Two Episodes Of Mash

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This week, Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) returns to the network with a brand new series full of silly, surreal humour which Diane & Joe describe as "low-key, mundane glamour". This four-part series also features Perrier Award-winner David O'Doherty and BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce.

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around. The series follows the same format as the pilot. Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter. In the series listeners will:

* Meet the human cannonball, who has been blasted to Ilford from Belgium by mistake. He asks "...who's going to sign my time sheet now?".

* Discover what happens when Rapunzel gets an intercom...

* Learn how Buzz Aldrin missed out on being the first man to walk on the moon...

* Find out what Spiders think about when their trapped under a glass...

Also, in Episode 1: Diane and Joe find out that David O'Doherty has failed to come up with a theme tune for the show, despite having three months notice. Their Boss (Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce) is also not amused!

Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) returns to BBC Radio 2.

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This week, Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) returns to the network with a brand new series full of silly, surreal humour which Diane & Joe describe as "low-key, mundane glamour". This four-part series also features David O'Doherty and BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce.

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around. The series follows the same format as the pilot. Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter. In the series listeners will:

* Meet the human cannonball, who has been blasted to Ilford from Belgium by mistake. He asks "...who's going to sign my time sheet now?".

* Discover what happens when Rapunzel gets an intercom...

* Learn how Buzz Aldrin missed out on being the first man to walk on the moon...

* Find out what Spiders think about when their trapped under a glass...

Also, in Episode 1: Diane and Joe find out that David O'Doherty has failed to come up with a theme tune for the show, despite having three months notice. Their Boss (Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce) is also not amused!

Two Episodes of Mash returns to BBC Radio 2.

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Two Episodes of Mash is a comedy sketch show starring Daine Morgan and Joe Wilkinson with support from David O'Doherty and Ken Bruce. Episode two (of four) is full of silly, surreal sketches described by Diane & Joe as "low-key, mundane glamour".

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around. Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter.

In Episode 2 Joe reveals he has blown the programme budget on a life-size ice sculpture of Tim Henman. With the help of David O'Doherty, the pair look for ways to raise money so they can finish the show. Fundraising ideas include facepainting and lying in a bath of beans.

Episode 2 of comedy sketch show 'Two Episodes of Mash' with Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson

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Two Episodes of Mash is a comedy sketch show starring Daine Morgan and Joe Wilkinson with support from David O'Doherty and Ken Bruce. Episode two (of four) is full of silly, surreal sketches described by Diane & Joe as "low-key, mundane glamour".

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around. Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter.

In Episode 2 Joe reveals he has blown the programme budget on a life-size ice sculpture of Tim Henman. With the help of David O'Doherty, the pair look for ways to raise money so they can finish the show. Fundraising ideas include facepainting and lying in a bath of beans.

Episode 2 of comedy sketch show 'Two Episodes of Mash' with Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson

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Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) returns to the network with a brand new series full of silly, surreal humour described by Diane & Joe as "low-key, mundane glamour" with support from Perrier Award-winner David O'Doherty, BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce, Paul Harry Allen and Jimmy Carr.

In Episode 3 David organises an Outside Broadcast.

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around. The series follows the same format as the pilot. Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter.

Episode 3 of Radio 2's comedy sketch show 'Two Episodes of Mash'.

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Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) returns to the network with a brand new series full of silly, surreal humour described by Diane & Joe as "low-key, mundane glamour" with support from Perrier Award-winner David O'Doherty, BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce, Paul Harry Allen and Jimmy Carr.

In Episode 3 David organises an Outside Broadcast.

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around. The series follows the same format as the pilot. Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter.

Episode 3 of Radio 2's comedy sketch show 'Two Episodes of Mash'.

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Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) is a comedy sketch show full of silly, surreal humour described as "low-key, mundane glamour". This final episode in a four-part series features performances by Perrier Award-winner David O'Doherty & BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce.

The final episode of Radio 2's comedy sketch show 'Two Episodes of Mash'.

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Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) is a comedy sketch show full of silly, surreal humour described as "low-key, mundane glamour". This final episode in a four-part series features performances by Perrier Award-winner David O'Doherty & BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce.

The final episode of Radio 2's comedy sketch show 'Two Episodes of Mash'.

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This week, Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) returns to the network with a brand new series full of silly, surreal humour which Diane and Joe describe as "low-key, mundane glamour". This four-part series also features David O'Doherty and BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce.

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around. The series follows the same format as the pilot. Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter. In the series listeners will:

* Meet the human cannonball, who has been blasted to Ilford from Belgium by mistake. He asks "...who's going to sign my time sheet now?".

* Discover what happens when Rapunzel gets an intercom...

* Learn how Buzz Aldrin missed out on being the first man to walk on the moon...

* Find out what Spiders think about when their trapped under a glass...

Also, in Episode 1: Diane and Joe find out that David O'Doherty has failed to come up with a theme tune for the show, despite having three months notice. Their Boss (Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce) is also not amused!

Two Episodes of Mash returns to BBC Radio 2.

This week, Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) returns to the network with a brand new series full of silly, surreal humour which Diane and Joe describe as "low-key, mundane glamour".

This four-part series also features Perrier Award-winner David O'Doherty and BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce.

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around.

The series follows the same format as the pilot.

Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter.

In the series listeners will:

* Meet the human cannonball, who has been blasted to Ilford from Belgium by mistake.

He asks "...who's going to sign my time sheet now?".

Also, in Episode 1: Diane and Joe find out that David O'Doherty has failed to come up with a theme tune for the show, despite having three months notice.

Their Boss (Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce) is also not amused!

Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) returns to BBC Radio 2.

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This week, Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) returns to the network with a brand new series full of silly, surreal humour which Diane & Joe describe as "low-key, mundane glamour". This four-part series also features David O'Doherty and BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce.

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around. The series follows the same format as the pilot. Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter. In the series listeners will:

* Meet the human cannonball, who has been blasted to Ilford from Belgium by mistake. He asks "...who's going to sign my time sheet now?".

* Discover what happens when Rapunzel gets an intercom...

* Learn how Buzz Aldrin missed out on being the first man to walk on the moon...

* Find out what Spiders think about when their trapped under a glass...

Also, in Episode 1: Diane and Joe find out that David O'Doherty has failed to come up with a theme tune for the show, despite having three months notice. Their Boss (Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce) is also not amused!

Two Episodes of Mash returns to BBC Radio 2.

This week, Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) returns to the network with a brand new series full of silly, surreal humour which Diane & Joe describe as "low-key, mundane glamour".

This four-part series also features Perrier Award-winner David O'Doherty and BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce.

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around.

The series follows the same format as the pilot.

Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter.

In the series listeners will:

* Meet the human cannonball, who has been blasted to Ilford from Belgium by mistake.

He asks "...who's going to sign my time sheet now?".

Also, in Episode 1: Diane and Joe find out that David O'Doherty has failed to come up with a theme tune for the show, despite having three months notice.

Their Boss (Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce) is also not amused!

Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) returns to BBC Radio 2.

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Two Episodes of Mash is a comedy sketch show starring Daine Morgan and Joe Wilkinson with support from David O'Doherty and Ken Bruce. Episode two (of four) is full of silly, surreal sketches described by Diane and Joe as "low-key, mundane glamour".

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around. Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter.

In Episode 2 Joe reveals he has blown the programme budget on a life-size ice sculpture of Tim Henman. With the help of David O'Doherty, the pair look for ways to raise money so they can finish the show. Fundraising ideas include facepainting and lying in a bath of beans.

Episode 2 of comedy sketch show 'Two Episodes of Mash' with Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson

Two Episodes of Mash is a comedy sketch show starring Daine Morgan and Joe Wilkinson with support from David O'Doherty and Ken Bruce.

Episode two (of four) is full of silly, surreal sketches described by Diane and Joe as "low-key, mundane glamour".

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around.

Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter.

In Episode 2 Joe reveals he has blown the programme budget on a life-size ice sculpture of Tim Henman.

With the help of David O'Doherty, the pair look for ways to raise money so they can finish the show.

Fundraising ideas include facepainting and lying in a bath of beans.

01022011101520120310

Two Episodes of Mash is a comedy sketch show starring Daine Morgan and Joe Wilkinson with support from David O'Doherty and Ken Bruce. Episode two (of four) is full of silly, surreal sketches described by Diane & Joe as "low-key, mundane glamour".

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around. Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter.

In Episode 2 Joe reveals he has blown the programme budget on a life-size ice sculpture of Tim Henman. With the help of David O'Doherty, the pair look for ways to raise money so they can finish the show. Fundraising ideas include facepainting and lying in a bath of beans.

Episode 2 of comedy sketch show 'Two Episodes of Mash' with Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson

Two Episodes of Mash is a comedy sketch show starring Daine Morgan and Joe Wilkinson with support from David O'Doherty and Ken Bruce.

Episode two (of four) is full of silly, surreal sketches described by Diane & Joe as "low-key, mundane glamour".

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around.

Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter.

In Episode 2 Joe reveals he has blown the programme budget on a life-size ice sculpture of Tim Henman.

With the help of David O'Doherty, the pair look for ways to raise money so they can finish the show.

Fundraising ideas include facepainting and lying in a bath of beans.

01032011102220120317 (R2)

Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) returns to the network with a brand new series full of silly, surreal humour described by Diane and Joe as "low-key, mundane glamour" with support from Perrier Award-winner David O'Doherty, BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce, Paul Harry Allen and Jimmy Carr.

In Episode 3 David organises an Outside Broadcast.

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around.

The series follows the same format as the pilot.

Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter.

Episode 3 of Radio 2's comedy sketch show 'Two Episodes of Mash'.

01032011102220120317

Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) returns to the network with a brand new series full of silly, surreal humour described by Diane & Joe as "low-key, mundane glamour" with support from Perrier Award-winner David O'Doherty, BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce, Paul Harry Allen and Jimmy Carr.

In Episode 3 David organises an Outside Broadcast.

Two Episodes of Mash was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comedic talent around.

The series follows the same format as the pilot.

Each show is a mix of silly sketches interspersed with Diane and Joe's side-splitting banter.

Episode 3 of Radio 2's comedy sketch show 'Two Episodes of Mash'.

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Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) is a comedy sketch show full of silly, surreal humour described as "low-key, mundane glamour". This final episode in a four-part series features performances by Perrier Award-winner David O'Doherty and BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce.

The final episode of Radio 2's comedy sketch show 'Two Episodes of Mash'.

Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) is a comedy sketch show full of silly, surreal humour described as "low-key, mundane glamour".

This final episode in a four-part series features performances by Perrier Award-winner David O'Doherty and BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce

0104 LAST2011102920120324

Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) is a comedy sketch show full of silly, surreal humour described as "low-key, mundane glamour". This final episode in a four-part series features performances by Perrier Award-winner David O'Doherty & BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce.

The final episode of Radio 2's comedy sketch show 'Two Episodes of Mash'.

Two Episodes of Mash (a.k.a Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson) is a comedy sketch show full of silly, surreal humour described as "low-key, mundane glamour".

This final episode in a four-part series features performances by Perrier Award-winner David O'Doherty & BBC Radio 2 Presenter Ken Bruce.

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Find out why Rapunzel is getting a haircut, and what spiders do for entertainment.

The show is a mix of silly, surreal sketches and banter. The series also has an absurd narrative, which makes fun of its new home at Radio 4. In Episode 1: Diane and Joe discover they don't actually have a radio series at all. You can also see an animation of one sketch on the Radio 4 website - it's a fishy tale.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Paul Harry Allen, Peter Donaldson, Ken Bruce, Bobbie Pryor and Gary Newman. Animation: Tom Rourke. Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

The show is a mix of silly, surreal sketches and banter. The series also has an absurd narrative, which makes fun of its new home at Radio 4. In Episode 1: Diane and Joe discover they don't actually have a radio series at all. You can also see an animation of one sketch on the Radio 4 website - it's a fishy tale.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Paul Harry Allen, Peter Donaldson, Ken Bruce, Bobbie Pryor and Gary Newman. Animation: Tom Rourke. Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

The show is a mix of silly, surreal sketches and banter. The series also has an absurd narrative, which makes fun of its new home at Radio 4. In Episode 1: Diane and Joe discover they don't actually have a radio series at all.

02012012090620150430 (R4)

The show is a mix of silly, surreal sketches and banter. The series also has an absurd narrative, which makes fun of its new home at Radio 4. In Episode 1: Diane and Joe discover they don't actually have a radio series at all. You can also see an animation of one sketch on the Radio 4 website - it's a fishy tale.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Paul Harry Allen, Peter Donaldson, Ken Bruce, Bobbie Pryor & Gary Newman. Animation: Tom Rourke. Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

The show is a mix of silly, surreal sketches and banter. The series also has an absurd narrative, which makes fun of its new home at Radio 4. In Episode 1: Diane and Joe discover they don't actually have a radio series at all. You can also see an animation of one sketch on the Radio 4 website - it's a fishy tale.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Paul Harry Allen, Peter Donaldson, Ken Bruce, Bobbie Pryor & Gary Newman. Animation: Tom Rourke. Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

The show is a mix of silly, surreal sketches and banter. The series also has an absurd narrative, which makes fun of its new home at Radio 4. In Episode 1: Diane and Joe discover they don't actually have a radio series at all. You can also see an animation of one sketch on the Radio 4 website - it's a fishy tale.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Paul Harry Allen, Peter Donaldson, Ken Bruce, Bobbie Pryor & Gary Newman. Animation: Tom Rourke. Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

The critically acclaimed comedy sketch show 'Two Episodes of Mash' transfers to BBC Radio 4 with a new series packed full of silly, surreal sketches and banter. It stars Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson, who describe their brand of humour as "low-key mundane glamour". This four-part series also features 2008 If. Award-winner David O'Doherty (in all four episodes), Aled Jones (in episodes 3 & 4) and Paul Harry Allen as the hard done by BBC Security Guard and others. There are also very brief appearances by Radio 4's Peter Donaldson (Episode 1) and Radio 2's Ken Bruce (Episode 1).

In this series listeners will discover:

* Evil Knievel's middle name...

* What spiders do for entertainment...

* Why Rapunzel is getting her hair cut.

An online animation of one of the sketches will be available on the Radio 4 website just before transmission: www.bbc.co.uk/radio4

The series has an absurd narrative, which makes fun of its new home at BBC Radio 4. In Episode 1: Diane and Joe discover they don't actually have a radio series at all.

BACKGROUND:

'Two Episodes of Mash' was the stand out success of BBC Radio 2's 2010 Comedy Showcase; a series of pilots showcasing the best new comic talent around. The broadcast pilot was followed by a critically acclaimed four part series on Radio 2 in Oct 2011.

REVIEWS:

"Quietly funny, delicately surreal, hugely inventive. It richly deserves to come back..." Gillian Reynolds, The Telegraph

"The overall impression is shambolic, but don't let that fool you; the moments of silence, lapses in concentration and misplaced judgements of taste are cleverly scripted comedic tools that give this highly professional duo - Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson - the air of amateurs... Once more, the sketches where they pretend to be animals are the funniest but there are also glimpses of surreal genius" The Radio Times (15th Oct 2011)

"Two Episodes of Mash feels like a Radio 4 comedy. It is really funny. Diane Morgan and Joe Wilkinson are brilliant at what they term "low-key mundane glamour... What makes it so humorous is that it's all deadpan and matter of fact. The show is confident, but sounds humble; it is huge in its ideas but feels modest". The Guardian (17th October 2011)

"Quietly funny, delicately surreal, hugely inventive. Listen while you can. Comedy on Radio 2, according to DQF, is up for the chop. Couldn't it transfer to Radio 4?" Gillian Reynolds, The Telegraph (11th Oct 2011)

OTHER CREDITS:

Diane Morgan - Live At The Electric (BBC Three), Him and Her (BBC Three - 3rd series), Mount Pleasant (Sky), Mock the Week (BBC Two), In the Family (BBC Radio 4)...

Joe Wilkinson - Live At The Electric (BBC Three), Him and Her (BBC Three - series 1, 2 & 3), Have I Got News For You (BBC 1)...

Find out why Rapunzel is getting a haircut, and what spiders do for entertainment.

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In Episode 2: We pick up with 'Two Episodes of Mash' (Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson and David O'Doherty) a week after David barricaded them inside the Radio 4 studio. He's taken all the Radio 4 microphones hostage in an attempt to make the network give them their own radio series. They fill air-time in their own unique way with their version of the news, weather, sport, traffic and a fly on the wall documentary about working behind the scenes on a sketch show. Things take a turn for the worse when David receives a call from the Radio 4 Negotiator.

An online animation of their Fishing Sketch by Tom Rourke is available on the Radio 4 website.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pyor & Gary Newman. Producer: Clair Wordsworth

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In Episode 2: We pick up with 'Two Episodes of Mash' (Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson and David O'Doherty) a week after David barricaded them inside the Radio 4 studio. He's taken all the Radio 4 microphones hostage in an attempt to make the network give them their own radio series. They fill air-time in their own unique way with their version of the news, weather, sport, traffic and a fly on the wall documentary about working behind the scenes on a sketch show. Things take a turn for the worse when David receives a call from the Radio 4 Negotiator.

An online animation of their Fishing Sketch by Tom Rourke is available on the Radio 4 website.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pyor & Gary Newman. Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

In Episode 2: We pick up with 'Two Episodes of Mash' (Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson and David O'Doherty) a week after David barricaded them inside the Radio 4 studio. He's taken all the Radio 4 microphones hostage in an attempt to make the network give them their own radio series. They fill air-time in their own unique way with their version of the news, weather, sport, traffic and a fly on the wall documentary about working behind the scenes on a sketch show. Things take a turn for the worse when David receives a call from the Radio 4 Negotiator.

An online animation of their Fishing Sketch by Tom Rourke is available on the Radio 4 website.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pyor & Gary Newman. Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

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In Episode 2: We pick up with 'Two Episodes of Mash' (Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson and David O'Doherty) a week after David barricaded them inside the Radio 4 studio. He's taken all the Radio 4 microphones hostage in an attempt to make the network give them their own radio series. They fill air-time in their own unique way with their version of the news, weather, sport, traffic and a fly on the wall documentary about working behind the scenes on a sketch show. Things take a turn for the worse when David receives a call from the Radio 4 Negotiator.

An online animation of their Fishing Sketch by Tom Rourke is available on the Radio 4 website.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pyor & Gary Newman. Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

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News, weather, sport and a fly on the wall documentary.

In Episode 2: We pick up with 'Two Episodes of Mash' (Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson and David O'Doherty) a week after David barricaded them inside the Radio 4 studio. He's taken all the Radio 4 microphones hostage in an attempt to make the network give them their own radio series. They fill air-time in their own unique way with their version of the news, weather, sport, traffic and a fly on the wall documentary about working behind the scenes on a sketch show. Things take a turn for the worse when David receives a call from the Radio 4 Negotiator.

An online animation of their Fishing Sketch by Tom Rourke is available on the Radio 4 website.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pyor and Gary Newman. Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

In Episode 2: We pick up with 'Two Episodes of Mash' (Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson and David O'Doherty) a week after David barricaded them inside the Radio 4 studio. He's taken all the Radio 4 microphones hostage in an attempt to make the network give them their own radio series. They fill air-time in their own unique way with their version of the news, weather, sport, traffic and a fly on the wall documentary about working behind the scenes on a sketch show. Things take a turn for the worse when David receives a call from the Radio 4 Negotiator.

An online animation of their Fishing Sketch by Tom Rourke is available on the Radio 4 website.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pyor and Gary Newman. Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

We pick up with 'Two Episodes of Mash' (Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson and David O'Doherty) a week after David barricaded them inside the Radio 4 studio. He's taken all the Radio 4 microphones hostage in an attempt to make the network give them their own radio series. They fill air-time in their own unique way with their version of the news, weather, sport, traffic and a fly on the wall documentary about working behind the scenes on a sketch show. Things take a turn for the worse when David receives a call from the Radio 4 Negotiator.

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Diane, Joe and David break loose from BBC Security and go on the run around Radio 4.

In Episode 3: Diane, Joe and David break loose from BBC Security and go on the run around Radio 4. We hear them crash into the radio station's usual programming (Book At Bedtime, The Archers...) before making their getaway with Aled Jones.

An animation of their Fishing Sketch by Tom Rourke can been seen on the Radio 4 website.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Aled Jones, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pryor and Gary Newman.

Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

In Episode 3: Diane, Joe and David break loose from BBC Security and go on the run around Radio 4. We hear them crash into the radio station's usual programming (Book At Bedtime, The Archers...) before making their getaway with Aled Jones.

An animation of their Fishing Sketch by Tom Rourke can been seen on the Radio 4 website.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Aled Jones, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pryor and Gary Newman.

Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

Diane, Joe and David break loose from BBC Security and go on the run around Radio 4. We hear them crash into the radio station's usual programming (Book At Bedtime, The Archers...) before making their getaway with Aled Jones

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In Episode 3: Diane, Joe and David break loose from BBC Security and go on the run around Radio 4. We hear them crash into the radio station's usual programming (Book At Bedtime, The Archers...) before making their getaway with Aled Jones.

An animation of their Fishing Sketch by Tom Rourke can been seen on the Radio 4 website.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Aled Jones, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pryor & Gary Newman.

Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

In Episode 3: Diane, Joe and David break loose from BBC Security and go on the run around Radio 4. We hear them crash into the radio station's usual programming before making their getaway with Aled Jones.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pryor & Gary Newman

02032012092020150521 (R4)

In Episode 3: Diane, Joe and David break loose from BBC Security and go on the run around Radio 4. We hear them crash into the radio station's usual programming (Book At Bedtime, The Archers...) before making their getaway with Aled Jones.

An animation of their Fishing Sketch by Tom Rourke can been seen on the Radio 4 website.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Aled Jones, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pryor & Gary Newman.

Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

In Episode 3: Diane, Joe and David break loose from BBC Security and go on the run around Radio 4. We hear them crash into the radio station's usual programming (Book At Bedtime, The Archers...) before making their getaway with Aled Jones.

An animation of their Fishing Sketch by Tom Rourke can been seen on the Radio 4 website.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Aled Jones, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pryor & Gary Newman.

Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

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In Episode 3: Diane, Joe and David break loose from BBC Security and go on the run around Radio 4. We hear them crash into the radio station's usual programming before making their getaway with Aled Jones.

An animation of their Fishing Sketch by Tom Rourke can been seen on the Radio 4 website.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pryor & Gary Newman.

Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

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In Episode 4: Diane, Joe and David have to do 30 minutes of community service as punishment for their crimes against radio.

You can see an animation by Tom Rourke on the Radio 4 website: www.bbc.co.uk/radio 4.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Aled Jones, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pryor and Gary Newman.

Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

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Diane, Joe and David have to do 30 minutes of community service as punishment for their crimes against radio.

In Episode 4: Diane, Joe and David have to do 30 minutes of community service as punishment for their crimes against radio.

You can see an animation by Tom Rourke on the Radio 4 website: www.bbc.co.uk/radio 4.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Aled Jones, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pryor and Gary Newman.

Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

Diane, Joe and David must do 30 minutes of community service for crimes against radio.

In Episode 4: Diane, Joe and David have to do 30 minutes of community service as punishment for their crimes against radio.

You can see an animation by Tom Rourke on the Radio 4 website: www.bbc.co.uk/radio 4.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Aled Jones, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pryor and Gary Newman.

Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

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In Episode 4: Diane, Joe and David have to do 30 minutes of community service as punishment for their crimes against radio.

You can see an animation by Tom Rourke on the Radio 4 website: www.bbc.co.uk/radio 4.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Aled Jones, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pryor and Gary Newman.

Producer: Clair Wordsworth.

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In Episode 4: Diane, Joe and David have to do 30 minutes of community service as punishment for their crimes against radio.

You can see an animation by Tom Rourke on the Radio 4 website: www.bbc.co.uk/radio 4.

Credits: Diane Morgan, Joe Wilkinson, David O'Doherty, Aled Jones, Paul Harry Allen, Bobbie Pryor and Gary Newman.

Producer: Clair Wordsworth