My Family. Image shows from L to R: Michael Harper (Gabriel Thomson), Susan Harper (Zoë Wanamaker), Ben Harper (Robert Lindsay), Janey Harper (Daniela Denby-Ashe).

My Family

BBC One sitcom about a family. 120 episodes (11 series), 2000 - 2011. Stars Robert Lindsay, Zoë Wanamaker, Daniela Denby-Ashe, Gabriel Thomson and others.

Series 10, Episode 2 - The Son'll Come Out

My Family. Image shows from L to R: Scott Marsh (Nathan Brine), Denny (Mark Roper), Ben Harper (Robert Lindsay), Susan Harper (Zoë Wanamaker), Michael Harper (Gabriel Thomson). Copyright: DLT Entertainment Ltd. / Rude Boy Productions.
Michael's news comes as a bit of a shock to Ben, but Susan has more of a shock at Ben's reaction.

Broadcast details

Date
Friday 16th July 2010
Time
9pm
Channel
BBC One
Length
30 minutes

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    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Robert Lindsay Ben Harper
    Zoë Wanamaker Susan Harper
    Daniela Denby-Ashe Janey Harper
    Gabriel Thomson Michael Harper
    Guest cast
    Nathan Brine Scott Marsh (Michael's Boyfriend)
    Mark Roper Denny (Scott's Dad)
    Geoffrey Bayldon Joe
    Shaughan Seymour Joe's Son
    Writing team
    Ed Dyson Writer (Additional Material)
    Amy Shindler Writer (Additional Material)
    David Cantor Writer (Additional Material)
    Tom Anderson Writer
    Robin Taylor Writer (Additional Material)
    Production team
    Ed Bye Director
    John Bartlett Producer
    Donald Taffner Jr. Executive Producer
    Micheál Jacob Executive Producer
    Tom Anderson Executive Producer
    Simon Lupton Executive Producer
    Chris Wadsworth Editor
    Ian Fisher Production Designer
    Sandie Shepherd Production Designer
    Graham Jarvis Composer
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