Dot

Episodes

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0101The Astonishing Adventures Of Agent Whiff-whaff20160222

by Ed Harris

Comic adventures with Dot and the gals from personnel who are getting squiffy over Agent Bertie Whiff-Whaff. Bertie wants Dot promoted, but can Dot handle life on the other side of the hallway? Ed Harris' rollicking new comedy starring Fenella Woolgar.

Director/Producer Jessica Brown

Ed Harris has written extensively for radio. In 2013 he won the Radio Academy Award for Best Drama for his War time thriller, 'The Resistance of Mrs Brown'. In 2011 he won the Writer's Guild Award for 'Troll' and was nominated for the Prix Europa for his play for BBC Radio 3: 'The Wall'.

Fenella Woolgar won the Clarence Derwent Award for her role in 'Hedda Gabler' at the Old Vic and most recently played Margaret Thatcher in 'Handbagged' at the Vaudeville Theatre, London.

Kate O'Flynn won the Critics Circle Award winner 2013 Most Promising Newcomer for 'Port' at the National Theatre, she also received an Evening Standard Nomination.

0102The Extraordinary Example Of The Ha'penny Exchange20160229

by Ed Harris

New comic adventures with Dot and the gals from personnel. A little East End snotling has infiltrated the Cabinet War Rooms. But Dot's got important propaganda work to do. How will she dispose of the little gremlin, whilst simultaneously concocting a stirring, yet pithy slogan for the war effort? For King and country, she'll bally well try!

Director/Producer Jessica Brown

Ed Harris has written extensively for radio. In 2013 he won the Radio Academy Award for Best Drama for his War time thriller, 'The Resistance of Mrs Brown'. In 2011 he won the Writer's Guild Award for 'Troll' and was nominated for the Prix Europa for his play for BBC Radio 3: 'The Wall'.

Fenella Woolgar won the Clarence Derwent Award for her role in 'Hedda Gabler' at the Old Vic and most recently played Margaret Thatcher in 'Handbagged' at the Vaudeville Theatre, London.

Kate O'Flynn won the Critics Circle Award winner 2013 Most Promising Newcomer for 'Port' at the National Theatre, she also received an Evening Standard Nomination.

0103The Mystery At St Horribly-vulture's School For Boys20160307

by Ed Harris

Comedy in the Cabinet War Rooms. Dot's been sent to St Horribly Vulture's School for Boys to enlist a teacher for 'Shhhh Bletchley Park'. But is he the right sort of chap for the job?

Director/Producer Jessica Brown

0104 LASTEenie Meenie Miney... Spy!20160314

by Ed Harris

New war time comedy series by Ed Harris. Dot and the gals are tasked with an important mission, to monitor the Russian Ambassador, Comrade Pavlenti Lavovich. But Lavovich seems more interested in singing sensation, Harriet Pertly.

Director/Producer Jessica Brown.