldn'have come, I could have stayed at home and got a doctor's note; they wouldn'have known; they might have forgotten about it..

Produced by MICHAEL HEFFERNAN (Harold Kasket is in ' 1776 ' at the New Theatre, London)

Contributors

Produced By: Michael Heffernan

Annie: Nora Nicholson

Landlord: Harold Kasket

Detective: Brian Hewlett

Solicitor: John Gabriel

Magistrate: James Thomason

Court official: Alan Barry

"For Sweetie and Bundles by ARCHIE HILL

The first of five morning plays about loneliness

I shouldn'have come, I could have stayed at home and got a doctor's note; they wouldn'have known; they might have forgotten about it..

Produced by MICHAEL HEFFERNAN (Harold Kasket is in ' 1776 ' at the New Theatre, London)

Contributors

Produced By: Michael Heffernan

Annie: Nora Nicholson

Landlord: Harold Kasket

Detective: Brian Hewlett

Solicitor: John Gabriel

Magistrate: James Thomason

Court official: Alan Barry"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700729]Two's Company by JILL BROOKE

Third of five morning plays about loneliness

Two suburban housewives, Mavis and Rose, find they have much in common. Prunella Scales as Rose Pat Coombs as Mavis GRAHAM ASHLEY as James

Produced by GLYN DEARMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Prunella Scales

Unknown: Rose Pat Coombs

Unknown: Mavis Graham Ashley

Produced By: Glyn Dearman

"Two's Company by JILL BROOKE

Third of five morning plays about loneliness

Two suburban housewives, Mavis and Rose, find they have much in common. Prunella Scales as Rose Pat Coombs as Mavis GRAHAM ASHLEY as James

Produced by GLYN DEARMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Prunella Scales

Unknown: Rose Pat Coombs

Unknown: Mavis Graham Ashley

Produced By: Glyn Dearman

"Two's Company by JILL BROOKE

Third of five morning plays about loneliness

Two suburban housewives, Mavis and Rose, find they have much in common. Prunella Scales as Rose Pat Coombs as Mavis GRAHAM ASHLEY as James

Produced by GLYN DEARMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Prunella Scales

Unknown: Rose Pat Coombs

Unknown: Mavis Graham Ashley

Produced By: Glyn Dearman"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700730]Table for Two and Three Chairs by GEOFFREY AND ROSEMARY BELLMAN The fourth of five morning plays about loneliness

' I want... Caroline. If you are prepared to let me have her. I'll sign... Without her, no deal.'

Produced by RAY MILES

Contributors

Unknown: Rosemary Bellman

Produced By: Ray Miles

Peter: Martin Jarvis

Caroline: Yvonne Antrobus

Dino: Sean Arnold

Packer: Edward Bishop

Sue: Audrey Murray

"Table for Two and Three Chairs by GEOFFREY AND ROSEMARY BELLMAN The fourth of five morning plays about loneliness

' I want... Caroline. If you are prepared to let me have her. I'll sign... Without her, no deal.'

Produced by RAY MILES

Contributors

Unknown: Rosemary Bellman

Produced By: Ray Miles

Peter: Martin Jarvis

Caroline: Yvonne Antrobus

Dino: Sean Arnold

Packer: Edward Bishop

Sue: Audrey Murray

"Table for Two and Three Chairs by GEOFFREY AND ROSEMARY BELLMAN The fourth of five morning plays about loneliness

' I want... Caroline. If you are prepared to let me have her. I'll sign... Without her, no deal.'

Produced by RAY MILES

Contributors

Unknown: Rosemary Bellman

Produced By: Ray Miles

Peter: Martin Jarvis

Caroline: Yvonne Antrobus

Dino: Sean Arnold

Packer: Edward Bishop

Sue: Audrey Murray"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700731]You see the thing is this by KEN CAMPBELL

The last in a series of five plays about loneliness

Veronica and Harry were mad about tennis, but Walter couldn'stand it. Why was he determined to play in the Mixed Doubles on Saturday....?

Produced by CHRISTOPHER VENNING

12.0 Announcements

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Campbell

Produced By: Christopher Venning

Walter: David Valla

Veronica: Alexa Romanes

Harry: Nigel Lambert

"You see the thing is this by KEN CAMPBELL

The last in a series of five plays about loneliness

Veronica and Harry were mad about tennis, but Walter couldn'stand it. Why was he determined to play in the Mixed Doubles on Saturday....?

Produced by CHRISTOPHER VENNING

12.0 Announcements

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Campbell

Produced By: Christopher Venning

Walter: David Valla

Veronica: Alexa Romanes

Harry: Nigel Lambert

"You see the thing is this by KEN CAMPBELL

The last in a series of five plays about loneliness

Veronica and Harry were mad about tennis, but Walter couldn'stand it. Why was he determined to play in the Mixed Doubles on Saturday....?

Produced by CHRISTOPHER VENNING

12.0 Announcements

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Campbell

Walter: David Valla

Veronica: Alexa Romanes

Harry: Nigel Lambert"

01The New Seeker20131003Stuart (Mathew Horne) an employee of the job centre who is made redundant and is faced with the belittling scenario of returning to the place where he worked to find employment through people he's pretty sure he can do the job better than. He didn't really care about the job very much, but he was happy, well, not happy, he was content to work there, especially because of Senior Job Seeker Advisor, Nicola (Zahra Ahmadi) who he had a one night stand with during half time of the England Vs. Portugal game in 2006 and still holds out for a relationship to blossom even though it's been over seven years and she has shown no sign of wanting to.

Now stuck on the other side of the desk with the unemployed, Stuart is reunited with Joe (Daniel Mays) and Terry (Tony Way) two old school friends that Stuart outgrew eons ago.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Episode One: The New Seeker

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

"Stuart (Mathew Horne) an employee of the job centre who is made redundant and is faced with the belittling scenario of returning to the place where he worked to find employment through people he's pretty sure he can do the job better than. He didn't really care about the job very much, but he was happy, well, not happy, he was content to work there, especially because of Senior Job Seeker Advisor, Nicola (Zahra Ahmadi) who he had a one night stand with during half time of the England Vs. Portugal game in 2006 and still holds out for a relationship to blossom even though it's been over seven years and she has shown no sign of wanting to.

Now stuck on the other side of the desk with the unemployed, Stuart is reunited with Joe (Daniel Mays) and Terry (Tony Way) two old school friends that Stuart outgrew eons ago.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Episode One: The New Seeker

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell."

"Stuart (Mathew Horne) an employee of the job centre who is made redundant and is faced with the belittling scenario of returning to the place where he worked to find employment through people he's pretty sure he can do the job better than. He didn't really care about the job very much, but he was happy, well, not happy, he was content to work there, especially because of Senior Job Seeker Advisor, Nicola (Zahra Ahmadi) who he had a one night stand with during half time of the England Vs. Portugal game in 2006 and still holds out for a relationship to blossom even though it's been over seven years and she has shown no sign of wanting to.

Now stuck on the other side of the desk with the unemployed, Stuart is reunited with Joe (Daniel Mays) and Terry (Tony Way) two old school friends that Stuart outgrew eons ago.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Episode One: The New Seeker

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell."

02The Diary20131010Comedy set in an Essex Job Centre.

Stuart is concerned that the gift he left Nicola in her desk drawer could be misinterpreted. In fact, it's the worst gift in the history of gifts. Joe, uncharacteristically, offers to help and retrieve the gift (during a diversion created by Gary Probert). Joe only manages to make matters worse - or does he? Stuart could actually be finally getting somewhere with Nicola.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Episode Two: The Diary

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

"Comedy set in an Essex Job Centre.

Stuart is concerned that the gift he left Nicola in her desk drawer could be misinterpreted. In fact, it's the worst gift in the history of gifts. Joe, uncharacteristically, offers to help and retrieve the gift (during a diversion created by Gary Probert). Joe only manages to make matters worse - or does he? Stuart could actually be finally getting somewhere with Nicola.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Episode Two: The Diary

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell."

03That Bloke Keeps Looking At Us20131017There's a bloke sitting at the other end of the Job Centre waiting room. Joe, Terry and Stuart try and work out who he is. He starts giving the three lads, evil looks. Joe becomes adamant that he is a hitman sent by the Food Standards Agency. Terry thinks it might be a bloke from Benefits fraud. Whoever he is they're determined not to be intimidated and return the evil looks.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Episode Three: That Bloke Keeps Looking At Us

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

"There's a bloke sitting at the other end of the Job Centre waiting room. Joe, Terry and Stuart try and work out who he is. He starts giving the three lads, evil looks. Joe becomes adamant that he is a hitman sent by the Food Standards Agency. Terry thinks it might be a bloke from Benefits fraud. Whoever he is they're determined not to be intimidated and return the evil looks.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Episode Three: That Bloke Keeps Looking At Us

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell."

04The Scratchcard20131024Episode 4: The Scratchcard

Comedy set in an Essex Job Centre.

Joe and Terry replace Stuart with new best friend Janice. She's never worked - except as a human guinea pig for pharmaceutical trials and she drinks during the day - she is officially the bestest person they've ever met.

As well as being usurped by Janice, Stuart is usurped by Gary Probert who has unbelievably and appallingly taken over his job at the Job Centre and is working very closely with Nicola.

Episode Four: The Scratchcard

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

"Episode 4: The Scratchcard

Comedy set in an Essex Job Centre.

Joe and Terry replace Stuart with new best friend Janice. She's never worked - except as a human guinea pig for pharmaceutical trials and she drinks during the day - she is officially the bestest person they've ever met.

As well as being usurped by Janice, Stuart is usurped by Gary Probert who has unbelievably and appallingly taken over his job at the Job Centre and is working very closely with Nicola.

Episode Four: The Scratchcard

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell."

05The Baby20131031EPISODE 5: THE BABY

Someone's left a baby under Terry's seat. When the owner doesn't come back, Stuart, Joe and Terry have to look after it. They argue about if they were in Three Men and a Baby, which character they'd be. Obviously, all three of them want to be Tom Selleck.

Stuart has a brainwave and uses the baby to show Nicola how mature and grown up he is, and in a moment of inspiration he claims it's his adopted child. This moment of inspiration turns out to be a moment of stupidity when Stuart is challenged by the incensed mother who returns to find her baby in a papoose strapped to Stuart. She blames the father. Who is the father?

"EPISODE 5: THE BABY

Someone's left a baby under Terry's seat. When the owner doesn't come back, Stuart, Joe and Terry have to look after it. They argue about if they were in Three Men and a Baby, which character they'd be. Obviously, all three of them want to be Tom Selleck.

Stuart has a brainwave and uses the baby to show Nicola how mature and grown up he is, and in a moment of inspiration he claims it's his adopted child. This moment of inspiration turns out to be a moment of stupidity when Stuart is challenged by the incensed mother who returns to find her baby in a papoose strapped to Stuart. She blames the father. Who is the father?"

06 LASTSeek Hard20131107EPISODE 6: SEEK HARD

It's an unusual day in the Job Centre when armed robbers, having been cornered by police after doing a bank job across the road, take everyone hostage. This could be Stuart's chance to prove to Nicola he's a hero. He needs to do something spectacular to compete with her past boyfriend who Joe claims was none other than Christian Bale.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

"EPISODE 6: SEEK HARD

It's an unusual day in the Job Centre when armed robbers, having been cornered by police after doing a bank job across the road, take everyone hostage. This could be Stuart's chance to prove to Nicola he's a hero. He needs to do something spectacular to compete with her past boyfriend who Joe claims was none other than Christian Bale.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell."

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Stuart (Mathew Horne) an employee of the job centre who is made redundant and is faced with the belittling scenario of returning to the place where he worked to find employment through people he's pretty sure he can do the job better than. He didn't really care about the job very much, but he was happy, well, not happy, he was content to work there, especially because of Senior Job Seeker Advisor, Nicola (Zahra Ahmadi) who he had a one night stand with during half time of the England Vs. Portugal game in 2006 and still holds out for a relationship to blossom even though it's been over seven years and she has shown no sign of wanting to.

Now stuck on the other side of the desk with the unemployed, Stuart is reunited with Joe (Daniel Mays) and Terry (Tony Way) two old school friends that Stuart outgrew eons ago.

Episode One: The New Seeker

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Stuart, an employee of the job centre, is made redundant and is faced with the belittling scenario of returning to the place where he worked to find employment through people he's pretty sure he can do the job better than. He didn't really care about the job very much, but he was happy, well, not happy, he was content to work there, especially because of Senior Job Seeker Advisor, Nicola who he had a one night stand with during half time of the England Vs. Portugal game in 2006 and still holds out for a relationship to blossom even though it's been over seven years and she has shown no sign of wanting to.

Now stuck on the other side of the desk with the unemployed, Stuart is reunited with Joe and Terry two old school friends that Stuart outgrew eons ago.

"Stuart is made redundant from his post at the job centre.

Stuart (Mathew Horne) an employee of the job centre who is made redundant and is faced with the belittling scenario of returning to the place where he worked to find employment through people he's pretty sure he can do the job better than. He didn't really care about the job very much, but he was happy, well, not happy, he was content to work there, especially because of Senior Job Seeker Advisor, Nicola (Zahra Ahmadi) who he had a one night stand with during half time of the England Vs. Portugal game in 2006 and still holds out for a relationship to blossom even though it's been over seven years and she has shown no sign of wanting to.

Now stuck on the other side of the desk with the unemployed, Stuart is reunited with Joe (Daniel Mays) and Terry (Tony Way) two old school friends that Stuart outgrew eons ago.

Episode One: The New Seeker

Written by Steven Burge
Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Stuart, an employee of the job centre, is made redundant and is faced with the belittling scenario of returning to the place where he worked to find employment through people he's pretty sure he can do the job better than. He didn't really care about the job very much, but he was happy, well, not happy, he was content to work there, especially because of Senior Job Seeker Advisor, Nicola who he had a one night stand with during half time of the England Vs. Portugal game in 2006 and still holds out for a relationship to blossom even though it's been over seven years and she has shown no sign of wanting to.

Now stuck on the other side of the desk with the unemployed, Stuart is reunited with Joe and Terry two old school friends that Stuart outgrew eons ago."

Stuart (Mathew Horne) an employee of the job centre who is made redundant and is faced with the belittling scenario of returning to the place where he worked to find employment through people he's pretty sure he can do the job better than. He didn't really care about the job very much, but he was happy, well, not happy, he was content to work there, especially because of Senior Job Seeker Advisor, Nicola (Zahra Ahmadi) who he had a one night stand with during half time of the England Vs. Portugal game in 2006 and still holds out for a relationship to blossom even though it's been over seven years and she has shown no sign of wanting to.

Now stuck on the other side of the desk with the unemployed, Stuart is reunited with Joe (Daniel Mays) and Terry (Tony Way) two old school friends that Stuart outgrew eons ago.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Episode One: The New Seeker

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Stuart is made redundant from his post at the job centre.

Mathew Horne and Daniel May star in the Essex job centre comedy by Steven Burge.

Comedy set in an Essex job centre, written by Steven Burge

Stuart (Mathew Horne) an employee of the job centre who is made redundant and is faced with the belittling scenario of returning to the place where he worked to find employment through people he's pretty sure he can do the job better than. He didn't really care about the job very much, but he was happy, well, not happy, he was content to work there, especially because of Senior Job Seeker Advisor, Nicola (Zahra Ahmadi) who he had a one night stand with during half time of the England Vs. Portugal game in 2006 and still holds out for a relationship to blossom even though it's been over seven years and she has shown no sign of wanting to.

Now stuck on the other side of the desk with the unemployed, Stuart is reunited with Joe (Daniel Mays) and Terry (Tony Way) two old school friends that Stuart outgrew eons ago.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Episode One: The New Seeker

Written by Steven Burge
Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Made redundant by an Essex job centre, Stuart must return to his former workplace.

He’s convinced he did a better job than his ex-colleagues who are still there. But he was content to work there, especially because of Senior Job Seeker Advisor, Nicola who he had a one night stand with during half time of the England- Portugal game in 2006. He still holds out for a relationship to blossom even though seven years have gone by.

Now stuck on the other side of the desk with the unemployed, Stuart is reunited with Joe and Terry two old school friends that Stuart outgrew eons ago.

Steven Burge’s comedy about the characters who frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh.

Starring Matthew Horne and Daniel Mays.

Stuart.... Mathew Horne
Joe.... Daniel Mays
Terry.... Tony Way
Nicola.... Zahra Ahmadi
Dave Manager.... Alex Lowe
Mr Dibble.... Alex Lowe
Mr Manford.... Alex Lowe
Mr Everett.... Alex Lowe
Mr Gleason.... Michael Bertenshaw
Mrs Wilcox.... Philippa Stanton
Mrs Rahman.... Bharti Patel
Gary Probert.... Steve Oram

Producer: Katie Tyrrell.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2013.

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Comedy set in an Essex Job Centre.

Stuart is concerned that the gift he left Nicola in her desk drawer could be misinterpreted. In fact, it's the worst gift in the history of gifts. Joe, uncharacteristically, offers to help and retrieve the gift (during a diversion created by Gary Probert). Joe only manages to make matters worse - or does he? Stuart could actually be finally getting somewhere with Nicola.

Episode Two: The Diary

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Stuart is concerned that the gift he left Nicola in her desk drawer could be misinterpreted. In fact, it's the worst gift in the history of gifts. Joe, uncharacteristically, offers to help and retrieve the gift (during a diversion created by Gary Probert). Joe only manages to make matters worse - or does he? Stuart could actually be finally getting somewhere with Nicola.

"Stuart is concerned the gift he left for Nicola in her desk drawer could be misinterpreted

Comedy set in an Essex Job Centre.

Stuart is concerned that the gift he left Nicola in her desk drawer could be misinterpreted. In fact, it's the worst gift in the history of gifts. Joe, uncharacteristically, offers to help and retrieve the gift (during a diversion created by Gary Probert). Joe only manages to make matters worse - or does he? Stuart could actually be finally getting somewhere with Nicola.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.
Episode Two: The Diary

Written by Steven Burge
Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Stuart is concerned that the gift he left Nicola in her desk drawer could be misinterpreted. In fact, it's the worst gift in the history of gifts. Joe, uncharacteristically, offers to help and retrieve the gift (during a diversion created by Gary Probert). Joe only manages to make matters worse - or does he? Stuart could actually be finally getting somewhere with Nicola."

Comedy set in an Essex Job Centre.

Stuart is concerned that the gift he left Nicola in her desk drawer could be misinterpreted. In fact, it's the worst gift in the history of gifts. Joe, uncharacteristically, offers to help and retrieve the gift (during a diversion created by Gary Probert). Joe only manages to make matters worse - or does he? Stuart could actually be finally getting somewhere with Nicola.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Episode Two: The Diary

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Stuart is concerned the gift he left for Nicola in her desk drawer could be misinterpreted

Mathew Horne and Daniel May star in the Essex job centre comedy by Steven Burge.

Comedy set in an Essex job centre, written by Steven Burge

Comedy set in an Essex Job Centre.

Stuart is concerned that the gift he left Nicola in her desk drawer could be misinterpreted. In fact, it's the worst gift in the history of gifts. Joe, uncharacteristically, offers to help and retrieve the gift (during a diversion created by Gary Probert). Joe only manages to make matters worse - or does he? Stuart could actually be finally getting somewhere with Nicola.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.
Episode Two: The Diary

Written by Steven Burge
Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Steven Burge’s comedy about the staff and the clients who frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh.

Starring Matthew Horne and Daniel Mays.

Stuart.... Mathew Horne
Joe.... Daniel Mays
Terry.... Tony Way
Nicola.... Zahra Ahmadi
Mr Rutherford.... Alex Lowe
Mr Knowledge.... Alex Lowe
Gary Probert.... Steve Oram
Mrs Rossiter.... Hannah Wood

Producer: Katie Tyrrell.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2013.

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There's a bloke sitting at the other end of the Job Centre waiting room. Joe, Terry and Stuart try and work out who he is. He starts giving the three lads, evil looks. Joe becomes adamant that he is a hitman sent by the Food Standards Agency. Terry thinks it might be a bloke from Benefits fraud. Whoever he is they're determined not to be intimidated and return the evil looks.

Episode Three: That Bloke Keeps Looking At Us

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

There's a bloke sitting at the other end of the Job Centre waiting room. Joe, Terry and Stuart try and work out who he is. He starts giving the three lads, evil looks. Joe becomes adamant that he is a hitman sent by the Food Standards Agency. Terry thinks it might be a bloke from Benefits fraud. Whoever he is they're determined not to be intimidated and return the evil looks.

"There's a bloke at the other end of the waiting area who starts to unnerve the boys.

There's a bloke sitting at the other end of the Job Centre waiting room. Joe, Terry and Stuart try and work out who he is. He starts giving the three lads, evil looks. Joe becomes adamant that he is a hitman sent by the Food Standards Agency. Terry thinks it might be a bloke from Benefits fraud. Whoever he is they're determined not to be intimidated and return the evil looks.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Episode Three: That Bloke Keeps Looking At Us

Written by Steven Burge
Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

There's a bloke sitting at the other end of the Job Centre waiting room. Joe, Terry and Stuart try and work out who he is. He starts giving the three lads, evil looks. Joe becomes adamant that he is a hitman sent by the Food Standards Agency. Terry thinks it might be a bloke from Benefits fraud. Whoever he is they're determined not to be intimidated and return the evil looks."

There's a bloke sitting at the other end of the Job Centre waiting room. Joe, Terry and Stuart try and work out who he is. He starts giving the three lads, evil looks. Joe becomes adamant that he is a hitman sent by the Food Standards Agency. Terry thinks it might be a bloke from Benefits fraud. Whoever he is they're determined not to be intimidated and return the evil looks.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Episode Three: That Bloke Keeps Looking At Us

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

There's a bloke at the other end of the waiting area who starts to unnerve the boys.

Mathew Horne and Daniel May star in the Essex job centre comedy by Steven Burge.

Comedy set in an Essex job centre, written by Steven Burge

There's a bloke sitting at the other end of the Job Centre waiting room. Joe, Terry and Stuart try and work out who he is. He starts giving the three lads, evil looks. Joe becomes adamant that he is a hitman sent by the Food Standards Agency. Terry thinks it might be a bloke from Benefits fraud. Whoever he is they're determined not to be intimidated and return the evil looks.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Episode Three: That Bloke Keeps Looking At Us

Written by Steven Burge
Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Steven Burge’s comedy about the staff and the clients who frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh.

Starring Matthew Horne and Daniel Mays.

Stuart.... Mathew Horne
Joe.... Daniel Mays
Terry.... Tony Way
Mr Rocastle.... Tony Way
Nicola.... Zahra Ahmadi
Gary Probert.... Steve Oram
Bill Parfitt.... David Seddon
George Dorset.... Alex Lowe
Mandy Dorset.... Bharti Patel
Mr Boland.... Michael Bertenshaw

Producer: Katie Tyrrell.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2013.

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Episode 4: The Scratchcard

Comedy set in an Essex Job Centre.

Joe and Terry replace Stuart with new best friend Janice. She's never worked - except as a human guinea pig for pharmaceutical trials and she drinks during the day - she is officially the bestest person they've ever met.

As well as being usurped by Janice, Stuart is usurped by Gary Probert who has unbelievably and appallingly taken over his job at the Job Centre and is working very closely with Nicola.

Episode Four: The Scratchcard

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

As well as being usurped by Janice, Stuart is usurped by Gary Probert who has unbelievably and appallingly taken over his job at the Job Centre and is working very closely with Nicola.

"Joe and Terry replace Stuart with new best friend Janice.

Episode 4: The Scratchcard

Comedy set in an Essex Job Centre.

Joe and Terry replace Stuart with new best friend Janice. She's never worked - except as a human guinea pig for pharmaceutical trials and she drinks during the day - she is officially the bestest person they've ever met.

As well as being usurped by Janice, Stuart is usurped by Gary Probert who has unbelievably and appallingly taken over his job at the Job Centre and is working very closely with Nicola.

Episode Four: The Scratchcard
Written by Steven Burge
Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

As well as being usurped by Janice, Stuart is usurped by Gary Probert who has unbelievably and appallingly taken over his job at the Job Centre and is working very closely with Nicola."

Episode 4: The Scratchcard

Comedy set in an Essex Job Centre.

Joe and Terry replace Stuart with new best friend Janice. She's never worked - except as a human guinea pig for pharmaceutical trials and she drinks during the day - she is officially the bestest person they've ever met.

As well as being usurped by Janice, Stuart is usurped by Gary Probert who has unbelievably and appallingly taken over his job at the Job Centre and is working very closely with Nicola.

Episode Four: The Scratchcard

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Joe and Terry replace Stuart with new best friend Janice.

Mathew Horne and Daniel May star in the Essex job centre comedy by Steven Burge.

Comedy set in an Essex job centre, written by Steven Burge

Episode 4: The Scratchcard

Comedy set in an Essex Job Centre.

Joe and Terry replace Stuart with new best friend Janice. She's never worked - except as a human guinea pig for pharmaceutical trials and she drinks during the day - she is officially the bestest person they've ever met.

As well as being usurped by Janice, Stuart is usurped by Gary Probert who has unbelievably and appallingly taken over his job at the Job Centre and is working very closely with Nicola.

Episode Four: The Scratchcard
Written by Steven Burge
Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Steven Burge’s comedy about the staff and the clients who frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh.

Starring Matthew Horne and Daniel Mays.

Stuart.... Mathew Horne
Joe.... Daniel Mays
Terry.... Tony Way
Mr Dancer.... Tony Way
Nicola.... Zahra Ahmadi
Janice.... Sally Grace
Gary Probert.... Steve Oram
Dave Manager.... Alex Lowe
Kevin Rush.... Alex Lowe
Teresa Glock.... Bharti Patel
Mr Bishop.... David Seddon

Producer: Katie Tyrrell

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2013.

0105The Baby2013103120160413 (BBC7)
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EPISODE 5: THE BABY

Someone's left a baby under Terry's seat. When the owner doesn't come back, Stuart, Joe and Terry have to look after it. They argue about if they were in Three Men and a Baby, which character they'd be. Obviously, all three of them want to be Tom Selleck.

Stuart has a brainwave and uses the baby to show Nicola how mature and grown up he is, and in a moment of inspiration he claims it's his adopted child. This moment of inspiration turns out to be a moment of stupidity when Stuart is challenged by the incensed mother who returns to find her baby in a papoose strapped to Stuart. She blames the father. Who is the father?

Stuart has a brainwave and uses the baby to show Nicola how mature and grown up he is, and in a moment of inspiration he claims it's his adopted child. This moment of inspiration turns out to be a moment of stupidity when Stuart is challenged by the incensed mother who returns to find her baby in a papoose strapped to Stuart. She blames the father. Who is the father?

"Someone has left a baby at the job centre.

Stuart has a brainwave and uses the baby to show Nicola how mature and grown up he is, and in a moment of inspiration he claims it's his adopted child. This moment of inspiration turns out to be a moment of stupidity when Stuart is challenged by the incensed mother who returns to find her baby in a papoose strapped to Stuart. She blames the father. Who is the father?

Stuart has a brainwave and uses the baby to show Nicola how mature and grown up he is, and in a moment of inspiration he claims it's his adopted child. This moment of inspiration turns out to be a moment of stupidity when Stuart is challenged by the incensed mother who returns to find her baby in a papoose strapped to Stuart. She blames the father. Who is the father?"

Stuart has a brainwave and uses the baby to show Nicola how mature and grown up he is, and in a moment of inspiration he claims it's his adopted child. This moment of inspiration turns out to be a moment of stupidity when Stuart is challenged by the incensed mother who returns to find her baby in a papoose strapped to Stuart. She blames the father. Who is the father?

Comedy set in an Essex job centre, written by Steven Burge

Mathew Horne and Daniel May star in the Essex job centre comedy by Steven Burge.

Steven Burge’s comedy about the staff and the clients who frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh.

Starring Matthew Horne and Daniel Mays.

Stuart.... Mathew Horne
Joe.... Daniel Mays
Terry.... Tony Way
Nicola.... Zahra Ahmadi
Ribena.... Hannah Wood
Mr Brooks.... Alex Lowe
Tom Boddle.... Alex Lowe
Mrs Kangalee.... Bharti Patel
Gary Probert.... Steve Oram
Policewoman.... Philippa Stanton
Policeman.... Michael Bertenshaw

Producer: Katie Tyrrell

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 2013.

0106Seek Hard2013110720131107 (BBC7)
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EPISODE 6: SEEK HARD

It's an unusual day in the Job Centre when armed robbers, having been cornered by police after doing a bank job across the road, take everyone hostage. This could be Stuart's chance to prove to Nicola he's a hero. He needs to do something spectacular to compete with her past boyfriend who Joe claims was none other than Christian Bale.

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Events at the job centre mean Stuart could finally prove to Nicola that he is a bit heroic

Comedy set in an Essex job centre, written by Steven Burge

Written by Steven Burge
Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Mathew Horne and Daniel May star in the Essex job centre comedy by Steven Burge.

Written by Steven Burge
Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

0106 LASTSeek Hard2013110720160420 (BBC7)
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It's an unusual day in the Job Centre when armed robbers, having been cornered by police after doing a bank job across the road, take everyone hostage. This could be Stuart's chance to prove to Nicola he's a hero. He needs to do something spectacular to compete with her past boyfriend who Joe claims was none other than Christian Bale.

EPISODE 6: SEEK HARD

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

"It's an unusual day in the Job Centre when armed robbers, having been cornered by police after doing a bank job across the road, take everyone hostage. This could be Stuart's chance to prove to Nicola he's a hero. He needs to do something spectacular to compete with her past boyfriend who Joe claims was none other than Christian Bale.

EPISODE 6: SEEK HARD

Written by Steven Burge

Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

Events at the job centre mean Stuart could finally prove to Nicola that he is a bit heroic

Seekers, is about the characters that regularly frequent a Job Centre in the Essex town of Rayleigh. Be it the unfulfilled or aspirational staff that work there, or the mixture of jobless people from every walk of life, some desperate to get back to work, some trying their best to never have to work at all.

We listen into the mundane, pointless and sometimes bewildering conversations, the petty arguments and pointless rivalries that people involve themselves in just to relieve the boredom in the sterile, air conditioned building, they all have to return to day after day.

Written by Steven Burge
Produced by Katie Tyrrell.

"

0201So What Did I Miss?2015060420190924 (BBC7)Return of the comedy by Steven Burge set in an Essex job centre.

A second series of the jobseeking sitcom starring Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi. Stuart is back from America, and there have been big changes while he's been away.

Stuart ------ Matthew Horne
Joseph ------ Daniel Mays
Terry ----- Tony Way
Nicola ------ Zahra Ahmadi
Vanessa ----- Natalie Walter
Gary Probert ----- Steve Oram
Ralph ------ Ian Conningham
Mr Thompson ------ Sam Dale

Written by Steve Burge.
Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

Comedy set in an Essex job centre, written by Steven Burge

Stuart is back from America, and there's been big changes at the Essex job centre while he's been away.

Series 2 of the job seeking sitcom starring Mathew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi.

Stuart ------ Mathew Horne
Joseph ------ Daniel Mays
Terry ----- Tony Way
Nicola ------ Zahra Ahmadi
Vanessa ----- Natalie Walter
Gary Probert ----- Steve Oram
Ralph ------ Ian Conningham
Mr Thompson ------ Sam Dale

Producer: Victoria Lloyd

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 2015.

Stuart is back from America, and there have been big changes while he's been away.

0202The Wedding Crushers2015061120191001 (BBC7)Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in a sitcom set in a jobcentre. Stuart and Vanessa are keen to plan their wedding, but not everyone is happy for them.

Written by Steve Burge.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in a sitcom set in a jobcentre. Stuart and Vanessa are keen to plan their wedding, but not everyone is happy for them.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd

"Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in a sitcom set in a jobcentre. Stuart and Vanessa are keen to plan their wedding, but not everyone is happy for them.

"

Series 2 of the job seeking sitcom starring Mathew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi.

Stuart ------ Mathew Horne
Joseph ------ Daniel Mays
Terry ----- Tony Way
Nicola ------ Zahra Ahmadi
Vanessa ----- Natalie Walter
Gary Probert ----- Steve Oram
Mr Putter ------ Ian Conningham
Kenny ------ Sam Dale

Producer: Victoria Lloyd

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 2015.

Comedy set in an Essex job centre, written by Steven Burge

Series 2 of the job seeking sitcom starring Mathew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi.

Stuart ------ Mathew Horne
Joseph ------ Daniel Mays
Terry ----- Tony Way
Nicola ------ Zahra Ahmadi
Vanessa ----- Natalie Walter
Gary Probert ----- Steve Oram
Mr Putter ------ Ian Conningham
Kenny ------ Sam Dale

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 2015.

0203I Kissed A Bear And I Liked It20150618Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in a sitcom set in a jobcentre. Stuart needs to bond with Vanessa's parents, and Joe and Terry raise an egg.

Written by Steve Burge.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in a sitcom set in a jobcentre. Stuart needs to bond with Vanessa's parents, and Joe and Terry raise an egg.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd

"Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in a sitcom set in a jobcentre. Stuart needs to bond with Vanessa's parents, and Joe and Terry raise an egg.

"

0203I Kissed A Bear, And I Liked It2015061820191008 (BBC7)Stuart needs to bond with Vanessa's parents, and Joe and Terry raise an egg.

Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in Steve Burge's sitcom set in a jobcentre

Stuart ------ Matthew Horne
Joseph ------ Daniel Mays
Terry ----- Tony Way
Nicola ------ Zahra Ahmadi
Vanessa ----- Natalie Walter
Gary Probert ----- Steve Oram

Producer: Victoria Lloyd

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 2015.

Stuart needs to bond with Vanessa's parents and Joe and Terry raise an egg.

Comedy set in an Essex job centre, written by Steven Burge

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 2015.

0204Stu's Birthday2015062520191015 (BBC7)Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in a sitcom set in a jobcentre. It's Stuart's birthday, and Joe and Terry want to throw him a party. Meanwhile Nicola meets a very handsome man.

Written by Steve Burge.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in a sitcom set in a jobcentre. It's Stuart's birthday, and Joe and Terry want to throw him a party. Meanwhile Nicola meets a very handsome man.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd

"Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in a sitcom set in a jobcentre. It's Stuart's birthday, and Joe and Terry want to throw him a party. Meanwhile Nicola meets a very handsome man.

"

Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in Steve Burge's sitcom set in a jobcentre.

Stuart ------ Matthew Horne
Joseph ------ Daniel Mays
Terry ----- Tony Way
Nicola ------ Zahra Ahmadi
Vanessa ----- Natalie Walter
Gary Probert ----- Steve Oram

Producer: Victoria Lloyd

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 2015.

It's Stuart's birthday, and Joe and Terry plan a bash. Nicola meets a very handsome man.

Comedy set in an Essex job centre, written by Steven Burge

Written by Steve Burge.
Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

Written by Steve Burge.
Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

0205The Eight Letter Word2015070220191022 (BBC7)Stuart says something very silly, and Nicola tries to impress Vanessa to gain her confidence.

Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in the sitcom set in a jobcentre.

Stuart ------ Matthew Horne
Joseph ------ Daniel Mays
Terry ----- Tony Way
Nicola ------ Zahra Ahmadi
Vanessa ----- Natalie Walter
Gary Probert ----- Steve Oram

Written by Steve Burge.

Producer: Victoria Lloyd.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 2015.

Stuart says something very silly, and Nicola tries to become Vanessa's confidante.

Comedy set in an Essex job centre, written by Steven Burge

0205The Eight-letter Word20150702Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in the sitcom set in a jobcentre. Stuart says something very silly, and Nicola tries to impress Vanessa to gain her confidence.

Written by Steve Burge.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in the sitcom set in a jobcentre. Stuart says something very silly, and Nicola tries to impress Vanessa to gain her confidence.

Written by Steve Burge.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in the sitcom set in a jobcentre. Stuart says something very silly, and Nicola tries to impress Vanessa to gain her confidence.

Written by Steve Burge.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd

"Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in the sitcom set in a jobcentre. Stuart says something very silly, and Nicola tries to impress Vanessa to gain her confidence.

Written by Steve Burge.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

"

0206The Boy With The Wogan Tattoo2015070920191029 (BBC7)Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in the sitcom set in a jobcentre. It's the morning after Stuart's stag night, his back hurts, & Mr Big is looking for him.

Written by Steve Burge.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in the sitcom set in a jobcentre. It's the morning after Stuart's stag night, his back hurts, & Mr Big is looking for him.

Written by Steve Burge.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

"Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in the sitcom set in a jobcentre. It's the morning after Stuart's stag night, his back hurts, & Mr Big is looking for him.

Written by Steve Burge.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

"

Mathew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in the sitcom set in a jobcentre. It's the morning after Stuart's stag night, his back hurts and Mr Big is looking for him.

Stuart ------ Mathew Horne
Joseph ------ Daniel Mays
Terry ----- Tony Way
Nicola ------ Zahra Ahmadi
Vanessa ----- Natalie Walter
Gary Probert ----- Steve Oram

Written by Steve Burge.
Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

It's the morning after Stuart's stag night - his back hurts and Mr Big is looking for him.

Comedy set in an Essex job centre, written by Steven Burge

It's the morning after Stuart's stag night, his back hurts, and Mr Big is looking for him.

Producer: Victoria Lloyd.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 2015.

0206 LASTThe Boy With The Wogan Tattoo20150709

Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in the sitcom set in a jobcentre. It's the morning after Stuart's stag night, his back hurts, and Mr Big is looking for him.

Written by Steve Burge.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

"

Matthew Horne, Daniel Mays, Tony Way and Zahra Ahmadi star in the sitcom set in a jobcentre. It's the morning after Stuart's stag night, his back hurts, and Mr Big is looking for him.

Written by Steve Burge.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd."