Milton Jones & James Cary The man they call 'Britain’s Funniest Milton', Milton Jones, stars in his smash-hit Sony Award-winning BBC Radio 4’s daftest comedy show, Another Case of Milton Jones, co-starring Tom Goodman-Hill (The Office, Spamalot), Lucy Montgomery (Bellamy’s People), and the inimitable tones of Come Dine with Me’s Dave Lamb.
In each episode, Milton is a complete and utter expert at something - test pilot, mathematician, travel mogul, cyclist, miner and weatherman - and in each episode, with absolutely no ability or competence, he plunges into a furiously funny and fast-paced adventure with utterly hilarious results.
In the first of the complete six episodes, Milton is a daredevil test pilot and Top Gun who gets tangled up in a fiendish plot to replace the turkey twizzler....
Then stand by your blackboards as Milton is a mathematical whizzkid who gets tied up in knots and rings trying to solve the equation of the mysteriously disappearing geniuses and ends up discovering the only number bigger than itself.
In the next show, he’s an Extreme Travel Entrepreneur who’s trying to patent a mosquito net designed to keep the mosquitoes in.
After that, he’s a world-beating cyclist who gets tangled up in a close-fitting body suit, his grandfather’s unicycle and the entire population of Holland.
Episode 5, and Milton waves goodbye to the world of dance and musical theatre to pursue his dream of becoming a miner, in a glamorous yet gritty tribute to Billy Elliot!
And in the final episode, Milton proves that you don’t need to be a weatherman to know which way the wind blows; you just need a fully working anemometer...and a mouse called Tim. And a box of Duchy Originals. That’s all in this complete, hilarious series of Another Case of Milton Jones.
Milton Jones & James Cary The Complete third series, originally broadcast on Radio 4. Each week, Milton is a complete and utter expert at something: brilliant courtroom barrister, world explorer, inspirational mayor of London, championship jockey.... And each week, with absolutely no ability or competence, he plunges into a big adventure with utterly funny results.
Written by Milton with James Cary (Think The Unthinkable, My Hero), the man they call 'Britain's funniest Milton', returns to radio with a fully-working cast and a shipload of new jokes. The cast includes regulars Tom Goodman-Hill (The Office, Spamalot), Dan Tetsell (Lab Rats), Ingrid Oliver (Peep Show) and Ben Willbond (Deep Trouble).
James Cary Set during World War Two, Hut 33 follows the adventures of a team of codebreakers at Bletchley Park as they work tirelessly to break German codes, matching wits with the fabled Enigma Machine. Unfortunately, they hate each other.
Archie is a stroppy Geordie socialist revolutionary while Professor Charles Gardner is a toffee-nosed snob. In theory, the immensely stupid 3rd Lt. Joshua Featherstonhaugh-Marshall is in charge of the hut, but he is still struggling with even the most basic concepts, such as his name. They are joined by child prodigy Gordon and the silent Winstanley. There's also Mrs Best, the lascivious landlady, and the hut's Polish secretary, Minka, the only competent member of the team - although her answers to everything usually involve violence.
Starring Tom Goodman-Hill as Archie, Robert Bathurst as Professor Charles Gardner, Alex MacQueen as 3rd Lt. Joshua Featherstonhaugh-Marshall, Fergus Craig as Gordon, Lill Roughley as Mrs Best, and Olivia Colman as Minka.
Dan Evans, James Cary & Milton Jones The genius in the mad shirts from Mock the Week stars in his own series costarring Tom Goodman-Hill, Josie Lawrence, Ben Willbond and Dan Tetsell.
Mention Milton Jones to most people and the first thing they think is, 'Help!' In this show he has decided to set himself up as a man who can help anyone anywhere - whether they need it or not. Because, in his own words, there's 'no problem too problemy'. So when you're close to the edge, then Milton can give you a push....
In the first of these six episodes, Milton becomes a responsible, sober-suited financial advisor, and fights off a Swedish invasion with the aid of his trusty hamster.
In the second episode, when Milton finally decides to empty his bins, he accidentally makes both a delicious sparkling wine and a deadly enemy.
In the next episode, when Milton discovers the local lido is under threat of closure, he unwisely decides to organize a sit-in. But his dreams for a state-of-the-art aquacentre are sunk when his trunks are declared a biohazard.
In episode four, when Milton launches a job agency it turns out that getting people into work actually is rocket science. Which is why his best client accidentally goes ballistic. After that, when Milton opens up a car repair shop, he finds he's on a collision course with a notorious local villain. Meanwhile, a mysterious tin of travel sweets comes to a sticky end.
And in the final part, Milton offers his services as a bodyguard and discovers that a South American diva and a tent full of homemade jam don't mix as well as he'd imagined.
Produced and directed by David Tyler; A Positive Production for BBC Radio 4.