Rupert has read over thirty audiobooks from authors such as Peter Carey, Haruki Murakami, Peter Temple and Franz Kafka to children's authors such as Jamie Rix, Derek Landy, Chris Ryan and Darren Shan - he also provided the voice of Pantalaimon in Philip Pullman's Northern Lights. His animation work includes Mr Bean, Robotboy, Bob the Builder, Chop Socky Chooks and the Oscar nominated Badgered and he has also performed in over forty radio productions, including The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The Glittering Prizes, Jack Rosenthal's Last Act and The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists. Rupert also appears on television and on stage, most notably in the West End productions of Stones in His Pockets and The 39 Steps. Born in 1918, Frank Hampson always wanted to be a pilot. After serving in the Army during the Second World War, he managed to live his dream as creator and original artist for Dan Dare, first published in the British comic The Eagle in April 1950. Tom's most frequent appearances on the radio have been as Anton in four series of Another Case of Milton Jones and as Archie in Hut 33, both on Radio 4. On TV he's best know for his regular appearances as PC in Ideal, playing Tom in Perfect Day, and for The Office, Broken News, Spoons, Doctor Who, Gideon's Daughter, Never Better, Jonathan Creek and Miss Austen Regrets. His films include The league of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Festival, Fat Slags, The One and Only and Hippie Hippie Shake. On stage, he's best know for playing Peter Cook in Come Again and for creating the role of Lancelot in Monty Python's Spamalot in the West End. Actress, impressionist and singer, Kate has just worked on a new sketch show for BBC3 (Autumn 08) is currently recording series 4 of The Blagger's Guide and supplied all female voices/impressions for both 2DTV and Hedz. In the West End, she has played Cecily Cardew Mistress Dainty and Magenta, Rocky Horror Show. She is also lead singer in The Rocky Horror Band - available for batmitzvahs and masonic dinners. Cash only please.