Well Bill Nighy did hundreds of radioplays for the BBC, and you can regulary hear some of them on BBC7. Maybe one day a list will be added here.
The Midwich Cuckoos (BBC radio sci-fi) (2007)
Set in the remote village of Midwich the story tells of a series of unexpected pregnancies and subsequent births which all occur on the same day. Each child the ability to communicate telepathically, a power which gets stronger as the children grow older.
Despite the recentness of the production it retains a lot of the feeling of classic 1950’s sci-fi. Stylishly directed the dramatisation is especially noteworthy for Nighy’s understated performance.
2006 Charles Paris – Sicken and so die (4 episodes, BBC)
Bill Nighy is Charles Paris
2004 All Fingers and Thumbs
A new comedy drama by Alan Stafford. Tom is trying to create serious theatre. Marie is flailing her arms around to amuse a few deaf people. She’s the very last thing he needs. Isn’t she?
Writer: Alan Stafford
Director: Dirk Maggs
Cast: Bill Nighy (Tom), Felicity Montagu (Helen), Susannah Doyle (Marie), Jenny Éclair (Sal), Steve Day (Michael), Fifi Garfield (Paula), Brian Bowles (Clive, Gordon, Jamie)
YES MINISTER VOLUME ONE
Volume one of Jonathan Lynn & Anthony Jays’ satirical classic, starring Paul Eddington as Rt.Hon.James Hacker; Nigel Hawthorne as Sir Humphrey Appleby; Derek Fowlds as Bernard;
Bill Nighy as Frank can be heard in episodes 3. The Economy Drive and 4. The Writing On The Wall .
BBC Radio Collection has released the series on a set of 2 audio cassettes.