Morwenna Banks

Shush!: The Complete Series 1 and 2
  • Shush!: The Complete Series 1 and 2

    • Morwenna Banks

    • Rebecca Front

    • Full Cast (Read by)

    • Rebecca Front (Read by)

    • Morwenna Banks (Read by)

    The complete first and second series of the award-winning sitcom written by and starring Morwenna Banks (Absolutely) and Rebecca Front (The Thick of It) set in, yes, a library, but no ordinary library. This is the library overseen and run by the most unlikely pairing since Mills met Boon.

    Meet Alice (Rebecca Front) - a former child prodigy who won a place at Oxford aged nine, but because Daddy went too she never needed to have any friends. She's scared of everything - everything that is, except libraries and Snoo (Morwenna Banks), a slightly confused individual, with a have-a-go attitude to life, marriage, haircuts and reality. Snoo loves books, and fully intends to read one someday.

    And forever popping into the library is Dr. Cadogan (Michael Fenton Stevens), celebrity doctor to the stars and a man with his finger in every pie. Charming, indiscreet and quite possibly wanted by Interpol, if you want a discrete nip and tuck and then photos of it accidentally left on the photocopier, Dr Cadogan is your man.

    Their happy life is interrupted by the arrival of Simon Nielson (Ben Willbond), a man with a mission, a mission to close down inefficient libraries. Fortunately, he hates his mission. What he really wants to do is once, just once get even with his inexhaustible supply of high-achieving brothers....

Morwenna Banks is an English comedy actress, writer and producer known for her role as Mummy Pig, Madame Gazelle and Dr Hamster in the toddler series Peppa Pig. One of her early major television roles was as part of the team on the comedy sketch show Absolutely. Rebecca Front is a BAFTA award–winning comedy actress and occasional writer best known for her performances in The Thick of It, and series of satirical comedies in the early 1990s: On The Hour, The Day Today and Knowing Me, Knowing You…with Alan Partridge. Arthur Mathews is an Irish comedy writer and actor who has either written or contributed to a number of popular television comedies, most notably Father Ted. [source: Wikipedia]

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