Changing Ends


Changing Ends

Changing Ends

Series 2

Reprising their roles as the Carr family for a new run of episodes are Oliver Savell (young Alan), Shaun Dooley (Graham Carr), Nancy Sullivan (Christine Carr) and Taylor Fay (Gary Carr).

Also returning are the Carr’s neighbours, the Hudsons, played by Gabby Best (Angela Hudson), Harry Peacock (Nigel Hudson) and Rourke Mooney (Charlie Hudson).

Changing Ends is based on Alan’s own life in Northampton in the 1980s growing up as the son of a fourth division football manager.

The second season picks up shortly after the first, as young Alan contends with impending puberty and feeling sidelined by his family. With Graham Carr distracted by Northampton Town FC who are battling for promotion can he be there for his son when he most needs him?

The series is produced by Baby Cow Productions, written by Alan Carr, co-written by Gabby Best and was co-created by the late Simon Carlyle. The director is Dave Lambert and the producer is Mollie Freedman Berthoud. The Executive producers are Baby Cow’s Sarah Monteith and Rupert Majendie, Alan Carr and Danny Julian.

Baby Cow is one of BBC Studios owned production labels. BBC Studios are handling the international distribution of both series.

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