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Sud's Law

BBC Radio 2 panel show. 1 pilot in 2012. Stars Tracy Ann Oberman, Mark Little, Shaun Williamson, Susan Calman and Jaci Stephen.

Sud's Law

A fast-paced panel show pilot all about the addictive world of soap operas. Hosted by ex-EastEnders actress Tracy-Ann Oberman

Genre
Panel Show
Broadcast
2012
Channel
BBC Radio 2
Episodes
1 Pilot
Creators
Tracy Ann Oberman and Linda Marks
Starring
Tracy Ann Oberman, Mark Little, Shaun Williamson, Susan Calman and Jaci Stephen
Writer
Tracy Ann Oberman
Producer
Ben Walker

Suds Law is a fast-paced panel show all about the addictive world of soap operas. Producers say that its mix of wit, word play and insider anecdotes will appeal to everyone from occasional Coronation Street viewers to former Dallas devotees, to those who have never watched a soap opera in their life.

The 30-minute pilot is hosted by actress Tracy-Ann Oberman, aka Chrissie Watts, murderer of the iconic EastEnders anti-hero Dirty Den and features panellists Mark Little (Neighbours' Joe Mangel), Shaun Williamson (Barry Evans in EastEnders plus Extras and Life's Too Short), comedian Susan Calman and SoapWatch columnist Jaci Stephen.

The teams battle it out over a number of games celebrating the larger-than-life characters, storylines and clich├ęs which make soap operas such popular entertainment.

Tracy-Ann Oberman says: "The world of soaps is the nation's guilty secret and, as the one time murderer of Dirty Den, I am uniquely placed to preside over the mayhem that will see the panellists fight it out to see who truly understands Suds Law."

Production Details

Part of

Radio 2's Comedy Showcase

Production company
Laugh track
Live audience

Broadcast details

First broadcast
Saturday 25th February 2012 on BBC Radio 2 at 10:30pm
Episode length
30 minutes
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