Steven Appleby's Normal Life

Episodes

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In His First Comedy Series For Radio, Cartoonist Steven Appleby Shares Some Personal Thoughts On Everyday Life20040820 (BBC7)the 21st century.
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When his wife leaves him for a kettle, the cartoonist looks for love elsewhere. Stars Paul McCrink. From August 2001.'

Cartoonist Steven Appleby takes a distinctly abnormal look at everyday life - his wife's having an affair with a kettle. Episode 1 of 5.

The cartoonist searches for love when he discovers his wife having an affair with a kettle

The distinctly abnormal life of a cartoonist, who searches for love when he discovers his wife having an affair with a kettle. Episode 1 of 5.

Cartoonist Steven Appleby takes an abnormal look at everyday life. He discovers that his wife is having an affair with a kettle. Episode 1 of 5.

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The cartoonist unearths an alien conspiracy to turn the world into a holiday camp for kids. Stars Paul McCrink. From August 2001.

The cartoonist unearths an alien conspiracy to turn the world into a holiday camp for kids. Episode 2 of 5.

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The cartoonist sells his soul to the Devil in the hope of securing eternal life. Stars Paul McCrink. From August 2001.

The cartoonist sells his soul to the Devil in the hope of securing eternal life, with an unexpected side-effect. Episode 3 of 5.

The cartoonist sells his soul to the Devil in the hope of securing eternal life, with an unexpected side-effect...

The cartoonist sells his soul to the Devil in the hope of securing eternal life - with an unexpected side-effect. Episode 3 of 5.

The cartoonist sells his soul to the Devil in the hope of securing eternal life... with an unexpected side-effect.

0104Normal Science20050425 (BBC7)
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The cartoonist sets out to prove that science will eventually make the natural world, humans included, entirely redundant.'

The cartoonist aims to prove that science will make the natural world entirely redundant. Stars Paul McCrink. From August 2001.

The cartoonist alleges that science will one day make the natural world entirely redundant

The cartoonist sets out to prove that science will eventually make the natural world, humans included, entirely redundant. Episode 4 of 5.

0105The Normal Mind20040819 (BBC7)
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'As the cartoonist faces surgery, his feminine side explores his brain's inner workings. Stars Paul McCrink. From August 2001.

As Steven undergoes brain surgery we go on a tour of his mind which reveals the inner workings of the creative artist's brain. Episode 5 of 5.

As Steven undergoes brain surgery, we go on a tour which reveals the inner workings of the creative artist's brain. Episode 5 of 5.

Steven takes advantage of modern surgical techniques to reveal the inner workings of the creative artist's brain.

The Normal Mind: In his first comedy series for radio, cartoonist Steven Appleby shares some personal thoughts on everyday life: the 21st century.

0106 LASTNormal Work20110624 (BBC7)
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Pondering his life as a cartoonist proves to be more dangerous and revealing than intended. Stars Paul McCrink. From July 2002.

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Everyday insights from the cartoonist, who asks where reality ends and fantasy begins. Stars Paul McCrink. From February 2003.'
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The cartoonist claims dinosaurs mastered the 3Rs - reading, writing and riding bicycles. Stars Paul McCrink. From February 2003.'

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The cartoonist searches for the secret meaning of life, said to be written on a sausage. Stars Paul McCrink. From March 2003.'

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The cartoonist has a very removing experience, when an expert de-clutters his house. Stars Paul McCrink. From March 2003.

The cartoonist has a very removing experience when an expert de-clutters his house. Stars Paul McCrink. From March 2003.

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The cartoonist wades into the world under the sea - and gets intimate with a haddock. Stars Paul McCrink. From March 2003.

The cartoonist wades into the world under the sea, and gets intimate with a haddock. Stars Paul McCrink. From March 2003.'

The cartoonist wades into the world under the sea, and gets intimate with a haddock.'

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The cartoonist boldly tells the truth to end his series - a less than wise career move? Stars Paul McCrink. From March 2003.

The cartoonist boldly tells the truth to end his series - a less-than-wise career move? Stars Paul McCrink. From March 2003.

The cartoonist boldly tells the truth to end his series. A less-than-wise career move?