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.
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 third series, Katy's a mum at last, Daniel's got a new job, but Lucy's jealous. Daniel and Lucy rethink their priorities on a golfing break with their awful friends. And change is all around, but Lucy doesn't realise that Daniel can't keep secrets.
"Lighthearted gets dark, and fades to gray"
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 first series, Lucy sets up Daniel's party, but their mates seem too busy with kids. Then, when a top author gets writer's block, Lucy and Daniel get landed with an unwelcome guest. In the third episode, Daniel and Lucy's plans for a quiet weekend are hit by a stream of unplanned visitors and are later hit by other people's baby blues.
The complete first series of the BBC Radio 4 comedy series by David Spicer. Starring Danny Webb as Roger, Tony Slattery as Tom, Tony Gardner as Mike, Polly Frame as Jules, Carla Mendonca as Hannah. Producer: Liz Anstee. A Celador production for BBC Radio 4.
Series 2 of the BBC Radio comedy series about golf, friendship and midlife crises. Mike, Tom and Roger continue in their quest to be Wild Men of the Links and sort out their personal and romantic lives. Starring Danny Webb as Roger, Tony Slattery as Tom, Tony Gardner as Mike, Polly Frame as Jules and Carla Mendonça as Hannah. Written by David Spicer. Producer: Liz Anstee. A Celador Production for BBC Radio 4.
Daniel lands an advertising job, but just how much does he like his new boss? Original Airdate: October 17th, 2003
Daniel's birthday approaches, and an old school party is planned. Original Airdate: June 8th, 2001.
Daniel and Lucy host a dinner party.Original Airdate: July 5th, 2002
Lucy and Daniel want a quiet weekend to themselves, but things never work out quite as planned. Original Airdate: June 22nd, 2001.
When author April Prescott gets writer's block, Lucy and Daniel are lumbered with a rather unwelcome house guest. Original Airdate: June 15th, 2001.
The men are left in charge of the baby while the ladies are off on a writer's retreat. Original Airdate: July 19th, 2002.
Lucy is up for a promotion at work, but has to deal with Katie's baby blues.Original Airdate: July 6th, 2001
Why is Peter acting so strangely, and will Daniel and Lucy ever get their quiet night in?Original Airdate: June 28th, 2002
Lucy joins a school reunion site and reunites with an old friend. Original Airdate: June 21st, 2002.
Katie's baby is overdue, and everyone comes over for poker night. Original Airdate: June 29th, 2001.
With a new baby on the way it's time for some home improvements. Original Airdate: November 14th, 2003.
Have Daniel and Lucy finally had enough of dealing with other people's problems?Original Airdate: November 21st, 2003
Lucy tells her parents she's pregnant. Original Airdate: November 7th, 2003.
Change is in the air when Amanda and Richard put their happy lives together on the line by becoming engaged.Original Airdate: October 31, 2003.
Daniel and Lucy have been asked to be godparents, but are they right for the job? Original Airdate: July 13th, 2001.