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01:41
Good morning. It`s seven thirty.
01:43
I`m Gary Fenton. Here is the news.
01:45
The Prime Minister is in the United States today…
01:47
…for talks with the American president at the White House.
01:50
The talks are very important for British and American…
01:54
Look at the time! Julia!
01:57
It`s half past seven.
02:00
– Your train`s at quarter to eight. – Coming.
02:06
Is this OK
02:10
Lovely, dear. Well, good luck.
02:15
Thanks, Mum. Bye, Dad.
02:18
Bye, love.
02:20
Colin. It`s her first day today.
02:23
What Oh yes.
02:29
Thanks, Dad. Bye.
03:49
That`s £4.50, please.
03:52
– Here you are. – Thank you very much, thank you.
04:03
OK, bye. Bye.
04:05
– Excuse me. – Sorry.
04:16
– Morning, Ted. – Good morning, Tim.
04:18
– How are you – I`m fine, thanks. And you
04:22
Good morning. Can I help you
04:24
Yes, Martha McKay, please. She`s the producer.
04:27
That`s 5894. What`s your name, please
04:30
Julia Drake.
04:33
Hello. Miss Drake is at Reception.
04:35
Yes, all right.
04:39
Mrs McKay is in Room 1 2. That`s on the second floor.
04:41
– The lift is over there. – Thank you.
04:48
And what`s your address
04:51
94 Tindall Street.
04:53
How do you spell Tindall T-I-N-D-A double L.
04:57
Thank you. And your postcode
05:01
Can you repeat that, please KT9 8NB.
05:06
And your telephone number
05:08
01 372 89531 .
05:13
Thank you, Ms Fossett. Goodbye.
05:16
– Hello. I`m… – Julia! Welcome to Apex TV.
05:20
Come in. No, don`t come in.
05:22
This is my personal assistant, Rebecca Bond.
05:25
– How do you do, Rebecca. – Pleased to meet you.
05:28
Come and meet some of the people in the newsroom.
05:30
Is Frederick in He`s the Managing Director.
05:32
No. He`s in London.
05:34
Oh, I see. Right. Well.
05:36
Come on then, Julia.
05:42
That`s Tim Barnes over there. He`s a reporter.
05:45
Tim, this is Julia. She`s our new trainee.
05:49
– Hi. – Hi.
05:51
This is a very interesting story, Martha. Look at this.
05:54
– Tell me about it this afternoon. OK – Sure. See you around, Julie.
06:00
Julia.
06:01
Sorry
06:02
My name isn`t Julie. It`s Julia.
06:04
Oh, right.
06:06
And address has got two D`s.
06:08
What
06:10
Address is A, double D.
06:12
Right. Thank you.
06:16
Don`t mention it.
06:19
Who`s that young woman with Martha and Sean
06:22
Her name`s Julia. She`s a new trainee.
06:24
Mmm. She`s very pretty.
06:33
Well, that`s everyone, I think. Tea or coffee
06:35
– Coffee, please. – Black or white
06:37
Oh, white with no sugar, please.
06:40
Hello. You`re Julia, aren`t you
06:43
Yes, and…
06:45
Pleased to meet you. I`m Gary.
06:47
Nice to meet you, Gary. What do you do
06:50
I`m a newsreader.
06:52
Oh yes! You`re Gary Fenton.
06:56
You`re my Mum`s favourite news reader.
06:59
Here you are.
07:01
Hello, Gary. This is Julia.
07:03
Er, yes, I know.
07:05
Anyway, I must be off. See you!
07:09
He`s very nice.
07:11
Yes.
07:31
Hi. I`m home.
07:33
Hello, dear. How`s your new job Tell me all about it.
07:37
It`s great. Everyone`s very friendly.
07:44
Well, almost everyone.
08:01
No, I can`t make it today, Ellie… I haven`t got time.
08:05
I have to finish this programme and… Ellie Ellie!
08:13
Hi, Tim.
08:22
Good morning, Julia. How nice to see you.
08:30
Martha, can we take a look at the diary for this week
08:33
Now Oh, yes, all right.
08:39
Well, this morning you`re on the food programme.
08:42
Then this afternoon you`ve got a meeting with Floyd and Hank.
08:45
That`s at quarter to two.
08:47
Then tomorrow you`ve got an appointment at the dentist`s…
08:50
…in the morning at quarter past ten.
08:52
Marvellous!
08:54
Then in the afternoon you`ve got a meeting with Frederick.
08:56
Oh no, sorry. He can`t make it. He has to go to Paris.
08:59
So is Tuesday afternoon free now
09:01
No, you have to finish the Videocom report.
09:04
Oh, hi, Julia.
09:06
Then on Wednesday morning you`re at the Birmingham conference.
09:09
– Martha. Can I have a word
09:10
– Yes, Tim. What is it
09:12
I haven`t got an assistant for this afternoon…
09:14
…for the story about Carl Stalker.
09:16
You know, the windows guy.
09:18
Oh yes. Well who have we got
09:21
Ah, Chloe`s away. Gita`s on holiday…
09:23
…and everybody else is busy.
09:24
But I have to have an assistant.
09:26
Can I do it Can I be your assistant, Tim
09:29
That`s an idea.
09:31
She hasn`t got the experience, Martha.
09:33
She has to learn.
09:35
And there`s nobody else.
09:37
OK.
09:39
See you later.
09:41
So what`s this job about
09:45
“Wonderful Windows. Can you believe it
09:48
“New windows for just £500.”
09:51
And who`s this guy Walker
09:53
Stalker. Carl Stalker.
09:55
He`s the Managing Director of Wonderful Windows.
09:58
And he`s got his customers` money…
10:00
…but they haven`t got their windows.
10:02
These are all letters from his customers.
10:04
We have to leave at one thirty sharp.
10:13
Jason`s in trouble at school again.
10:16
Who`s Jason
10:18
He`s my son.
10:20
Oh, how many children have you got
10:22
Two – a son and a daughter.
10:25
What`s your daughter`s name
10:27
Kylie. She`s 1 3. Jason`s 1 6.
10:29
My wife Sharon…
10:31
OK Julia. Now you wait at the corner with one of these.
10:34
Stalker`s got a blue Jaguar.
10:36
What does he look like
10:38
He`s quite tall. He`s got short, dark hair.
10:40
When you see him, call me.
11:08
Tim. Tim. Here he is.
11:11
A blue Jaguar and…
11:13
Oh no. It isn`t him. It`s a woman.
11:16
And it isn`t a Jaguar. Sorry.
11:38
Wait. Yes. He`s here.
11:42
A blue Jag, registration number S307 ABW.
11:49
Great. OK. Get ready, Sean.
12:11
Mr Stalker. I`m from Apex TV.
12:13
Can I ask you some questions
12:15
What the… No, you can`t.
12:17
Where is your customers` money, Mr Stalker
12:19
I`ve got nothing to say.
12:21
Mr Stalker. You and your wife have got a big house…
12:23
…and an expensive car, but your customers have got nothing.
12:26
Where is their money, Mr Stalker
12:28
Look. Go away and switch that thing off.
12:30
Where`s the money, Mr Stalker
12:32
Clear off!
12:39
Are you all right, Sean
12:44
Great. We`ve got him now.
12:49
How about a drink
12:51
Oh, just a minute. What`s the time
12:53
It`s half past seven.
12:55
Excuse me.
13:05
If that`s Tim, I`m not here.
13:08
Hello
13:10
Hi, Rebecca. It`s Tim.
13:12
Hi Tim. Er, Ellie`s not here.
13:17
Oh, well, can you video the football match for me
13:20
– I can`t get back in time. – Yes, OK.
13:24
– Thanks, Rebecca. See you later. – Yes. Bye, Tim.
13:30
Ellie!
13:33
– Is Rebecca still at work – No, she`s at home.
13:36
Oh, are you and Rebecca…
13:38
– See you at the usual place – Yeah, see you there.
13:41
Sorry. Are Rebecca and I…
13:43
Oh, nothing. Let`s go.
15:30
Rebecca Bond speaking.
15:31
Good morning.
15:33
This is Angus Moon from The Modern Woman magazine.
15:36
We`d like to do an article on the job of a personal assistant.
15:40
Uh huh.
15:42
Martha McKay`s an old friend of mine…
15:44
…and she says that you are a wonderful PA.
15:47
Are you busy now Can I ask you a few questions
15:50
Well, yes, of course.
15:52
Great. First a few questions about you.
15:56
What time do you get up in the morning
15:58
I always get up at seven o`clock.
16:00
I have a shower and wash my hair.
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I have breakfast at half past seven.
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Then I get dressed.
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And what do you normally have for breakfast
16:09
Breakfast Oh, I usually have a glass of orange juice…
16:13
…a grapefruit, two slices of toast one with butter and jam…
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…and one with butter and marmalade.
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And two cups of coffee.
16:20
You`re very organized.
16:22
Well, you have to be for this job.
16:25
And what do you do in your free time
16:29
I go to the gym three times a week…
16:31
…on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday.
16:33
On Thursday evening, I go to my dance class…
16:36
Oh, do you like dancing
16:38
Yes, I do. I like cooking, too. And I love going to parties.
16:45
OK, Rebecca. Thank you very much.
16:51
But don`t you want to talk about my job
16:53
Well, I have got one last question.
16:56
Um, do you know Gary Fenton
16:59
Gary Yes, of course. He`s one of our newsreaders…
17:03
And he`s a very good newsreader, isn`t he
17:07
Gary! You…
17:10
Hey. It`s only a joke, Rebecca.
17:12
Well, I don`t think it`s funny.
17:24
Now, I always come on at the end of the programme…
17:27
…and try the food and drinks.
17:29
That`s the next bit. Is everything ready
17:31
I think so.
17:34
Frederick`s on the phone, Martha. He`s in New York.
17:36
OK. Five minutes then, Julia.
17:42
Five minutes, Neil.
18:02
Some salt in the lemonade.
18:14
And some chilli powder in the soup.
18:32
Hello, Gary. Do you want to try it
18:35
Oh no. Martha always tries the food and drinks.
18:39
But, um, can I watch
18:42
If you want to.
18:44
Ready, Martha OK.
18:53
So, this is our lunch for a warm summer`s day…
18:57
…a green salad, cheese with French bread…
19:00
…cold tomato and onion soup, and home-made lemonade.
19:10
It`s time to try it.
19:13
No. Why don`t we make a change today
19:16
Here in the studio today is everybody`s favourite newsreader, Gary Fenton.
19:21
Would you like to try this delicious meal, Gary
19:27
I bet you can`t wait to taste it.
19:37
Here. Try the home-made lemonade first.
19:46
Isn`t that wonderful, Gary
19:49
Very nice.
19:52
Now, what about this soup
19:56
A nice cold soup, eh Gary
20:00
Come on, a big spoonful.
20:10
Well, that`s it for this week.
20:12
I hope you enjoy your summer lunch as much as Gary. Bye.
20:27
OK. What would you like
20:29
I`ll have a glass of white wine, please.
20:31
Me, too.
20:32
Home-made lemonade for me, please, Gary.
20:34
Very funny.
20:35
Just a joke, Gary. Just a joke.
20:37
I`ll have a mineral water. I have to drive.
20:39
– Ice and lemon – Yes please.
20:40
Oh, I must give Ellie a ring.
20:42
Two glasses of white wine…
20:44
…a mineral water with ice and lemon, and a pint of lager.
20:46
– Who`s Ellie
20:47
– Tim`s girlfriend.
20:49
Oh! Aren`t you Tim`s girlfriend
20:51
Me No. Ellie`s my flatmate. Tim lives upstairs.
20:56
Oh, I see. What does she do
20:59
She works in a hotel, so she works funny hours.
21:03
Here we are. Nice, cold drinks.
21:31
No reply.
21:57
– Morning, Tim. – Morning, Ted.
22:00
Oh dear. You look tired.
22:02
What time were you up this morning
22:04
About four o`clock. There was an accident at the station.
22:07
There weren`t any trains for five hours.
22:09
– Terrible. – Oh hi, Rebecca.
22:13
Hi. Thanks Ted. What`s the date today, Tim
22:16
What
22:18
Today`s date. What is it
22:20
Er, it`s the fourth of October.
22:22
And what do you know about the fourth of October
22:26
It`s the day after the third of October
22:28
Try again, Tim. Think of your girlfriend.
22:32
Oh no! It`s Ellie`s birthday.
22:36
But I haven`t got her a card or a present or anything. Excuse me!
22:41
Oh, sorry!
22:43
Good afternoon, Julia.
22:45
I know. I`m sorry. The trains were all late.
22:47
There was an accident at the station.
22:49
Is Martha annoyed
22:51
Well, she isn`t pleased – this is the second time this week.
22:53
Yes, but it wasn`t my fault today.
22:55
And you were late last Thursday, too.
22:58
Well, that`s it. I must find a flat in town.
23:08
Are there any places in there
23:09
No, there aren`t.
23:13
What about this
23:15
Second floor flat – bedroom, living room, small kitchen and bathroom/WC.
23:19
Yes, but it`s £600 a month. I can`t afford that.
23:23
No, I suppose not. You could try an agency.
23:27
I haven`t got time.
23:29
Ask Martha for some time off this afternoon.
23:32
Oh come on, Rebecca. I was late this morning, remember
23:35
Well, try it.
23:37
Martha`s got a teleconference with Frederick all afternoon.
23:39
A teleconference
23:41
Yes. Frederick`s in Tokyo.
23:44
Oh, so Martha doesn`t need me.
24:56
So let me see – there`s the room and the kitchen…
24:59
…and the bathroom and the toilet are in the hall.
25:02
Yes, that`s right. You share them with the people upstairs.
25:04
They`re very nice people.
25:06
And how much is it, Mr Jackson
25:08
It`s only £65 a week.
25:10
So are you interested
25:12
Yes, definitely.
25:17
– The people upstairs – Uh, yes.
25:42
Reception.
25:44
Any luck
25:46
No. There isn`t anything.
25:48
Everything`s too far away, too expensive, too noisy, or just grotty.
25:53
Never mind.
25:55
Look. Come to my place for a drink.
25:56
It`s a sort of surprise for Ellie`s birthday.
25:58
OK.
26:13
Back in a minute.
26:24
– This is a nice place, Rebecca. – Yes, I like it. This is Ellie`s room.
26:29
We`ve got this living room, a kitchen and the bathroom`s down the hall…
26:33
…next to my bedroom.
26:35
Where do you live, Gary
26:37
I`ve got a flat just round the corner.
26:38
Gary`s got a lovely place.
26:40
It`s on the top floor and it`s got a great view.
26:42
Tea, everyone
26:44
There`s a message on your answerphone.
26:48
Happy birthday to you. Happy birthday to you.
26:51
Happy birthday, dear Ellie.
26:53
Happy birthday to you.
26:55
See you later. Love you. Bye.
26:57
Love you. Bye. You old romantic.
27:01
Well, I think it`s very sweet, Tim.
27:04
Hi, Rebecca. It`s me…
27:06
Sshh, everybody. It`s Ellie.
27:09
Hi, Rebecca. It`s me, Ellie.
27:13
This is just to say goodbye.
27:14
I`m really sorry about this, but I`ve got a job in a hotel in San Francisco…
27:19
…and so… well… er…
27:22
The rent for this month is on the dressing table in my room.
27:25
There`s a letter for Tim there, too.
27:27
Can you give it to him, please
27:30
So, er… that`s it. Bye. Take care.
27:43
– Oh dear. Poor Tim. – Well, it was very strange.
27:47
I mean she wasn`t here last night…
27:49
…and then she wasn`t here this morning and…
27:51
Look on the bright side.
27:53
You need a new flatmate now. Julia needs a room, so…
27:55
Gary!
27:57
It`s all right, Julia. Gary`s right. The room is yours, if you want it.
28:00
– What Really – Yes, really.
28:03
Oh, thank you! That`s great. Wonderful!
28:07
Oh, Tim. I`m sorry.
28:47
I`m sorry I`m late, Tim.
28:49
I had to go to the police station about Kylie and Jason. They…
28:52
Not now, Sean. We need to go in five minutes.
28:56
What`s the matter with him today
28:59
– It`s Ellie. – Ellie
29:01
– She`s gone. – Gone
29:03
– To the States. – To the States
29:06
She left yesterday.
29:09
You see, yesterday was Ellie`s birthday.
29:13
Tim, Gary, Julia and I went back to my place for a birthday drink for Ellie.
29:18
Ellie wasn`t there, but there was a message from her on the answerphone.
29:22
She said that she had a new job in San Francisco and well… goodbye.
29:29
What did Tim do
29:30
He just walked out of the flat.
29:32
He didn`t say a word.
29:34
It was all very sad and, well, embarrassing.
29:36
We didn`t know what to do.
29:38
No wonder he`s in a bad mood.
29:40
But it`s not all bad news, because Julia`s my new flatmate now.
29:44
– Come on, Sean. We haven`t got all day. – Have a nice day.
29:59
There, that`s the lot.
30:02
Cup of tea, Mr Drake
30:03
Um, no, thank you, Rebecca. I`d better be off now.
30:06
– Thanks, Dad. – Don`t mention it, love.
30:09
– Bye. – Bye.
30:11
– Bye. – Bye Rebecca.
30:13
– Welcome to Wellington Gardens. – I still can`t believe it.
30:16
Why don`t we have a party – a sort of `Welcome to Julia` thing
30:19
Oh, yes. Great idea. When
30:21
Next Friday
30:23
We can invite some of the neighbours and everyone from work.
30:26
Everyone Even Frederick
30:28
Don`t worry. He`s in South Africa for the rest of the week.
30:30
So who can we invite
30:34
Oh, what`s this
30:36
It`s an invitation to our party.
30:38
A party, eh When is it
30:40
It`s next Friday. The eighteenth. Tim, here.
30:43
Great! I like parties.
30:45
– We can`t come. – But…
30:46
We`ve got that programme to finish.
30:48
Can`t we do it another time It`s Julia`s…
30:50
No!
30:58
Oh, well…
31:20
Hi, Tim. It`s party time.
31:23
No, it isn`t.
31:35
OK, I think we can take a look at that now.
31:39
Last year Richard Bennett gave up his job in a London bank…
31:42
…and decided to walk to the South Pole.
31:45
Why did you give up your job, Richard
31:47
Well, I didn`t like my job and I had a lot of problems at home.
31:51
I just wanted to get away from it all.
31:55
I wanted to find myself, if you like.
31:58
So you left England in August. What did you do first
32:01
I flew to Buenos Aires in Argentina.
32:04
From there I travelled to the Antarctic by boat.
32:07
When did you actually start your journey to the Pole
32:11
Well, I had to wait for a few weeks, because the weather was very bad…
32:15
…so I didn`t set off until the end of September.
32:17
Did anyone go with you
32:19
No, I was on my own.
32:21
And did you reach the South Pole
32:23
No, I didn`t.
32:25
After about three hundred kilometres I fell into a huge crevasse…
32:29
…you know – a big hole – about ten metres deep.
32:34
Were you hurt
32:36
Yes, I broke my arm.
32:38
I couldn`t climb out.
32:40
What did you do
32:42
Well, fortunately, my sledge fell into the hole with me…
32:45
…so I had food, and I had my radio, too.
32:48
And I called for help.
32:50
How long were you there before they found you
32:53
Five days.
32:55
There was a bad storm, you see.
32:57
I thought it was the end, but then suddenly I heard voices and dogs.
33:02
I shouted and shouted and faces appeared above me.
33:07
What did you think about, while you were in the crevasse
33:10
I thought about my life back in England.
33:14
And the funny thing was that all my problems at home and at work…
33:18
…weren`t important any more.
33:21
I just wanted to be with my family and friends again.
33:25
Life`s very short, you know. You have to enjoy it while you can.
33:32
Thank you very much.
33:34
Can I just look at that last part again
33:47
I thought about my life back in England.
33:52
And the funny thing was that all my problems at home and at work…
33:55
…weren`t important any more.
33:58
I just wanted to be with my family and friends again.
34:02
Life`s very short, you know. You have to enjoy it while you can.
34:08
Thank you very much.
34:11
Yes, that`s fine.
34:14
Do you want a cup of coffee Tim
34:19
Sorry. What did you say
34:21
Would you like a coffee
34:24
No thanks, Sean. We`ve got a party to go to.
35:13
What do you think, Rebecca
35:15
The skirt or the trousers
35:17
I can`t afford both.
35:19
Hmm. I don`t know. How much are they
35:21
The skirt`s £28.50.
35:24
The trousers are a bit more expensive, but not much.
35:42
Look. There`s Gary.
35:44
Where
35:46
There. He`s going into the Men`s department.
35:49
Oh, I suppose he`s buying some new clothes…
35:51
…for his interview with that magazine.
35:53
Oh yes. What did he say
35:55
The readers of Stars and Style magazine voted me…
35:58
…the best dressed newsreader on TV.
36:04
Let`s see what he`s buying.
36:13
Hi, Gary. What are you doing
36:15
I`m looking for a shirt and a tie to go with my new suit.
36:19
Are they for your interview
36:20
Oh, do you know about that
36:22
Oh, come on, Gary. Everybody knows.
36:25
You mention it at least ten times a day.
36:28
Excuse me. Can I try these on, please
36:31
Sure. The changing rooms are over there.
36:33
Thank you.
36:35
How many shirts are you taking
36:37
Only the best is good enough for the best-dressed newsreader.
36:50
Hi, Tim.
36:54
OK, Gary. What`s in the bags
36:56
Oh, these It`s my new suit and things for my interview…
37:00
…about the best dressed newsreader.
37:02
Yes, we know. Armani, eh
37:05
Bet that cost a bit.
37:07
Well, if it`s good, the price doesn`t matter.
37:12
Did you hear that
37:14
Yes, he`s even worse than usual.
37:17
Somebody should do something about him.
37:19
When is this interview anyway
37:21
Straight after the six o`clock news.
38:20
Psst! Sean! Sean!
38:24
Gary Fenton to the studio, please. Five minutes.
38:36
Oh, there you are, Gary. Why are you so late
38:42
Good evening.
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This is Gary Fenton with the six o`clock news.
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Gary, your visitors.
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Charlotte Mortimer from Stars and Style magazine.
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Pleased to meet you, Mr Fenton, or may I call you Gary
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Of course.
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Now, can we take some photographs first
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Oh no. We always see you at your desk, Gary.
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Well, I feel more comfortable here.
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But I`m sure all our readers want to know if you`ve got any legs.
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I`d really prefer to be at my desk.
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Come on now, Gary. Don`t be shy!
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All right!
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What are you wearing
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Er, well, perhaps at the desk is better.
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What`s happening
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The reporter`s interviewing Gary.
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And Gary always enjoys interviews.
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Well, he isn`t enjoying this one.
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I think we should give his trousers back now.
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Why Oh, all right.
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So when did you start doing that
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A couple of years ago.
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Sorry to interrupt. We found these, Gary.
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Excuse me.
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Photograph
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Come on, Gary. Cheer up.
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The magazine got photos of you in your new suit in the end.
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But you looked so funny in those baggy old trousers.
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Where did you get them, anyway
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They were Sean`s.
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Oh no, Sean!
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So what are we going to do at this school
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Tim`s going to interview one of the teachers.
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She`s won the lottery twice.
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I`ve never won the lottery.
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In fact, I`ve never won anything!
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Is everything OK
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Sure. Let`s go. Oh!
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Tim! Are you all right
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Yes, I`m fine. I`ve just got stomach-ache, that`s all.
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You can`t work like this. You should be at home in bed.
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Look. I`ve never missed a day`s work in my life…
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…and I`m not going to start now.
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Anyway, who`s going to do the interview if I`m not there
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Me.
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Have you ever done an interview before
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No, I haven`t, but I`ve watched you several times and Sean`s here.
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He`s filmed hundreds of interviews.
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No, it`s OK, I can… Ow, ah!
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Give me your car keys.
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I`m going to take you straight to the doctor.
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Hi, how are you
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Hi, Julia. Did you get the interview all right
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Yes, everything was fine. But what about you
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I feel a bit sore.
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They took my appendix out yesterday afternoon.
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I know. I came to see you, but you were asleep.
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I was with Rebecca.
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Uh-huh. I`ve never been in hospital before.
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How long are you going to be in here
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I can go home tomorrow and the doctor says…
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…I can go back to work next week, if I want to.
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Tim. Don`t you ever stop
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Hi, Gary.
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Tim… Oh, hello, Julia.
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Appendicitis, eh Ah no, I suppose you can`t eat anything at the moment.
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– Julia – No thanks.
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I`ve had appendicitis, you know. Have you, Julia
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Very painful. Now when did I have it
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Oh yes. I was at school. It must be oh, twenty years ago.
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Hello Tim. What did the doctor say
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All clear. And the best thing is I can eat normally again.
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Good.
44:37
Er, Julia…
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… I, em, wanted to say thank you for all your help when…
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…you know… and well, erm…
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…would you like to go out for a meal sometime…
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…just to, you know, say thank you
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Yes, I`d love to.
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Shall we try that new Italian place near the museum
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Mmm. That would be nice. When
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Is this evening any good for you
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Yes, it`s fine.
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Great. Shall I call for you about eight
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I`m going to be in town anyway.
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So can we meet at the restaurant at say half past seven
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OK.
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Tim Barnes. Hi Pete…
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– This is good. I love Italian food. – Have you ever been to Italy
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– I lived there for a couple of years. – Really
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It was after I left university. I worked in a travel company.
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You know, looking after groups of British tourists.
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Did you enjoy it
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Yes, it was great fun. I like travelling.
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What about you
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I`ve travelled around a bit, mostly in Asia and South America…
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…but I`ve never actually lived in another country.
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Erm… You`ve got some sauce on your cheek.
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Have I Where
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– Hi, you two. – Oh, hello, Gary.
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Can I join you I`m having dinner here, too…
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…but my friends aren`t here yet…
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You`ve got a bit of sauce on your cheek, Julia.
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Thank you, Gary. I can do it.
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That was a really good meal. I enjoyed it.
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Yes, me too. Until Gary arrived.
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Yes.
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Um, well, I`ve got an early start tomorrow.
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Yes.
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So…
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Yes. Goodnight.
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Goodnight. See you tomorrow.
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– Tim! – Yes
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I can`t find my keys, I think I`ve left them at work.
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Oh, isn`t Rebecca in
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I don`t know. Probably not.
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Oh dear.
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Oh hi, hi Tim. I heard voices.
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I`m just on the phone to my sister, so I`ll see you in a minute.
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Still locked out
47:11
Yes.

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