The Afternoon Play: Season 2, Episode 3

Drive (29 Jan. 2004)

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Julie is a 29-year-old temp with a steady boyfriend, but no direction. When she gets a contract at Sunshine Cars, she gets a new lease of life. Suddenly she is competing with the men, ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kaye Wragg ...
Julie Singleton
Jamie Theakston ...
Steve
Jean Alexander ...
Enid
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Ian Parnell
Shaun Prendergast ...
Jerry Parnell (as Shaun Prendegast)
James Bradshaw ...
Eric
Quentin Willson ...
Awards Presenter
Chris Bisson ...
Digger (as Christopher Bisson)
Eugene Holder ...
Marcia
Carli Norris ...
Ellie Parsons
Perveen Hussain ...
Najma
Trevor Cooper ...
Clive
Robert Finan ...
Jonny
John Voce ...
Malcolm
Raymond Llewellyn ...
Arthur (as Ray Llewellyn)
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Julie is a 29-year-old temp with a steady boyfriend, but no direction. When she gets a contract at Sunshine Cars, she gets a new lease of life. Suddenly she is competing with the men, making changes and impressing the boss. But she may have to compromise to reach the top. Written by Anonymous

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Surprisingly uplifting and non-stereotype
27 April 2006 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

I can't help liking this! :-)

It caught me off guard and instead of going to bed I found myself watching the whole episode on BBC Prime. What a sweet, brainy, educated, sane love story this is! I am thrilled and will have to keep an eye out for more stuff from the same crowd.

The TV schedule description says: "Original films offering a contemporary view of modern life. Julie is a temp with no direction. When she gets a contract at Sunshine Cars, she gets a new lease of life, but how many compromises must she make? With Kaye Wragg and Jamie Theakston."

I recommend it, it's very 'real life', with a twist of course (she actually does all these things we only talk/dream/think about). It's about equality and about believing in yourself, but also about appreciating the people you care about and not taking crap from anyone.

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