I'm listening to the audiobook of the BBC radio version of THE FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS. It's brilliant, but I'm finding the name change of Rhys Darby's brilliant Murray Hewitt character, to Bryan Nesbitt, slightly disorienting in the short term. I dunno why they changed it when they crossed the Atlantic, and changed media. Maybe "Murray" is just a fundamentally funnier forename. Certainly when said in a nasally Kiwi twang.