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01Lentil20161205

01Lentil20161205

By Katherine Jakeways. Romantic comedy about the fallout from a one night stand.

01Lentil20161205

By Katherine Jakeways

Romantic comedy about the fallout from an unexpected one night stand.

Sam loves Rose. And Rose loves Sam. But while Rose is away on business, Sam's dad dies and he ends up getting drunk and sleeping with a woman he's never met before, called Bayley. Love compels him to confess to Rose, but can they salvage their relationship?

Writer Katherine Jakeways (North by Northamptonshire) is described by The Radio Times as the 'new Victoria Wood' saying "her character comedy is so acutely observed and so sharp that it's in danger of causing permanent injury." Starring Rebecca Humphries (Big Bad World), Matthew Baynton (The Wrong Mans), Kimberley Nixon (Fresh Meat) and Julia Deakin (I'm Alan Partridge).

Directed by James Robinson

A BBC Cymru Wales Production.

01Lentil20161205

By Katherine Jakeways

Romantic comedy about the fallout from an unexpected one night stand.

Sam loves Rose. And Rose loves Sam. But while Rose is away on business, Sam's dad dies and he ends up getting drunk and sleeping with a woman he's never met before, called Bayley. Love compels him to confess to Rose, but can they salvage their relationship?

Writer Katherine Jakeways (North by Northamptonshire) is described by The Radio Times as the 'new Victoria Wood' saying "her character comedy is so acutely observed and so sharp that it's in danger of causing permanent injury." Starring Rebecca Humphries (Big Bad World), Matthew Baynton (The Wrong Mans), Kimberley Nixon (Fresh Meat) and Julia Deakin (I'm Alan Partridge).

Directed by James Robinson

A BBC Cymru Wales Production.

By Katherine Jakeways. Romantic comedy about the fallout from a one night stand.

02Lime20161206

02Lime20161206

By Katherine Jakeways

Romantic comedy about love, infidelity and accidental pregnancy.

Sam loves Rose. And Rose loves Sam. But in forty weeks' time a girl called Bayley is having Sam's baby. As Sam struggles to do 'the right thing', Rose decides to move to Chicago for a fresh start.

Forty Weeks tells the story of a pregnancy, from conception to birth. It's a love story between two people, just not the two people who are having the baby.

Writer Katherine Jakeways (North by Northamptonshire) is described by The Radio Times as the 'new Victoria Wood' saying "her character comedy is so acutely observed and so sharp that it's in danger of causing permanent injury." Starring Rebecca Humphries (Big Bad World), Matthew Baynton (The Wrong Mans), Kimberley Nixon (Fresh Meat) and Julia Deakin (I'm Alan Partridge).

Directed by James Robinson

A BBC Cymru Wales Production.

02Lime20161206

Sam loves Rose, but in 40 weeks' time, a girl called Bayley is having Sam's baby.

02Lime20161206

Sam loves Rose, but in 40 weeks' time, a girl called Bayley is having Sam's baby.

By Katherine Jakeways

Romantic comedy about love, infidelity and accidental pregnancy.

Sam loves Rose. And Rose loves Sam. But in forty weeks' time a girl called Bayley is having Sam's baby. As Sam struggles to do 'the right thing', Rose decides to move to Chicago for a fresh start.

Forty Weeks tells the story of a pregnancy, from conception to birth. It's a love story between two people, just not the two people who are having the baby.

Writer Katherine Jakeways (North by Northamptonshire) is described by The Radio Times as the 'new Victoria Wood' saying "her character comedy is so acutely observed and so sharp that it's in danger of causing permanent injury." Starring Rebecca Humphries (Big Bad World), Matthew Baynton (The Wrong Mans), Kimberley Nixon (Fresh Meat) and Julia Deakin (I'm Alan Partridge).

Directed by James Robinson

A BBC Cymru Wales Production.

03Melon20161207

03Melon20161207

By Katherine Jakeways

Romantic comedy about love, infidelity and accidental pregnancy.

With twenty weeks until the baby's due, Sam has moved in with Bayley - the two of them are making a go of it. But Sam can't stop thinking about Rose. Meanwhile Rose is secretly getting closer to Bayley herself.

Forty Weeks tells the story of a pregnancy, from conception to birth. It's a love story between two people, just not the two people who are having the baby.

Writer Katherine Jakeways (North by Northamptonshire) is described by The Radio Times as the 'new Victoria Wood' saying "her character comedy is so acutely observed and so sharp that it's in danger of causing permanent injury." Starring Rebecca Humphries (Big Bad World), Matthew Baynton (The Wrong Mans), Kimberley Nixon (Fresh Meat) and Julia Deakin (I'm Alan Partridge).

Directed by James Robinson

A BBC Cymru Wales Production.

03Melon20161207

Sam has moved in with Bayley, but he cannot stop thinking about Rose.

03Melon20161207

Sam has moved in with Bayley, but he cannot stop thinking about Rose.

By Katherine Jakeways

Romantic comedy about love, infidelity and accidental pregnancy.

With twenty weeks until the baby's due, Sam has moved in with Bayley - the two of them are making a go of it. But Sam can't stop thinking about Rose. Meanwhile Rose is secretly getting closer to Bayley herself.

Forty Weeks tells the story of a pregnancy, from conception to birth. It's a love story between two people, just not the two people who are having the baby.

Writer Katherine Jakeways (North by Northamptonshire) is described by The Radio Times as the 'new Victoria Wood' saying "her character comedy is so acutely observed and so sharp that it's in danger of causing permanent injury." Starring Rebecca Humphries (Big Bad World), Matthew Baynton (The Wrong Mans), Kimberley Nixon (Fresh Meat) and Julia Deakin (I'm Alan Partridge).

Directed by James Robinson

A BBC Cymru Wales Production.

04Cabbage20161208

04Cabbage20161208

By Katherine Jakeways

Romantic comedy about love, infidelity and accidental pregnancy.

When Bayley has a fall, Rose rushes her to hospital and is forced to reveal who she really is. Then as she awaits news of Bayley and the baby, Rose meets Sam for the first time since the break up.

Forty Weeks tells the story of a pregnancy, from conception to birth. It's a love story between two people, just not the two people who are having the baby.

Writer Katherine Jakeways (North by Northamptonshire) is described by The Radio Times as the 'new Victoria Wood' saying "her character comedy is so acutely observed and so sharp that it's in danger of causing permanent injury." Starring Rebecca Humphries (Big Bad World), Matthew Baynton (The Wrong Mans), Kimberley Nixon (Fresh Meat) and Julia Deakin (I'm Alan Partridge).

Directed by James Robinson

A BBC Cymru Wales Production.

04Cabbage20161208

When Bayley has a fall, Rose goes to the hospital and is forced to reveal her identity.

04Cabbage20161208

When Bayley has a fall, Rose goes to the hospital and is forced to reveal her identity.

By Katherine Jakeways

Romantic comedy about love, infidelity and accidental pregnancy.

When Bayley has a fall, Rose rushes her to hospital and is forced to reveal who she really is. Then as she awaits news of Bayley and the baby, Rose meets Sam for the first time since the break up.

Forty Weeks tells the story of a pregnancy, from conception to birth. It's a love story between two people, just not the two people who are having the baby.

Writer Katherine Jakeways (North by Northamptonshire) is described by The Radio Times as the 'new Victoria Wood' saying "her character comedy is so acutely observed and so sharp that it's in danger of causing permanent injury." Starring Rebecca Humphries (Big Bad World), Matthew Baynton (The Wrong Mans), Kimberley Nixon (Fresh Meat) and Julia Deakin (I'm Alan Partridge).

Directed by James Robinson

A BBC Cymru Wales Production.

05Baby20161209

05Baby20161209

By Katherine Jakeways

Romantic comedy about love, infidelity and accidental pregnancy.

The months of excitement and anticipation are about to come to an end, but Sam has something to confess. Who will Bayley choose to have at her side for the birth - Sam or Rose?

Forty Weeks tells the story of a pregnancy, from conception to birth. It's a love story between two people, just not the two people who are having the baby.

Writer Katherine Jakeways (North by Northamptonshire) is described by The Radio Times as the 'new Victoria Wood' saying "her character comedy is so acutely observed and so sharp that it's in danger of causing permanent injury." Starring Rebecca Humphries (Big Bad World), Matthew Baynton (The Wrong Mans), Kimberley Nixon (Fresh Meat) and Julia Deakin (I'm Alan Partridge).

Directed by James Robinson

A BBC Cymru Wales Production.

05Baby20161209

With the baby's arrival fast approaching, Sam has something to confess to Bayley.

05Baby20161209

With the baby's arrival fast approaching, Sam has something to confess to Bayley.

By Katherine Jakeways

Romantic comedy about love, infidelity and accidental pregnancy.

The months of excitement and anticipation are about to come to an end, but Sam has something to confess. Who will Bayley choose to have at her side for the birth - Sam or Rose?

Forty Weeks tells the story of a pregnancy, from conception to birth. It's a love story between two people, just not the two people who are having the baby.

Writer Katherine Jakeways (North by Northamptonshire) is described by The Radio Times as the 'new Victoria Wood' saying "her character comedy is so acutely observed and so sharp that it's in danger of causing permanent injury." Starring Rebecca Humphries (Big Bad World), Matthew Baynton (The Wrong Mans), Kimberley Nixon (Fresh Meat) and Julia Deakin (I'm Alan Partridge).

Directed by James Robinson

A BBC Cymru Wales Production.