Back in the day, I co-wrote and performed 'IT'S A HOOT!' with Flip Webster and the late Joe Hobbs, who titled the show.
It was a 1950s style radio variety show with Songs, Sketches, Poetry, Guests, Children's Corner, etc - all topped off with 15 minute episodes of PASSPORT to DANGER - a Dick Barton style thriller.
It is to Joe that this reboot is fondly dedicated.
See the clip on VIDEOS page. (Apologies for technical quality)
Warning: Show may contain all or none of the aforementioned items.
Crabby amateur sleuth Mrs. Marbles and her whisky-soaked husband Elgin investigate various nefarious goings-on in the non-existent Olde Englysh Village of Effingham Blinding.
This project is in the research stage, which involves a lot of staring out of the window and coffee making.
A PLAY NOIR for radio.
"Work had dried up like blood on a cutthroat leaving a nasty red stain on my bank statement."
"She smelt like an orange grove in Seville on a hot summer night, but that's another story. Franco, my dear, I don't give a damn!."
"He slugged me and I was out for a couple of hours. While I was out I did some shopping and took my library books back."