Cabin Pressure is a radio sitcom written and created by John Finnemore and directed and produced by David Tyler. It follows the exploits of the eccentric crew of. Cabin Pressure may refer to: Cabin pressurization in aircraft; Cabin Pressure ( film), a Canadian film; Cabin Pressure (radio series), a BBC Radio comedy . It's the BBC Radio 4 sitcom Cabin Pressure - which for 10 years has chronicled life at a tiny (fictional) charter airline. But it is also a programme.
Sketch show from the writer of Radio 4's Cabin Pressure, John Finnemore Cabin Pressure starring John Finnemore, Roger Allam and Benedict Cumberbatch. In the early noughties, I was writing for the radio sketch shows Dead Ringers and That Mitchell and Webb Sound and I wanted to try something. Cabin Pressure is set in the wing and a prayer world of a tiny, one-plane charter airline; staffed by two pilots, one on his way down, and one who was never up to .
How Things Work: Cabin Pressure. Why you remain conscious at 30, feet. manutention-guadeloupe.com 'A loud bang, thump or clap' are among the signs cabin crew are told to listen out for if a plane suddenly loses cabin pressure - but what happens next, and how. Cabin Pressure is a BBC 4 radio sitcom, written by John Finnemore, about a small charter airline – or, technically, an 'airdot', as you can't put only one.