Monday, 14 May 2012

Three Other Things

Firstly, Cabin Pressure Series III is being repeated on Radio 4 at 6:30 on Tuesdays, starting tomorrow, with Qikiqtarjuaq. Please have your egg-whisks and pogo-sticks at the ready.

Secondly, I'm very happy to say all three series of Cabin Pressure are being released on CD this year, at the beginning of July, August, and September. You can pre-order them here:

Cabin Pressure Series 1

Cabin Pressure Series 2

Cabin Pressure Series 3

Also, it's looking hopeful that I may get the chance to mess around a bit on the inside cover. No promises, but if you have any suggestions for things you'd like to see, feel free to put them in the comments. There's not much room, so they'll have to be quite small things. I'm thinking along the lines of Carolyn's to do list, Douglas and Martin's cheese-board tally, or Arthur's favourite bear facts...

Thirdly, I was in a bookshop the other day, and saw these two books side by side. Though they're both huge sellers, I wonder if there is anyone in the world who has read them both...


123 comments:

Ellen M said...

Carolyn's to-do list would be fantastic, a tally score chart of Douglas vs Talisker would also be awesome, or perhaps the rules of Yellow Car ^_^

But, a picture of Arthur's Toblerone collection would be utterly Brilliant!

You rock, Mr Finnemore!

Kitten said...

What about some of Herc and Carolyn's text messages/love letters/assorted communications? For the third series.

Anonymous said...

I'd love to see your drawings of the characters - especially some of the minor ones, like Diego and Kieran.

Anonymous said...

A list of more things that make Arthur completely happy.
A drawing of Arthur's MJN Air brochure picture from Douz.
100 otters.
More examples of Arthur's phonetic alphabet.
More limericks.

Again, thank you for being so marvellous.
BethMAllen

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ubiquitouspitt said...

Excitement! More cast photos, I hope!

Sil T said...

Great, brilliant, amazing news! :)

I'd like to see each actor's drawing of their own character.

Love from Portugal

Pipit said...

How about a sheep chasing Herc with a jar of mint jelly and a murderously sharp sprig of rosemary for series 3?

Anonymous said...

a lemon. obviously. but hide it well!

Anonymous said...

I'd like to see each actor's drawings of the character they play. It would be lovely and funny to see all of your drawing skills :)

ladytory said...

I think you could probably hide a lemon in amongst 100 otters. Just a thought.

Kelly Penrose said...

a drawing of 100 otters on GERTI, a hidden lemon somewhere within another picture, some of Arthur's recipes... Pretty sure I'd be thrilled with whatever ends up in there :D

Helen said...

The artist formerly known as Arthur Milliner's design for his passenger-in-a-hat hat?

Whatever you decide, I can't wait to open those CDs!

Anonymous said...

yes! Hide a lemon somewhere on it, please.

G said...

How about a cartoon of Snooperdoop as executed by Douglas? (take that however you want.) Or an image of Martin's pilot exam reports. An advertising card for Icarus removals? Do you have a copy of he infamous "Caroline strangling a customer" photo from the company brochure? How well could you conceal a travelling lemon on a CD cover? And how many "Brians of Britain" could you fit on the sleeve?

You clearly need a fancy box set collectors edition. It cries out for a sleeve liner notebook with space for us to record our yellow car tallies? (Is that the plural of tally? Or is it talii? What would the collective noun be for tallii/tallies? Sorry I digress.)

Graham

Littlepippin76 said...

I'd love to see what else was on the names short-list for Snoopadoop.

And congrats on the CDs! I'm looking forward getting them!

Pip xxx

Helena said...

I really like the idea of each actor drawing their own character. Also, how about;
Top 10 most embarrassing reasons for an emergency landing
Martin's Christmas/birthday wish-list (or any of the other characters, actually)
More word games!

Whatever you come up with, I'm sure I'll love it...I will definitely be buying those CDs!

Anonymous said...

Hello, I'd like to see pictures of the recordings showing the cast. Perhaps a list of more people with evil sounding names? Or cartoons of the other characters like Kieran and Aunti Ruth... Martin's profile on a internet dating side? Drawings of the Christmas tree, the Secret Santa and the Christmas pudding? What about a DVD cover for this Camelot thing from the Cremona Ep?

Whatever it is, I love the show and I would fancy a 4th season.
But thank you for releasing CDs anyway, I'm oldfashioned but I like to store actual CDs instead of putting everything on my ipod, well CP is there anyway...

Love from Germany I'd be thrilled no matter what will actual made it on the inside
Susi (Twitter pink_alchimie)

linkaneo said...

How many otters can you fit in a CD inlay? and definitely a lemon, for series 3. Possibly some cashew nuts coated in broken glass, and an emergency citrus pocket for series 2. I'd love to see some of Martin's revision notes.

Anonymous said...

Each character to draw their own character ^^ (like other people have said)
...and they have to actually TRY! ;P

Cathy in Nova Scotia said...

Firstly, will the CD's be available in Canada?

Secondly, it would be cool to have "Arthur" write the liner notes. He could include a list of things his mom always carries in her purse, the fact that Martin always wears odd socks for luck when he flies (different colours for each leg of the flight), and reveal a secret about Carolyn that only Douglas knows - you could have fun with that...

When it comes right down to it, we will all LOVE whatever you choose to do...

Rowena said...

This is the best news ever :) What a happy monday!

ClosetDiva (aka Kate K) said...

Looking forward to buying the CDs! I'd be kind of interested in seeing some of Arthur's recipes (e.g., Surprising Rice) and possibly Douglas' recipe for that carp dish. I'd also be interested in drawings of the characters (including GerTI, if possible). Lastly (for now) - rules for the various games as played on the show (Traveling Lemon, Yellow Car, etc.) - or Carolyn's tips for vacationing on the cheap (aside from "have the pilots pay for themselves").

Annie said...

I wonder if these CDs would be available in the states . . . on that note, I think it would be great to see a pre-trip packing list for Martin in the vein of "Captain dons cap". Perhaps a peak into Douglas' iPod playlist? Or maybe some cartoon photos of Arthur celebrating his favorite holidays with his mum, Douglas, and Martin (Christmas, Easter, his birthday, and Carolyn's birthday)? Carolyn's wall chart would also be lovely.

Thank you for being so wonderful Mr. Finnemore!

P.S. I might accept your challenge about reading these two novels as I love both cupcakes and space.

Anonymous said...

a otter packaging schematic, a sketch of GERTI dive-bombing polar bears & the recipe for fizzy yogurt

Sarah-L-B said...

The recipe for Arthur's "birthday cake"...obviously, I use the term loosely! And maybe martin's seven deadly sins list. Don't forget Lusty.

Anonymous said...

Wait - You mean it wasn't a joke? Brilliant!

Er ... How about Travelling Lemon scores? You have to get at least one otter on there!

Katri said...

Great news about the CDs!

Things I'd like to see on the covers: otters, bears, yellow cars, lemons, Douglas playing piano, toblerones... You get the picture!

Many great ideas already mentioned.

Anonymous said...

wonderful, and a plethora of suggestions, let me steal one, the box set with extras as a Christmas issue would be heaven, please please please mr F, but since you are doing pre-orders all the die hard fans will get them before alas.

anon in Hull

Kim said...

How about a brief introduction by each of the characters (or not so brief, in Arthur's case), welcoming them sort of like a cabin address?

And there simply must be a lemon hiding somewhere!

V. Squirrels said...

Would love to see a top ten list of the things Arthur considers to be 'Brilliant!'

an_ordinary_person said...

The dimensions of Martin's hat compared to Douglas's (& Arthur's?) please.
L xx

Linda said...

I wondered about Martin's advert for his 'Man with a Van' business and would he be able to refrain from mentioning he is 'Captain' Krief?
Looking forward to seeing whatever you decide, of course it will be 'brilliant' !

Pivli said...

Thank you, dear Mr. Finnemore. That´s great news! Ordered in advance! I can not wait for the fourth series! I'm so excited. Greetings from Prague, Czech Republic.

Kaitebon said...

No ideas for a cover -- but I'm pre-ordering now!

Kaitebon said...

No ideas for a cover -- but I'm pre-ordering now!

HotelMike said...

How about the assembled crew toadying to Birling or the cockpit full of orchids?
Loving your work Mr F
Xx

Anonymous said...

Otters ~everywhere~ :)

Trillian said...

Martin Crieff's baked potato recipe?

prwelly said...

Since you have three CDS, therefore you'll have three liner notes spaces. So here's three ideas:

1.Facts about bears. No-one can ever have enough facts about bears.

2.A list of potential destinations for series 4...to whet our appetites (none of which MJN Air will actually visit, disappointing all of us who live in places that start with, I don't know, W or Y)

3.A mock-up internet dating page for Martin as made by Douglas.

prwelly said...

Oops, didn't see you'd already suggested the Arthur's fave bear facts. Sorry. Have to try to come up with something else.

As for the chick lit and Arthur C. Clarke combo? Girls can like both, you know. But there is good chick lit - hello, Jane Austen - and bad. And this seems to be from the ranks that always has that same graphic design on the cover. So, no.

Tami said...

Would love to see Arthur's hat. Maybe he sketched it out before he made it?

Cringing Wretch said...

Pre-ordered.

Are all these replays a build up to series 4?

Emily said...

List of all the animal sounds in Spanish?

Wow wow!

Mandy said...

Everyone's pretty much covered the lemon, the otters, the yellow cars, the sheep and le bear polar (or any of the other bears from Arthur's book would do)!! Maybe a bassoon or the seven dwarves to boot? Either way, congrats on the CDs and thank you very much for all laughs, Mr Finnemore.

Ellen M said...

This is so amazing!
The self-portrait idea is genius! (And a recipe for surprising rice?! SURPRISING RICE?!!!! YUM!)

Perhaps a message FROM Arthur about the disks?

*dying inside of happiness* I really must get these now...

Anonymous said...

A link to the MJN Air website (dancing aeroplanes and all)? Keep up the fantastic work John! We are loving it here in Australia! :D

Claire said...

Douglas'list of word games to play on long journeys.

A list of everything Arthur finds brilliant.

perian said...

I love the juxtaposition of those two books (and I'm guessing that store isn't big on themed displays) but I think you might be wrong when it comes to no one reading both. I haven't read those two particular books, but I have read a Jenny Colgan novel, and lots of other chick-lit, and quite a few sci-fi. No Clarke, but definitely some Isaac Asimov and Philip K Dick.

I've found in 12 years working in and owning bookstores that, while the majority of people do stick to the same genre all the time (and don't get me started on gender-specific genres), the true booknerds will try a little of everything. You should see some of the strange pairings on my own shelves!

Damn, now I want to go challenge everyone I know to read something completely different from their genre of choice! Or maybe just myself. I've never read a Western before...

Fiona Pickles said...

"Douggie" in his inflated life-jacket from the in-flight video, please!

Genevieve said...

Since all the characters are single, I would love to see all their profiles as if on online dating sites :) of course with some photo shopped profile pictures and little fibs here and there :) and undoubtedly,... the travelling lemon!

Genevieve said...

And thank you so much for all the laughs! I absolutely adore your work and can't wait for series 4!
I'm introducing it to all my friends over here in Australia and they're loving it!!

Anonymous said...

Megan has done some amazing fanart (typography), which can be found here: http://icarusing.tumblr.com/tagged/graphic:cabin%20pressure (esp. page 2 and further).

Also, hide a lemon somewhere.

pyrzqxgl said...

I am so happy. I just pre-ordered all three. I've had trouble ordering certain CDs in the past because they were not allowed to be sold to me because I'm in America. Why it matters that I'm in America when ordering a CD containing Benedict Cumberbatch reading public domain poetry, I don't understand.

My family all love Cabin Pressure. Yellow car is the game they love beyond all others. I very much appreciate the video with Arthur clarifying the rules.

I am. said...

First of all; Yay, and thanks for all the laughs!

I'd like to see the frozen block of candy that fell in Douglas' ex-wife's Koi-pond or an otter hiding a lemon in the flight deck.

Rebecca said...

This is like Christmas and Birling day together!

I'd love to see a drawing of Gertie with an Arthur stuck to her side.

Also, I think I still don't quite understand how an aeroplane flies. Maybe a drawing will help?

Rianna Lauren said...

Can't really pick anything from a specific episode, they're all BRILLIANT. I'd love to see picture doodles of the characters! Much love from Indonesia!

katepilki said...

Just brilliant!

Off to order myself copies - as for sleeve note ideas - I'd love to see your representation of passenger derby. I have bookmarked that section of 2.2 in my audio app and listen to it every time I need a good rollicking giggle!

Can't wait until season 4 comes out. G'Day from the land down under

katepilki said...

Just brilliant!

Off to order myself copies - as for sleeve note ideas - I'd love to see your representation of passenger derby. I have bookmarked that section of 2.2 in my audio app and listen to it every time I need a good rollicking giggle!

Can't wait until season 4 comes out. G'Day from the land down under

Anonymous said...

I'd go for rhyming journeys or any other word game.

And of course the traveling lemon.

And the otters.

And...

No matter what, you can't disappoint us :))

whatthecurtains said...

I love the idea of Arthur's recipes (as mentioned by someone else)

Kianna said...

This is excellent news. Questions - will the Christmas special also be released on CD? And any chance that the CDs will contain unedited versions of the shows (so we could hear, for example, the rest of the Monopoly game in "Newcastle")?

No suggestions for the back cover art; everyone else has been much more smarterish than me. Off to preorder!

Ellie said...

That's wonderful news! I have to admit, I've been keeping an eye out for them in the local shops and I was kind of afraid we'd moved past the CD age. But yay, that's brilliant!

Anonymous said...

You can't reveal Arthur's recipe, to do so is quite against the spirit of Surprising Rice! Maybe a chart of the cheese tray battle ground; cheeses lost and won etc

Anonymous said...

A shot of twelve Scottish cricketers in the Sahara Desert wearing swimsuits and carrying a fire engine...

Anonymous said...

sheep pursuing herc while carolyn and snoopadoop look on

Jane Russ said...

My cup runneth over!

p.s. sorry for shouting with laughter over the cuckoo. Yes, that was me at the back and my husband said I should apologies. I'm very sorry... but it was very, very funny.

Emily said...

Its not fair! Everyone's old enough to order a copy except me! Also I shouldn't even be here cos I have my GCSE's but I'd rather listen to episodes of CP that I've already heard than revise for good grades!

Emily

Rupert Goodwins said...

Just listening to R4 - I had forgotten Mr C's outrageous Frrrrench accent. Also enjoying the SII repeats on R4Extra... Cabin Pressure is the Fawlty Towers of the wireless when it comes to repeat enjoyment.

I vote for a very expensive glossy booklet for the CD insert, reproducing some of the notes shared with us on here, together with a real lemon, a real otter, and a diamante eggwhisk.

Eclectic Man said...

Lots of really good ideas by previous posters, otters, lemons, cars etc. Here are my own suggestions:

Now this one is a bit weird, but there really are people who actually collect airline sick bags (fresh) signed by the crew...

Please tell me the Christmas Special will be included. As for the inside cover, some of Carolin's flight plans, and Arthur's recipe for mulled Petrus '05, possibly a 'still' from Douglas' pre-flight safety briefing.

Please consider hiding a sheep, a lemon, a bottle of whiskey and the passenger who died of a heart attack when Arthur extinguished his illegal cigarette and a yellow car somewhere in the design.

Anonymous said...

Hurrah, that is blimin fantastic news *does dance of joy*.

Right, time to pre-order all three...

Eclectic Man said...

Just realised, the cover is the place for commendations from previous customers, extolling the virtues of MJN Air over other, possibly better known, carriers. Phrases like "An unforgettable trip", "memorable cuisine", "enthusiastic steward", "cheap", and, of course, "BRILLIANT", spring to mind.

Sarah-L-B said...

CD albums always have bands thanks, so you could have a "thanks" section written by each character :D ....or is that too cheesy?

yeon said...

green umbrella christmas tree!! ^o^

Anonymous said...

An excerpt from Martin's Captain's Log. Because we *know* he has one.

pmzzo said...

I second the thanks sections for/by each character (of course it's going to be bit difficult with regards to in-character-ness). Or could you do something with Carl from ATC? Though to be honest, draw what you like - I've pre-ordered the CDs a month ago anyway.

Stu said...

S*d that! What about series 4?

Eh, eh, eh?

Anonymous said...

What about a list of things for Arthur to remember? Like, I'm not allowed to drive Mum's car, Douglas isn't allowed to touch the whiskey, Snoopadoop isn't allowed people food, People aren't allowed Snoopadoop's food?

Anonymous said...

I think for us humble passengers it could also be useful to know how to read/understand people (that is people like b****y Americans who wouldn't stop smoking). And what steps do I have to take when I have to tell my chief that we are, let's say, hitting a mountain? I wish I had a CD inlay that could help me out here...

Anonymous said...

A few possibles for the cover.

Excerpts from Douglas' Air England personnel file.

Martin's dream women - Amelia Earhart, Tinkerbell......

The Road to Helsinki - how to trade up from a cheese sandwich to a crate of seafood in 20 easy steps.

Recent Air ATC log of a typical MJN flight

Anonymous said...

An otter! Or a lemon :P

Sarah said...

or 'on the piano, Captain Martin Crieff...' although I think that bit got cut didn't it?

Anonymous said...

As long as there's an otter and a lemon on there, we will be BESIDE OURSELVES WITH JOY

Sophie said...

A lemon needs to be hidden somewhere! A logo for MJN and Icarus Removals would also be nice... !

A Failed Journalist said...

YAY! I've been listening to the radio repeats, waiting in hope they'd be released on CD one day.

Best news of the day \O/

T. L. Lawrence said...

Yay!! My kids have been pleading with me to burn my purchased digital copy to CD so they can listen at bedtime - they are HUGE fans of Cabin Pressure, as am I.

I can't think of anything that hasn't already been mentioned in terms of the cover/insert. Otters peeking out in various places is a given. :-) Love the idea of the character drawings and Martin's logbook. The internet dating profiles, too.

It's a fantastic program - stellar. (lol, I'm trying to avoid saying "brilliant" for a change)

MirandanotHart said...

Right-o:
1)The travelling lemon like a "Where's Wally?" game in the interior of G:ERTI.
2)Pic of 11 Scottish cricketers carrying a fire engine.
3)Pic of the boys singing those magnificent men in their flying machine on the piano.
4)Paramount Martin vs little Martin
5)Arthur's recipes for fizzy yoghurt/chocolate cake(from Helsinki)/surprising rice/orange platter.
6)Douglas smuggling goods: Kimonos,orchids,fishcakes,wine.
7)GERTI at christmas: consoles ablaze, green umbrella with milk buckets,stocking &'sillier' christmas hat.

And 100 otters and yellow car and bear polar and Herc's green midlife crisis car and whatever everyone says above.

That takes care of my list for Santa:)

Méloë said...

Everything has already been more or less requested. So my favourite ones are:

Arthur's recipes
A travelling lemon
100 otters
Toblerones
Pictures of the crew
...

And as for your last question, challenge accepted! I'll read both books.

Anonymous said...

I'd like to know more about Carl from ATC or Dirk the ground's man.

And a rather modest request: how about pictures from the recordings?

Anyway, great ideas here, so far. Whatever you choose, I'm sure it will be, well, you know...BRILLIANT.

Anonymous said...

I've just been watching the Olympic torch land in Britain in the care of Boris Johnson, Princess Anne, Seb Coe, David Beckham and British Airways. At the Airport to meet them was Nick Clegg. I would have loved to have seen MJN Air involved as well...

Aoife X said...

Oh God Mr Finnemore! I worship your beautiful genius. Firstly we must finally see what the brilliant GERTI looks like.I mean we all have our own ideas, but we must see if they match up to yours.
And as someone said
WE MUST SEE THE CAROLINE "STRANGLEY" PICTURE!!!!
If you deny us this you don't love us!!!!(Only joking!) :)

PoshKnits said...

I have a question about on of the shows...We were listening to Boston and at the end Martin gets taken away by a U.S. person...How does he get out of it?? Does Douglas know someone???

I'd love to know! <3

Jo said...

Instructions on just how to set 'Jelly babies to manual'

or how to perform a Whoops Jonny

Anonymous said...

Definitely the rules of Yellow Car but please make them simpler. I still can't get the hang of the game. Also a business card for Icarus would be great as I have a piano that needs to be moved.

Jackie

Aoife X said...

PoshKnits,Have faith.Douglas knows everyone!

Anonymous said...

A lemon.
Not hidden, somewhere visible. Just there.
There should be a 'Ladies and Gentlemen, the Lemon is in play', and there should be a lemon somewhere.

Anonymous said...

This is excellent news!
Any knowledge on whether 'George & Bernard Shaw' has been commissioned by the BBC yet?

Anonymous said...

A pre-flight safety/engineering report for Gerti?

mslivin2rock said...

i know we MUST see the strangley picture :) :) and as always mt finnemore, you are absolutely spiffing brilliant!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

grins at the typo but imagines it anyway, you can keep mt rushmore give us mt finnemore with 4, or more, faces beaming down at us, bliss
anon Hull

Sarah said...

So looking forward to hearing Series 3 again, all great, but especially St Petersburg. I found it (exposing my fanheart here) moving. Can't explain it, but when Martin and Douglas dealt with the emergency, the fact that their professionalism really showed and they swept all other considerations away in the moment of need... and you didnt make them comment on it afterwards... Sweet, understated writing of the kind I so admire. Please tell me there is going to be more Cabin Pressure, or do I have to wait for my heavenly goody bag which contains, I hear, series 2-10 of Firefly?

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Anonymous said...

sort of Arthur or maybe more Martin, spoof journalist Roger Mallard doing aircraft. Its even got a semi explanation of why planes fly :-P. Programme runs from about 30 mins to 1 hour of this slot
http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/player/b007k3ck
anon Hull

Anonymous said...

roy mallard then aka chris langham not roger

K. said...

From a very new fan: I have nothing to add that others have not already mentioned: lemon, OTTERS, Icarus!

Anyway, fanmail: A friend of mine recently asked me to help him write a radio dramatization of a Philip K. Dick novel (!), so I've been listening to as much radio drama/comedy as I possibly can. And Cabin Pressure is my favourite. I mean, I think I actually like it better than the Hitchhiker's Guide, which I find hard to believe. It amazes me that you manage to make all four characters so compellingly sympathetic in spite of their all being so horridly flawed.

My request: Could you post on your blog a list of your favourite radio dramas/comedies? (Any era.) There are so many to choose from, and most of the ones I've listened to are... pretty awful.

Thank you! And thank you for being so BRILLIANT!

Anonymous said...

But most importantly, when can we hear season 4?

Verity said...

How embarrassed should I be that I've read and loved the Jenny Colgan book, but never heard of the one next to it...?

Anonymous said...

A picture of Arthur's hat!!!

Anonymous said...

I know it's a bit late, but what about a postcard from Madame Shishishkabush (spelling!?) to Carolyn about the terrible service on a recent flight of hers to wherever?
I also like the lemon idea :)

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This is an old post, but I wish to report that I have definitely read (very similar) titles by both authors! As someone else pointed out, pigeonhole reader/writers at your peril. Fun fact about Jenny Colgan - she's also written a Doctor Who tie-in novel, described as "a thrilling new adventure in which the latest Doctor battles Vikings, chess and an unstoppable fire...." No cupcakes?