Trodd En Bratt Say 'well Done You'

Comedy sketches written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd, stars of Radio 4's Showstoppers.

Trodd en Bratt Say 'Well Done You' is a character sketch show written and performed by the warmly absurd double act Trodd en Bratt. What happens when you put together jaded (sorry, 'experienced') comedy circuit veteran Ruth Bratt (Derek, Quick Cuts, Ministry of Curious Stuff, Mongrels) and 'serious circuit' enthusiast Lucy Trodd (famous for her fruit impressions)?

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012014061920150210 (R4)

Nominated for Best Comedy in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2015, Trodd en Bratt Say 'Well Done You' is a comedy sketch show written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd, stars of Radio 4's Showstoppers.

What happens when you put together jaded (sorry, 'experienced') comedy circuit veteran Ruth Bratt (Derek, People Just Do Nothing, Quick Cuts, Ministry of Curious Stuff, Mongrels) and 'serious circuit' enthusiast Lucy Trodd (famous for her fruit impressions)?

This week Ruth gets to perform her favourite sketch featuring eight different Kens - she just has to get Lucy to understand it. Meanwhile the 1940's divas who run a lighthouse can't work out whose turn it is to switch on the light; and on Wetumpka's public access radio station, Thandie is trying to find her clumsy and slightly terrifying daughter Lily-Rose-May a date.

Written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Supporting cast: Adam Meggido and Oliver Senton

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Composer: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Ben Worsfield

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

Comedy sketches written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd, stars of Radio 4's Showstoppers.

Trodd en Bratt Say 'Well Done You' is a character sketch show written and performed by the warmly absurd double act Trodd en Bratt. What happens when you put together jaded (sorry, 'experienced') comedy circuit veteran Ruth Bratt (Derek, Quick Cuts, Ministry of Curious Stuff, Mongrels) and 'serious circuit' enthusiast Lucy Trodd (famous for her fruit impressions)?

022014062620150217 (R4)

Nominated for Best Comedy in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2015, Trodd en Bratt Say 'Well Done You' is a comedy sketch show written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd, stars of Radio 4's Showstoppers.

This week there's a robbery in the Fings and Bobs shop, but Anja and Benjio are only too happy to help the robber find his way around. Meanwhile, Mary's dark secret threatens to ruin her church choir's concert; and Ruth tries to confront a colleague with a distracting verbal tick.

Written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Supporting cast: Adam Meggido and Oliver Senton

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Composer: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Ben Worsfield

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

Comedy sketch show written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd, stars of Radio 4's Showstoppers.

This week, there's a robbery in the Fings and Bobs shop but Anja and Benjio are only too happy to help the robber find his way around. Meanwhile, Mary's dark secret threatens to ruin her church choir's concert, and Lucy writes a song for a new Bond villain based on a popular 1980's recipe.

032014070320150224 (R4)

Nominated for Best Comedy in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2015, Trodd en Bratt Say 'Well Done You' is a comedy sketch show written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd, stars of Radio 4's Showstoppers.

This week a pair of American tourists visit St Paul's cathedral to confess their sins; there's an unexpected rendezvous at the train station waiting for the 4:18 to Hatfield; and a student council meeting unearths some dark secrets.

Written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Supporting cast: Adam Meggido and Oliver Senton

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Composer: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Ben Worsfield

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

Comedy sketch show written by and starring Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd from Radio 4's Showstoppers.

A pair of American tourists visit St Paul's cathedral to confess their sins, there's an unexpected rendezvous at the train station waiting for the 4:18 to Hatfield, and a student council meeting unearths some dark secrets.

042014071020150303 (R4)

Nominated for Best Comedy in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2015, Trodd en Bratt Say 'Well Done You' is a comedy sketch show written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd, stars of Radio 4's Showstoppers.

This week Ruth gets carried away when she's put in charge of the sound effects for Lucy's serious radio drama; Adam and Oliver finally build up the courage to speak their minds about their tiny roles in the show, and there's an advert for a decisiveness course. Probably.

Written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Supporting cast: Adam Meggido and Oliver Senton

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Composer: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Ben Worsfield

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

04 LAST20140710

Comedy sketch show written by and starring Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd from Radio 4's Showstoppers.

Ruth gets carried away when she's put in charge of the sound effects for Lucy's serious radio drama, Adam and Oliver finally build up the courage to speak their minds about their tiny roles in the show, and there's an advert for a decisiveness course. Probably.

Written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Supporting cast: Adam Meggido and Oliver Senton

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Composer: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Ben Worsfield

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

01012014061920150217 (BBC7)
20161227 (BBC7)
20150210 (R4)

Comedy sketches written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd, stars of Radio 4's Showstoppers.

Trodd en Bratt Say 'Well Done You' is a character sketch show written and performed by the warmly absurd double act Trodd en Bratt. What happens when you put together jaded (sorry, 'experienced') comedy circuit veteran Ruth Bratt (Derek, Quick Cuts, Ministry of Curious Stuff, Mongrels) and 'serious circuit' enthusiast Lucy Trodd (famous for her fruit impressions)?

Nominated for Best Comedy in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2015, Trodd en Bratt Say 'Well Done You' is a comedy sketch show written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd, stars of Radio 4's Showstoppers.

What happens when you put together jaded (sorry, 'experienced') comedy circuit veteran Ruth Bratt (Derek, People Just Do Nothing, Quick Cuts, Ministry of Curious Stuff, Mongrels) and 'serious circuit' enthusiast Lucy Trodd (famous for her fruit impressions)?

This week Ruth gets to perform her favourite sketch featuring eight different Kens - she just has to get Lucy to understand it. Meanwhile the 1940's divas who run a lighthouse can't work out whose turn it is to switch on the light; and on Wetumpka's public access radio station, Thandie is trying to find her clumsy and slightly terrifying daughter Lily-Rose-May a date.

Written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Supporting cast: Adam Meggido and Oliver Senton

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Composer: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Ben Worsfield

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

Ruth gets to perform her favourite sketch - she just has to get Lucy to understand it.

01022014062620150224 (BBC7)
20170103 (BBC7)
20150217 (R4)

Nominated for Best Comedy in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2015, Trodd en Bratt Say 'Well Done You' is a comedy sketch show written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd, stars of Radio 4's Showstoppers.

This week there's a robbery in the Fings and Bobs shop, but Anja and Benjio are only too happy to help the robber find his way around. Meanwhile, Mary's dark secret threatens to ruin her church choir's concert; and Ruth tries to confront a colleague with a distracting verbal tick.

Written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Supporting cast: Adam Meggido and Oliver Senton

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Composer: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Ben Worsfield

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

There is a robbery in the Fings and Bobs shop, and Ruth confronts a colleague with a tic.

This week, there's a robbery in the Fings and Bobs shop but Anja and Benjio are only too happy to help the robber find his way around. Meanwhile, Mary's dark secret threatens to ruin her church choir's concert, and Lucy writes a song for a new Bond villain based on a popular 1980's recipe.

01032014070320150303 (BBC7)
20170110 (BBC7)
20150224 (R4)

Nominated for Best Comedy in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2015, Trodd en Bratt Say 'Well Done You' is a comedy sketch show written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd, stars of Radio 4's Showstoppers.

This week a pair of American tourists visit St Paul's cathedral to confess their sins; there's an unexpected rendezvous at the train station waiting for the 4:18 to Hatfield; and a student council meeting unearths some dark secrets.

Written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Supporting cast: Adam Meggido and Oliver Senton

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Composer: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Ben Worsfield

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

A pair of American tourists visit St Paul's Cathedral to confess their sins.

A pair of American tourists visit St Paul's cathedral to confess their sins, there's an unexpected rendezvous at the train station waiting for the 4:18 to Hatfield, and a student council meeting unearths some dark secrets.

0104 LAST2014071020150310 (BBC7)
20170117 (BBC7)
20150303 (R4)

Ruth gets carried away when she's put in charge of the sound effects for Lucy's serious radio drama, Adam and Oliver finally build up the courage to speak their minds about their tiny roles in the show, and there's an advert for a decisiveness course. Probably.

Ruth gets carried away with the sound effects for Lucy's serious radio drama.

Nominated for Best Comedy in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2015, Trodd en Bratt Say 'Well Done You' is a comedy sketch show written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd, stars of Radio 4's Showstoppers.

This week Ruth gets carried away when she's put in charge of the sound effects for Lucy's serious radio drama; Adam and Oliver finally build up the courage to speak their minds about their tiny roles in the show, and there's an advert for a decisiveness course. Probably.

Written and performed by Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Supporting cast: Adam Meggido and Oliver Senton

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Composer: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Ben Worsfield

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

020120151122

A fun packed second series from comedy duo Lucy Trodd and Ruth Bratt. Sketches and songs from a whole range of new characters, with the occasional appearance from some old favourites.

The first series was nominated for Best Comedy at the BBC Audio awards 2014, and all four performers have recently been on the West End stage as part of the smash hit Showstopper: The Improvised Musical - and were part of the show when it graced the Radio 4 airwaves a few years ago.

This week we meet the masseuses who might make your visit to their spa more than a little stressful, we find out whether Mary's embarrassing flatulence has got any better (I wouldn't hold your breath - well, actually I might) and find out who Julia is - or was.

Performers:

Lucy Trodd

Ruth Bratt

Adam Meggido

Oliver Senton

Written by: Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Original music: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Steve Doherty

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

02012015112220151127 (BBC7)
20151128 (BBC7)

New characters and old favourites from sketch comedy duo Lucy Trodd and Ruth Bratt.

A fun packed second series from comedy duo Lucy Trodd and Ruth Bratt. Sketches and songs from a whole range of new characters, with the occasional appearance from some old favourites.

The first series was nominated for Best Comedy at the BBC Audio awards 2014, and all four performers have recently been on the West End stage as part of the smash hit Showstopper: The Improvised Musical - and were part of the show when it graced the Radio 4 airwaves a few years ago.

This week we meet the masseuses who might make your visit to their spa more than a little stressful, we find out whether Mary's embarrassing flatulence has got any better (I wouldn't hold your breath - well, actually I might) and find out who Julia is - or was.

Performers:

Lucy Trodd

Ruth Bratt

Adam Meggido

Oliver Senton

Written by: Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Original music: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Steve Doherty

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

02022015112920151204 (BBC7)
20151205 (BBC7)

A fun packed second series from comedy duo Lucy Trodd and Ruth Bratt. Sketches and songs from a whole range of new characters, with the occasional appearance from some old favourites.

The first series was nominated for Best Comedy at the BBC Audio awards 2014, and all four performers have recently been on the West End stage as part of the smash hit Showstopper: The Improvised Musical - and were part of the show when it graced the Radio 4 airwaves a few years ago.

This week we find out what voguish new venture Huxley and Gulliver have got themselves wrapped up in, we meet the busiest ladies in town and, direct from Paris, a rare appearance by The Centipede Sisters.

Performers:

Lucy Trodd

Ruth Bratt

Adam Meggido

Oliver Senton

Written by: Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Original music: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Steve Doherty

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

New characters and old favourites from sketch comedy duo Lucy Trodd and Ruth Bratt.

020220151129

A fun packed second series from comedy duo Lucy Trodd and Ruth Bratt. Sketches and songs from a whole range of new characters, with the occasional appearance from some old favourites.

The first series was nominated for Best Comedy at the BBC Audio awards 2014, and all four performers have recently been on the West End stage as part of the smash hit Showstopper: The Improvised Musical - and were part of the show when it graced the Radio 4 airwaves a few years ago.

This week we find out what voguish new venture Huxley and Gulliver have got themselves wrapped up in, we meet the busiest ladies in town and, direct from Paris, a rare appearance by The Centipede Sisters.

Performers:

Lucy Trodd

Ruth Bratt

Adam Meggido

Oliver Senton

Written by: Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Original music: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Steve Doherty

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

020320151206

A fun packed second series from comedy duo Lucy Trodd and Ruth Bratt. Sketches and songs from a whole range of new characters, with the occasional appearance from some old favourites.

The first series was nominated for Best Comedy at the BBC Audio awards 2014, and all four performers have recently been on the West End stage as part of the smash hit Showstopper: The Improvised Musical - and were part of the show when it graced the Radio 4 airwaves a few years ago.

Performers:

Lucy Trodd

Ruth Bratt

Adam Meggido

Oliver Senton

Written by: Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Original music: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Steve Doherty

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

020320151206

A fun packed second series from comedy duo Lucy Trodd and Ruth Bratt. Sketches and songs from a whole range of new characters, with the occasional appearance from some old favourites.

The first series was nominated for Best Comedy at the BBC Audio awards 2014, and all four performers have recently been on the West End stage as part of the smash hit Showstopper: The Improvised Musical - and were part of the show when it graced the Radio 4 airwaves a few years ago.

Performers:

Lucy Trodd

Ruth Bratt

Adam Meggido

Oliver Senton

Written by: Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Original music: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Steve Doherty

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

020420151213

The fun packed second series from comedy duo Lucy Trodd and Ruth Bratt draws to a conclusion. Sketches and songs from a whole range of new characters, with the occasional appearance from some old favourites.

The first series was nominated for Best Comedy at the BBC Audio awards 2014, and all four performers have recently been on the West End stage as part of the smash hit Showstopper: The Improvised Musical - and were part of the show when it graced the Radio 4 airwaves a few years ago.

This week the vaguely European owners of the Fings and Bobs Novelty Shop make a return visit to Wherever-we-come-from-Land, Evelyn and Gertie try to be nice and - there's been a murder!

Performers:

Lucy Trodd

Ruth Bratt

Adam Meggido

Oliver Senton

Written and created by: Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Original music: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Steve Doherty

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.

0204 LAST2015121320151218 (BBC7)
20151219 (BBC7)

Evelyn and Gertie try to be nice, and - there's been a murder!

The fun packed second series from comedy duo Lucy Trodd and Ruth Bratt draws to a conclusion. Sketches and songs from a whole range of new characters, with the occasional appearance from some old favourites.

The first series was nominated for Best Comedy at the BBC Audio awards 2014, and all four performers have recently been on the West End stage as part of the smash hit Showstopper: The Improvised Musical - and were part of the show when it graced the Radio 4 airwaves a few years ago.

This week the vaguely European owners of the Fings and Bobs Novelty Shop make a return visit to Wherever-we-come-from-Land, Evelyn and Gertie try to be nice and - there's been a murder!

Performers:

Lucy Trodd

Ruth Bratt

Adam Meggido

Oliver Senton

Written and created by: Ruth Bratt and Lucy Trodd

Script Editor: Jon Hunter

Original music: Duncan Walsh Atkins

Producer: Steve Doherty

A Lucky Giant production for BBC Radio 4.