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|Running time||30 minutes|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Written by||Milton Jones, James Cary|
|Produced by||David Tyler|
|Original release||July 2003 – August 2003|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||6|
The House of Milton Jones is a radio comedy series which was first broadcast in 2003 on BBC Radio 4.It was written by Milton Jones and James Carey, and starred Milton Jones as himself, Olivia Colman as Milton's sister Susan, Nigel Lindsay as Susan's husband Ian, Tom Goodman-Hill as Anton, and Rosemary Leach as Milton's Aunt Dilys. Re-runs are broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Extra (formerly known as BBC 7 and BBC Radio 7).
BBC Radio 4 is a radio station owned and operated by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) that broadcasts a wide variety of spoken-word programmes including news, drama, comedy, science and history. It replaced the BBC Home Service in 1967. The station controller is Gwyneth Williams, and the station is part of BBC Radio and the BBC Radio department. The station is broadcast from the BBC's headquarters at Broadcasting House, London. On 21 January 2019 Williams announced she was quitting the role. There are no details of when or who will be her replacement.
Milton Hywel Jones is an English comedian. His style of humour is based on one-liners involving puns delivered in a deadpan and slightly neurotic style. Jones has had various shows on BBC Radio 4 and is a recurring guest panellist on Mock the Week. He won the Perrier comedy award for best newcomer in 1996. and in 2012, Another Case of Milton Jones was awarded silver in the 'Best Comedy' category at the 30th Sony Radio Academy awards. Jones tours the UK periodically and is a regular performer at The Comedy Store in London and Manchester.
Sarah Caroline Olivia Colman is an English actress. She is the recipient of an Academy Award, four BAFTA Awards, four British Independent Film Awards, two Golden Globe Awards and has been nominated twice for an Emmy Award.
|1||8 July 2003|
|2||15 July 2003|
|3||22 July 2003|
|4||29 July 2003|
|5||5 August 2003|
|6||12 August 2003|
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