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Yes, almost exactly twenty one months after the first series ended, Quanderhorn returns to BBC Radio 4 at 6:30pm today! You can listen via the Radio 4 website, the BBC Sounds app, on an actual radio (DAB, FM and LW) or just catch up afterwards. It’s a weekly six part series, so we’ll use this one discussion thread to cover the whole lot. Oh, and it’s co-written by Rob Grant, produced by Gordon Kennedy and stars Kevin Eldon. You knew that bit, right?

In case you need a reminder, the state of play at the end of the first series is that the Professor’s increasingly unstable time-lock could potentially destroy the whole of reality, our heroes are trapped in the lab which is about to be blown up by Winston Churchill, and Guuuurk’s buttocks are now on backwards, so there’s a lot to resolve before we even get on to unravelling the mystery behind Brian’s memory loss. We’re very much looking forward to it.

7 comments on “Let’s Talk About Quanderhorn 2 (on Radio 4)

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  • Great start to the second series, I thought. The new conceit is a neat idea cleverly done, and lots of fun to be had with unreliable narrators. Eldon and Sessions in particular on fine form. Amusing that one strand involved a character being mistaken for a god.

  • I want to like this series more than I do and I felt the same way about the earlier novel.

    Some good and funny ideas, but they could have done with the show having a bit more heart sometimes.

  • I got behind on the series but am now catching up. Got to the wasp episode last night, and it was vintage Rob Grant. Wasp.

  • Yes, I’m catching up on this series as well and enjoyed the Wasp episode.

    Some funny moments and interesting comedy ideas.

    Wasp.

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