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01012013042920170307 (BBC7)Avoid eBay, descale kettle, buy jeans, tone upper arms, retrieve asthma pump from hoover.

List-based comedy series, written by Kerry Godliman and David Lane Pusey.

01022013050620170314 (BBC7)Cancel the organic food box, adopt a panda, sell the Cath Kidston potting shed.

List-based comedy series, written by Kerry Godliman and David Lane Pusey.

01032013051320170321 (BBC7)Kerry Godliman is obsessed with lists - bleaching mugs, napping, sorting out cobwebs.

List-based comedy series, written by Kerry Godliman and David Lane Pusey.

01042013052020170328 (BBC7)Change sheets, buy a kids book on where babies come from, get roots done, learn to knit.

List-based comedy series, written by Kerry Godliman and David Lane Pusey.

0201Death2014092920180610 (BBC7)
20180611 (BBC7)
Kerry Godliman's list-based comedy series returns with a list including explaining religion to child, making soup, ham strings and laminating something. The usual mixture of sitcom, sketches, stand up and songs all make up Kerry's List.

This week also features Kerry's husband Ben (Ben Abell) coping with the death of a university friend and, in so doing, inadvertently being challenged about his faith. Kerry and Ben's two year old son, Frank, is going through some major potty training and things, inevitably, don't go as smoothly around the potty as Kerry would like. She has an incredibly frustrating experience trying to report dog mess to her local council.

Furthermore Kerry decides it's high time she gives Frank some cinematic education - but an existential Swedish classic may not necessarily be the best for the inquisitive child.

Kerry comes into contact once again with her Guilt alter-ego who challenges her on her inevitable insecurities. There's also another manic conversation with best friend Hazel (Bridget Christie).

The cast includes co-writer David Lane Pusey, Rosie Cavaliero, Lucy Briers, Nicholas Le Prevost, Dominic Frisby and Melissa Bury.

Produced by Paul Russell
An Open Mike production for BBC Radio 4.

Death, potty training and mouse termination make for very unwelcome bedfellows.

List-based comedy series, written by Kerry Godliman and David Lane Pusey.

0202Justice2014100620180617 (BBC7)
20180618 (BBC7)
Kerry Godliman has to become a juror. Through sitcom scenes, sketches, stand up and songs, we find out how her complicated life is helped by the all-important list.

With jury service weighing heavily on her mind, Kerry and husband Ben have problems with 5 year old daughter Elsie who's been mistreating their cat. Kerry also has to make a cushion, which confuses Elsie no end. In addition, Kerry has every parent's current technological problem - forgetting the computer password.

We hear from a very passionate dinner lady, discover a very unusual Tudor courtroom and witness a very different version of the TV hit series Masterchef.

Kerry gets a problematic visit from her Guilt alter ego - who's continually keen to show up her inadequacies - and she has another chaotic chat with her best friend Hazel (Bridget Christie).

The cast includes co-writer David Lane Pusey, Ben Abell, Rosie Cavaliero, Lucy Briers, Nicholas Le Prevost, Dominic Frisby and Melissa Bury.

Producer: Paul Russell
An Open Mike production for BBC Radio 4.

Kerry becomes a juror - and faces child and internet challenges.

List-based comedy series, written by Kerry Godliman and David Lane Pusey.

0203Ageing2014101320180624 (BBC7)
20180625 (BBC7)
Kerry Godliman is forced to admit all her list making might be making her seem a little old. So she tries to persuade husband Ben (Ben Abell) that they should host a wild party to try and ensure they're still young at heart.

This week's list includes a Bug Hunt, understanding what on earth iCloud is all about and having a row with Ben!

Point two on her list is buying a new washing machine - but how does she pick the best one? Kerry also needs to visit the optician, which doesn't go to plan, and she has another chat with her ever critical Guilt character.

Kerry has her regular chat with her best friend Hazel (Bridget Christie) and again is forced to understand her increasingly chaotic life.

The cast includes co-writer David Lane Pusey, Rosie Cavaliero, Lucy Briers, Nicholas Le Prevost, Dominic Frisby, Jen Brister and Melissa Bury.

Produced by Paul Russell

An Open Mike production for BBC Radio 4.

Kerry Godliman's list includes a bug hunt and understanding what on earth iCloud is about.

List-based comedy series, written by Kerry Godliman and David Lane Pusey.

0204Nostalgia2014102020180701 (BBC7)
20180702 (BBC7)
Kerry Godliman and husband Ben (Ben Abell) decide to sell their house and Kerry reluctantly has to deal with the modern version of Beelzebub - the dreaded estate agent!

Their house sale forces Kerry to finally organise her photo collection and she takes a stroll down memory lane to remember various scenes from her incident filled childhood. She remembers her first date with husband-to-be Ben and has a flashback to her student days with fellow housemates Diane and Rachel.

This week's list includes sketch a self portrait, bleach tash, take kids to cinema and grout! Kerry has to have another chat with her doom laden father Martin who brings her down to earth with a bang as he shares his negative views on house moving.

There's also a chat with best friend Hazel (Bridget Christie) and we find out how stressful it can be choosing a child's name.

The cast includes co-writer David Lane Pusey, Rosie Cavaliero, Lucy Briers, Nicholas Le Prevost, Dominic Frisby, Jen Brister and Melissa Bury.

Producer: Paul Russell
An Open Mike production for BBC Radio 4.

Kerry Godliman remembers her youth, and her list includes sketch a self-portrait and grout

List-based comedy series, written by Kerry Godliman and David Lane Pusey.

0205Politics2014102720180708 (BBC7)
20180709 (BBC7)
We continue to find Kerry Goldiman making her vitally important weekly lists - without which she simply wouldn't survive as a mother, working comedian and actress.

Husband Ben (Ben Abell) is waging a very personal war on the local council with a street protest against the speed bumps that have been put into their road. Around this protest, Kerry's List includes being thrifty, shaping her eyebrows, teaching her daughter to ride a bike, fixing the smoke alarm and reading an OFSTED report.

We encounter some truly odd You Tube gurus, Kerry meets the supermarket checkout girl from hell and Ben finds himself at odds with the local police force.

Also, we find out how Kerry's best friend Hazel (Bridget Christie) is doing - and sadly, she's not doing very well!

The cast includes co-writer David Lane Pusey, Rosie Cavaliero, Lucy Briers, Nicholas Le Prevost, and Melissa Bury - with a guest appearance form Jenni Murray.

Producer: Paul Russell
An Open Mike production for BBC Radio 4.

Ben wages war on his street's speed bumps with unexpected results.

List-based comedy series, written by Kerry Godliman and David Lane Pusey.

0206Holiday2014110320180715 (BBC7)
20180716 (BBC7)
The Godlimans are off on holiday, and Kerry is stressed. In the last episode of the series, Kerry's list is dominated by all things vacation-orientated - including flatten stomach, deep vein thrombosis, learn Greek, shave legs and understand quantum physics.

Kerry also has to cope with another stultifying call with her morose father Martin who doesn't exactly celebrate the idea of her family going on holiday! Kerry prepares for her break by having a pedicure and manicure, but her nail technician definitely needs to get out more!

Pandemonium ensues as Kerry and husband Ben realise they have mislaid their passports and Kerry struggles trying to find the right suncream. She has another stress-filled call with best friend Hazel (Bridget Christie) and also shows off her packing skills.

We all know that going on holiday is stressful, but Kerry shows that, with her all important list, the experience is much more organised and calm - ish!

Produced by Paul Russell
An Open Mike production for BBC Radio 4.

In the last episode of the series, the Godlimans are off on holiday, and Kerry is stressed

List-based comedy series, written by Kerry Godliman and David Lane Pusey.