I found these radio shows to be entertaining and amusing. They are about 40 minutes long each, so you can listen to one at a time (great for a commute), or just listen to them all at once.
History student with VERY eclectic tastes. Too busy to actually sit down and read most of the time so audiobooks have saved my sanity.
There is no print version so... yeah
Why must I only choose one?! They are all so wonderful! Ok... if I have to choose I'll choose Martin because he tries so hard to be taken seriously and he's just undermined and twisted in hilarious knots.. also it's Benedict Cumberbatch.
Again no print version. The comedic timing of these wonderful actors is brilliant and that would probably be lacking in a print version and the jokes may not have played as well in a book.
I definitely listened to this in one sitting. May have gotten strange looks from people sitting near me as I tried to stifle giggles.
Will be buying the remaining seasons as soon as possible. So funny. Highly recommend this.
Witty writing, incredible acting and great characters. I love everything about Cabin Pressure -- except that there are not more episodes.
Arthur's catering service to Abu Dhabi.
Arthur. His irrepresible cheeriness cannot be defeated by anything. In second place, by a hair, is Captain Crieff, whose inability to speak coherently to unruly passengers, famous movie stars, his boss -- okay, just about everyone! -- makes for great listening.
The worst airdot you love to fly.
Say something about yourself!
yes. It is so funny and just so well done.
The interaction between the character is so funny.
Highly recommended! I came across this because I loved Cumberbatch in the new Sherlock Holmes. He is excellent, as are the rest of the cast. The shows are all clever and very funny.
This radio program is hilarious. The writing, the premise and the cast are excellent. I just wish there were loads more than three six-episode seasons. All the episodes are good but I have a particular fondness for the first as a marvelous showcase for Martin's dithering.
the wittiness of the situations and characters
ooo that's hard- um Martin. His preeminence to failure despite his efforts creates great conflict.
It's a radio show so all the actors just bring this to life!
This is Martin, You Captain Speaking
Really great series!