Celebrating Peter Tinniswood

Episodes

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20080105 BT=0900 (BBC7)
20080105 BT=2000 (BBC7)
20080106 BT=0300 (BBC7)

The playwright Peter Tinniswood died in January 2003. He was one of radio's best writers and created a host of funny and believable characters. To coincide with the anniversary of his death, there's another chance to hear BBC7's tribute to him in which radio critic Gillian Reynolds introduces four of her favourite Tinniswood radio plays.


The Last Obit (28/04/1998)
Tales from the Backbench: Time to Confess (21/11/2001)
The House Swap (06/02/1999)
Dorothy, A Manager's Wife (17/10/2000).

20080105 (BBC7)
20080106 (BBC7)
20081018 (BBC7)
20081019 (BBC7)

The playwright Peter Tinniswood died in January 2003.

He was one of radio's best writers and created a host of funny and believable characters.

To coincide with the anniversary of his death, there's another chance to hear BBC7's tribute to him in which radio critic Gillian Reynolds introduces four of her favourite Tinniswood radio plays.


The Last Obit (28/04/1998)
Tales from the Backbench: Time to Confess (21/11/2001)
The House Swap (06/02/1999)
Dorothy, A Manager's Wife (17/10/2000).

20080105 (BBC7)
20080106 (BBC7)
20081018 (BBC7)
20081019 (BBC7)

The playwright Peter Tinniswood died in January 2003.

He was one of radio's best writers and created a host of funny and believable characters.

To coincide with the anniversary of his death, there's another chance to hear BBC7's tribute to him in which radio critic Gillian Reynolds introduces four of her favourite Tinniswood radio plays.


The Last Obit (28/04/1998)
Tales from the Backbench: Time to Confess (21/11/2001)
The House Swap (06/02/1999)
Dorothy, A Manager's Wife (17/10/2000).