- Mark Bonnar
- Sarah Alexander
- Finlay Christie
- Phoebe Abbott
- Emily Bruni
- Oli Dillon
- Marcella Evaristi
- Marilyn Imrie
- Gordon Kennedy
Mark Bonnar and Sarah Alexander star in Marcella Evaristi's comedy of shared parenting.
Mimi and Joe are determined to be the best kind of divorced parents, supportive and as good as any traditional set up. Mimi has even salvaged her ex's best suit from the charity shop where it was meanly dumped by Joe's most recent ex-wife. But Joe keeps getting misdirected post from the fetish shop across the road and Mimi cannot keep her prying fingers away from a big fat intriguing parcel.
Meanwhile their daughter Lucy has discovered an ethical way of eating that does not involve putting Quorn in her mouth - because her hero Mark Zuckerberg has said eating meat is not immoral if you catch your own dinner. So Lucy is going to steal a chicken. From a back garden in Highgate. It's a brilliant plan, especially since she has told her brother Tom he is saving the chicken bound for a battery farm.
But what are all those funny handcuffs doing on her dad's sitting room floor?
Director: Marilyn Imrie
Producer: Gordon Kennedy
An Absolutely Production for BBC Radio 4.
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