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A comedy adventure podcast


What is The Rhyming Detective?

The Rhyming Detective is a full cast, comedy adventure podcast series written by Simon Paul Miller.

If you can laugh at comedy that doesn't use swear words, then this new audio podcast should be just your cup of tea. Unless you don't like tea, in which case replace tea with a drink of your own preference.


Episodes one and four were recorded on Thursday 10th March 2016 at Jubilee Leamington in front of a live audience of over 120 people. The first episode was released as a podcast on March 25th.




From the left, Nick Wilmot (Sound Engineer), Andrew Jakeman (SFX), Sue Stepney (Professor Watt), Simon Paul Miller (Dick Dick Digger), Anna Chilvers (Queenie), Jonathan Chilvers (Mr King) and Andy Ennever (SFX).


From the left, Anna Bird (MeeMee), Charles Crow (Lord Web-Browser), Simon Paul Miller (Dick Dick Digger) and Gary Bird (The Phantom).

Podcast Cover Artist: Thomas Adams

The terrific artwork for our podcast covers was created by Thomas Adams, an artist with over fifteen years experience in computer graphics and a BA (Hons) in Computer Studies and Art.

About The Writer: Simon Paul Miller

Breaking The News

Newsjack & Breaking The News

Simon Paul Miller has written material used in two BBC comedy shows...

A Christmas mini-episode, which is a tale narrated by Dick Dick Digger, and Episode Three, "It's All About MeeMee", were recorded, again at Jubilee Leamington, on Monday 28th November 2016 in front of a live audience of over 100 people.


The Christmas special, "The Fight Before Christmas", was released in December 2016 and "It's All About MeeMee" was released in February 2017.

BBC Radio 4 Extra's Newsjack accepts (and pays for!) material from anyone, and Simon has been a regular contributor to this show since 2013.


In 2017, Simon joined the writers pool for BBC Scotland's Breaking The News and got a one-liner on the show in just his second week.


The Show What You Wrote

A sketch written by Simon Paul Miller was recorded on Monday 9th September 2015 at the Comedy Club in Manchester for BBC Radio Four Extra's comedy sketch show, 'The Show What You Wrote'. It was one of eighty scripts selected from over 2,500 sketches that were sent in to the production team but, unfortunately, didn't make it into the final edit.

The Show What You Wrote
Doctor Who Short Trips Vol 3

Doctor Who Short Trips: Seven To One

Also by Simon Paul Miller, this short story can be purchased as part of an audiobook compilation on the Big Finish Web Site....


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