2 series each of 4 x 30 minute episodes
MPEG-1 Layer 3
Radio 4 sitcom about community policing. Written by Dave Lamb and starring Richie Webb and Nick Walker
Hobby Bobbies is a sitcom about community policing from the team behind The Music Teacher, Dave Against The Machine and 15 Minute Musicals.
Nigel is probably Britain's longest serving Community Police Support Officer, and Geoff is probably the laziest. They make quite a team.
Series 1 2013
1. Dangerous Minds
First broadcast: Friday 12th July 2013
Geoff's decision to finally rebel against his domineering Dad doesn't go quite as he'd have liked.
2. Dangerous Driving
First broadcast: Friday 19th July 2013
Our heroes decide to act on dangerous driving in the town, starting with colleague Jermain.
3. Dangerous Posters
First broadcast: Friday 26th July 2013
The useless officers' crackdown on fly-posting leads to the disappearance of 'Daddy Warbucks' and the sight of Bernie in a bright red wig.
4. Dangerous Dogs
First broadcast: Friday 2nd August 2013
Our heroes are dispatched to investigate a nuisance caller and her dangerous dog - but stumble into the local drugs racket.
Series 2 2014
First broadcast: Wednesday 26th November 2014
When an enormous sinkhole opens up, the police need to do a little more than 'look into it'.
First broadcast: Wednesday 3rd December 2014
The tiny Haling police force is thrown into confusion when the Guv orders a crackdown on vice in their patch. Can social media help unveil the mysterious Big Brenda?
First broadcast: Wednesday 10th December 2014
A little bit of murky police history comes back to haunt the Haling squad. Will the stench of corruption overpower the whiff of lager at the inter-force darts tournament?
First broadcast: Wednesday 17th December 2014
Nigel takes up free running in the hope that physical fitness can improve his performance at work. But what, if anything, will identify the mysterious hand cream thief?
2013 - 2014
BBC Radio 4
8 (2 series)
Richie Webb, Nick Walker, Sinead Keenan, Chris Emmett, Noddy Holder and Leon Herbert