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All three series of the BBC sitcom about a couple who've split up, but can't quite call it quits
When two people have history, how can they ever be history? That's the question facing Molly and Doug, who are separating after 16 years of marriage. He's moving out (albeit a mere three streets away), and she's moving on (just as soon as she can get her wedding ring off)—only somehow, they can't seem to stay away from one another.
Breaking up would be so much easier if it wasn't for the woes of their two teenage children, Doug's elderly mum's interference, and the sneaking suspicion that perhaps they shouldn't be divorcing at all.... Will the couple get closure and accept that their relationship is over, or can they find a way to rebuild their lives together?
Written by acclaimed scriptwriter Paul Mendelson (May to December, My Hero), this sparkling romantic comedy stars Rebecca Lacey as Molly and Paul Venables as Doug, with a full cast including Rebecca Front, Samantha Spiro and Robin Weaver.
Written by Paul Mendelson
Produced by David Ian Neville
First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 23 July-13 August 2003 (Series 1), 14 July-18 August 2004 (Series 2), 27 July-31 August 2005 (Series 3)
Molly - Rebecca Lacey
Doug/Shopkeeper - Paul Venables
Kaz/Michelle/Emma - Soumaya Keynes
Ryan - Jessie Sullivan
Dawn - Rebecca Front/Samantha Spiro/Robin Weaver
Scarlet/Mrs Johnston - Rebecca Front
Mrs Lonsdale/Annie/Mrs Dawlish/Lydia/Mrs Niarchos/Waitress/Mrs Luigi/Old lady - Marlene Sidaway
Ansel/Steve/Stallholder/Surgeon - Richard Firth
Raymond/Mr Silverton/TV announcer/Ernie/Alistair - Jonathan Tafler
Gwynneth - Jennifer Hill
Susan - Samantha Spiro
Eirwen/Waitress - Robin Weaver
"Bittersweet and very funny." (The Times)