Tag: Comedy

  • Nostalgia Kick

    This week’s episode has Helen chatting via Zoom with another of her college friends. Esme (Essie) has moved to Houston, Tx with her partner BethAnn and it’s clear they both […]

  • Gift of Friendship

    Inspiration comes in many shapes and sizes. Sometimes it is literally an intake of breath. That’s what happened to me, when I first unwrapped the Christmas present from my dear […]

  • Madness or Method

    This morning, I woke up to find myself in that half-life, hazy world of here and now/there and then. I know I’m in my tiny crone cottage in Liverpool, but […]

  • Swings and Roundabouts

    It’s been quite a week, and apparently not just for me. A strange 7 days of nothing bad happening, but yet feeling stressed. And I’m happy to say, it seems […]

  • Caught out!

    Yesterday I recorded the latest episode in the adventures of Helen Docherty, as she traverses the rocky road to antiquity. But instead of doing all the voices myself, I called […]

  • Writing frenzy

    OK, I’m exaggerating. But I’m excited! So I’ve started writing a new episode before I’ve even recorded the last one. And new characters are popping up insisting on getting into […]

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