Adolf Hitler – My Part In His Downfall

read by Paul Merton

BBC Radio 2

6 × 15 minutes

Spike Milligan’s war memoir read by lifelong Milligan fan, Paul Merton.

Goon Again

BBC Radio 2


A one-off re-recording of an original Goon Show to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the cult radio comedy. Based on Spike Milligan’s original scripts from the 1950s, Goon Again recaptures the timeless humour and enduring silliness of the comedy that inspired a generation. For this unique recording, Andrew Secombe steps into his late father’s role to play Neddy Seagoon, with actors Jon Glover and Jeffrey Holland taking the roles of Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers.

It’s Been a Bad Week

BBC Radio 2

15 Series
1998 – 2006

Hosts Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis trawl the world’s media outlets in search of tales of woe, disaster and misfortune – and then have a good laugh at them. From gigantic corporate cock-ups to the sad failures of the humblest individual, It’s Been a Bad Week is unflinching in its search for stories that reflect the calamitous misfortunes which occur daily around the globe. Drawing on a mixture of sketches, songs, impressions, guest contributions and scripted news items, the show targets the week’s well-known bad news stories, governmental disasters, royal excesses, celebrity misbehaviour as well as a myriad of less well-publicised stories from Britain and abroad.


BBC Radio 4

1 × 45 minutes
August 2010

Starring David Troughton and Tracy-Ann Oberman, Quirks by Simon Brett is a black comedy about a couple living – or perhaps imprisoned – in a luxurious villa on the Costa del Sol.

That Was Then This is Now

BBC Radio 2

3 Series of 6 × 30 minutes
2005 – 2007

What happened in this week throughout history? And what does that tell us about where we are now? Richard Herring uses a blend of stand up, sketches, meticulous research and made up rubbish to give us the answers.

Richard is joined in his quest by Emma Kennedy, Danny Robins, Dan Tetsell, Christian Reilly and his band The Warnings From History.

The National Theatre of Brent’s Iconic Icons

BBC Radio 4

Occasional Series – 3 × 30 minutes
2009 – 2011

The multi award winning National Theatre of Brent – Artistic Director Desmond Olivier Dingle and the entire acting company (Raymond Box) – return triumphantly to Radio 4 with an occasional series celebrating the living artists deemed by Desmond to be Iconic Icons. The first iconic icon was the legendary singer, songwriter and artist Bob Dylan, and the second, due to be transmitted August 2010, is the groundbreaking British artist Tracey Emin.

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