Ade Edmondson and Ben Elton make their Radio 2 situation comedy debuts.
Written by the team behind Radio 4's hit series Vent, Teenage Kicks is the story of Vernon (Adrian Edmondson), an ageing Punk rocker.
He moves into his teenage kids' student flat after a spectacularly nasty divorce and he's genuinely excited about his chance to be young again.
His kids, Max (played by Spencer Brown), Milly (Holby City's Kelly Adams) and their flatmate David (Jonathan Chan-Pensely) are mortified.
On the thirtieth anniversary of Punk Teenage Kicks is also an opportunity to remind everyone of the great music of the late seventies.
Ade Edmondson and Ben Elton star in the story of Vernon, an ageing punk rocker who moves into his teenage kids' student flat after a spectacularly nasty divorce.
He's genuinely excited about his chance to be young again.
His kids Max, Milly and flatmate David are mortified.
Ben Elton plays Bryan, Vernon's best mate and a former member of his punk band The Plague.
These days, Bryan is deputy head of a smart primary school and has a nice house, a nice car, a nice life and an ongoing marriage.
Which, in Vernon's eyes, makes Bryan a sad loser.