Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles - 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! But, you know, I`m sure I`ve seen him somewhere before. Tim will be here soon.