Alone. Image shows from L to R: Morris (Bennett Arron), Louisa (Kate Isitt), Mitch (Angus Deayton), Ellie (Abigail Cruttenden), Will (Pearce Quigley). Copyright: ABsoLuTeLy Productions.


BBC Radio 4 sitcom about being single and living alone. 19 episodes (pilot + 3 series), 2017 - 2021. Stars Angus Deayton, Pearce Quigley, Abigail Cruttenden, Kate Isitt and Bennett Arron.

Next new episode is today at 6:30pm. Series 3, Episode 2
Catch-up on Episode 1 on BBC Sounds   Series 3, Episode 1 is repeated on Radio 4 Extra today at 5:30pm.

Press Clippings

Are you laughing at Radio 4 comedy? A week in radio

The stock thing to say is that Radio 4 comedy is a bit of an oxymoron. It's not really true, though, is it? Without Radio 4 there'd be no Alan Partridge, no Mighty Boosh, no League Of Gentlemen. Not that the highlights (or lowlights for that matter) should be what the station should be judged on. To listen in to the 6.30pm comedy slot on Radio 4 this last week is to see its comedic strengths and failings.

Teddy Jamieson, The Herald, 10th April 2021

Radio 4 comedies nominated in BBC Audio Awards 2020

Various Radio 4 comedies have been nominated in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2020.

British Comedy Guide, 8th January 2021

Radio 4's Alone to return for full series

Moray Hunter's radio comedy Alone, starring Angus Deayton, is to return for a full series.

British Comedy Guide, 9th January 2018

BBC Radio 4 confirms 35 comedy commissions

Radio 4 has revealed details of 35 separate comedy commissions, ranging from returning shows to new series, previous pilots and brand new stand-up.

British Comedy Guide, 17th August 2017

Radio 4 to broadcast six comedy pilots on twelfth night

Radio 4 is to "illuminate January with the spirit of misrule" by broadcasting a series of comedy pilots of the twelfth night, the 7th January.

British Comedy Guide, 21st December 2016

Radio 4 to record new sitcom Alone

Radio 4 is working on Alone, a new sitcom by Moray Hunter about five single middle aged people living in a house together. Stars include Angus Deayton.

British Comedy Guide, 21st November 2016