Ossett Flushdyke Lost Tomb Of H'm Bah Bah by carterbloke published on 2011/12/29 11:21:01 +0000 Written by Simon Carter - www.carterbloke.co.uk. This mini radio sitcom found its way onto the BBC airwaves via Thames Radio London, Oneword Digital Radio and mevio.com. Part 1 - on returning home from orgies in Africa, Ossett is visited by long lost relative with news of longer lost fortune. Jenkins lectures the young master about the pitfalls of pointy he-teats. Then, frantic fumblings in father’s study yield a hidden treasure map. Uncle Bruno confines himself to the lavatory while small gay man with flashbulbs hides naked in a cupboard. Part 2 - Egypt ho! With Jenkins AWOL, Ossett sings a soulful lament. A misunderstanding at Café Abdullah leads to camel poo camouflage. Then, the natives are restless and many are drizzled in baby oil. Ossett solicits the help of siren with pendulous bangers while men with pointy scimitars lead on to the Lost Tomb. Jenkins is set upon by ‘up for it’ camel. Part 3 - Hyde-Rice unveils master plan over tea and ginger nuts. The master’s bottom is bitten by snakes and Jenkins (in that order) while Bathsheba deflects spears with her norks. Something dead comes to life and plays a mean bongo. Starring Master Simon Carter as Ossett Flushdyke, Gideon Clear Esq. as Albert Jenkins and Pancho, Doctor Bob Sinfield as Roderick Hyde-Rice and Uncle Bruno ‘Le Crème’ Flushdyke, Miss Pamela Sharpless as Bathsheba Chufrash and Sir Andrew Jordan as Ahmed Chufrash and Rerlf Verfenherfer. PRODUCTION CREDS Written by Simon Carter and produced by the Rt. Hon. David Lucas for Traces Of Nuts On Podshow. Now podcasting on http://ossettflushdyke.podomatic.com - jolly well done!