A Brief Interruption

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20041007

For some time God has been meaning to speak directly to people and after some trial and error with various knobs he manages to break into the BBC Afternoon Play where he settles down with a cup of tea to try and resolve a few things.

His train of thought is interrupted by faxes (which he must not answer, he must not get directly involved), but one of them catches his eye and before he knows it he is telling us about what happened to a little girl and her cat that she never let out of her sight

Ben Steiner's first play for radio stars Tom Courtenay as God.

20041007

For some time God has been meaning to speak directly to people and after some trial and error with various knobs he manages to break into the BBC Afternoon Play where he settles down with a cup of tea to try and resolve a few things.

His train of thought is interrupted by faxes (which he must not answer, he must not get directly involved), but one of them catches his eye and before he knows it he is telling us about what happened to a little girl and her cat that she never let out of her sight

Ben Steiner's first play for radio stars Tom Courtenay as God.

20060503

By Ben Steiner, starring Tom Courtenay as God.

A rather neglected, weary and careworn God bemoans some of the day to day frustrations of being The Supreme Being.

For some time God has been meaning to speak directly to people and after some trial and error with various knobs, he manages to break into the BBC Afternoon Play where he settles down with a cup of tea to try to resolve a few things.

His train of thought is interrupted by faxes, and one of them catches his eye.

Before he knows it, he is telling us about what happened to a little girl and her cat that she never let out of her sight.

20060503

By Ben Steiner, starring Tom Courtenay as God.

A rather neglected, weary and careworn God bemoans some of the day to day frustrations of being The Supreme Being.

For some time God has been meaning to speak directly to people and after some trial and error with various knobs, he manages to break into the BBC Afternoon Play where he settles down with a cup of tea to try to resolve a few things.

His train of thought is interrupted by faxes, and one of them catches his eye.

Before he knows it, he is telling us about what happened to a little girl and her cat that she never let out of her sight.