It's all here; everything you could ever dream of!
This production has been cleaned up, defuzzed and streamlined and sent out as this wonderful package.
The performances are perfect, the story is sublime and this is something that can be listened and enjoyed time and time again.
Buy it, listen to it and love it!
Ed Reardon's Week continues where it left off at the end of series two. and is certainly as brilliant as the first two series.
The now established characters continue to entertain with entertaining snippets of their back stories adding flesh to the bones.
Sally Hawkins returns to the role of Ping, playing her with a straighter bat than Barunka O'Shaughnessy did in series 2.
Episode three is a particular gem thanks to the return of Bert Wang (played by Geoff McGivern). Philip Jackson (as Jaz Milvane) oozes self-assurance and the chippy banter between Jaz and Ed is very clever.
It's funny, it's clever and it's acerbic.
I'm delighted to say that Ed Reardon's Week series 2 is as thoroughly enjoyable as the fantastic series 1.
The characters are more established and the blend is very strong. The cast remains mainly the same with the exception of Barunka O'Shaughnessy who is parachuted into Ping's shoes and really takes the character up a notch or two.
Ed's life continues to struggle along from one disaster to another with a couple of moments to give him something to smile about.
His banter with Jaz Milvane (played by Philip Jackson) just gets better and better.
I'm becoming a big Ed Reardon fan. Where can I buy an Elgar t-shirt?