Winston in Europe is a radio comedy series by Peter Tinniswood. It was first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992, 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.
Father wants to move the family abroad.
- 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||"Don't Gush, Nancy"||12 March 1992||Father says he wants to move to Europe, and Winston doesn't seem to be his usual chipper self.|
|02||"An Educated Woman"||19 March 1992||The family arrive in France.|
|03||"Where Are We Now?"||26 March 1992||The old rogue challenges Nancy's intelligence and Father sings the praises of Crewe toilets.|
|04||"Coping With Urges"||02 April 1992||As the imaginary European rail tour gets fractious, Nancy plans to get even with Winston.|
|05||"Questions and Answers"||09 April 1992||The old rogue has something he wants to ask Nancy - but Father's got his own plans.|
|06||"Finis"||16 April 1992||On the family's whistle-stop tour of Europe, Father shows them where he married Mother.|