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01:23
– Morning, Julia. – Hi, Rebecca.
01:25
Are you going away
01:27
I`m going to my parents` for the weekend.
01:29
My sister`s picking me up at quarter past nine.
01:31
When are you getting back
01:33
We`re having a big family dinner on Sunday evening.
01:35
It`s my father`s birthday.
01:37
So I`m going straight into work on Monday.
01:46
You sound happy. Do I.
01:49
Perhaps I`m falling in love.
01:51
What
01:52
Are you serious
01:53
Yes, I think so.
01:54
Who is it What`s he like
01:57
Well, he`s very good-looking and he`s got lovely eyes.
02:00
What does he do Come on, Julia. Who is it
02:03
He works for a TV company.
02:05
Really Do I know him
02:07
In fact, he`s probably on TV right now.
02:15
You`re watching the local weekend news on Apex TV.
02:18
I`m Gary Fenton. It`s nine fifteen.
02:20
Gary
02:23
Oh, there`s Cindy. Bye, Julia. See you on Monday.
02:30
Well, what do you think
02:33
Oh.
02:38
On Saturday mornings Charlie and Molly Craddock usually go shopping…
02:42
…but they aren`t going shopping today.
02:44
They`re doing something completely different.
02:46
They`re walking round the local park.
02:48
And they`re doing it backwards.
02:50
Molly. Why are you walking round the park backwards
02:54
We`re collecting money for local charities.
02:56
Is it difficult, Charlie
02:57
Not for us, because we practise.
03:00
We walk round our garden for two hours every day.
03:02
– Backwards – Of course!
03:04
– It`s very easy, you know. – And it`s great fun. Oh! Oops!
03:16
Are you waiting for someone, Tim
03:20
What Oh, yes. Ah, here she is.
03:22
– Hi. – Hi, Julia.
03:27
Hi, Sean. How are you
03:30
Not too bad, I suppose.
03:32
The police are coming to see us this afternoon.
03:35
Jason and Kylie put soap powder in the neighbours` fish pond yesterday.
03:40
Well, good luck. We`re going into town.
03:44
Bye.
03:45
Have a nice weekend.
03:55
She`s going out with someone and he works here.
03:58
– Ooh, who is it – Gary.
04:02
– No! – Yes.
04:08
What`s she giggling about
04:10
It`s Julia.
04:12
You`ll never guess, but she`s going out with Gary.
04:14
Nonsense! Julia`s got more sense than that.
04:16
It`s true. She told me on Saturday.
04:19
Well, never mind that.
04:20
What time am I meeting Frederick today
04:22
Oh, he phoned to say that he can`t make it.
04:24
Could you call him on his mobile He`s at the House of Commons.
04:33
Look out! She`s coming.
04:36
– Hello, Julia. – Oh, um, hi.
04:42
Oh, Gary. Gary…
04:48
Julia, are you doing anything this evening
04:51
Yes, I am. I`m going out.
04:54
Are you going out tomorrow, too
04:56
No, I`m not. I`m staying in and watching a video with Rebecca.
05:01
What about Wednesday
05:03
Look. What is this, Gary What do you want
05:06
Oh, come on, Julia. Don`t be shy. I know your little secret.
05:12
Secret What secret
05:14
You know.
05:15
What do I know
05:17
Oh, come on, you know.
05:20
Don`t you
05:30
Thanks.
05:32
How was your weekend at your parents
05:34
Don`t ask.
05:36
They argued all the time and I got the usual lecture.
05:39
“Why don`t you get a proper job like Cindy She`s doing so well.”
05:43
What about your weekend
05:45
Well, on Saturday morning I was with Tim in Wrigley Park.
05:49
People do some funny things…
05:51
Yes, they do. Well, I can`t stay here all day.
05:54
And then Julia arrived and she and Tim…
05:56
Julia
05:59
Yeah, it seems they`re going out together.
06:01
I didn`t know anything about it.
06:03
Julia is going out with Tim But…
06:05
Rebecca!
06:27
So what will this new series of yours be about
06:29
If you come to the meeting tomorrow, you`ll find out.
06:31
Some of your young fans, boys.
06:33
Can we have your autographs, please
06:36
I`ll use my own pen.
06:38
What`s it like to be a star
06:40
These kids can recognize real talent.
06:42
That`s right.
06:44
Well, actually, this is for my grandma.
06:55
And the next item is: Tim`s new series. Tim
07:00
OK. Well the series will be called “People”…
07:03
…and it will be about people`s lives…
07:06
…not famous people, but ordinary people…
07:08
…like nurses, shop assistants, bank managers, housewives.
07:14
Won`t that be a bit – ordinary
07:17
No, they`ll be ordinary people, but with an extraordinary story to tell.
07:22
– How will it work – It`ll be very simple.
07:24
We`ll interview someone in the studio about his or her life story.
07:28
And will you be the interviewer
07:30
I`d like Gary to do it.
07:32
Me Er, why
07:34
I`d like to direct it. It`ll be a chance for both of us to try something new.
07:39
– Gary – I think it`s an excellent idea.
07:41
Very exciting.
07:45
So, who have we got for the first programme
07:48
It`s this woman here – Samantha Richmond. She`s a waitress.
07:52
Uh-huh. So what`s her story
07:55
She got married on her sixteenth birthday.
07:58
She and her boyfriend ran away to Gretna Green…
08:01
…because her parents didn`t approve.
08:03
Sounds interesting. Are they still married
08:06
Yes, they are. They`ve got five children now.
08:09
Here`s a photo of the family.
08:12
If you do that again, I`ll go back to my desk.
08:15
OK. OK. I promise I`ll behave.
08:18
Good. Now there`s a lot more about Samantha Richmond.
08:21
She`s a very interesting woman.
08:40
What time will this woman be here, Julia It`s already twenty past two.
08:43
I`m sure she`ll be here soon.
08:45
Excuse me. There`s a message on my answerphone for Julia…
08:48
…from Samantha Richmond.
08:50
– When Just now – This morning.
08:52
What
08:53
I was out of the office all morning at a meeting.
08:56
Anyway, she says she`s very sorry…
08:57
…but she can`t come this afternoon because one of her children is ill.
09:00
Oh dear, I hope it`s nothing serious.
09:02
Nothing serious
09:03
We haven`t got an interview. That`s serious, isn`t it
09:05
I meant the child.
09:08
Well, if she can`t do it, we`ll just have to find someone from here.
09:11
Well, it can`t be me, because I`m the interviewer.
09:14
How about Frederick
09:16
He`s in Bangkok.
09:17
Anyway, it needs to be someone ordinary.
09:26
You can`t be serious.
09:39
Our guest this evening is Sean Casey – a cameraman here at Apex TV.
09:44
Tell me something about your early life, Sean.
09:48
Well, I was born in Ireland…
09:51
…but my parents moved to England when I was still a baby…
09:55
…and I grew up in London.
09:57
We were quite a big family – seven kids.
10:00
I didn`t do very well at school and I left when I was sixteen.
10:06
What did you do after school
10:09
I got a job in a furniture factory.
10:11
Furniture How interesting.
10:14
Not really.
10:16
But in my free time I played the bass guitar…
10:19
…with a band called Nightmare.
10:21
And we got a few good gigs, so I gave up my job…
10:24
…and went on the road with the band.
10:26
Really
10:28
Yeah. We never became famous…
10:30
…but we played with some famous bands…
10:33
…REM, Guns N` Roses, Dire Straits.
10:36
We had some great times.
10:40
I remember one night in Las Vegas, I was in a bar with U2.
10:43
They`re great guys – loads of fun.
10:46
Well, we were in this bar and…
10:56
Evening, Sean. We watched you on TV last night. You were very good.
11:00
Thank you, Ted.
11:01
Yes, you were great, Sean.
11:03
I didn`t see it.
11:05
The kids wanted to watch some quiz programme on the other channel.
11:20
Look out, boys, some more of your fans.
11:23
I`ll just get my pen out.
11:27
There he is!
11:29
Can we have your autograph, please, Mr Casey
11:30
We saw you on TV last night.
11:35
Did you really play with all those big bands
11:38
– Yeah. – What was it like
11:40
It was really great.
11:42
Huh, the kids of today!
11:44
Yeah. What do they know
12:12
Anything for me
12:14
Here you are. I`m going to put my feet up.
12:17
It`s been a long day.
12:21
This`ll be from my sister.
12:23
She works in Hong Kong.
12:25
Talking of families, are you working this weekend
12:27
Just Saturday.
12:29
I`m going to my parents` for the weekend.
12:31
Would you like to come over on Sunday
12:33
They`d love to meet you.
12:35
Sure. What time
12:37
Why don`t you come over about three and stay for dinner in the evening
12:40
OK. Oh, how do I get there
12:42
I`ll give you a map.
12:44
No! I`ve got my personal organizer.
12:47
The easiest way is to take the London Road to Kingston.
12:51
There`s a big Asda supermarket just before you get to the centre of Kingston.
12:56
You go past Asda and take the first turning on the right.
12:59
There`s a post office on the corner.
13:02
First on the right. OK.
13:04
Go down there till you come to the second set of traffic lights.
13:09
Turn left there and you`ll see a pub called the Black Bull on the right.
13:14
Turn right and Gloucester Avenue is the third road on the left.
13:19
Number 29.
13:21
Turn right by the Black Bull and third left. 29. Got it.
13:43
Morning, dear. Do you want some breakfast
13:45
Yes, please. Morning, Dad.
13:47
Morning.
13:49
Do you have to do that now
13:51
You said you wanted it mending.
13:53
– Are we going shopping today – No, not today.
13:55
Do you remember old Mrs Burns
13:57
I`m taking her to stay with her daughter this morning.
14:00
Where does her daughter live
14:01
In one of those little roads near King George Square.
14:04
We can go shopping tomorrow.
14:06
It`s more convenient on Sunday mornings anyway…
14:08
…because there aren`t so many people.
14:09
Don`t forget Tim`s coming tomorrow.
14:12
We`ll be back in time.
14:20
When I was driving home yesterday, I saw these two kids.
14:23
They were running out of a newsagent`s and the owner was running after them.
14:27
The kids ran right in front of my car and I nearly hit them.
14:31
But that wasn`t the worst thing.
14:33
When they turned round, do you know what
14:36
It was Jason and Kylie
14:41
Tim Barnes.
14:45
What When
14:49
Where
14:51
Thank you.
14:54
A robbery at a jeweller`s shop in King George Square.
15:03
Here we are, Mrs Burns.
15:05
Oh, there`s another police car. I wonder what`s happening.
15:11
Oh dear, there`s nowhere to park. Well, I`ll just stop here.
15:15
We won`t be long.
15:27
Turn right here. That`ll be the quickest way.
15:39
Oh no!
15:49
Come on! You`re blocking the street.
15:51
We won`t be a minute.
15:53
Can`t you move any faster
16:02
Allow me. It`ll be quicker.
16:07
Well, really!
16:21
There you are, Mum.
16:24
So what happened
16:26
Well, when we got there, I couldn`t find anywhere to park…
16:30
…so I stopped in the middle of the street.
16:32
While I was helping Mrs Burns out of the car…
16:35
…another car pulled up behind me…
16:38
…and the driver of the car beeped his horn at me.
16:42
Some people!
16:45
Poor old Mrs Burns can`t move very fast.
16:48
So while we were walking to her door, the young man started shouting at us.
16:53
That`s terrible!
16:55
And then he grabbed the suitcases from the car…
16:57
…and he just dumped them on the pavement.
16:59
How rude!
17:01
But, you know, I`m sure I`ve seen him somewhere before.
17:13
Tim will be here soon.
17:15
Uh, huh.
17:17
It isn`t usually as busy as that on a Sunday, is it, dear
17:19
No, dear.
17:21
I`ll take these in.
17:27
That`s him! That`s his car!
17:30
What, dear
17:32
Excuse me. I`d like a word with you!
17:39
Hi.
17:42
Do you two know each other
17:44
Well, this is the rude young man that I was telling you about.
17:53
Oh dear. Mum, Dad. This is Tim.
17:59
Pleased to meet you.
18:21
Yes, Mother, if I have time I`ll try to go shopping at lunchtime.
18:26
Yes, I`ll buy some apples.
18:28
No, I won`t buy any pears, I know you don`t like them.
18:33
Now, have we got any coffee
18:36
Well, go and look and then ring me back.
18:47
Yes, Mother
18:50
Oh, I`m sorry. I was expecting another call.
18:53
What can I do for you Yes, I have seen the programme.
18:58
I saw it last night.
19:03
No. No, I don`t think the programmes are too violent.
19:07
I`m afraid I can`t agree with that.
19:17
She`s on the phone.
19:20
Tim, have you done that programme about the health farm yet
19:24
No, we haven`t.
19:25
We`re still looking for someone to go there…
19:28
…so that we can film their experiences.
19:30
I`ve always wanted to go to a health farm.
19:32
But you`re already fit and healthy…
19:34
…and we need someone who`s unfit and stressed out.
19:38
Stupid man! Rebecca, have those tapes arrived
19:43
I`m afraid they won`t be here till next week.
19:46
Next week That`s too late!
19:49
Get me Frederick!
19:51
He`s gone to Rio and he won`t be back till Monday.
19:54
Oh, give me strength!
19:56
What do you want, Tim
19:59
Hello. Rebecca Bond speaking.
20:01
Just a minute, please.
20:04
It`s your mother again.
20:07
Yes, all right, Mother.
20:12
Yes, I`ll get some coffee. What
20:16
No, Mother, I haven`t hidden your glasses.
20:20
No, I can`t come home and look for them.
20:25
Goodbye.
20:27
I need a break.
20:58
Welcome to Westland Manor Health and Fitness Centre, Mrs McKay.
21:01
My name`s Celine, and I`m your personal consultant.
21:05
– Have you ever stayed here before – No, I haven`t.
21:08
– And how long will you be with us – About a week.
21:11
I see. Well, first we`ll do some of our regular tests…
21:14
…and then we can work out your personal fitness programme.
21:17
So would you like to follow me
21:29
So, you`ve finished your tests…
21:31
…and Celine has worked out a programme for you.
21:33
Now it`s time for your evening meal.
21:35
Meal You call this a meal
21:38
A bit of lettuce, a few nuts and some fruit.
21:41
They won`t let me have any biscuits or ice cream or chocolate.
21:45
Can you have any wine or beer
21:47
I can`t even have a cup of tea or coffee. This is my drink.
21:51
A glass of water
21:53
I used to be a war correspondent, you know…
21:56
…and I had some hard times…
21:58
…but I always had a good meal at the end of the day…
22:00
…with meat and cheese – not this, this rabbit food.
22:05
And cut! That was great, Martha.
22:08
That`s it for today, Sean.
22:10
Right. Where shall we go for a meal I`m starving.
22:13
Let`s try that pub down the road.
22:15
I fancy a nice big steak and a plateful of chips.
22:18
Tim, I won`t forget this.
22:34
It`s nine-thirty and Martha is starting her exercise programme in the gym.
22:41
That`s it. Swing those arms. Swing those arms. Good!
23:44
OK, another ten minutes and it`s time for lunch…
23:47
…and then at half past two we`re going jogging.
23:51
Jogging I`ve never been jogging in my life!
23:55
Oh, how did you talk me into this, Tim
24:04
Yes, OK. Bye, then.
24:10
Yes, love you, too.
24:20
I used to play with this band, you know.
24:22
Oh, yes Do you want some more French fries I`ve had enough.
24:25
Sure.
24:28
Quick. Here they come.
24:55
So, Martha. How do you feel
25:00
I have never felt worse.
25:02
I have done some difficult things in my life.
25:07
I`ve slept in airports, in fields, even in the street.
25:12
I`ve travelled for three days on a camel.
25:16
I`ve eaten snakes and insects.
25:20
But this – this is just too much.
25:25
And what`s the next thing on your programme
25:28
The next thing on my programme
25:31
You`ll see. First, I think I`ll make a phone call.
25:35
Can I borrow your mobile
25:37
Sure.
25:49
Mother. I`m coming home.
25:58
Hey! Stop! Martha!!
26:30
Anything interesting
26:33
How about going to the theatre
26:35
What`s on
26:36
Waiting for Godot. I`d like to see that.
26:38
OK. When
26:40
How about tomorrow
26:43
No, I`m working on Tuesday and Wednesday evening this week.
26:46
Let`s go on Thursday then.
26:48
All right. Are you going to get the tickets
26:52
Yes. You forgot them last time.
26:54
I couldn`t help it. A job came up at the last minute.
26:57
Hmm. I`ve heard that story before.
27:04
Aren`t you going to your aerobics class
27:06
Not this week. The instructor`s hurt her knee.
27:08
Are you going out
27:10
Yes, we`re going to the theatre to see Waiting for Godot.
27:12
– What`s the time – Ten past seven.
27:15
Oh no. I`m going to be late.
27:17
Tim`ll already be at the theatre by now.
27:21
Hello. 823846.
27:24
Rebecca It`s Tim. Is Julia there
27:26
It`s Tim.
27:31
I`m sorry, Tim. I`ll be with you in ten minutes.
27:34
Well, um, I`m not at the theatre actually.
27:38
I`m afraid something`s come up and I`ve got to deal with it.
27:41
Oh, that`s wonderful! So what am I going to do with the tickets
27:44
I don`t know. I`m sorry but I have to go. Bye.
27:56
What`s up
27:58
He can`t make it – again!
28:02
This is the third time he`s done something like this.
28:04
Last time he forgot to get the tickets.
28:07
The time before that his jeep had a flat tyre.
28:10
Do you fancy going to the theatre
28:13
Ooh, yes. I`ve always wanted to see Waiting for Godot.
28:16
Well, it`ll be better than waiting for Tim!
28:22
Hi. Do you mind if I join you Oh, here comes the worker.
28:29
Did you go to see that play
28:31
Yes, thanks. It was very good, wasn`t it, Rebecca
28:34
Excellent! I really enjoyed it.
28:36
Look, I`m sorry I couldn`t make it.
28:37
Work comes first every time, eh, Tim
28:41
I hope you`re not going to do anything like this tomorrow night.
28:44
It`s my friend Charlotte`s, party.
28:48
Except … um…
28:50
…I`ve agreed to stand in for Pete Riley tomorrow…
28:52
…so I probably won`t be free till about nine thirty.
28:56
Would you mind going on your own and I`ll meet you there
28:59
Oh, all right. But don`t be too late.
29:07
I was so embarrassed.
29:09
But there was nobody else to do the interview.
29:11
Everybody asked about you.
29:12
“I hear you`ve got a new bloke, Julia”
29:14
“Where`s your new boyfriend, Julia Is he here”
29:17
– It was so… – Embarrassing
29:21
It`s not funny. You wouldn`t like it if I stood you up.
29:25
But it`s my job. You know what it`s like.
29:28
I can`t help it if something important comes up.
29:30
Something important So I`m not important
29:33
I didn`t mean that.
29:35
There are other things in life besides work, you know.
29:38
I`ve got a job, too, but I`m not a slave to it.
29:41
But you, you`d miss your own wedding if “something important” came up.
29:45
No, I wouldn`t.
29:47
Well, I`m fed up with it, Tim, and I`m not going to put up with it any more.
29:52
It won`t happen again. I promise.
30:11
Are you doing anything this evening
30:14
I`m having dinner with Julia and her parents.
30:16
And this time I`m not going to be late.
30:20
You`re listening to Radio 591 .
30:23
This is the local news.
30:24
We`re getting reports of a serious fire at the Southgate furniture factory.
30:28
We haven`t got any more details yet…
30:30
…but we`ll bring them to you as soon as we get them.
30:32
The Southgate place. That`s about fifteen minutes from here.
30:35
But what about your dinner with Julia
30:38
That`s not till half past eight.
30:45
That traffic light`s going to turn red.
30:57
Oh no. A police car.
31:16
Hello Sean.
31:19
At the police station Speeding
31:24
But the police don`t arrest people for speeding.
31:28
Going through a red light
31:30
Arguing with a police officer
31:33
Resisting arrest I don`t believe this.
31:35
Just one question, Sean. Why was he speeding in the first place
31:43
I see. Thank you.
31:47
Shall we eat
31:52
Anyway, the Prime Minister asked: “So are we waiting for Frederick”
31:57
And Martha said: “I hope not. He`s going to be in China till next week.”
32:03
So… Blimey! Where did you spend the night
32:07
Julia, I…
32:10
– Don`t talk to me, Tim. – But I…
32:12
I don`t want anything more to do with you.
32:14
I`ve had enough. We`re finished.
32:21
What are you staring at
32:27
Tim Barnes.
32:31
I`ve got two tickets to see Romeo and Juliet tomorrow.
32:34
Oh really.
32:36
What would you say if I asked you to come with me
32:43
What would I say, Gary I`d say “Thank you. I`d love to go.”
33:23
Every day, millions of tons of rubbish are produced.
33:26
We throw our rubbish into the dustbin.
33:29
It`s collected away and – Cut.
33:33
Collected and taken away…
33:35
We`ll have to do that bit again. Give me another can.
33:48
Every day, millions of tons of rubbish are produced.
33:50
We throw our rubbish into the dustbin.
33:53
It`s collected and taken away. But what happens to it then
33:56
Some things, like bottles, cans, and paper will be recycled.
34:00
Some things will be burnt.
34:02
But most of it will be dumped in places like this.
34:05
This is the landfill site at Westbridge.
34:08
It was first used ten years ago…
34:10
…and it was expected to last for thirty or forty years.
34:13
But now it`s – um. Oh damn. Cut.
34:20
It`s OK. I think we`ll be able to edit that out and…
34:23
No. This is going to be done properly.
34:25
We`ll have to start again from the beginning.
34:28
We haven`t got any more cans.
34:31
Then I`ll just have to use one of these.
34:38
Every day, millions of tons of rubbish are produced.
34:41
We throw our rubbish into the dustbin…
34:56
Have I got an appointment with Frederick now
35:00
He`s in Moscow. I can get him on his mobile, if you want.
35:03
No, it`s all right.
35:05
What on earth is the matter with Julia
35:08
I had to tell her something three times.
35:11
Haven`t you heard She and Tim have split up.
35:14
And Sean says that Tim`s just the same.
35:16
What do you mean
35:18
They had to film something ten times this morning…
35:20
…because Tim couldn`t remember his lines.
35:22
That`s not like Tim.
35:24
I know. And Julia hasn`t smiled for days.
35:27
Well, you can`t work with people like that.
35:30
I`ve seen it too many times and it always causes problems.
35:35
We`ll have to do something about it.
35:51
I`m sorry about this morning, Sean.
35:53
It`s all right. Is it Julia
35:56
I`ve tried to explain, but she just won`t listen.
35:58
I`m sure you`ll be able to sort things out.
36:01
Maybe. But she`s going to have to make the first move. She broke it off.
36:05
Look. She`ll have to come past here when she leaves.
36:08
Why don`t you just say hello to her
36:11
That isn`t too difficult, is it Same again
36:19
Why should I make the first move It was all his fault.
36:22
You don`t have to do anything really.
36:24
He`s over there. Just say hello to him when you leave.
36:27
Maybe. Anyway, I`m going now. Bye.
36:30
Bye.
36:41
Are you still OK for Romeo and Juliet tonight
36:43
What Oh, er, I suppose so.
36:46
Great. I`ll pick you up about quarter to seven
36:49
Yes, OK, Gary.
36:51
See you later, then.
37:03
Just two minutes to go and it`s still one-one.
37:06
Legrand. Anderson. Panini. Can he do anything
37:10
Anderson again, and here`s Legrand.
37:12
What a goal! It`s 2-1 with less than a minute on the clock.
37:48
Julia. I`m sorry. Please forgive me.
37:54
Oh, Tim. I love you.
37:58
Julia!
38:01
Julia!
38:04
Julia!
38:06
What
38:09
Oh, sorry.
38:10
Are you OK You were miles away.
38:13
I was just thinking about something. Nothing important.
38:16
Well, here we are. Home again.
38:25
Thank you for this evening, Gary. I enjoyed the play.
38:30
Aren`t you going to ask me in for a cup of coffee
38:34
No, Gary. It`s late and I won`t be able to get up in the morning.
38:39
Just a goodnight kiss, then
38:41
No, Gary. Just goodnight.
38:43
Oh, sweet Julia. Just one kiss for your poor Romeo.
38:46
– Don`t be silly. – Ow! My ankle!
38:50
Oh, Gary!
38:58
How`s your ankle
39:00
I think it`s all right.
39:02
Will you be able to drive
39:04
Yes, I`ll be fine. Goodnight.
40:04
Tim Barnes.
40:08
What Where are you Frankfurt
40:17
Oh, I`m sorry. I`m working today.
40:21
No, it`s all right. I can change that.
40:24
No, really. What time do you get to London
40:29
Ten forty-five. OK. I`ll be there. See you later.
40:51
Hi, Pete It`s Tim.
40:53
Sorry to bother you so early, but I`ve got a bit of a problem.
40:56
Can you cover for me today
40:59
Cheers.
41:15
– What are you doing – I`ve just seen Tim.
41:18
I thought he was going in late today…
41:20
…but he seemed to be in a hurry.
41:22
I suppose “something important” has come up.
41:24
How was your date with Gary
41:27
Oh, don`t ask.
41:37
It`s great to see you.
41:39
– Lovely to see you, too, Tim. – But what are you doing here
41:42
I`ve got an interview next week for a new job.
41:44
Why didn`t you let me know before
41:46
I didn`t know myself until yesterday, and all the flights were fully booked.
41:49
I was lucky to get this one.
41:51
Anyway, I wanted to give you a surprise.
41:53
Well, you certainly did that.
41:55
Now, what would you like to do today
41:58
Oh, I don`t know really. I`m a bit tired.
42:07
Where is it Oh, I put it here yesterday, I know I did. Oh no!
42:17
Julia, Julia. Come on now.
42:20
It`s OK. I`ll be all right.
42:23
You`ll have to sort things out with him, you know.
42:25
You can`t go on like this.
42:27
Do you want me to talk to him
42:29
No, I`ll go and see him when we get home – if he`s there.
42:33
Martha said he`s taking a few days off.
43:05
The man phoned again later on.
43:07
So I said, if I were you, I`d write a letter to the Managing Director…
43:09
…but he said… what`s the matter
43:26
I`ve had a really nice day.
43:28
Just a minute, Denise. I`ll introduce you to my neighbours.
43:31
Can it wait till tomorrow
43:33
I feel a bit tired now – jet lag.
43:35
OK. We can call in at the wine bar tomorrow evening.
43:38
I`m sure they`ll be there.
43:44
Can I have a word, please
43:47
Of course, Julia. What`s the problem
43:50
Can I move to another department
43:54
A transfer But why You`re doing so well here.
43:58
It`s, it`s personal.
44:01
Tim, I suppose. Haven`t you two made it up yet
44:07
But you were made for each other.
44:10
When you get to my age you can see these things.
44:16
Well, if you really want a transfer…
44:19
…I`ll talk to Frederick when he gets back from Russia.
44:22
But I`ll be sorry to lose you.
44:29
I`ll just go to the loo.
44:33
Hi.
44:36
Where`s your girlfriend
44:38
What
44:40
It didn`t take you long to find one.
44:42
It didn`t take me long What about you
44:44
Last night you were kissing and cuddling him in the street.
44:48
I wasn`t!
44:49
You were – I went out to get a pizza and when I was coming back, I saw you.
44:54
I wasn`t cuddling Gary. He had fallen over and twisted his ankle.
44:58
I was helping him. Isn`t that right, Gary
45:01
Well, I didn`t know.
45:06
I`m back. Are these your friends
45:08
Yes. Let me introduce everyone.
45:11
This is, um, Gary, Sean, Rebecca and Julia.
45:16
This is Denise – my sister.
45:19
– Hello. – Hi!
45:22
Your sister Your sister Why didn`t you say
45:26
You didn`t give me a chance.
45:28
There`s a free table over there.
45:30
So, what are you doing here

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