Dani's House. Image shows from L to R: Max (Sebastian Applewhite), Toby (Harry Culverhouse), Sam (Klariza Clayton), Dani (Dani Harmer), Ben (James Gandhi). Copyright: The Foundation / BBC
Dani's House

Dani's House

  • TV sitcom / sketch show
  • CBBC / BBC One
  • 2008 - 2012
  • 63 episodes (5 series)

A sitcom/sketch show for Children's BBC starring Dani Harmer. Dani is left at home to look after her annoying younger brother Max. Also features Darragh Mortell, Klariza Clayton, Sebastian Applewhite, James Gandhi, Harry Culverhouse and more.

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Key details

Genres
Sitcom, Sketch Show
Broadcast
2008 - 2012
Channels
CBBC, BBC One
Episodes
63 (5 series), plus 2 highlights specials
Creator
Paul Rose
Stars
Dani Harmer, Darragh Mortell, Klariza Clayton, Sebastian Applewhite, James Gandhi, Harry Culverhouse, Gaynor Faye, Steff White and Millie Innes
Writers
Paul Rose, Jo Willett and Olivia Trench
Directors
Dez McCarthy, Jeremy Wooding, Graeme Harper and Simon Hynd
Producers
Paul McKenzie, Jemma Rodgers, Lucy Robinson, Jo Willett, Melissa Hardinge, Elaine Sperber and Bruce Abrahams
Companies

Dani is a teenage actress continually left in charge of her annoying younger brother Max, his none-too-bright sidekick Ben and their youngest sibling, 'the baby from hell'.

As she can't go out with her friends, Toby and Sam, the trio of girls end up spending most of their time in Dani's house in her hip den hang-out. With so much time on her hands the imaginative actress conjures up a variety of comic situations and locations for the trio.

Dani and her pals assume that their antics are being broadcast to the world and beyond. In fact their zany activities are being closely observed from on high by a pair of aliens, Zarg and Zark, who are hooked on Dani's show.

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Additional details

Production
Studio
Picture
Colour
Soundtrack
The theme tune is 'Breaking Free' - it is sung by the show's star, Dani Harmer.

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Broadcast details

First broadcast
Friday 26th September 2008 at 4:35pm on BBC One
Most recent repeats

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