Memoirs Of A Twelfth Man

A four-part comedy series by Anthony Crouch, dramatised by Christopher Scott.

Episodes

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01The Beast Of Chardley20000814

The reek of linseed oil, the thwack of leather on willow and the discomfort of damp flannels.

There is pride and pique on the pitch, and lust and loyalty in the locker room when Gussy Withers' cricketing tales have an innings.

With Norman Rodway.

Director: Sue Wilson

01The Beast Of Chardley20000814

The reek of linseed oil, the thwack of leather on willow and the discomfort of damp flannels.

There is pride and pique on the pitch, and lust and loyalty in the locker room when Gussy Withers' cricketing tales have an innings.

With Norman Rodway.

Director: Sue Wilson

02The Wedding Of Nigel Grint20000821

When the date of Nigel's wedding clashes with the cricket match between the Spoonfield Duck and Flag and the Thrugham Bounding Plough, bowling a maiden over takes on another meaning.

With Norman Rodway.

Director: Sue Wilson

02The Wedding Of Nigel Grint20000821

When the date of Nigel's wedding clashes with the cricket match between the Spoonfield Duck and Flag and the Thrugham Bounding Plough, bowling a maiden over takes on another meaning.

With Norman Rodway.

Director: Sue Wilson

03Quiet Everyone Please.20000828

Hollywood comes to Dudley Hewitson's ancestral home to film a cricket match, but with Gussy Withers as liaison supremo there is drama on and off the pitch.

With Norman Rodway and David Monico.

Director: Sue Wilson

03Quiet Everyone Please.20000828

Hollywood comes to Dudley Hewitson's ancestral home to film a cricket match, but with Gussy Withers as liaison supremo there is drama on and off the pitch.

With Norman Rodway and David Monico.

Director: Sue Wilson

04 LASTOut Of The Deep20000904

Gussy Withers recalls the events of 1939, when eleven Jack Tars came out of the deep, played the most diabolical cricket ever seen and then slipped silently away.

With Norman Rodway and David Monico.

Director: Sue Wilson

04 LASTOut Of The Deep20000904

Gussy Withers recalls the events of 1939, when eleven Jack Tars came out of the deep, played the most diabolical cricket ever seen and then slipped silently away.

With Norman Rodway and David Monico.

Director: Sue Wilson