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The complete series 12 of the popular BBC Radio 4 comedy, starring Christopher Douglas as Ed Reardon.
Curmudgeonly author Ed Reardon is back - sent down from university and temporarily living in a hotel, where he's trying to write a novel. With Ping away 'oop North', Ed has a new agent, Maggie, a jam-making, sock-knitting 'older lady'. Can she help him to turn his fortunes around?
In these six episodes, Ed gets a writing gig on Your Motorhome Magazine - and moves into exciting new accommodation and attends his annual health check, where he gets inspiration for his new column and tries to prove his identity to claim an inheritance. Plus, he is persuaded to enter the world of local politics, discovers a whole new world of self-satisfaction surveys and decides to put his relationship with Maggie on a more permanent footing by introducing her to his children.
Written by Christopher Douglas and Andrew Nickolds, this sublimely funny sitcom stars Christopher Douglas as Ed Reardon, with Barunka O'Shaughnessy, Philip Jackson, Monica Dolan, Geoffrey Whitehead, Brigit Forsyth and Stephanie Cole.
The Writer in the Van (24 October 2017)
Diabetes Day (31 October 2017)
The Legacy (7 November 2017)
An Enemy of the People (14 November 2017)
How Did I Do? (21 November 2017)
A Different Direction (28 November 2017)
Ed Reardon - Christopher Douglas
Receptionist - Nicola Sanderson
Ping - Barunka O'Shaughnessy
Jaz Milvain - Philip Jackson
Maggie - Monica Dolan
Stan/Cliff - Geoffrey Whitehead
Pearl - Brigit Forsyth
Olive - Stephanie Cole
Policeman - Dan Tetsell
Nurse - Ruth Madeley
Nikki - Vicki Pepperdine
Eli - Lisa Coleman
Jake - Sam Pamphilon
Dozzer - Don Gilet
Jack - Karl Theobald
Dominic - Tyger Drew-Honey
Frank/Man - Simon Greenall
Himself - Petroc Trelawney
Written by Andrew Nickolds and Christopher Douglas
Produced by Dawn Ellis
First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 24 October-28 November 2017