Sitcom in which a homeless man and a wheelchair-user strike up an unlikely friendship after a chance meeting. Sheldon needs a bed for the night and Paul is able to oblige. A neighbor offers...
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A series set in the fictional village of Pontyberry in the South Wales Valleys centered on the lives of a single mother in her forties, who earns a living doing the locals' ironing, and her family and friends.
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Sitcom in which a homeless man and a wheelchair-user strike up an unlikely friendship after a chance meeting. Sheldon needs a bed for the night and Paul is able to oblige. A neighbor offers Paul a bet, with Sheldon the unwilling victim. Against all the odds, their friendship survives the night. Written by
This program was so funny, mainly because of the fact that it did not focus on the disability of the cast members but on relationships. All of the cast were amazing. Special mention to Alan Martin as Graham in his first ever TV role. Mark Benton is just such a funny man and he played the down-and-out to perfection. Ruth Jones, as usual, played a brilliant part. Paul Henshall was very believable as a guy with no friends and Kevin Davies is an actor to look out for in the future - he has great delivery and comedy skills. The potential for the program is really exciting and I hope to see a lot of development of the characters and the interaction between them. I can't wait for the series next year!
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