Friday, 17 July 2009

Did I mention Alison Steadman's in it?

Should you have missed the first of the new series of Cabin Pressure - and heaven knows, what with it going out at 11:30 in the morning on a weekday, who wouldn't - you can listen to it here for one week starting... now.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00lmcyc/Cabin_Pressure_Helsinki/


I'm not saying you have to, I'm just saying you can.

9 comments:

Stu said...

Excellent ... welcome back to both the airways and the airwaves ...

Dave Shelton said...

Wonderful stuff again. Thank you.

Lyn said...

Loved the first episode. As Arthur would say, "Brilliant!"

heyjimtitus said...

Ah, greatness again. So welcome back, John and thanks. Oh, and thanks also to the BBC for bringing us the second series - and allowing me to listen here in the US.

Stuart Blair said...

Thank God. I love this show.

Any chance of it appearing on audible.co.uk like the first series did?

LynneM said...

Welcome back, and congratulations John. It's great to have Series 2 to recommend to everyone- episode 1 did not disappoint: perfect script, perfect casting.
PS I like Helsinki- it's a very lovely city really!

Mr. Controversy said...

Missed Helsinki, but got to listen to Gdansk. Hysterical work as usual, John. Can't wait for the next episode.

Mark said...

You are brilliant - the cast and script are brilliant - you paint such a vivid picture in my mind... it's amazing. I found it by accident... and have loved it ever since... A very happy 31 year old.. any news on doing any more... albeit... can they transmit it at a better time... 11:30 on a Friday Morning... Thank God/Allah/(any other immortal being) for iPlayer..

Please, please, please say you'll write millions of episodes... they are just genius... I bet you the next three months salary.... oh! actually... that's what you want me to say... (!)

For someone who is really not the demographic... Well Done and Keep It Up...

PS: I am sorry for the .... problem I'll be speaking in txt sn :)

Mark x

Stephen Anderson said...

Just for balance:

I found the series to be uninventive, technically inaccurate and overly reliant on stereotypes and sarcasm. One wonders if these scripts were written in the 1980s and dusted-off for Radio 4.

I shan't be listening again.

Discuss.