Four panelists race against a time limit of just three minutes to reach a destination. They begin from different starting points and use an assortment of companions, objects and modes of transport, but they must keep everything together with them when they... Read More »
Like all relationships, it was based on a commonality; a relational glue that binds two people together. For Beth and Stew, it was their daughter ‘Holly’ that was the glue that held the relationship together. But what happens to the relationship when that glue goes away? Did they ever really know each... Read More »
In the winter of 2007, under conditions of utmost secrecy, BBC managers created a now mothballed sister station for ‘Radio 4’. Supposed to be a fresh start, a bolder, less middle-class approach to talk radio, it all went terribly wrong. Evan Davies lost a leg, Charlotte Green needed counseling and Marcus Brigstocke was never seen... Read More »
Jeannie is an American citizen who relocated to Sheffield with her family several years ago and whose US driving license expired shortly after arrival. However, with 20 years of driving experience under her belt, she felt confident about obtaining a UK... Read More »
Imagine a world without consequence. A world in which your actions no longer lead directly to your death. A world in which our specially trained team monitor you every minute of every day, and if we think you’re about to have an accident, we freeze time; fill out the required paperwork, charge you a standard... Read More »
A pigeon race, as every fancier knows, begins with a basket. But with a hundred different finish lines, each one a backyard loft, when does a pigeon race end? In 1913, Charlie Hudson entered one of his pigeons in a race from Rome to England. On the day of the big race a storm blew... Read More »
Have you ever stopped and wondered about the colour of the things that surround you? For example, have you ever thought about why an orange is called an orange? Was it named after the colour, or was the colour named after the fruit? Chances are you might not consider the colour of the life that... Read More »
Dave thought it seemed like a good idea at the time; an invigorating hiking trek across the peak district with his best friend Kevin. It would help take his mind off all the relationship, family and work problems which had seemingly overwhelmed him of... Read More »
Adam and Suzanne are in love, but a question about their sexual past leads to jealousy and mistrust, which they must somehow overcome if the relationship is to survive. However the specter of Thatcherism casts a long shadow across the decades, highlighting the class divide between the couple, as they both have to come to... Read More »
Sarah sits in the empty white room, staring blankly at the wall. She doesn’t know why she is here and she doesn’t know what they want. All she does know, is that out there; somewhere, her family is waiting and that she will do anything to find a way back to... Read More »
When her son Tony, a comprehensive school Teacher, is sent to prison for abusing one of his 14 year old female pupils, his mother Christine is plunged into a nightmare. Set against the backdrop of her visits and letters post sentence, her confusion soon turns to anger as she is forced to examine her true... Read More »
Once again we return to the world of podcasting with three new short productions that all deal with that thing we lovingly call ‘life’. We start by exploring the highs and lows (plus the nail polish) of a local temping agency. We then jump back 70 years and listen to a surprisingly prophetic women hiding... Read More »