Brian Gulliver's Travels

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures.

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by Bill Dare

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures. This week we hear about his travels in Gelbetia, a country run by doctors.

Brian....Neil Pearson

Rachel....Mariah Gale

Brendal....Katherine Jakeways

Dr Malik....Paul Bhattacharjee

Nurse Hill....Sean Baker

Judge....Sam Dale

Juror....Nyasha Hatendi

Cliptin....Jane Whittenshaw

Nurse Suzy....Sally Orrock

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare. Brian Gulliver's been missing for six years. He's back with a story to tell.

02Juradia20110228

by Bill Dare

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures. This week we hear about his travels in Juradia, a country where every other person is a lawyer.

Brian Gulliver....Neil Pearson

Rachel....Mariah Gale

Dr Malik....Paul Bhattacharjee

Gertian....Tamsin Greig

Lawyer....John Standing

Copper.... Nyasha Hatendi

Solicitor....Sam Dale

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare. Brian Gulliver's been missing for six years. He's back with a story to tell.

03Osminia20110307

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week he travels to Osminia, a land where marriage is outlawed.

Brian Gulliver....Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver....Mariah Gale

Dr Malik....Paul Bhattacharjee

Tandia....Joanna Bobin

Gigia....Jane Whittenshaw

Seldon....Brian Bowles

Mayor....Sam Dale

Sancti....Sally Orrock

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare. Brian travels to Osminia, a land where marriage is outlawed.

04Sham20110314

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week he travels to Sham a country where alternative therapies abound.

Brian Gulliver....Neil Pearson

Rachel....Mariah Gale

Raindrop....Antonia Campbell Hughes

Muesli....David Horovitch

Mumbo....Julian Dutton

Kaleem....Lewis Alsamari

Healer....Stuart McLoughlin

Tofu....Sally Orrock

Hunter.... Bill Dare

Grand....Joanna Monro

Written by Bill Dare

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare. Brian travels to Sham, a country where alternative therapies abound.

05Erosia20110321

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week he travels to Erosia which has a very different view of sexual politics.

Brian Gulliver....Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver....Mariah Gale

Guard....Phil Cornwell

Henchal....Jess Robinson

Mollsen....Vicki Pepperdine

Kilca....Pippa Evans

Sleazy man....Brian Bowles

Donnica.... Sally Orrock

Villa.... Joanna Monro

Written by Bill Dare

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare. Brian travels to Erosia, which has a very different view of sexual politics.

06 LASTJampoa20110328

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week he travels to Jampoa where fame definitely equals fortune.

Brian Gulliver....Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver....Mariah Gale

Dr Malik....Paul Bhattacharjee

Steen....Dave Lamb

Darmy....John Nicholson

Hajia....Catherine Shepherd

Dr Reem....Christopher Douglas

Donya....Margaret Cabourn Smith

Host....Sam Dale

Journo....Nyasha Hatendi

Gameshow Host....Brian Bowles

Written by Bill Dare

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare. Brian travels to Jampoa, where fame definitely equals fortune.

0101Gelbetia2011022120140116
20141207 (BBC7)
20141208 (BBC7)
20160927 (BBC7)

by Bill Dare

This week we hear about his travels in Gelbetia, a country run by doctors.

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Missing for years, Brian has stories to tell, including a trip to a country run by doctors

Brian - Neil Pearson

Rachel - Mariah Gale

Brendal - Katherine Jakeways

Dr Malik - Paul Bhattacharjee

Nurse Hill - Sean Baker

Judge - Sam Dale

Juror - Nyasha Hatendi

Cliptin - Jane Whittenshaw

Nurse Suzy - Sally Orrock

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare.

The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale.

Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'.

But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice.

Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university.

His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver's been missing for six years.

He's back with a story to tell.

0101Gelbetia2011022120140116
20141207 (BBC7)
20141208 (BBC7)

by Bill Dare

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures.

This week we hear about his travels in Gelbetia, a country run by doctors.

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Missing for years, Brian has stories to tell, including a trip to a country run by doctors

Brian - Neil Pearson

Rachel - Mariah Gale

Brendal - Katherine Jakeways

Dr Malik - Paul Bhattacharjee

Nurse Hill - Sean Baker

Judge - Sam Dale

Juror - Nyasha Hatendi

Cliptin - Jane Whittenshaw

Nurse Suzy - Sally Orrock

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare.

The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale.

Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'.

But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice.

Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university.

His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver's been missing for six years.

He's back with a story to tell.

0102Juradia2011022820140123
20141214 (BBC7)
20141215 (BBC7)
20161004 (BBC7)

Brian travels to Juradia, a country where every other person is a lawyer.

by Bill Dare

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week we hear about his travels in Juradia, a country where every other person is a lawyer.

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel - Mariah Gale

Dr Malik - Paul Bhattacharjee

Gertian - Tamsin Greig

Lawyer - John Standing

Copper - Nyasha Hatendi

Solicitor - Sam Dale

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare.

The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale.

Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'.

But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice.

Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university.

His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver's been missing for six years.

He's back with a story to tell.

0102Juradia2011022820140123
20141214 (BBC7)
20141215 (BBC7)

by Bill Dare

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week we hear about his travels in Juradia, a country where every other person is a lawyer.

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian travels to Juradia, a country where every other person is a lawyer.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel - Mariah Gale

Dr Malik - Paul Bhattacharjee

Gertian - Tamsin Greig

Lawyer - John Standing

Copper - Nyasha Hatendi

Solicitor - Sam Dale

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare.

The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale.

Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'.

But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice.

Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university.

His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver's been missing for six years.

He's back with a story to tell.

0103Osminia2011030720140130
20141221 (BBC7)
20141222 (BBC7)
20161011 (BBC7)

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week he travels to Osminia, a land where marriage is outlawed.

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian has stories to tell, including his trip to a land where marriage is outlawed.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Dr Malik - Paul Bhattacharjee

Tandia - Joanna Bobin

Gigia - Jane Whittenshaw

Seldon - Brian Bowles

Mayor - Sam Dale

Sancti - Sally Orrock

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare.

The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale.

Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'.

But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice.

Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university.

His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare.

Brian travels to Osminia, a land where marriage is outlawed.

0103Osminia2011030720140130
20141221 (BBC7)
20141222 (BBC7)

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week he travels to Osminia, a land where marriage is outlawed.

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian has stories to tell, including his trip to a land where marriage is outlawed.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Dr Malik - Paul Bhattacharjee

Tandia - Joanna Bobin

Gigia - Jane Whittenshaw

Seldon - Brian Bowles

Mayor - Sam Dale

Sancti - Sally Orrock

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare.

The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale.

Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'.

But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice.

Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university.

His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare.

Brian travels to Osminia, a land where marriage is outlawed.

0104Sham2011031420140206
20141228 (BBC7)
20141229 (BBC7)
20161018 (BBC7)

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week he travels to Sham a country where alternative therapies abound.

Written by Bill Dare

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian has stories to tell, like a visit to a country where alternative therapies abound.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel - Mariah Gale

Raindrop - Antonia Campbell Hughes

Muesli - David Horovitch

Mumbo - Julian Dutton

Kaleem - Lewis Alsamari

Healer - Stuart McLoughlin

Tofu - Sally Orrock

Hunter - Bill Dare

Grand - Joanna Monro

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare.

The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale.

Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'.

But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice.

Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university.

His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare.

Brian travels to Sham, a country where alternative therapies abound.

0104Sham2011031420140206
20141228 (BBC7)
20141229 (BBC7)

Brian has stories to tell, like a visit to a country where alternative therapies abound.

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week he travels to Sham a country where alternative therapies abound.

Written by Bill Dare

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel - Mariah Gale

Raindrop - Antonia Campbell Hughes

Muesli - David Horovitch

Mumbo - Julian Dutton

Kaleem - Lewis Alsamari

Healer - Stuart McLoughlin

Tofu - Sally Orrock

Hunter - Bill Dare

Grand - Joanna Monro

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare.

The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale.

Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'.

But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice.

Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university.

His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare.

Brian travels to Sham, a country where alternative therapies abound.

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20150104 (BBC7)
20150105 (BBC7)
20161025 (BBC7)

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week he travels to Erosia which has a very different view of sexual politics.

Written by Bill Dare

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian tells the story of a visit to a land with a very different view of sexual politics.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Guard - Phil Cornwell

Henchal - Jess Robinson

Mollsen - Vicki Pepperdine

Kilca - Pippa Evans

Sleazy man - Brian Bowles

Donnica - Sally Orrock

Villa - Joanna Monro

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare.

The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale.

Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'.

But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice.

Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university.

His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare.

Brian travels to Erosia, which has a very different view of sexual politics.

0105Erosia2011032120140213
20150104 (BBC7)
20150105 (BBC7)

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week he travels to Erosia which has a very different view of sexual politics.

Written by Bill Dare

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian tells the story of a visit to a land with a very different view of sexual politics.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Guard - Phil Cornwell

Henchal - Jess Robinson

Mollsen - Vicki Pepperdine

Kilca - Pippa Evans

Sleazy man - Brian Bowles

Donnica - Sally Orrock

Villa - Joanna Monro

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare.

The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning star of the RSC's current season, Mariah Gale.

Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Catherine Shepherd, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'.

But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice.

Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university.

His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare.

Brian travels to Erosia, which has a very different view of sexual politics.

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20150111 (BBC7)
20150112 (BBC7)

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week he travels to Jampoa where fame definitely equals fortune.

Written by Bill Dare

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian has many stories to tell, including a land where fame definitely equals fortune.

0106 LASTJampoa2011032820140227

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week he travels to Jampoa where fame definitely equals fortune.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Dr Malik - Paul Bhattacharjee

Steen - Dave Lamb

Darmy - John Nicholson

Hajia - Catherine Shepherd

Dr Reem - Christopher Douglas

Donya - Margaret Cabourn-smith

Host - Sam Dale

Journo - Nyasha Hatendi

Gameshow Host - Brian Bowles

Written by Bill Dare

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare.

The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning Mariah Gale.

Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'.

But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice.

Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university.

His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare.

Brian travels to Jampoa, where fame definitely equals fortune.

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

0106 LASTJampoa2011032820140227
20150111 (BBC7)
20150112 (BBC7)
20161101 (BBC7)

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have had a number of bizarre adventures.

This week he travels to Jampoa where fame definitely equals fortune.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Dr Malik - Paul Bhattacharjee

Steen - Dave Lamb

Darmy - John Nicholson

Hajia - Catherine Shepherd

Dr Reem - Christopher Douglas

Donya - Margaret Cabourn-smith

Host - Sam Dale

Journo - Nyasha Hatendi

Gameshow Host - Brian Bowles

Written by Bill Dare

Produced by Steven Canny

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare.

The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning Mariah Gale.

Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'.

But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice.

Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Satirical targets over the series: the medical profession and its need to pathologize everything; the effect of marriage on children; spirituality and pseudo-science; compensation culture; sexism; the affect of our obsession with fame.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university.

His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare.

Brian travels to Jampoa, where fame definitely equals fortune.

Brian Gulliver's Travels is a new satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and award winning Mariah Gale. Cast includes fantastic actors Tamsin Greig, John Standing, Paul Bhattacharjee, Christopher Douglas, Vicky Pepperdine, Phil Cornwell, Jo Bobin and Katherine Jakeways.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian has many stories to tell, including a land where fame definitely equals fortune.

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20150212 (BBC7)
20161208 (BBC7)
20120815 (R4)
20150205 (R4)

by Bill Dare

This week Brian relives his experiences in Chamanoa, a land where naturites battle nurturites, where genetics is pitted against education.

Brian Gulliver and Thake - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver....Mariah Gale

Kath and Hendl - Lisa Dillon

Bordle - Toby Longworth

Violinist - Amy Butterworth

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisbey, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

By Bill Dare. Satirical adventure with strange tales from Brian's undiscovered continent.

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

Brian Gulliver relives his experiences in a land where naturites battle nurturites.

0201Chamanoa2012062520120626
20150212 (BBC7)
20120815 (R4)
20150205 (R4)

By Bill Dare. Satirical adventure with strange tales from Brian's undiscovered continent.

by Bill Dare

This week Brian relives his experiences in Chamanoa, a land where naturites battle nurturites, where genetics is pitted against education.

Brian Gulliver and Thake - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver....Mariah Gale

Kath and Hendl - Lisa Dillon

Bordle - Toby Longworth

Violinist - Amy Butterworth

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisbey, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

Brian Gulliver relives his experiences in a land where naturites battle nurturites.

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures.

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by Bill Dare

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures.

This week Brian relives his experiences in Chamanoa, a land where naturites battle nurturites, where genetics is pitted against education.

Brian Gulliver and Thake - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver....Mariah Gale

Kath and Hendl - Lisa Dillon

Bordle - Toby Longworth

Violinist - Amy Butterworth

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver relives his experiences in a land where naturites battle nurturites.

0202Lessington2012070220120703
20150219 (BBC7)
20120822 (R4)
20150212 (R4)

Brian Gulliver relives his experiences in Lessington, a land where ignorance reigns.

This week, he relives his experiences in Lessington where ignorance reigns.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Sharol - Jo Bobin

Cop - Fergus Craig

Cop - Colin Hoult

Guide - Patrick Brennan

Wife - Christine Absalom

Barman - Harry Livingstone

Robber - Sam Alexander

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

by Bill Dare

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures. This week, he relives his experiences in Lessington where ignorance reigns.

0202Lessington2012070220120703
20150219 (BBC7)
20161215 (BBC7)
20120822 (R4)
20150212 (R4)

by Bill Dare

This week, he relives his experiences in Lessington where ignorance reigns.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Sharol - Jo Bobin

Cop - Fergus Craig

Cop - Colin Hoult

Guide - Patrick Brennan

Wife - Christine Absalom

Barman - Harry Livingstone

Robber - Sam Alexander

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver relives his experiences in Lessington, a land where ignorance reigns.

0202Lessington20120822

by Bill Dare

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures. This week, he relives his experiences in Lessington where ignorance reigns.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Sharol - Jo Bobin

Cop - Fergus Craig

Cop - Colin Hoult

Guide - Patrick Brennan

Wife - Christine Absalom

Barman - Harry Livingstone

Robber - Sam Alexander

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver relives his experiences in Lessington, a land where ignorance reigns.

0203Gravinia & Plumpf2012070920150219 (R4)

by Dan Tetsell

This week Brian relives his adventures in Gravinia, a land where the military are revered above everything.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver....Mariah Gale

Fillick - Marcus Brigstocke

Chaplain - Adrian Scarborough

Guest - Tracy Wiles

Host....Patrick Brennan

Stegga - Barunka O'Shaughnessy

Barista....Harry Livingstone

Dragit - Nick Mohammed

Glugas Hold - Dan Tetsell

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story created by Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisbey, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures. This week Brian relives his adventures in Gravinia, a land where the military are revered above everything.

0203Gravinia & Plumpf2012070920150219 (R4)

by Dan Tetsell

This week Brian relives his adventures in Gravinia, a land where the military are revered above everything.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver....Mariah Gale

Fillick - Marcus Brigstocke

Chaplain - Adrian Scarborough

Guest - Tracy Wiles

Host....Patrick Brennan

Stegga - Barunka O'Shaughnessy

Barista....Harry Livingstone

Dragit - Nick Mohammed

Glugas Hold - Dan Tetsell

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story created by Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisbey, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

0203Gravinia & Plumpf20120829

by Dan Tetsell

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures. This week Brian relives his adventures in Gravinia, a land where the military are revered above everything.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver....Mariah Gale

Fillick - Marcus Brigstocke

Chaplain - Adrian Scarborough

Guest - Tracy Wiles

Host....Patrick Brennan

Stegga - Barunka O'Shaughnessy

Barista....Harry Livingstone

Dragit - Nick Mohammed

Glugas Hold - Dan Tetsell

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story created by Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian relives his adventures in a land where the military are revered above everything.

0203Gravinia And Plumpf2012070920120710
20120715 (BBC7)
20150226 (BBC7)
20120829 (R4)

Brian relives his adventures in a land where the military are revered above everything.

by Dan Tetsell

This week Brian relives his adventures in Gravinia, a land where the military are revered above everything.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver....Mariah Gale

Fillick - Marcus Brigstocke

Chaplain - Adrian Scarborough

Guest - Tracy Wiles

Host....Patrick Brennan

Stegga - Barunka O'Shaughnessy

Barista....Harry Livingstone

Dragit - Nick Mohammed

Glugas Hold - Dan Tetsell

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story created by Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisbey, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver has been missing for six years. Now he's back and he has a story to tell.

Brian Gulliver has been missing for six years. Now he's back and he has a story to tell. Each week is a new adventure, starring Neil Pearson and Mariah Gale, by Bill Dale.

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story created by Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

0203Gravinia And Plumpf2012070920120710
20120715 (BBC7)
20150226 (BBC7)
20161222 (BBC7)
20120829 (R4)

by Dan Tetsell

This week Brian relives his adventures in Gravinia, a land where the military are revered above everything.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver....Mariah Gale

Fillick - Marcus Brigstocke

Chaplain - Adrian Scarborough

Guest - Tracy Wiles

Host....Patrick Brennan

Stegga - Barunka O'Shaughnessy

Barista....Harry Livingstone

Dragit - Nick Mohammed

Glugas Hold - Dan Tetsell

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story created by Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian relives his adventures in a land where the military are revered above everything.

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story created by Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisbey, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

Brian Gulliver has been missing for six years. Now he's back and he has a story to tell.

Brian Gulliver has been missing for six years. Now he's back and he has a story to tell. Each week is a new adventure, starring Neil Pearson and Mariah Gale, by Bill Dale.

0204Anidara2012071620120717
20120722 (BBC7)
20150305 (BBC7)
20161229 (BBC7)
20120905 (R4)
20150226 (R4)

by Bill Dare

This week, he relives his experiences in Anidara where Brian finds himself put out to stud.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Computer - Duncan Wisby

Gem - Gerard McDermot

Markl - Harry Livingstone

Dorka - Vicki Pepperdine

Liberator - Duncan Wisby

Master - Patrick Brennan

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver tells of his adventures in Anidara, where he finds himself put out to stud.

Brian Gulliver has been missing for six years. Now he's back and he has a story to tell. Each week is a new adventure, starring Neil Pearson and Mariah Gale, by Bill Dale.

Brian Gulliver has been missing for six years. Now he's back and he has a story to tell.

0204Anidara2012071620120717
20120722 (BBC7)
20120905 (R4)
20150226 (R4)

by Bill Dare

This week, he relives his experiences in Anidara where Brian finds himself put out to stud.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Computer - Duncan Wisby

Gem - Gerard McDermot

Markl - Harry Livingstone

Dorka - Vicki Pepperdine

Liberator - Duncan Wisby

Master - Patrick Brennan

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver tells of his adventures in Anidara, where he finds himself put out to stud.

Brian Gulliver has been missing for six years. Now he's back and he has a story to tell. Each week is a new adventure, starring Neil Pearson and Mariah Gale, by Bill Dale.

Brian Gulliver has been missing for six years. Now he's back and he has a story to tell.

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures. This week, he relives his experiences in Anidara where Brian finds himself put out to stud.

0204Anidara20120905

by Bill Dare

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures. This week, he relives his experiences in Anidara where Brian finds himself put out to stud.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Computer - Duncan Wisby

Gem - Gerard McDermot

Markl - Harry Livingstone

Dorka - Vicki Pepperdine

Liberator - Duncan Wisby

Master - Patrick Brennan

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver tells of his adventures in Anidara, where he finds himself put out to stud.

0205Hermicia2012072320120724
20120729 (BBC7)
20150312 (BBC7)
20170105 (BBC7)
20120912 (R4)
20150305 (R4)

by Bill Dare

This week, he relives his experiences in Hermicia where charity is strangely in abundance.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Kalfa - Colin Hoult

Mena - Nina Conti

Boria - Martin Treneman

Doctor - Patrick Brennan

Rimanda - Amaka Okafor

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver has been missing for six years. Now he's back and he has a story to tell.

Brian Gulliver has been missing for six years. Now he's back and he has a story to tell. Each week is a new adventure, starring Neil Pearson and Mariah Gale, by Bill Dale.

Brian Gulliver tells of his adventure in Hermicia, where charity is strangely in abundance

0205Hermicia2012072320120724
20120729 (BBC7)
20120912 (R4)
20150305 (R4)

by Bill Dare

This week, he relives his experiences in Hermicia where charity is strangely in abundance.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Kalfa - Colin Hoult

Mena - Nina Conti

Boria - Martin Treneman

Doctor - Patrick Brennan

Rimanda - Amaka Okafor

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver has been missing for six years. Now he's back and he has a story to tell.

Brian Gulliver has been missing for six years. Now he's back and he has a story to tell. Each week is a new adventure, starring Neil Pearson and Mariah Gale, by Bill Dale.

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures. This week, he relives his experiences in Hermicia where charity is strangely in abundance.

0205Hermicia20120912

by Bill Dare

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures. This week, he relives his experiences in Hermicia where charity is strangely in abundance.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Kalfa - Colin Hoult

Mena - Nina Conti

Boria - Martin Treneman

Doctor - Patrick Brennan

Rimanda - Amaka Okafor

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

0206 LASTKognitia2012073020120731
20120805 (BBC7)
20120919 (R4)
20150312 (R4)

This week, he relives his experiences in Kognitia where selective memory is taken to a new extreme.

Satirical adventure with strange tales from Brian's undiscovered continent.

By Bill Dare. Satirical adventure with strange tales from Brian's undiscovered continent. Starring Neil Pearson and Mariah Gale.

by Bill Dare

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures. This week, he relives his experiences in Kognitia where selective memory is taken to a new extreme.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Kalmena - Debra Stephenson

Lamet - Duncan Wisbey

Door - Harry Livingstone

PA - Amaka Okafor

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

0206 LASTKognitia2012073020120731
20120805 (BBC7)
20150319 (BBC7)
20120919 (R4)
20150312 (R4)

This week, he relives his experiences in Kognitia where selective memory is taken to a new extreme.

Satirical adventure with strange tales from Brian's undiscovered continent.

By Bill Dare. Satirical adventure with strange tales from Brian's undiscovered continent. Starring Neil Pearson and Mariah Gale.

by Bill Dare

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Kalmena - Debra Stephenson

Lamet - Duncan Wisbey

Door - Harry Livingstone

PA - Amaka Okafor

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

Brian Gulliver relives his time in a land where selective memory is taken to a new extreme

0206 LASTKognitia20120919

by Bill Dare

Brian Gulliver, a seasoned presenter of travel documentaries, finds himself in a hospital's secure unit after claiming to have experienced a succession of bizarre adventures. This week, he relives his experiences in Kognitia where selective memory is taken to a new extreme.

Brian Gulliver - Neil Pearson

Rachel Gulliver - Mariah Gale

Kalmena - Debra Stephenson

Lamet - Duncan Wisbey

Door - Harry Livingstone

PA - Amaka Okafor

Producer - Steven Canny

This is the second series of this satirical adventure story from Bill Dare. The series has attracted an excellent cast led by Neil Pearson and including, Duncan Wisby, Vicki Pepperdine, Lisa Dillon, Colin Hoult, Toby Longworth, Adrian Scarborough, Dan Tetsell, Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Debra Stephenson, Colin Hoult, Nina Conti, Jo Bobin and Marcus Brigstocke.

For years Bill Dare wanted to create a satire about different worlds exploring Kipling's idea that we travel, 'not just to explore civilizations, but to better understand our own'. But science fiction and space ships never interested him, so he put the idea on ice. Then Brian Gulliver arrived and meant that our hero could be lost in a fictional world without the need for any sci-fi.

Gulliver's Travels is the only book Bill Dare read at university. His father, Peter Jones, narrated a similarly peripatetic radio series: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.