Double Income, No Kids Yet

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Double Income, No Kids Yet is a British radio sitcom written by David Spicer and originally broadcast on BBC Radio 4 from June 2001 to November 2003.[1] There were three series of six episodes each starring David Tennant as Daniel and Elizabeth Carling as Lucy,[2] a childless couple in a world of people with children.



Series One:

  • Episode One -- "Birthday"—Daniel's birthday approaches, and an old school party is planned.
    Original Airdate: 8 June 2001
  • Episode Two -- "Writer's Block"—When author April Prescott gets writer's block, Lucy and Daniel are lumbered with a rather unwelcome house guest.
    Original Airdate: 15 June 2001
  • Episode Three—Lucy and Daniel want a quiet weekend to themselves, but things never work out quite as planned.
    Original Airdate: 22 June 2001
  • Episode Four—Katie's baby is overdue, and everyone comes over for poker night.
    Original Airdate: 29 June 2001
  • Episode Five—Lucy is up for a promotion at work, but has to deal with Katie's baby blues.
    Original Airdate: 6 July 2001
  • Episode Six—Daniel and Lucy have been asked to be godparents, but are they right for the job?
    Original Airdate: 13 July 2001

Series Two:

  • Episode One—When the guys join the gym, Lucy and Katie have a big problem on their hands.
    Original Airdate: 14 June 2002
  • Episode Two—Lucy joins a school reunion site and reunites with an old friend.
    Original Airdate: 21 June 2002
  • Episode Three—Why is Peter acting so strangely, and will Daniel and Lucy ever get their quiet night in?
    Original Airdate: 28 June 2002
  • Episode Four—Daniel and Lucy host a dinner party.
    Original Airdate: 5 July 2002
  • Episode Five—The news that their best friends are expecting another baby produces an unexpected reaction in Lucy.
    Original Airdate: 12 July 2002
  • Episode Six—The men are left in charge of the baby while the ladies are off on a writer's retreat.
    Original Airdate: 19 July 2002

Series Three

  • Episode One—Daniel lands an advertising job, but just how much does he like his new boss?
    Original Airdate: 17 October 2003
  • Episode Two -- "Golf"—Daniel and Lucy go away on holiday, and come to a surprising decision.
    Original Airdate: 24 October 2003
  • Episode Three—Change is in the air when Amanda and Richard put their happy lives together on the line by becoming engaged.
    Original Airdate: 31 October 2003
  • Episode Four—Lucy tells her parents she's pregnant.
    Original Airdate: 7 November 2003
  • Episode Five -- "Home Improvements"—With a new baby on the way it's time for some home improvements.
    Original Airdate: 14 November 2003
  • Episode Six—Have Daniel and Lucy finally had enough of dealing with other people's problems?
    Original Airdate: 21 November 2003