The on-the-field trials and tribulations and the off-the-field lives, loves and infidelities of 'The Castlefield Blues', an under funded, badly managed ladies football team from South ... See full summary »
Re-united after 50+ years apart, Celia and Alan decide to marry. At age 16, Alan's late wife failed to pass on his letter with apology for missing first date and forwarding address. Both now have daughters with lover troubles.
Keith is a recovering alcoholic who regularly attends meetings endangering the recovery of his fellow attendees. Also, his new sobriety brings chaos to his family as he tries to be a better father and husband.
Alice Chenery and Gil Raymond are perfect for each other. They like the same things, respect the same things, and share the same beliefs. The only problem is that they are completely unaware of each other's existence.
Sally Wainwright, the writer/creator, based this series upon her own experiences when she was sharing a house with four other people and working as a bus driver herself. Richard and Robert are based on real life characters, and Robert is based on the man she ended up falling in love with and marrying in real life. See more »
I think the name of this show nearly meant i nearly didn't watch this show, but i'm glad i did! The actors are really good, especially Sarah Smart who is very believable in her portrayal of Jane as a shy and slightly geeky girl. Following her change of lifestyle to become a London bus drive is actually quite funny and dramatic which i think is unusual! Another aspect of this show which i liked was the use of her workplace as well as her home in the storyline. However I think it moved too fast, which means it probably won't have a second season as I'm not sure what story lines could be followed after having Jane marry both Robert and Richard by mistake in the final episode. (?!)
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