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  • - Morning, Julia. - Hi, Rebecca.

  • Are you going away

  • I`m going to my parents` for the weekend.

  • My sister`s picking me up at quarter past nine.

  • When are you getting back

  • We`re having a big family dinner on Sunday evening.

  • It`s my father`s birthday.

  • So I`m going straight into work on Monday.

  • You sound happy. Do I.

  • Perhaps I`m falling in love.

  • What

  • Are you serious

  • Yes, I think so.

  • Who is it What`s he like

  • Well, he`s very good-looking and he`s got lovely eyes.

  • What does he do Come on, Julia. Who is it

  • He works for a TV company.

  • Really Do I know him

  • In fact, he`s probably on TV right now.

  • You`re watching the local weekend news on Apex TV.

  • I`m Gary Fenton. It`s nine fifteen.

  • Gary

  • Oh, there`s Cindy. Bye, Julia. See you on Monday.

  • Well, what do you think

  • Oh.

  • On Saturday mornings Charlie and Molly Craddock usually go shopping...

  • ...but they aren`t going shopping today.

  • They`re doing something completely different.

  • They`re walking round the local park.

  • And they`re doing it backwards.

  • Molly. Why are you walking round the park backwards

  • We`re collecting money for local charities.

  • Is it difficult, Charlie

  • Not for us, because we practise.

  • We walk round our garden for two hours every day.

  • - Backwards - Of course!

  • - It`s very easy, you know. - And it`s great fun. Oh! Oops!

  • Are you waiting for someone, Tim

  • What Oh, yes. Ah, here she is.

  • - Hi. - Hi, Julia.

  • Hi, Sean. How are you

  • Not too bad, I suppose.

  • The police are coming to see us this afternoon.

  • Jason and Kylie put soap powder in the neighbours` fish pond yesterday.

  • Well, good luck. We`re going into town.

  • Bye.

  • Have a nice weekend.

  • She`s going out with someone and he works here.

  • - Ooh, who is it - Gary.

  • - No! - Yes.

  • What`s she giggling about

  • It`s Julia.

  • You`ll never guess, but she`s going out with Gary.

  • Nonsense! Julia`s got more sense than that.

  • It`s true. She told me on Saturday.

  • Well, never mind that.

  • What time am I meeting Frederick today

  • Oh, he phoned to say that he can`t make it.

  • Could you call him on his mobile He`s at the House of Commons.

  • Look out! She`s coming.

  • - Hello, Julia. - Oh, um, hi.

  • Oh, Gary. Gary...

  • Julia, are you doing anything this evening

  • Yes, I am. I`m going out.

  • Are you going out tomorrow, too

  • No, I`m not. I`m staying in and watching a video with Rebecca.

  • What about Wednesday

  • Look. What is this, Gary What do you want

  • Oh, come on, Julia. Don`t be shy. I know your little secret.

  • Secret What secret

  • You know.

  • What do I know

  • Oh, come on, you know.

  • Don`t you

  • Thanks.

  • How was your weekend at your parents

  • Don`t ask.

  • They argued all the time and I got the usual lecture.

  • "Why don`t you get a proper job like Cindy She`s doing so well."

  • What about your weekend

  • Well, on Saturday morning I was with Tim in Wrigley Park.

  • People do some funny things...

  • Yes, they do. Well, I can`t stay here all day.

  • And then Julia arrived and she and Tim...

  • Julia

  • Yeah, it seems they`re going out together.

  • I didn`t know anything about it.

  • Julia is going out with Tim But...

  • Rebecca!

  • So what will this new series of yours be about

  • If you come to the meeting tomorrow, you`ll find out.

  • Some of your young fans, boys.

  • Can we have your autographs, please

  • I`ll use my own pen.

  • What`s it like to be a star

  • These kids can recognize real talent.

  • That`s right.

  • Well, actually, this is for my grandma.

  • And the next item is: Tim`s new series. Tim

  • OK. Well the series will be called "People"...

  • ...and it will be about people`s lives...

  • ...not famous people, but ordinary people...

  • ...like nurses, shop assistants, bank managers, housewives.

  • Won`t that be a bit - ordinary

  • No, they`ll be ordinary people, but with an extraordinary story to tell.

  • - How will it work - It`ll be very simple.

  • We`ll interview someone in the studio about his or her life story.

  • And will you be the interviewer

  • I`d like Gary to do it.

  • Me Er, why

  • I`d like to direct it. It`ll be a chance for both of us to try something new.

  • - Gary - I think it`s an excellent idea.

  • Very exciting.

  • So, who have we got for the first programme

  • It`s this woman here - Samantha Richmond. She`s a waitress.

  • Uh-huh. So what`s her story

  • She got married on her sixteenth birthday.

  • She and her boyfriend ran away to Gretna Green...

  • ...because her parents didn`t approve.

  • Sounds interesting. Are they still married

  • Yes, they are. They`ve got five children now.

  • Here`s a photo of the family.

  • If you do that again, I`ll go back to my desk.

  • OK. OK. I promise I`ll behave.

  • Good. Now there`s a lot more about Samantha Richmond.

  • She`s a very interesting woman.

  • What time will this woman be here, Julia It`s already twenty past two.

  • I`m sure she`ll be here soon.

  • Excuse me. There`s a message on my answerphone for Julia...

  • ...from Samantha Richmond.

  • - When Just now - This morning.

  • What

  • I was out of the office all morning at a meeting.

  • Anyway, she says she`s very sorry...

  • ...but she can`t come this afternoon because one of her children is ill.

  • Oh dear, I hope it`s nothing serious.

  • Nothing serious

  • We haven`t got an interview. That`s serious, isn`t it

  • I meant the child.

  • Well, if she can`t do it, we`ll just have to find someone from here.

  • Well, it can`t be me, because I`m the interviewer.

  • How about Frederick

  • He`s in Bangkok.

  • Anyway, it needs to be someone ordinary.

  • You can`t be serious.

  • Our guest this evening is Sean Casey - a cameraman here at Apex TV.

  • Tell me something about your early life, Sean.

  • Well, I was born in Ireland...

  • ...but my parents moved to England when I was still a baby...

  • ...and I grew up in London.

  • We were quite a big family - seven kids.

  • I didn`t do very well at school and I left when I was sixteen.

  • What did you do after school

  • I got a job in a furniture factory.

  • Furniture How interesting.

  • Not really.

  • But in my free time I played the bass guitar...

  • ...with a band called Nightmare.

  • And we got a few good gigs, so I gave up my job...

  • ...and went on the road with the band.

  • Really

  • Yeah. We never became famous...

  • ...but we played with some famous bands...

  • ...REM, Guns N` Roses, Dire Straits.

  • We had some great times.

  • I remember one night in Las Vegas, I was in a bar with U2.

  • They`re great guys - loads of fun.

  • Well, we were in this bar and...

  • Evening, Sean. We watched you on TV last night. You were very good.

  • Thank you, Ted.

  • Yes, you were great, Sean.

  • I didn`t see it.

  • The kids wanted to watch some quiz programme on the other channel.

  • Look out, boys, some more of your fans.

  • I`ll just get my pen out.

  • There he is!

  • Can we have your autograph, please, Mr Casey

  • We saw you on TV last night.

  • Did you really play with all those big bands

  • - Yeah. - What was it like

  • It was really great.

  • Huh, the kids of today!

  • Yeah. What do they know

  • Anything for me

  • Here you are. I`m going to put my feet up.

  • It`s been a long day.

  • This`ll be from my sister.

  • She works in Hong Kong.

  • Talking of families, are you working this weekend

  • Just Saturday.

  • I`m going to my parents` for the weekend.

  • Would you like to come over on Sunday

  • They`d love to meet you.

  • Sure. What time

  • Why don`t you come over about three and stay for dinner in the evening

  • OK. Oh, how do I get there

  • I`ll give you a map.

  • No! I`ve got my personal organizer.

  • The easiest way is to take the London Road to Kingston.

  • There`s a big Asda supermarket just before you get to the centre of Kingston.

  • You go past Asda and take the first turning on the right.

  • There`s a post office on the corner.

  • First on the right. OK.

  • Go down there till you come to the second set of traffic lights.

  • Turn left there and you`ll see a pub called the Black Bull on the right.

  • Turn right and Gloucester Avenue is the third road on the left.

  • Number 29.

  • Turn right by the Black Bull and third left. 29. Got it.

  • Morning, dear. Do you want some breakfast

  • Yes, please. Morning, Dad.

  • Morning.

  • Do you have to do that now

  • You said you wanted it mending.

  • - Are we going shopping today - No, not today.

  • Do you remember old Mrs Burns

  • I`m taking her to stay with her daughter this morning.

  • Where does her daughter live

  • In one of those little roads near King George Square.

  • We can go shopping tomorrow.

  • It`s more convenient on Sunday mornings anyway...

  • ...because there aren`t so many people.

  • Don`t forget Tim`s coming tomorrow.

  • We`ll be back in time.

  • When I was driving home yesterday, I saw these two kids.

  • They were running out of a newsagent`s and the owner was running after them.

  • The kids ran right in front of my car and I nearly hit them.

  • But that wasn`t the worst thing.

  • When they turned round, do you know what

  • It was Jason and Kylie

  • Tim Barnes.

  • What When

  • Where

  • Thank you.

  • A robbery at a jeweller`s shop in King George Square.

  • Here we are, Mrs Burns.

  • Oh, there`s another police car. I wonder what`s happening.

  • Oh dear, there`s nowhere to park. Well, I`ll just stop here.

  • We won`t be long.

  • Turn right here. That`ll be the quickest way.

  • Oh no!

  • Come on! You`re blocking the street.

  • We won`t be a minute.

  • Can`t you move any faster

  • Allow me. It`ll be quicker.

  • Well, really!

  • There you are, Mum.

  • So what happened

  • Well, when we got there, I couldn`t find anywhere to park...

  • ...so I stopped in the middle of the street.

  • While I was helping Mrs Burns out of the car...

  • ...another car pulled up behind me...

  • ...and the driver of the car beeped his horn at me.

  • Some people!

  • Poor old Mrs Burns can`t move very fast.

  • So while we were walking to her door, the young man started shouting at us.

  • That`s terrible!

  • And then he grabbed the suitcases from the car...

  • ...and he just dumped them on the pavement.

  • How rude!