Winston In Love is a radio comedy series by Peter Tinniswood. It was first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1991, as a series of six 30-minute episodes. It featured the return of Tinniswood's popular character Winston Hayballs, first heard in The Village Fête and in subsequent series.
Nancy has fallen in love. Will Winston stand in the way, all these years later?
- Winston - Bill Wallis
- Father - Maurice Denham
- Nancy - Shirley Dixon
- Rosie - Liz Goulding
- William - Christian Rodska
Directed by Shaun MacLoughlin
|Episode Number||Title||Broadcast Date||Summary|
|01||"I'm In Love, I'm In Love"||31 December 1990||Newly in love, Nancy finds it unpleasant recalling events with Winston under an old beech tree many years ago.|
|02||"Taking Tea With Roland"||07 January 1991||Nancy wants her new man to meet the family, but will the old rogue sabotage the event?|
|03||"Happy Days in Cawnpore"||14 January 1991||Winston declares his love for Nancy.|
|04||"A Dangerous Critter"||21 January 1991||Everybody except William has fallen in love, though they could probably do better...|
|05||"Figuratively Speaking"||28 January 1991||Nancy elopes and Father declares that he's in love with Mrs Sunderland - figuratively speaking of course.|
|06||"Clip Clop, Clip Clop"||04 February 1991||Father says he'll marry ghastly Mrs Sunderland and cut his family off without a bean.|