A Whole 'Nother Story--Complete series 1-3
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All 14 episodes of Amanda Murphy's sitcom about the will-they-won't-they romance between best friends Cassie and Pete
Cassie's 30, single, and miserable. All her friends are getting married - even Ugly Paula (albeit to someone on a life sentence in a Kentucky prison) but nobody loves her. Except for Pete. And he's her best mate, so he doesn't count... or does he? Over the course of three series, we follow Cassie and Pete as they attempt to answer that critical question, and sort out their complicated feelings for each other.
Joining a dating agency, they begin to suspect that they could be each other's perfect match - but it's only when they both start seeing other people that they realise how much they really mean to each other. Should they risk their lifelong friendship to take a chance on love? Just as Cassie's finally listening to her heart, Pete's new relationship gets serious - and when he's free and single, she's coupled up. Are they fated to remain just good friends, or can they overcome the obstacles in their way and find their happy-ever-after?
Debra Stephenson (Spitting Image, Dead Ringers) stars as Cassie in this funny and relatable comedy drama, with Dave Lamb (Come Dine with Me) as Pete, and a stellar supporting cast including Brendon Burns, Shaun Dooley, Anne Reid, Mike Grady and Paula Wilcox.
Written by Amanda Murphy
Produced by Graham Frost and Dawn Ellis
First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 5-26 September 2001 (Series 1), 23 October-27 November 2002 (Series 2), 17 September-22 October 2003 (Series 3)
Cassie - Debra Stephenson
Pete - Dave Lamb
Rebecca/Jenny - Mika Simmons
PJ - Brendon Burns
Dad (Bill) - Mike Grady
Mum (Janet) - Anne Reid/Brigit Forsyth/Paula Wilcox
Simon - Shaun Dooley
Checkout Girl - Victoria Ashley
Maddie - Julia Morris
Freddie Farmer/Mr Alison/News Anchor/Mr Priestley - Stephen Critchlow
Other parts played by members of the cast
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