"Archie, the stroppy Geordie who wants a socialist revolution must now work with Charles, the ultra-conversative snob who rejected him from Oxford because he didn't know how to use a fish knife. Gordon, the child prodigy, wants to be taken seriously, which is difficult in short trousers and tries vainly to act as peace-maker. Minka, their Polish secretary, provides much need efficiency, although she is worryingly keen on extreme violence as the solution to all problems."
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
Not only is Hut 33 one of the very few radio shows set in a shedlike atmosphere, it's also very funny, and it's back on the airwaves a week today on BBC Radio 4 at 11.30am. I'd heartily recommend tuning in as the first series was a hoot and the cast, including Robert Bathurst and Olivia Colman, are excellent. The action is set in a hut in Bletchley Park during World War II where three codebreakers are breaking codes. Previously on Hut 33...:
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