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Finding the Perfect Equation

Episode 2 of 4

Duration:
30 minutes
First broadcast:
Friday 12 April 2013

Following on from Charlotte Cory's Thinking of Leaving Your Husband, this romantic comedy series explores the perils of internet dating for the middle-aged man.

Professor Tony (Henry Goodman), a recently-widowed professor who teaches in the University Mathematics Department of East Greenwich and Lewisham Combined, is struggling to understand the mathematical basis for social interaction.

A former student, who runs a thriving estate agency, introduces him to the website FindthePerfectPartner4u.com, and Tony's introduction to the dangerous and exciting game of internet dating begins.

All his internet dates are played by Lia Williams.

Cast:
Tony........................................................Henry Goodman
Angela and all Tony's internet dates.......Lia Williams
Mother / Marjory.....................................Marcia Warren
Miles.......................................................Carl Prekopp
Vice-Chancellor / Joanne's Husband /
Cast Member..........................................Sam Kelly
Ricky / Banquo........................................Tom Painter
Lady Macbeth.........................................Alexis White
Posh Girl at disco....................................Stephanie Georgeson

Original Music: David Chilton

Director: Gordon House
A Goldhawk Essential production for BBC Radio 4.

Credits

Tony
Henry Goodman
Miles
Carl Prekopp
Vice-Chancellor
Sam Kelly
Joanne's husband
Sam Kelly
Cast member
Sam Kelly
Producer
Gordon House

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