Wooden Overcoats

Rudyard Funn runs a funeral parlor in the little village of Piffling Vale. Unfortunately a certain Eric Chapman has moved in across the road, and opened up a wonderfully new and exciting parlor. It even has a coffee machine!

In order to remain afloat in this dying trade, he has had to resort to more than a little underhanded shenanigans, and sabotage; which always end up being devastatingly disastrous…for Rudyard that is.

Follow the Funn family, as they fumble through a funerary procession of fateful faux pas.

This beautifully crafted comedy definitely puts the fun back in funeral, and you’ll be dying to hear it again and again!

Amazing English humor to a tea.

For more information on this sensational sitcom, visit the wooden overcoats website.


Check out some more amazing comedy shows by clicking on the respective picture links below.


Would you like to get to know the people who make these wonderful audio dramas? Then why not check out my interview posts by clicking the ‘Behind the Mic’ picture link below.

I have also just started a series of posts documenting the history of audio drama which can be found by clicking on the following link.


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