- 2015 - 2017
- BBC Radio Wales
- 10 (3 series)
- Llinos Mai, Oliver Wood, Rhian Morgan, Dan Rochford and Rhys Ap Trefor
- Llinos Mai, Chris Buxton and Owen Lewis
- Owen Lewis
- Chris Buxton, Henry Widdicombe and Mark Harrison
The Harri-Parris' Radio Show is a sitcom set in rural Wales - with musical interludes - based on the live shows of the same name.
The Harri-Parris are a west Walian farming family. The dysfunctional group love nothing more than having visitors round. Anni, the farm's only daughter, falls in love with a vegetarian indie musician boyfriend from England and the show charts their relationship.
The theme song explains the premise well: "If you go down to West Wales you'll find a farming family who love having visitors to entertain, in their own unique west Walian way. They love to sing. They love to dance. They'll try to feed you up. So come on in, make yourselves at home... it's The Harri-Parris' Radio Show."
The BBC website incorrectly labels Series 2 as also being Series 1.
- Production company
- Also known as
- The Harri-Parris' Christmas Special (Other official name)
- Laugh track
- Live audience
- First broadcast
- Saturday 15th August 2015 on BBC Radio Wales at 1:04pm
- Last new broadcast
- Friday 22nd December 2017 on BBC Radio Wales at 6:30pm
- Length of episodes
- 30 minutes
- Upcoming repeats
- Series 1 Episode 3: Monday at 11:30pm on Radio 4 Extra