Stand Ups And Strumpets

Episodes

EpisodeTitleRepeatedComments
20080302 BT=1200 (BBC7)

Josie Lawrence talks about her passion for performing, the importance of her family and the people who have influenced her work. Episode 4 of 6.

20080302 BT=1700 (BBC7)

Josie Lawrence talks about her passion for performing, the importance of her family and the people who have influenced her work. Episode 4 of 6.

20080303 (BBC7)

Josie Lawrence talks about her passion for performing, the importance of her family and the people who have influenced her work. Episode 4 of 6.

20080210 BT=1200 (BBC7)

Meera Syal talks about mothers, Phyllis Diller, Woody Allen and spending all day in her pyjamas. Presented by Professor Alison Oddey.

20080210 BT=1700 (BBC7)

Meera Syal talks about mothers, Phyllis Diller, Woody Allen and spending all day in her pyjamas. Presented by Professor Alison Oddey.

20080211 (BBC7)

Meera Syal talks about mothers, Phyllis Diller, Woody Allen and spending all day in her pyjamas. Presented by Professor Alison Oddey.

20080316 BT=1200 (BBC7)

Professor Alison Oddey talks to actress Brenda Blethyn about her influences and performances on the big screen, including Hollywood. Episode 6 of 6.

20080316 BT=1700 (BBC7)

Professor Alison Oddey talks to actress Brenda Blethyn about her influences and performances on the big screen, including Hollywood. Episode 6 of 6.

20080317 (BBC7)

Professor Alison Oddey talks to actress Brenda Blethyn about her influences and performances on the big screen, including Hollywood. Episode 6 of 6.

20080217 BT=1200 (BBC7)

Professor Alison Oddey talks to comedian and writer Jenny Eclair and explores how the theme of motherhood infiltrates her work. Episode 2 of 6.

20080217 BT=1700 (BBC7)

Professor Alison Oddey talks to comedian and writer Jenny Eclair and explores how the theme of motherhood infiltrates her work. Episode 2 of 6.

20080218 (BBC7)

Professor Alison Oddey talks to comedian and writer Jenny Eclair and explores how the theme of motherhood infiltrates her work. Episode 2 of 6.

20080224 BT=1200 (BBC7)

Professor Alison Oddey talks to Maureen Lipman about what makes her tick as a woman performer. Episode 3 of 6.

20080224 BT=1700 (BBC7)

Professor Alison Oddey talks to Maureen Lipman about what makes her tick as a woman performer. Episode 3 of 6.

20080225 (BBC7)

Professor Alison Oddey talks to Maureen Lipman about what makes her tick as a woman performer. Episode 3 of 6.

20080309 BT=1200 (BBC7)

Professor Alison Oddey talks to Sheila Hancock about her influences and her love of performing.

20080309 BT=1700 (BBC7)

Professor Alison Oddey talks to Sheila Hancock about her influences and her love of performing.

20080310 (BBC7)

Professor Alison Oddey talks to Sheila Hancock about her influences and her love of performing.

01Meera Syal20090308 BT=1730 (BBC7)
20090309 BT=0530 (BBC7)

The actress talks to Alison Oddey about Woody Allen and spending all day in her pyjamas.

02Jenny Eclair20090315 BT=1730 (BBC7)
20090316 BT=0530 (BBC7)
20100825 (BBC7)

Alison Oddey talks to the comedian about writing novels, Lucille Ball and motherhood.

Professor Alison Oddey talks to the comedian about writing novels, Lucille Ball and motherhood. From February 2001.

03Maureen Lipman20090322 BT=1730 (BBC7)
20090323 BT=0530 (BBC7)

Alison Oddey talks to Maureen Lipman about what makes her tick as a female performer.

04Josie Lawrence20090405 BT=1730 (BBC7)

The actress talks about her influences, her passion for performing and her family.

05Sheila Hancock
06 LASTBrenda Blethyn20090419 BT=1730 (BBC7)

The actress talks to Professor Alison Oddey about her influences and big screen roles.