David Tennant (Doctor Who) and Liz Carling (Casualty) star in the sitcom about a young couple, Daniel and Lucy, and their circle of friends. In the second series Lucy drags Dan to the gym after yet another night on the tiles and Dan's best mate Andy is surprised to meet Lucy's old school chum.
Dan and Lucy's getaway plans are thwarted by other people's problems, Steve and Linda host a dinner party, and with news of another baby for their best friends, Dan takes action over Lucy's reaction. This series was first broadcast in 2002.
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David Tennant is truly one of the best narrators I've heard thus far on Audible. Not only was David Tennant outstanding, but so were the rest of the actors/narrators. This series has become one of my favorites to listen to. I have finished Series 1 and 2 and almost done with 3. I've actually started listening to the series from the beginning for the second time. Great story, great voice acting, A++ from me.
Really great i workd recommend to anyone to listen to this audiobook - one of my all time favourites I listen to it again and again
"David Tennant and Elizabeth Carling are brilliant"
Another great series of David Spicer's comedy drama full of top notch performances and direction. Daniel and Lucy are perfect to have coffee with.
"David Tennant is brilliant!"
This is a great listen. Not laugh out loud funny but witty enough to keep you listening. It's best to listen to series one first as familiarity with the characters definitely makes series 2 more enjoyable. David Tennant is brilliant - I love listening to his voice!
Loved the first series on the radio and couldn't wait for series 2 so bought from Audible. One of the best sitcoms of recent years.
David Tennant and Liz carling are brillaint as the anti parenthood couple. The way they see the world around them, full of other couples with kids and all the problems that brings is wonderful.
The humour is at times drier than a liquid Nitrogen Martini. However, it's always funny and very fast. This really is something you can listen to many times and always find a nugget of humour you missed the first time.
This is one to get and keep. You'll listen to it again and again.
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