In the last episode of the current series, we have another (unsuccessful) attempt at the feature: Listener's Telephone In followed by the very final part of Tales Of New Albion - Volume One. This time it's In The Shadow Of The Moon (chapter 1) part 2 or some such. Toodle pip for now dear listeners. All music by Charlotte Savigar, once again.
Ahoy hoy! The Light Programme returns with your host Theodore Pilkington-Rhubarb. This show features a first for the Albion Radiophonic Corporation - a live "Listener Telephone In". What could possibly go wrong? All music by Charlotte Savigar.
Here is the next edition of the ARC Light Programme. This week sees the return of the not entirely unpopular Shipping Forecast, now with 105% more accuracy. Accompanying this vital public service broadcast is part 2 of In The Shadow Of The Moon (chapter 3) read once again by Theodore Pilkington-Rhubarb. Music is by Charlotte Savigar as always and the Shipping Forecast is written and performed by Frog Morris.
Right, hold on to your hats, it's time for the ARC Light Programme once again. This week we are delighted to bring you the first part of chapter 3 of a 3 parter with, as of yet, no sign of chapter 1. Well I'm sure it will turn up. Also this week we have the profound musings of Mayor Flange of Treacle Dripping. The show is hosted once again by Theodore Pilkington-Rhubarb and all the music is by Charlotte Savigar.
Tales of New Albion is back with a bang, and what delights we have for you on the Light Programme this week. First up is another Musing of the Moment, featuring a guest appearance by Lord Hercules and Lady Boudicca of Cheam (played by Ben & Tixia Henderson) and then it on with the story; La Grande Course De La Caravane part 1. As always hosted by Theodore Pilkington-Rhubarb.
It's that time again - Christmas time! Well a bit early for that I suppose, but here is the Light Programme again with Theodore Pilkington-Rhubarb reading the conclusion to A Christmas Carry-on by Daren Callow. This week we also feature another of the haunting folk songs recorded by Dame Hildebrand Dilemna-Spaniels.
This week on the ARC Light Programme we bring the the exciting tale of a good Samaritan and a very hungry man, read by your host Theodore Pilkington-Rhubard. Don't mention the listener's letter though!