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Lucy Montgomery's Variety Pack

Lucy Montgomery's Variety Pack

  • Radio sketch show
  • BBC Radio 4
  • 2010 - 2011
  • 8 episodes (2 series)

Radio 4 sketch show starring Lucy Montgomery. Stars Lucy Montgomery, Philip Pope, Natalie Walter, Sally Grace and Waen Shepherd

Key details

Genre
Sketch Show
Broadcast
2010 - 2011
Channels
BBC Radio 4
Episodes
8 (2 series)
Stars
Lucy Montgomery, Philip Pope, Natalie Walter, Sally Grace and Waen Shepherd
Writers
Lucy Montgomery, Steven Burge, Jon Hunter, Fay Rusling, Barunka O'Shaughnessy and Dan Tetsell
Producer
Katie Tyrrell
Companies

Lucy Montgomery's Variety Pack is a sketch show packed with characters performed by Lucy Montgomery and others.

Daisy and Maisie are every parent's nightmare. They are two sound-a-like public school girls who specialise in not doing what adults want them to do, intent on their own very important personal agenda, discussing the ins and outs of the Twilight movies.

Candi Karmel is an 80-year-old woman who just can't stop performing. She is still singing out the show tunes despite her advancing age and a voicebox that is shot to pieces. Wendy, the Jilted Bride has been planning her wedding ever since she got her first Barbie doll - now, she has been stood up at the altar. Despite crying hysterically she remains undeterred and delivers her wedding speech to a room full of her wedding guests.

Tim Vincent's mum just mentions her famous son to find herself showered with gifts and free from trouble.

And finally, the Dog Therapist who can talk to animals but only to tell their poor unfortunate owners that the animal in question hates them.

Additional details

Also known as
  • Lucy Montgomery's Radio Show (Working title)
Production
Studio

Broadcast details

First broadcast
Wednesday 24th November 2010 at 6:30pm on BBC Radio 4
Most recent repeats

Recording details

  • BBC Radio Theatre - Piloted 22nd February 2010. Series 1 recorded 20th October and 29th October 2010. Series 2 recorded 1st, 15th, 20th July 2011. All at the BBC Radio Theatre.

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