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En av mina största nöjen när jag pendlar eller vill slappna av är att lyssna på Engelska BBC Radio 4 radio sitcom eller sketch-shower. Problemet med dessa är att det ofta inte är lätt att hitta dom bästa, samt att det kan bli svårt att ladda ned dom från Internet.
I ”samarbete” med Archive.org så har jag listat några av dom roligaste och mest underhållande radio shower som jag lyckats leta fram, om du också vill prova på detta fantastiskt underhållande medium. För att underlätta så har jag länkat till Archive.org sidorna redan. Det enda du behöver göra är att scrolla ned och välja i vilket format du vill ladda ned showen i. Normalt sett är detta MP3, då det fungerar på samtliga plattformar.
Om du använder en Android telefon så rekommenderar jag Smart Audiobook Player, vilket IMHO är den bästa spelaren för Android plattformen. Om du använder Apple iOS så anser jag att den bästa ljudboks-spelaren är, och förblir, MP3 Audiobook Player.
Låt oss börja titta på listan MED inbördes ordning. Jag listar dom jag tycker är bäst först, dock är alla riktigt bra och värda att lyssna på.
John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme
John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme is a sketch comedy series broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Finnemore is the sole writer and performs with Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Simon Kane, Lawry Lewin and Carrie Quinlan.
Cabin Pressure (Säsong 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
Sitcom about the pilots of a tiny charter airline for whom no job is too small and many jobs are too difficult. Starring John Finnemore and Benedict Cumberbatch among others.
The Castle (Säsong 1, 2, 3, 4)
A BBC Radio comedy series ”set in the filth, grime, stench and brutality of the Middle Ages, with some very nice music” that looks at medieval life from a unique 21st-century comedy perspective.
Sam Porter is a misanthropic fantasy novelist whose best friend is his pet dog Amis. While at a book signing in Totnes High Street, three people, whom Sam presumes are hard-core fantasy fans dressed in full costume, kidnap Amis. Sam fights them and during the fight, both Sam and Amis end up in an actual fantasy world – Lower Earth.
BBC Radio 4 sitcom by Mark Evans broadcast in 30 episodes from 2007 to 2012. A spoof of Charles Dickens’ novels and other well-known works, set in the Victorian world of ludicrously elaborate etiquette and unhelpful new inventions. Rollicking good fun performed with great gusto by Tom Allen, Anthony Head, Sarah Hadland, Celia Imrie, David Mitchell and others.
The Museum Of Everything
BBC Radio 4 comedy sketch show broadcast from 2004 to 2006 in 18 episodes written and performed by Marcus Brigstocke, Danny Robins & Dan Tetsell. It is set in the ”Museum of Everything”, an apparently infinite space housing exhibitions as diverse as The History of Stairs and the Greek Buttock Gallery, as well as an inescapable gift shop.
That Mitchell and Webb sound
BBC Radio 4 comedy sketch show broadcast in 29 episodes from 2003 to 2013, starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb with James Bachman, Olivia Colman & Sarah Hadland.
John Finnemore’s Double Acts
The writer and star of the multi-award winning sketch show John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme and the sitcom Cabin Pressure writes these standalone half-hour comedies. Each one is a self-contained story, with its own cast, and all strictly adhere to the overarching theme of ’ideas John has had for this series’. They range from hot-desking office workers attempting to conduct a romance at the rate of four minutes a day to a band of explorers beginning to wonder if they’ll ever reach Australia’s Great Inland Sea.
Hit sketch series introducing a variety of unique and colourful characters from different backgrounds, all across Britain. It was on BBC Radio 4 by Matt Lucas and David Walliams introduced some of their most famous creations, including Emily Howard, Vicky Pollard, Daffyd Thomas, Marjorie Dawes, Kenny Craig and Dennis Waterman.
BBC Radio 4 sitcom which ran from 2010. Political satire about five young adults who want to change the world but have no idea how, and little idea why.
Comedy sketch radio show presented by award-winning comedy duo The Pin (Ben Ashenden and Alex Owen), broadcast in twelve episodes on BBC Radio 4 from 2015 to 2019.
The Lee Mack Show
This BBC radio comedy show was broadcast in two series, of 6 episodes each, plus a Christmas special and a New Year special, from 2005 to 2007. A manic mixture of sketches and stand-up wherein Lee is supported by comedians such as Milton Jones, Mark Watson and Rhod Gilbert, plus music from a stellar array of guests (including Tony Hadley, Tom Robinson, Midge Ure, Suggs, Alison Moyet, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Jamelia), all of whom are dragooned into the tomfoolery and mercilessly lampooned.
Nigel is probably Britain’s longest serving Police Community Support
Officer, and Geoff is probably the laziest. They make quite a team.
BC Radio 4 comedy sketch show broadcast in 17 episodes from 2012 to 2019, performed by Sara Pascoe, Daniel Rigby, Mike Wozniak, Cariad Lloyd, Henry Paker, Freya Parker.
The Cowards are a four-man sketch troupe who shun comedy caricature in
favour of understated, naturalistic performance. Through their
characterisations of small people in small situations, the team create a
self-contained world that allows the laughs to emerge from their
Detective Sergeant Nick Mohammed
Sitcom set in a police environment.
Prentiss McCabe is one of London’s top PR companies. They can make anything and anyone look good or bad and won’t let silly things like morals get in the way. In charge of the company are Charles Prentiss (Stephen Fry), a man whose skill at spinning is something to be both admired and appalled by, and Martin McCabe (John Bird), a more relaxed chap who is more than willing to stop his business partner when he goes just that little too far.
A Bit of Fry & Laurie
The sketches in ”A Bit of Fry & Laurie” (note the quotation marks) often involved mocking the posh, the upper classes, espionage and the moneyed.
Saturday Night Fry
Saturday Night Fry was a six-part comedy series on BBC Radio 4, first broadcast between 30 April and 4 June 1988. Starring Steven Fry.
The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy
Arthur Dent discovers his house is to be bulldozed to make way for a bypass. Later he finds that Earth is to be destroyed as well. He escapes on a Vogon spaceship with his friend Ford Prefect. Unable to return to Earth, Arthur becomes a reluctant space tourist. He is soon traversing the universe with his friend Ford Prefect, who is employed by Megadodo Publications to write entries for The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy. Also along for the ride is an alien with two heads called Zaphod Beeblebrox, a paranoid robot android called Marvin and Tricia McMillan (aka Trillian), the only other survivor of Earth’s destruction.