No - Honestly. Image shows from L to R: Clara (Pauline Collins), Charles Danby (C.D.) (John Alderton). Copyright: London Weekend Television
No - Honestly

No - Honestly

  • TV sitcom
  • ITV
  • 1974 - 1975
  • 13 episodes (1 series)

When Charles Danby met Clara at a party in Hampstead, little did they know that they would be living complicatedly ever after. Stars John Alderton and Pauline Collins.

No - Honestly - The Complete Series

This gentle, romantic sitcom stars the real-life partnership of Pauline Collins and John Alderton as a couple recounting the eventful earlier years of their married life together.

Clara and Charles Danby revisit several key moments from their courtship and marriage of ten years. Clara is now a successful children's author, while Charles, affectionately known as 'CD' ('Clever Drawers'), is an established actor. But life wasn't always this comfortable for the Danbys; early days saw the couple struggling to make ends meet as their fledgling careers seemed to founder, and Clara's choice of husband caused a little unease for her aristocratic family. However, the combination of Clara's oddly compelling logic and CD's eternal optimism saw them through those unsteadier times - and would they really have wished it otherwise?

First released: Monday 25th January 2010

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