Thank You, Mrs Fothergill

Episodes

TitleRepeatedComments
'alice Foster, This Is Your Life!'20161226 (BBC7)
20161231 (BBC7)

It's the Annual General Meeting of the Cloughbottom Ladies' Evening Guild.

There's a surprise in store for chairman, Alice at the Annual General Meeting of the Ladies' Evening Guild, in the northern English town of Cloughbottom.

Keith Parry's sitcom about the comic mishaps of the Cloughbottom Ladies' Evening Guild.

Starring Sheila Hancock as Alice Foster, Pat Coombs as Phyllis Middleton, Avis Bunnage as Mrs Fothergill and Clovissa Newcombe as Ethel and Peggy.

Produced in Manchester by Bob Oliver Rogers.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in November 1978.

At Home With The Brontes20170102 (BBC7)

Sisterly stage shenanigans, thanks to the Cloughbottom Ladies' Evening Guild.

Bronte sisterly stage shenanigans as the ladies of the guild enter the district drama festival - and Madam Chairman Alice lands the lead role...

Keith Parry's sitcom about the comic mishaps of the Cloughbottom Ladies' Evening Guild.

Starring Sheila Hancock as Alice Foster, Pat Coombs as Phyllis Middleton, Avis Bunnage as Mrs Fothergill and Clovissa Newcombe as Ethel and Peggy.

Produced in Manchester by Bob Oliver Rogers.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in December 1978.

The Alastair Wayne Show20170116 (BBC7)

Viewers are in for a big surprise when Alice appears on a local ITV chat show.

Viewers are in for a big surprise when Alice makes an appearance on a local chat show on ITV.

Starring Sheila Hancock as Alice Foster, Pat Coombs as Phyllis Middleton, Avis Bunnage as Mrs Fothergill, Nigel Rees as Alastair Wayne and Clovissa Newcombe as Natalie.

Scripted by Keith Parry.

Produced in Manchester by Bob Oliver Rogers.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in January 1979.

Tilly20170109 (BBC7)

A special guest is due at the Cloughbottom Ladies' Evening Guild.

Alice gets in a panic over a special guest set to visit the Cloughbottom Ladies' Evening Guild.

Starring Sheila Hancock as Alice Foster, Pat Coombs as Phyllis Middleton, Avis Bunnage as Mrs Fothergill, Peter Jones as Arthur Foster and Kathleen Helme as the Duchess.

Scripted by Keith Parry.

Produced in Manchester by Bob Oliver Rogers.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in December 1978.