John on the Paul Ross show on Talk Radio

8 August 2016







December 2014

John on The Steve Wright Show, BBC Radio 2




December 2014

John on the Charlie Sloth Show, R1xtra







June 2014

The Martian Chronicles, BBC Radio 4

John Altman as Parkhill and Zoe Tapper as Evie recording The Martian Chronicles


Dangerous Visions: The Martian Chronicles

Derek Jacobi stars in a reimagining of Ray Bradbury's classic fable. An astronaut from Earth attempts to prevent the colonisation that could eradicate an ancient race of Martians.

When the first expedition to Mars mysteriously disappears, Earth sends a second to find out what happened. But the real mission is classified. And only Captain Wilder knows the truth.

Spender, an anthropologist on Wilder's crew, attempts to prevent the colonisation that she believes will eradicate the last of an ancient people living on Mars. But to what lengths will she go?

As the honourable but duty-bound Captain Wilder tracks the now rogue Spender into the Martian mountains, the future of this ancient planet is at stake. Meanwhile, Earth itself teeters on the brink of its own global catastrophe as the very survival of humanity hangs in the balance.

With Derek Jacobi as Captain Wilder; Hayley Atwell as Spender; Anna Madeley as The Lawyer; Mark Lewis Jones as Hathaway; John Altman as Parkhill; Zoë Tapper as Evie; Jonathan Rhodes as Biggs; Dean Harris as Thompson; Ryan Sewell as Young Wilder; Rachael Naylor as Pluto Survey Officer; Jacob James as Soldier; Robert Lock as Prison Officer; Melissa Aston-Munslow as Miss Edwards; Owen Sewell as Robert; and Polehampton Junior School as Mayflower Rocket Kids. Dramatised for radio by Richard Kurti and Bev Doyle.





When ex Eastenders actor John Altman, aka Nick Cotton, was looking to break into the charts with his band HEAVY METAL KIDS he was interviewed at the studios of Blast Radio by The Mighty Quinn!







In Converstaion with John Altman in "Snow White"

Radio Teesdale attended the first day of rehearsals of the 2007 Darlington Civic Theatre panto “Snow White.”

Peter Dixon spoke to John Altman…the baddy!!