“On a hyding to nothing”.
A Robert Louis Stevenson homage.
“Small, dark and delicate”.
What happens after the final credits fade on ‘Brief Encounter’.
A ghostly Victorian school room.
The Trojan War from the Tommy Atkins point of view.
Stories first performed at “Story Friday” in Bath...
Eyes can play tricks with you at night.
“The Glass of Water”.
Who’s war is it?
Kafka in Surbiton
Stories specially written for the Hospital Radio at Bath’s R.U.H to commemorate the
centenary of the founding of a war hospital on Combe Park in Bath...
From Flanders Field to Bath:
“A Proper Job”.
A conscientious objector tries for a job at the new hospital.
“We’ll Let You Know”.
A wounded soldier auditions to join a touring musical /comedy group to escape the