Roy Mallard goes back to school to find out about life along the corridors and in the classrooms of King Edward VII Comprehensive School in Ashford, Kent.
Roy Mallard is in Winchester to discover the artistic genius behind the work of photographer Will Rushmore (Bill Nighy – The Men's Room). Unfortunately, Will's talent behind the camera is equal to that of Roy's.
Roy Mallard goes on an emotional rollercoaster when he visits Broadbent and Broadbent, a small firm of solicitors specializing in matrimonial cases where it's not only coffee that gets spilt in the office…
Roy follows PC David Knight as he prepares for a 12-hour day on duty. Roy also meets Inspector Mike, who believes technology is no substitute for having a good nose on the job, and Chief Inspector Carpenter, who explains the importance of respect.
Roy Mallard spends a day with Levick's Estate Agent, a small family firm in Lewes, Sussex. Founded in-between the wars, Levick's is an established family business, although most people didn't realized that it existed until after World War II.
Roy Mallard travels to Nottingham to visit with Peter Wilson, Managing Director of Zenotech, a company fighting to keep afloat in the environment of Surface Mount Technology. In other words, it manufactures Thick Film Hybrids for the computer industry.
Roy Mallard is a well-meaning but inept reporter, who travels around middle England, attempting to put together revealing documentaries centering around a different profession each week. Whether he is trailing a police officer during a bomb disposal operation or interviewing couples undergoing divorce proceedings on a County Court matrimonial day, Roy is a man constantly trying to keep chaos at bay, whilst at the same time undertaking to produce a lucid program on his given topic.
In a story inspired by true events, Sam, a twenty-something, fast-talking salesman, is tasked with fulfilling his estranged fathers last wishesdelivering an inheritance to a sister he never knew he had.
"People Like Us," a drama/comedy about family, inspired by true events, starring Chris Pine ("Star Trek") as Sam, a twenty-something, fast-talking salesman, whose latest deal collapses on the day he learns that his father has suddenly died. Against his wishes, Sam is called home, where he must put his father's estate in order and reconnect with his estranged family. In the course of fulfilling his father's last wishes, Sam uncovers a startling secret that turns his entire world upside down: He has a 30-year-old sister Frankie whom he never knew about (Elizabeth Banks). As their relationship develops, Sam is forced to rethink everything he thought he knew about this family - and re-examine his own life choices in the process.
In a story inspired by true events, Sam, a twenty-something, fast-talking salesman, is tasked with fulfilling his estranged fathers last wishes delivering an inheritance to a sister he never knew he had.
In a story inspired by true events, Sam, a twenty-something, fast-talking salesman, is tasked with fulfilling his estranged fathers last wishes, delivering an inheritance to a sister he never knew he had.
In this deleted scene, the elite Belles dance team add an extra layer of controversy to the social hierarchy at Austin's Anderson High School.
In this deleted interview clip, gnome saleswoman Pat Gulden recalls some of her clientele.
In this deleted interview clip, society writer David Patrick Columbia talks about the divide between the rich and the super-rich.
In this deleted interview clip, plumber Bill Bear complains about upper-middle-class entitlement.
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