Thursday, 1 November 2007

Middle Ditch 7



The Homecoming

Barbara has to lie to Drake about the taste of Rosie
and Sarah is shocked to discover that her lover is moving in

This episode features in order of appearance

Monique Caddy as the Announcer
Helen Hardy as Sarah
Gordon Haskell as John
Paul Hart as Alan
Jeremy Drake as Farmer Drake
Monique Caddy as Barbara
David Caddy as Howard

Written and directed by Monique Caddy

44 comments:

Pris said...

Hi Monique
I'll be back to listen to this one in the morrow. Pooped right now. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Pris said...

This was fun:-) I do agree with you that fewer characters makes it funnier. I think episode 6 is almost unbeatable, though!

flyinamber said...

tnx for visiting me,Monique..I'm very busy this days but I promise I'll visit you soon..
have a nice week!

The Wisdom of Wislon said...

Hi! Thanks for dropping by my site I tuned and loved the country bumpkiness atmosphere created in the story. I feel I can say this as I have a very countryfied accent coming from Wiltshire :>)

Ax

Middle Ditch said...

Thanks for visiting flyinamber and the wisdom of wislon. I'll keep in touch with you two. Pris, your comments are always welcome. Thanks.

Leigh Russell said...

Congratulations! la la la la la! (the tune is in my head - I think it should stay there, the way I sing!) I hope you ran straight to the wine cellar and cracked open one of your best bottles of champagne.... or at least celebrated over a glass or two of plonk. (I bet you're teetotal - no offence intended if you are). I'm so pleased for you. Thank you for visiting my blog and keep in touch.

Pris said...

Your news is fantastic. Middle Ditch MUST throw a party!!

Leigh Russell said...

Yay! A party! I can't wait to hear it!

The Wisdom of Wislon said...

Thanks for your nice comments on my site :>)

ANNA-LYS said...

Hi Monique and thanks for visiting one of my blogs :-)
At the moment I am without sound on my computer. May I come back and listen as soon as it works?

Have a lovely day!

Middle Ditch said...

Thanks Priss. Thanks Leigh. As you can imagine I'm chuffed to bits.

Wisdom of Wislon, it's always a plrasure to visit you.

Thanks for visiting Anna-Lys. I'm off to yours now.

ANNA-LYS said...

Middle Ditch
Hello, thanks for stoping by ;-)
When it comes to the music I think there is not to many songs to find on the Internet that "matches" my seeking after lyrics with Heart and Go (walk) *lol*.
Maybe the one I play at MuseArt today suits Your taste better?
(( hug ))

ANNA-LYS said...

My sound works now, but not here :-(
I will look into if I need some special software for this.

Have a Lovely Day

flyinamber said...

Hi Monique!
Tnx for stopping by me again!
Your story about the jewelry-box brought tears in my eyes!I have a great luck that my parents are both still well and in good health.
I'm very lucky this days-I finally bought one ferret..

Middle Ditch said...

Thank you all for visiting and making a comment. I will visit you all soon, but must do some writing first. I'm struggling with an episode. Whatever I do, it still isn't right! How annoying is that!

ANNA-LYS said...

Hello Monique

Do I have to become a member or something to be able to listen to your broadcasts? It doesn't happen anything and I use VLC media player that usually takes all kind of sounds. Please, help me out here!

Yes, I do like poetry :-)

Is't it a little better if You have Your comments in a "pop-up window", then it would be possible to stay on Your blog at the same time.

(( hugs Hippie *lol* ))

Middle Ditch said...

Thank you Anna-Lys. I hope it worked. Am glad that you like poetry because my husband David is an international renown poet. He is on You Tube to promote his book Man in Black. The launch is on 22 November in London Have a look at www.youtube.com and type in the search box David Caddy. Enjoy.

ANNA-LYS said...

Please do remind me on the 22:th dear Monique. I can here the broadcast, but badly, because I can't download, and my Internet connection is a mobile one at 7.2 Mbit/s ... it doesn't work for streaming sounds.

Now I have published one of my favourite poems ;-) because You asked if I like poetry.

(( hug ))

Anne Lyken-Garner said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. This is very original where do you get your ideas from?

ANNA-LYS said...

(( HUG!!! ))

Middle Ditch said...

Thank you all for your comments. Episode eight will be posted soon. I promise everyone that it is a corker.

grasshopper said...

Hi there!
Thanks for dropping by my site. It’ll take a while to listen to all episodes so I’ll get back to you with some comments later.:-)

FANCY said...

Hello and thanks for you passing by my page...I have try to figure out how to play myself in to the post like you are doing...I have had a great fun time listen here ...*LOL*...

Aggie said...

This looks cool. I'll have a listen over the weekend.

Jessica Buck said...

Hey- thanks for the note. That's an interesting idea. Good luck! If you want someone to read/edit query letters, etc, I am available (from time to time ;)

- Jessica

Middle Ditch said...

Thanks for visiting Grasshopper, I'll keep in touch.

Welcome Fancy, Aggie and Jessica, keep listening.

ANNA-LYS said...

Have a Lovely Weekend!
(( hug ))

Leigh Russell said...

Hi and thank you for your comments on my blog. I agree, I wander about and find familiar bloggers everywhere. I like that. It feels like a virtual community. Do you think eventually everyone on the blog will make contact with every one else?

Akasha Savage said...

What an excellent blog! You've got yourself a new listener.

Julie said...

Hi Middle Ditch ...

Thankyou for what you said on Leighs.

I didn't want to offend anyone, but it was a bit of a surprise suddenly realizing everything was accessible on google despite selecting out search engines. (And Yahoo as well).

If people cross link, apparently it proliferates.

I've run accross a few people who've had to resort to comment moderation as a result of reactions to things they've said or posted.

Checked this area out with son knowledgeable in IT - and it seems that there is no absolute guarantee that even closed blogs are free from from sophisticated search engines.

I'm not over cautious - but I am married to someone with a legal background, and basically anything that goes in print on a blog is there in black and white; plus back material is held in cache for a certain length of time even when deleted.

The real risk is probably minimal, but its food for thought; and being a Brit we have a smaller 'pool'than US with a fair number of personal contacts.

Middle Ditch said...

Thanks Julie and Akasha Savage for visiting this Radio Serial. This is now also going to be broadcast on World Radio Paris, a digital radio station based in Paris and in a few months time on an Internet Radio Station.

Julie said...

Hi- Just to say thanks for calling in
- I just took out the duplicates.

I must come back and have a proper listen to your stuff.

Given the millions of google entries out there its possible to over-react to something like this I guess; but when i suggested I left comments open so friends without blogger accounts could comment, IT offspring strongly warned me against it as there are robotic 'searchers' (don't know what to call them and that sounds rather like Matrix)
which take advantage of loopholes to dump unwanted material on your blog. What you don't know and all that....

I've found I've got at least a couple of dozen separate entries on google - in just three weeks; which is alright if you want the publicity I guess!

All the best

Julie

Julie said...

replied on mine...

Shankar said...

HI im very impressed by seeing your comments. thank you very much. exactly as u said sometimes the door of the producers closes when we need but i strongly believe oneday everyone will get their time to show their stuffs. im waiting for that right time. nice meeting you. if possible we can be in touch so i can learn from you and share with you about the media experience and concept i come across in my daily life.
stay in touch.
regards,
shankar

ANNA-LYS said...

Very very soon it is the 1:th of December ... and a new window will open into the magic words of Middle Ditch ;-)

Aggie said...

Enjoyed what I've heard so far. I love the accents. Lol!

Middle Ditch said...

Hello everyone. Thank you, thank you, thank you. We say goodbye to this episode and move on to number eight, where I hope to see you all again.

tykobrie said...

What a shock this was to poor old Sarah. Her lover is her husband's brother.

Monique said...

It was the last thing on earth that poor Sarah expected Tykobrie.

MRMacrum said...

At least Sarah seems to favor keeping her treasures in the family. But does she even know she was?

Gotta run, er, well get started on my day. will pick up again with # 8.

Middle Ditch said...

mrmacrum, listen on and you will find out.

Devin said...

So glad to have found Middle Ditch! Peace and be well all of you! Hope to be back tomorrow or very soon.

Middle Ditch said...

Devin, it's great to see you here.

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