Good Omens. Image shows from L to R: Crowley (Peter Serafinowicz), Aziraphale (Mark Heap). Copyright: BBC.

Good Omens

BBC Radio 4 comedy drama about the apocalypse. 6 episodes (1 series) in 2014. Stars Mark Heap, Peter Serafinowicz, Josie Lawrence, Colin Morgan and others.

Press Clippings

Good Omens merchandise and exhibition revealed

The Radio 4 version of Good Omens is to be released on Vinyl. The news has been revealed as merchandise and a themed escape room linked to the TV version is announced too.

British Comedy Guide, 30th May 2019

BBC Comedy and Amazon to bring Good Omens to TV

Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's fantasy comedy novel Good Omens is to become a major new TV comedy series on the BBC and Amazon Prime.

British Comedy Guide, 20th January 2017

Good Omens: Neil Gaiman to adapt book for TV

Author says he changed his mind about adapting novel without co-author after receiving a posthumous letter from Pratchett asking him to.

Sian Cain, The Guardian, 15th April 2016

Could the BBC be planning a Good Omens TV series?

Neil Gaiman tells RadioTimes.com that his and Terry Pratchett's cult novel could finally be making it to the screen...

Stephen Kelly, Radio Times, 23rd December 2014

Neil Gaiman: Radio 4's Good Omens is for Pratchett

In his only interview about the show, author Neil Gaiman tells Stephen Kelly why now was the time to adapt his and ailing friend Terry Pratchett's apocalyptic comedy. "I want Terry to be able to enjoy this while he's still able to enjoy it".

Stephen Kelly, Radio Times, 22nd December 2014

Paterson Joseph interview

Paterson Joseph chats to us about Good Omens, Peep Show, being cut from Paddington, and why he'd "never say never" to playing the Doctor...

Michael Leader, Den Of Geek, 22nd December 2014

Charlotte Ritchie on the "maze of a plot" in Good Omens

Good Omens has "a huge maze of a plot" so I'm going to let her explain...

Ellie Walker-Arnott, Radio Times, 22nd December 2014

How Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett wrote a book

Cult novel Good Omens, by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, has been adapted for radio. Here Neil Gaiman tells the story of how it came to be written.

Neil Gaiman, BBC News, 22nd December 2014

Good Omens: devilish festive fun

An ambitious Radio 4 adaptation of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman's comic apocalypse novel airs over the Christmas week.

Hannah Ellis-Petersen, The Guardian, 21st December 2014

Radio Times review

A masterpiece in pitch-black comedy from the pairing of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman is Good Omens (Mon 22 Dec-Fri 26 Dec, 11pm R4 and Sat 27 Dec, 2.30pm), where two angels - one working with God, the other with Satan - form an unholy alliance. Unfortunately, there has been a bit of a mix-up with the birth of the Antichrist, and the American ambassador's son (Warlock) might not be the child to bring on Armageddon after all. The fate of our planet will be decided after Any Questions on Saturday 27 Dec, Radio 4. Thus was it written...

Jane Anderson, Radio Times, 20th December 2014