Maureen Lipman’s unique collection of musings, monologues, duologues and amusing anecdotes about her life and popular culture.
This second programme includes a frustrating experience at an airport and the return of Hester from the Home Counties.
For this second series, recorded in front of an audience at the BBC Radio Theatre, Maureen is joined by Oliver Cotton. Together they give life and opinions to various animals.
Written and performed by Maureen Lipman with a special guest performance from Oliver Cotton.
Produced and Directed by Tracey Neale
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