Whatever Happened to ...?
Whatever Happened to ..? is a series of eleven plays broadcast in two series on BBC Radio 4 in 1994 and 1995. They covered the fate of various fictional characters, such as Popeye and Susan Foreman, the granddaughter of the Doctor in Doctor Who. The writer was Adrian Mourby, who in 1997 had published a book called Whatever Happened to ...?: The Ultimate Sequels Book, in a similar vein with the further adventures of Frankenstein's Monster, The Artful Dodger, Snow White, Romeo, Big Bad Wolf, Pinocchio, Man Friday, Jane Eyre, Dorothy Gale from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and Jim Hawkins.
|Title||Date of broadcast|
|Whatever Happened to George?||11 June 1994|
|Whatever Happened to Popeye?||18 June|
|Whatever Happened to the Ugly Sisters?||25 June|
|Whatever Happened to Horace Henry Samuel Quelch?||2 July|
|Whatever Happened to Susan Foreman?||9 July|
|Whatever Happened to Little Lord Fauntleroy?||16 July|
|Whatever Happened to the Big Bad Wolf?||2 October 1995|
|Whatever Happened to Pinocchio?||2 October|
|Whatever Happened to the Seven Dwarves?||23 October|
|Whatever Happened to Mowgli?||30 October|
|Whatever Happened to Postman Pat?||6 November|
The Radio 4 series starred Sir Michael Hordern, Jane Asher (as Susan), Lesley Philips (as the Big Bad Wolf), Roshan Seth (as Mowgli) Warren Mitchell and James Grout. The first series won Adrian Mourby the Sony Silver Award for Creative Writing on Radio.