Al Murray swaps the pub for Tudor England in latest episode of Future Shocks Radio – now available exclusively to 2000 AD subscribers on the 2000 AD app!

The third episode of the brand new series of audio adaptations of classic Future Shocks from the pages of 2000 AD includes adapatations of ‘Long Live the Queen’ by Kelvin Gosnell and Eric Bradbury (2000 AD Prog 212, 1981); ‘The English Phlondrutian Phrasebook’ by Alan Moore and Brendan McCarthy (2000 AD Prog 214, 1981)

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Episode 3: Long Live The Queen

Written by: Nathaniel Tapley and Jake Yapp
Based On: ‘Long Live the Queen’ by Kelvin Gosnell and Eric Bradbury (2000 AD Prog 212, 1981); ‘The English Phlondrutian Phrasebook’ by Alan Moore and Brendan McCarthy (2000 AD Prog 214, 1981)

Prisoner: Steve Nallon
Carlyle: Al Murray
Sir Francis Walsingham: Darren Strange
Mr Kinch: Darren Strange
Tour Guide: Zoe S Battley
Sea Captain: Jake Yapp
Sir Jason: Jason Kingsley, OBE
Christopher: Alun Smith
Queen Elizabeth: Ruth Bratt
Phlondrutian Learner: Jake Yapp
Teacher: Lizzie Roper

Sound Design: Rick Blything
Edit & Production: Pete Dennis