Six more half-hour episodes are now due to be made by production company Avalon.
Producers confirm: "Drawing on his own family, the warm, lively characters and sharply observed family dynamics portray an affectionate observation of inter-generational misunderstanding, sibling sparring and the ties that bind will resonate with anyone who has ever tried to show their dad which remote turns the television on.
Richard Herring comments: "I am very excited to revisit the Snell family and to find out how they resolve the mess I left them in at the end of the last series. Thanks so much to Radio 4 for having us back. Buttered Weetabix all round."
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