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Episode #2.4 

It's all change on the corporate merry-go-round and it's down to Head of Values Ian Fletcher to try and steer the BBC ship through increasingly choppy waters.

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John Morton

Writer:

John Morton

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Episode credited cast:
Hugh Bonneville ... Ian Fletcher
Monica Dolan ... Tracey Pritchard
Jessica Hynes ... Siobhan Sharpe
Sarah Parish ... Anna Rampton
Hugh Skinner ... Will Humphries
Nina Sosanya ... Lucy Freeman
Jason Watkins ... Simon Harwood
David Westhead ... Neil Reid
Jonathan Bailey ... Jack Patterson
Ivan Gonzalez Ivan Gonzalez ... Jerry Guildencrantz
Rufus Jones ... David Wilkes
Ophelia Lovibond ... Izzy Gould
Max Olesker Max Olesker ... Ben Rosenstern
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alex Beckett Alex Beckett ... Barney Lumsden
Shelley Conn ... Azia Zamani
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Storyline

Ian chairs another Way Ahead meeting, this time welcoming Lucy in her new role as Head of Inclusivity - or would if the new computer system would let him into the board room, requiring a quick change of venue. Lucy wants to ensure a proportion of gay and black employees in the corporation and, due to daft Siobhan, Asian weather man Sadiq Iqbal becomes a You Tube heart throb, requiring Ian to bring in newsreader Azia Zamani to restore the gender balance. Clueless David asks Izzy for ideas for his useless 'One Big Family' show, since it has nothing beyond a title but, much to Jack's annoyance, Izzy is impressed when Will inadvertently comes up with a winning TV formula for a new cycling-based series. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Release Date:

14 May 2015 (UK) See more »

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Narrator: A new week at the BBC's central nervous centre in central London, but already it hasn't started well for Head of Values, Ian Fletcher. With just a mile left to cover on his journey to work, he's had a puncture in the Marylebone Road. But the advantage of a bike that you can simply fold up and carry is that you can simply fold it up and carry it for the rest of the way.
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