Thursday 24 January 2019
6.30pm until 7pm (or listen again online)
Mark Steel visits the Norfolk town of King’s Lynn and performs a bespoke comedy show for the local residents.
Mark Steel returns to Radio 4 with the ninth series of his award-winning show that travels around the country visiting towns that have nothing in common but their uniqueness. After thoroughly researching each town, Mark writes and performs a bespoke evening of comedy for the local residents.
In this episode Mark visits King’s Lynn.
King’s Lynn has an apostrophe. And a river. And a traffic island full of rabbits. Mark has a delightful trip on a ferry.
And the Queen often visits the town on her way to Sandringham.
Written and performed by Mark Steel
Additional material by Pete Sinclair
Production co-ordinator, Hayley Sterling
Sound Manager, Jerry Peal
Producer, Carl Cooper
Picture Credit, Tom Stanier
Price: FREE to listen
Location: Listen on BBC Radio 4
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