The Hollow Men
Comic sketch show written and performed by David Armand, Rupert Russell, Sam Spedding and Nick Tanner, with Katy Brand
- Sketch Show
- 2006 - 2007
- BBC Radio 4
- 11 (2 series)
- David Armand, Rupert Russell, Sam Spedding, Nick Tanner and Katy Brand
- David Armand, Rupert Russell, Sam Spedding and Nick Tanner
- Katie Marsden
The Hollow Men is a sketch show written and performed by the sketch troupe of the same name. It features a plethora of deranged, deluded and desperate characters.
There's Christophe, the French tutor whose innocent role-playing exercises frequently feature a character not dissimilar to his unfaithful wife.
The boss and secretary whose flirtatious, innuendo-laden office banter is so full of double meaning, its often hard for even them to understand.
Professor Cavendish, whose attempts to explain the finer details of genetic research to his belligerent lab assistant Keith usually end in failure, frustration, or an industrial accident.
Stuart and James, two old school friends who now find themselves working together for a charity. Except they weren't really friends, because Stuart used to be a bully. But that's all behind them now, and James certainly isn't going to abuse his position as Stuart's boss to exact some kind of petty revenge, oh no...
- Production company
- Laugh track
- Live audience
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- First broadcast
- Tuesday 22nd August 2006 on BBC Radio 4 at 11pm
- Last new broadcast
- Thursday 13th December 2007 on BBC Radio 4 at 6:30pm
- Length of episodes
- 30 minutes
- Last repeat
- Tuesday 8th September 2009 at 11:30pm