Tom Caine awakes one morning to discover that he can't stop singing at inappropriate moments.
As a result he loses his job and his girlfriend Sadie.
Who are the musicians who follow him around? Why can't anyone else see them? Will Tom reach the high notes?
The everyday story about a man who can't stop himself breaking into song.
Surreal musical comedy with Suggs and Bob Monkhouse.
Tom Caine wakes up and hears music everywhere, but it's not the food of love. Stars Suggs and Bob Monkhouse. From July 2001.
Tom Caine's in trouble - he hears music everywhere and it proves not to be the food of love.
Tom's inappropriate singing at a football match has unexpected consequences. Stars Suggs and Bob Monkhouse. From July 2001.
Having been arrested for inciting a near riot at a football match, Tom is sentenced to community service at an old people's home.
There he meets an ageing banjo player who can see Tom's band.
Having been arrested for inciting a near riot at a football match, Tom is sentenced to community service at an old folk's home.
Tom can't stop singing at a football match, leading him to some unusual community service.
Tom gets a courier job to Spain, but his 'imaginary' band causes plane mayhem. Stars Suggs and Bob Monkhouse. From July 2001.
Tom gets a job as a courier, and while delivering a package to Spain his 'imaginary' band causes mayhem on the plane.
Tom proposes marriage to Sadie with some help from his 'imaginary' band. Stars Suggs and Bob Monkhouse. From August 2001.
Tom finally proposes to Sadie, but his `imaginary' band gets in on the act when he tries to ask her father for her hand.
Tom is sent to a specialist to be rid of the band inside his head. Stars Suggs and Bob Monkhouse. From March 2003.
Tom is sent to a specialist to be rid of the band inside his head.
Tom is sent to a special centre for the entertainingly afflicted, where his treatment seems to be going well.
In an attempt to rid him of the band that lives in his head, Tom has been sent to a special centre for the entertainingly afflicted, and the treatment's going well - until the band can't take any more and make Tom burst into song.
Reunited once more, Tom and the band decide they've missed each other and hatch an escape plan from the clutches of Dr Rodshott.
Thanks to the band inside his head, Tom disrupts a funeral and ends up on stage. Stars Suggs and Bob Monkhouse. From April 2003.
Thanks to the band inside his head, Tom disrupts a funeral and ends up on stage.
Tom tries to get into his mother's good books by helping out at her folk club, but soon finds himself in the doghouse when the band inside his head launch into a jazz number in the middle of her song.
In an attempt to make amends he tries to raise money for the church funds and finds himself taking part in a stand-up comedy competition.
Thanks to the band in his head, Tom disrupts a funeral and does a turn as a stand-up comic
At the zoo Tom meets Pi, who has a band in her head too. So what could go wrong? Stars Suggs and Bob Monkhouse. From April 2003.
At the zoo Tom meets Pi, who has a band in her head too. So what could go wrong?
At the zoo Tom meets Pi, who has a band in her head too.
So what could go wrong?
Things are looking up for Tom - he's got a new job working at the zoo, which he loves, and he's also met a rather nice girl called Pi, who works with the birds, and what's more it seems that Pi also has a band in her head.
Everything seems perfect, so surely the band in Tom's head couldn't possibly ruin things for him this time.could they?
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Tom and the troublesome band in his head set off for the Tower of London. Stars Bob Monkhouse and Suggs. From April 2003.
Tom and the troublesome band in his head set off for the Tower of London.
Tom and the troublesome band in his head find themselves in the Tower of London.
After falling over and knocking himself out, Tom - and the band in his head - awakes to find himself in a strange world where castrati singers are all the rage.