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A strange but funny BBC Radio 4 'Afternoon Play' about sex, betrayal, the housing market and a love triangle that follows its own surreal logic. Cavity was originally broadcast 29 January 2009, and repeated 24 March 2011.

Kirsty is having an affair with a married man, Adrian. When his wife, Lucy, returns unexpectedly from a business conference, Kirsty hides in the attic. In a panic, she falls down the back of the attic into the cavity wall. A story then unfolds which combines the domestically mundane with the utterly bizarre. Cavity stars Ingrid Oliver as Kirsty, Julian Rhind-Tutt as Adrian and Kerry Godliman as Lucy. Also featuring amongst the cast are Hayley Doherty, Jim Howick, Paul Mundell and Deirdre Mullins.

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  • 05-17-16

HILARIOUS NONSENSICAL FUN

Hilarious nonsense that will have you in stitches.

Julian Rhind-Tutt is perfect for this potty part.

Daft as brushes (But which brushes???) "They" never say ...