Three Men In A Boat

Episodes

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GENOME:
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Mike Read captains The

River Jester from Hampton Court to Oxford.

Crew Noel Edmondi Paul Gambaccini

1: IS the boat watertightt Who is doing the cookingt Where's the food! Can anyone driver Do we need passports ! Producers DAVE TATE and DOREEN DAVIES

GENOME:
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Unknown: Noel Edmondi

Unknown: Paul Gambaccini

Producers: Dave Tate

Producers: Doreen Davies

GENOME:
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Captain Mike Read Crew Noel Edmonds Paul Gambaccinl The Continuing Breakfast Cereal 2: Who's cooking breakfast? thought there were only lochs in Scotland! I've told you before, the strings point outwards! You'd better get quacking, if we're having Duck d l'Orange tonight!

GENOME:
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Unknown: Captain Mike Read

Unknown: Crew Noel Edmonds

Unknown: Paul Gambaccinl

GENOME:
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Captain Mike Read Crew Noel Edmonds Paul Gambaccint

3: Toss you for who scrapes the barnacles off the bottom! Hey - you're supposed to fill my water wings with air - not water! Gambo - Shaddup your face! It's Noel's turn to do the greens!

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Unknown: Noel Edmonds

Unknown: Paul Gambaccint

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Captain Mike Read Crew Noel Edmonds Paul Gambacclnl

4: Whose socks jumped overboard in the nightt I didn't know it was going to be all paws and snores / Get that Great Dane out of my sleeping bagl Next wear

I think we ought to bring a toothbrush each/

GENOME:
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Unknown: Noel Edmonds

Unknown: Paul Gambacclnl

GENOME:
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Captain Mike Read Crew Noel Edmonds Paul Gambacclnl

5: Who said it wouldn't last? Stow in the hold? It's either a place in Gloucestershire or lunch/ Oxford today - will you please vacate that feat of learning

Is this a swansong or a cygneture tuner

GENOME:
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Unknown: Noel Edmonds

Unknown: Paul Gambacclnl

0120120219 (BBC7)
20120220 (BBC7)

George, Harris and J holiday on the River Thames - with Montmorency the dog.

4 Extra Debut. George, Harris and J holiday on the River Thames from Kingston to Oxford - with Montmorency the dog. Stars Jeremy Nicholas.

0120120219 (BBC7)
20120220 (BBC7)

George, Harris and J holiday on the River Thames - with Montmorency the dog.

George, Harris and J holiday on the River Thames from Kingston to Oxford - with Montmorency the dog. Stars Jeremy Nicholas.

0220120226 (BBC7)
20120227 (BBC7)

A tin of pineapple takes on a starring role as the story of the Thames holiday continues.

4 Extra Debut. A tin of pineapple takes on a starring role, as the story of a holiday on the Thames continues. Performed by Jeremy Nicholas.

0220120226 (BBC7)
20120227 (BBC7)

A tin of pineapple takes on a starring role as the story of the Thames holiday continues.

A tin of pineapple takes on a starring role, as the story of a holiday on the Thames continues. Performed by Jeremy Nicholas.

03 LAST20120304 (BBC7)
20120305 (BBC7)

As the friends conclude their Thames adventure, they encounter a tragedy and nasty weather

4 Extra Debut.

As the friends conclude their Thames adventure, they encounter a tragedy and some nasty weather.

Performed by Jeremy Nicholas.

03 LAST20120304 (BBC7)
20120305 (BBC7)

As the friends conclude their Thames adventure, they encounter a tragedy and nasty weather

As the friends conclude their Thames adventure, they encounter a tragedy and some nasty weather.

Performed by Jeremy Nicholas.

012013091520130921

Even their packing proves a trial for the trouble-prone J, Harris and George.

The Now Show's Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt with Julian Rhind-tutt from Green Wing star in a sparkling new dramatisation of Jerome K Jerome's comic classic.

In Edwardian London, three carefree young men and their dog, Montmorency, plan a rowing holiday down the Thames to Oxford. But nothing goes smoothly.

Episode 1:

Even their packing proves a trial for the trouble-prone J, Harris and George. On the eve of the trip they manage to oversleep, they struggle to find the right train from Waterloo to Kingston and get hopelessly lost in the maze at Hampton Court. They navigate their first lock successfully and end up at yet another hostelry 'for just one drink', but the evening ends on a dangerous note - Harris decides he will sing a comic song. Oh dear.

Three Men In A Boat has never been out of print since its first publication in 1889. In stark contrast to the adventure writers of the time - Kipling, Haggard and Stevenson - Jerome K Jerome gave us a story about three ordinary fellows having a jolly time down the river.

Pub singers....from Rose Bruford College

Music....provided by Gary Yershon, with Eddie Hession on accordion

Dramatised by Chris Harrald

Original and adapted music by Gary Yershon

Sound design: Eloise Whitmore

Producer: Melanie Harris

Executive Producer: Polly Thomas

A Sparklab production for BBC Radio 4.

012013091520130921

Even their packing proves a trial for the trouble-prone J, Harris and George.

The Now Show's Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt with Julian Rhind-Tutt from Green Wing star in a sparkling new dramatisation of Jerome K Jerome's comic classic.

In Edwardian London, three carefree young men and their dog, Montmorency, plan a rowing holiday down the Thames to Oxford. But nothing goes smoothly.

Episode 1:

Even their packing proves a trial for the trouble-prone J, Harris and George. On the eve of the trip they manage to oversleep, they struggle to find the right train from Waterloo to Kingston and get hopelessly lost in the maze at Hampton Court. They navigate their first lock successfully and end up at yet another hostelry 'for just one drink', but the evening ends on a dangerous note - Harris decides he will sing a comic song. Oh dear.

Three Men In A Boat has never been out of print since its first publication in 1889. In stark contrast to the adventure writers of the time - Kipling, Haggard and Stevenson - Jerome K Jerome gave us a story about three ordinary fellows having a jolly time down the river.

Pub singers............. from Rose Bruford College

Music....................... provided by Gary Yershon, with Eddie Hession on accordion

Dramatised by Chris Harrald

Original and adapted music by Gary Yershon

Sound design: Eloise Whitmore

Producer: Melanie Harris

Executive Producer: Polly Thomas

A Sparklab production for BBC Radio 4.

02 LAST2013092220130928

Harris, unable to recollect words or tune, attempts a comic song - to the dismay of all.

The Now Show's Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt with Julian Rhind-tutt from Green Wing star in a sparkling new dramatisation of Jerome K.Jerome's comic classic.

In Edwardian London, three carefree young men and their dog, Montmorency, plan a rowing holiday down the Thames to Oxford. But nothing goes smoothly.

Episode 2:

Harris, unable to recollect words or tune, attempts a comic song - to the dismay of J, George and other revellers. J buys a round for the whole pub to compensate. After a meal of cold beef but no mustard, they cheer up at the prospect of pineapple - but they've forgotten the tin opener. And nothing - not the penknife, the scissors, the hitcher, a sharp stone or the mast - can break into that tin. Their last night on the river involves another sing-song at another pub of course, but not before Harris and Montmorency survive a serious encounter with swans.

Three Men In A Boat has never been out of print since its first publication in 1889. In stark contrast to the adventure writers of the time - Kipling, Haggard and Stevenson - Jerome K Jerome gave us a story about three ordinary fellows having a jolly time down the river.

Pub singers....from Rose Bruford College

Music....provided by Gary Yershon, with Eddie Hession accordion

Dramatised by Chris Harrald

Original and adapted music by Gary Yershon

Sound design: Eloise Whitmore

Producer: Melanie Harris

Executive Producer: Polly Thomas

A Sparklab production for BBC Radio 4.

02 LAST2013092220130928

Harris, unable to recollect words or tune, attempts a comic song - to the dismay of all.

The Now Show's Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt with Julian Rhind-Tutt from Green Wing star in a sparkling new dramatisation of Jerome K.Jerome's comic classic.

In Edwardian London, three carefree young men and their dog, Montmorency, plan a rowing holiday down the Thames to Oxford. But nothing goes smoothly.

Episode 2:

Harris, unable to recollect words or tune, attempts a comic song - to the dismay of J, George and other revellers. J buys a round for the whole pub to compensate. After a meal of cold beef but no mustard, they cheer up at the prospect of pineapple - but they've forgotten the tin opener. And nothing - not the penknife, the scissors, the hitcher, a sharp stone or the mast - can break into that tin. Their last night on the river involves another sing-song at another pub of course, but not before Harris and Montmorency survive a serious encounter with swans.

Three Men In A Boat has never been out of print since its first publication in 1889. In stark contrast to the adventure writers of the time - Kipling, Haggard and Stevenson - Jerome K Jerome gave us a story about three ordinary fellows having a jolly time down the river.

Pub singers ............from Rose Bruford College

Music...................... provided by Gary Yershon, with Eddie Hession accordion

Dramatised by Chris Harrald

Original and adapted music by Gary Yershon

Sound design: Eloise Whitmore

Producer: Melanie Harris

Executive Producer: Polly Thomas

A Sparklab production for BBC Radio 4.