Saltcoats funny man Brian Morrison returns to Ancient Egypt in our story today. What happens, he asks, when mummies take their mummies along to the Luxor Palace Bingo Hall? Well, you’ll find out in Play Bingo Like an Egyptian.
A man relaxing on the sofa at home sustains serious injuries – allegedly out of nowhere. Another domestic for the Polis to handle? Find out for yourself in Virtual Trouble, the latest drama from the pen of Saltcoats-born writer Brian Morrison.
Haud oan tae yer hats, folks! The Professionals are back at Glasgow’s Burrell Collection! It’s laugh-a-minute as Fitlike and Brodie, security guards supreme, spring into action to stop the crooks.
Enjoy The Steal, the latest caper from the pen of Saltcoats funny man, Brian Morrison.
That man Brian Morrison is here again with a dollop of Friday humour. The Saltcoats-born artist, sketch writer and author is keen to introduce us to his pal Archie, Scotland’s answer to Billy Liar.
So enjoy Ask Archie. And remember – Elvis has not left the building!
There’s a second helping of Saltcoats talent on McStorytellers today. It’s that man Brian Morrison again. He’s in another North Ayrshire club – we can’t keep him out of them! This time it’s the Ardrossan Dockers’ Social Club. It’s 1971. And it’s the night of The Inter-Club Talent Contest.
Enjoy the singing!
“They call it Stormy Monday
But Tuesday’s just as bad”
Forget the wind and rain and get yourself back down to the Saltcoats Labour Club with local man Brian Morrison for more of the Dark Stranger’s adventures among the cowpokes and good-time gals. As one good-time gal declares, Saltcoats is Not A One-Horse Town.
Enjoy the floor show!
Yup, way out west in Saltcoats there are some mean hombres and even meaner gals. Artist, sketch writer and author Brian Morrison should know – he comes from there.
Enjoy Brian’s latest Saltcoats-set tale, The Dark Stranger. You’ll be hearing more from that cowpoke in the months ahead.
“When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie”
Today, Matthew, Saltcoats-born caricaturist, artist, sketch writer and author Brian Morrison is Dan Brown in a spoof entitled How would Leonardo have sliced a pizza?
Enjoy the story. Enjoy Boston, Mass. And enjoy the pizza!
On McStorytellers tonight, it’s that prolific Saltcoats man Brian Morrison again, this time turning his hand from comedy to drama.
Who would have imagined that seventeen words of a nonsense lyric could provide a farmer’s son with a highly successful career? Yup, only in America.
Enjoy The Writer.
Brendan Gisby is McStoryteller-in-Residence. He's the author of four novels, three biographies and several short story collections.