The Crouches. Image shows from L to R: Adele Crouch (Ony Uhiara), Roly Crouch (Robbie Gee), Grandma Sylvie Crouch (Mona Hammond), Grandpa Langley Crouch (Rudolph Walker), Aiden Crouch (Akemnji Ndifornyen), Natalie Crouch (Jo Martin). Copyright: BBC.

The Crouches

BBC One sitcom about a black family. 12 episodes (2 series), 2003 - 2005. Stars Robbie Gee, Jo Martin, Rudolph Walker, Mona Hammond and others.

The Crouches

A sitcom about the trials and tribulations of a black family living in Walworth, south-east London

Genre
Sitcom
Broadcast
2003 - 2005
Channel
BBC One
Episodes
12   (2 series)
Starring
Robbie Gee, Jo Martin, Rudolph Walker, Mona Hammond, Ony Uhiara, Aaron Shosanya, Akemnji Ndifornyen, Danny John-Jules and others
Writers
Ian Pattison, Patricia Elcock, Lisselle Kayla and Paul McKenzie

An intimate sitcom about the trials and tribulations of a black family living in Walworth, south-east London. Childhood sweethearts Roly and Natalie Crouch have been married for 18 years. With two demanding teenagers, Aiden and Adele, plus live-in parents Langley and Sylvia, the pressure on the extended Crouch household sometimes reaches boiling point.

Production Details

Production company
Laugh track
Live audience

Broadcast details

First broadcast
Tuesday 9th September 2003 on BBC One
Last new broadcast
Monday 14th February 2005 on BBC One

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