Arrested Development (radio series)

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Arrested Development
Genre Comedy
Running time 30 minutes
Country of origin United Kingdom
Language(s) English
Home station BBC Radio 4
Starring Letitia Dean
Susannah Doyle
Phil Cornwell
Julian Rhind-Tutt
Written by Simon Warne
Produced by Tracey Neale
Original release May 2000 – June 2000
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 4
Audio format Stereophonic sound
Website Official BBC Page

Arrested Development was a short-lived British radio programme that aired from May to June 2000. There were four half-hour episodes and it was broadcast on BBC Radio 4. It starred Letitia Dean and Susannah Doyle. The show was written by Simon Warne and produced by Tracey Neale.[1]


Episode 1[edit]

Penny and Dave are to get married however the day proves full of problems; with Penny's hair being one of them.

Episode 2[edit]

Penny's sister Kate must help her come to terms with Dave jilting her on the wedding day.

Episode 3[edit]

Kate's cottage is left ruined after she hires an over-enthusiastic builder.

Episode 4[edit]

Bob attempts to woo Kate back, while Penny contemplates the future after her relationship broke down.