The complete second series of the BBC Radio 4 sitcom about an alien invasion of a small village, starring Hattie Morahan and Charles Edwards with Peter Davison and Jan Francis. When the small Buckinghamshire village of Cresdon Green is invaded by an alien race called the Geonin, the local residents come up against Uljabaan, the smooth-talking leader of the aliens.
Julian Rhind-Tutt returns to BookD but instead of being the interviewee we interview him, focusing on his most recent projects including a soaring audiobook career after reading Bring Up The Bodies by Hilary Mantel. Bring Up The Bodies is the sequel to the Man Booker Prize-winning novel Wolf Hall and is a fascinating historical novel focusing on Henry VIII’s second wife, Anne Boleyn. Julian also talks about Green Wing and how working on comedies can be really hit and miss even with the most talented actors.
Julian Rhind-Tutt and Guardian journalist Jonathan Freedland discuss Pantheon, a new thriller by Jonathan written under his pen name, Sam Bourne. Julian leads the interview in this episode (almost feel like we should have celebrity interviewers in more often!) This is a gripping thriller performed by Rhind-Tutt which is expressed with delight by Jonathan in their discussion. Open your ear holes! It's Julian Rhind-Tutt.