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Clare In The Community

BBC Radio 4 sitcom about a social worker. 73 episodes (12 series), 2004 - 2019. Stars Sally Phillips, Alex Lowe, Nina Conti, Richard Lumsden and others.

Series 10, Episode 3 is repeated on Radio 4 Extra on Friday at 7am.

Series 6

1. Liar, Liar, Pants On Fire

First broadcast: Monday 31st May 2010

Clare is now acting team leader as Irene has job swapped. And while Irene is in Melbourne the team are joined by her Aussie counterpart Libby.

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2. Luck Of The Irish

First broadcast: Monday 7th June 2010

Clare is delighted to find she has an Irish ancestor.

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3. Some Others Do 'Ave 'Em

First broadcast: Monday 14th June 2010

Clare is back on the social work frontline as a vomiting bug hits her colleagues. Ben and Nali take baby Thomas out for the day and Helen attends the police liaison meeting.

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4. Clare V God

First broadcast: Monday 21st June 2010

Clare doesn't like people on her patch especially if they're an interfering Vicar.

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5. In The Dog House

First broadcast: Monday 28th June 2010

Clare is entranced by a dog that follows her into work; Brian less so. However, the dog comes in useful when there's a bump in the night.

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6. The Crush

First broadcast: Monday 5th July 2010

Clare decides to focus her attention on her son, Thomas. This leads to a chance meeting at Toddler Tunes that could change the course of Clare's life. Meanwhile, Brian's admiration for Nali grows when she visits his school and tames Year Nine. All this plus Clare and Libby both interview for the Team Leader post.


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Release date: Wednesday 3rd August 2011

The Sony Award Winning comedy Clare in the Community returns with Sally Phillips as Clare Barker, the social worker who has the right jargon for every problem she comes across, but never a practical solution.

Since the last series, society itself has improved little, so there are still plenty of...