Martin Freeman and Danny Dyer will be talking about their upcoming play The Dumb Waiter on BBC Radio 2 next Saturday January 19 at 8am UK Time.
Martin took part in a radio drama called GK Chesterton – The Club of Queer Trades on BBC 4 back in 2005.
It’s now back on the same Radio. It’s a 6 parts radio drama which you can listen to on the iplayer. Remember that the programmes only last for less than a month.
Check it out now on the BBC’s programme page.
If you were able to catch the re-run of the 1 and a half hour dramatisation of The Unfortunates today on BBC Radio 3, then that’s great. Being on BBC Radio means that anyone can listen, not just the lucky folks that are in the UK.
But if you weren’t able to then you can listen to it still:
In 2010, Martin starred in a dramatisation of “The Unfortunates” a novel by BS Johnson’s from the 1960s.
This dramatisation is an adaptation of BS Johnson’s ‘forgotten masterpiece’ in which a sports journalist’s memories of an old friend are triggered when he travels to a strange city to cover a football match.
Martin was joined today by several guests to celebrate and listen to The White Album at BBC Radio 6 music. The show was not live but we had 3 hours of exquisite music and interesting behind the scenes stories even from George Harrisons’ son.
Here are some photos from when they recorded the show:
You can listen to the show again using any of these means:
- In the BBC Iplayer by accessing the programme’s page here, available for 29 days.
- Downloading it from here for when it gets deleted.
We’ve made a Spotify list too with the tracks played, consider that they played some other songs besides the ones from The White Album:
You can also check out the tracklist here or from the iplayer page:
As we were all expecting, Martin delivered a superb show today playing 2 hours of Paul Weller songs through his years: Paul Weller at 60. 31 songs in total and ending with a must for those who know Martin: Shout to the top.
If you missed it live or you want to listen to it again you can do so by:
– Going to the programme’s website and listening to it on the iplayer for 29 days
– We downloaded it so you don’t miss it after 29 days and you can get it here.
We’ve also made a Spotify list which you can access here:
On the programme’s website you can check out the tracklist as well as on our playlist, but if you just want a list of tracks continue reading.