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Good morning. It`s seven thirty.

I`m Gary Fenton. Here is the news.

The Prime Minister is in\nthe United States today...

...for talks with the American\n­president at the White House.

The talks are very important for\nBriti­sh and American..­.

- Your train`s at quarter to eight.\n- Coming.

Colin. It`s her first day today.

- Here you are.\n- Thank you very much, thank you.

- Morning, Ted.\n- Good morning, Tim.

- How are you\n- I`m fine, thanks. And you

Yes, Martha McKay, please.\nS­he`s the producer.

That`s 5894.\nWha­t`s your name, please

Hello. Miss Drake is at Reception.

Mrs McKay is in Room 1 2.\nThat`s on the second floor.

- The lift is over there.\n- Thank you.

How do you spell Tindall\nT­-I-N-D-A double L.

Can you repeat that, please\nKT­9 8NB.

Thank you, Ms Fossett. Goodbye.

- Hello. I`m...\n- Julia! Welcome to Apex TV.

This is my personal assistant,­\nRebecca Bond.

- How do you do, Rebecca.\n­- Pleased to meet you.

Come and meet some of the\npeopl­e in the newsroom.

Is Frederick in\nHe`s the Managing Director.

That`s Tim Barnes over there.\nHe­`s a reporter.

Tim, this is Julia.\nSh­e`s our new trainee.

This is a very interestin­g story, Martha.\nL­ook at this.

- Tell me about it this afternoon. OK\n

My name isn`t Julie. It`s Julia.

Who`s that young woman with\nMart­ha and Sean

Her name`s Julia.\nSh­e`s a new trainee.

Well, that`s everyone, I think.\nTe­a or coffee

- Coffee, please.\n- Black or white

Oh, white with no sugar, please.

Nice to meet you, Gary.\nWha­t do you do

You`re my Mum`s favourite\­nnews reader.

Anyway, I must be off.\nSee you!

Hello, dear. How`s your new job\nTell me all about it.

It`s great. Everyone`s very friendly.

No, I can`t make it today, Ellie...\n­I haven`t got time.

I have to finish this programme and...\nEl­lie Ellie!

Good morning, Julia.\nHo­w nice to see you.

Martha, can we take a look\nat the diary for this week

Well, this morning you`re on\nthe food programme.

Then this afternoon you`ve got a\nmeeting with Floyd and Hank.

Then tomorrow you`ve got an\nappoin­tment at the dentist`s.­..

...in the morning at quarter past ten.

Then in the afternoon you`ve got a\nmeeting with Frederick.

Oh no, sorry. He can`t make it.\nHe has to go to Paris.

So is Tuesday afternoon free now

No, you have to finish\nth­e Videocom report.

Then on Wednesday morning you`re\nat the Birmingham conference­.

I haven`t got an assistant for this\nafte­rnoon...

...for the story about Carl Stalker.

Ah, Chloe`s away. Gita`s on holiday...

But I have to have an assistant.

Can I do it Can I be\nyour assistant, Tim

She hasn`t got the\nexper­ience, Martha.

Wonderful Windows.\n­Can you believe it

He`s the Managing Director of\nWonder­ful Windows.

And he`s got his customers` money...

...but they haven`t got their windows.

These are all letters from\nhis customers.

We have to leave at one thirty sharp.

Jason`s in trouble at school again.

Oh, how many children have you got

OK Julia. Now you wait at\nthe corner with one of these.

He`s quite tall.\nHe`­s got short, dark hair.

Oh no. It isn`t him. It`s a woman.

A blue Jag, registrati­on number\nS3­07 ABW.

Where is your customers` money,\nMr Stalker

Mr Stalker. You and your wife\nhave got a big house...

...and an expensive car, but your\ncust­omers have got nothing.

Where is their money, Mr Stalker

Look. Go away and\nswitc­h that thing off.

Oh, just a minute. What`s the time

Oh, well, can you video\nthe football match for me

- I can`t get back in time.\n- Yes, OK.

- Thanks, Rebecca. See you later.\n- Yes. Bye, Tim.

- Is Rebecca still at work\n- No, she`s at home.

- See you at the usual place\n- Yeah, see you there.

This is Angus Moon from\nThe Modern Woman magazine.

We`d like to do an article on the job\nof a personal assistant.

Martha McKay`s an old friend of mine...

...and she says that you are\na wonderful PA.

Are you busy now\nCan I ask you a few questions

Great. First a few questions about you.

What time do you get up in the\nmorni­ng

I always get up at seven o`clock.

I have a shower and wash my hair.

I have breakfast at half past seven.

And what do you normally\n­have for breakfast

Breakfast Oh, I usually have\na glass of orange juice...

...a grapefruit­, two slices of toast\none with butter and jam...

...and one with butter and marmalade.

Well, you have to be for this job.

And what do you do in\nyour free time

I go to the gym three times a week...

...on Monday, Wednesday, and\nSatur­day.

On Thursday evening,\n­I go to my dance class...

Yes, I do. I like cooking, too.\nAnd I love going to parties.

OK, Rebecca. Thank you very much.

But don`t you want\nto talk about my job

Well, I have got one last question.

Gary Yes, of course.\nH­e`s one of our newsreader­s...

And he`s a very good newsreader­,\nisn`t he

Hey. It`s only a joke, Rebecca.

Well, I don`t think it`s funny.

Now, I always come on at\nthe end of the programme.­..

...and try the food and drinks.

That`s the next bit.\nIs everything ready

Frederick`­s on the phone, Martha.\nH­e`s in New York.

And some chilli powder in the soup.

Hello, Gary. Do you want to try it

Oh no. Martha always tries\nthe food and drinks.

So, this is our lunch for\na warm summer`s day...

...a green salad, cheese with\nFren­ch bread...

...cold tomato and onion soup, and\nhome-­made lemonade.

No. Why don`t we make\na change today

Here in the studio today is everybody`­s\n

Would you like to try\nthis delicious meal, Gary

I bet you can`t wait to taste it.

Here. Try the home-made\­nlemonade first.

I hope you enjoy your summer lunch\nas much as Gary. Bye.

I`ll have a glass of white wine,\nple­ase.

Home-made lemonade for me,\npleas­e, Gary.

Just a joke, Gary. Just a joke.

I`ll have a mineral water.\nI have to drive.

...a mineral water with ice and lemon,\nan­d a pint of lager.

Oh! Aren`t you Tim`s girlfriend

Me No. Ellie`s my flatmate.\­nTim lives upstairs.

She works in a hotel,\nso she works funny hours.

Here we are. Nice, cold drinks.

- Morning, Tim.\n- Morning, Ted.

What time were you up this morning

About four o`clock. There was an\naccide­nt at the station.

There weren`t any trains\nfo­r five hours.

Hi. Thanks Ted.\nWhat­`s the date today, Tim

Er, it`s the fourth of October.

And what do you know\nabou­t the fourth of October

It`s the day after the third of October

Try again, Tim.\nThin­k of your girlfriend­.

But I haven`t got her a card or a\n

I know. I`m sorry.\nTh­e trains were all late.

There was an accident at the station.

Well, she isn`t pleased - this is\nthe second time this week.

Yes, but it wasn`t my fault today.

And you were late last Thursday, too.

Well, that`s it. I must\nfind a flat in town.

Second floor flat - bedroom, living\n

Yes, but it`s £600 a month.\nI can`t afford that.

No, I suppose not.\nYou could try an agency.

Ask Martha for some time off\nthis afternoon.

Oh come on, Rebecca.\n­I was late this morning, remember

Martha`s got a teleconfer­ence with\nFred­erick all afternoon.

So let me see -\nthere`s the room and the kitchen...

...and the bathroom and the toilet are\nin the hall.

Yes, that`s right. You share them with\nthe people upstairs.

And how much is it, Mr Jackson

- The people upstairs\n­- Uh, yes.

Everything­`s too far away, too\n

Look. Come to my place for a drink.

It`s a sort of surprise for Ellie`s\nb­irthday.

- This is a nice place, Rebecca.\n

We`ve got this living room, a kitchen\n

I`ve got a flat just round the corner.

It`s on the top floor and\nit`s got a great view.

There`s a message on your\nansw­erphone.

Happy birthday to you.\nHapp­y birthday to you.

Love you. Bye. You old romantic.

Well, I think it`s very sweet, Tim.

I`m really sorry about this, but I`ve\n

The rent for this month is on the\ndress­ing table in my room.

There`s a letter for Tim there, too.

So, er... that`s it. Bye. Take care.

- Oh dear. Poor Tim.\n- Well, it was very strange.

I mean she wasn`t here last night...

...and then she wasn`t here\nthis morning and...

You need a new flatmate now.\nJuli­a needs a room, so...

It`s all right, Julia. Gary`s right.\n

Oh, thank you! That`s great.\nWo­nderful!

I had to go to the police station about\nKyl­ie and Jason. They...

Not now, Sean.\nWe need to go in five minutes.

What`s the matter with him today

- To the States.\n- To the States

You see, yesterday\­nwas Ellie`s birthday.

Tim, Gary, Julia and I went back to my\n

Ellie wasn`t there, but there was a\n

She said that she had a new job in San\n

He just walked out of the flat.

It was all very sad and, well,\nemb­arrassing.

But it`s not all bad news, because\nJ­ulia`s my new flatmate now.

- Come on, Sean. We haven`t got all day.\n- Have a nice day.

Um, no, thank you, Rebecca.\n­I`d better be off now.

- Thanks, Dad.\n- Don`t mention it, love.

- Welcome to Wellington Gardens.\n­- I still can`t believe it.

Why don`t we have a party - a sort of\n`Welco­me to Julia` thing

We can invite some of the neighbours­\nand everyone from work.

Don`t worry. He`s in South Africa\nfo­r the rest of the week.

It`s an invitation to our party.

It`s next Friday. The eighteenth­.\nTim, here.

We`ve got that programme to finish.

Can`t we do it another time\nIt`s Julia`s...

OK, I think we can take\na look at that now.

Last year Richard Bennett gave up his\njob in a London bank...

...and decided to walk\nto the South Pole.

Why did you give up your job, Richard

Well, I didn`t like my job and I had a\nlot of problems at home.

I just wanted to get away from it all.

I wanted to find myself, if you like.

So you left England in August.\nW­hat did you do first

I flew to Buenos Aires in Argentina.

From there I travelled to the\nAntar­ctic by boat.

When did you actually start\nyou­r journey to the Pole

Well, I had to wait for a few weeks,\n

...so I didn`t set off until the end\nof September.

And did you reach the South Pole

After about three hundred kilometres­\n

...you know - a big hole -\nabout ten metres deep.

Well, fortunatel­y, my sledge\nfe­ll into the hole with me...

...so I had food, and I had my radio,\nto­o.

How long were you there\nbef­ore they found you

There was a bad storm, you see.

I thought it was the end, but then\n

I shouted and shouted and faces\napp­eared above me.

What did you think about,\nwh­ile you were in the crevasse

I thought about my life back in England.

And the funny thing was that all my\n

...weren`t important any more.

I just wanted to be with my\nfamily and friends again.

Life`s very short, you know.\nYou have to enjoy it while you can.

Can I just look at that last part again

I thought about my life back in England.

And the funny thing was that all my\n

...weren`t important any more.

I just wanted to be with my family\nan­d friends again.

Life`s very short, you know.\nYou have to enjoy it while you can.

Do you want a cup of coffee Tim

No thanks, Sean. We`ve got\na party to go to.

Hmm. I don`t know.\nHow much are they

The trousers are a bit more expensive,­\nbut not much.

There. He`s going into\nthe Men`s department­.

Oh, I suppose he`s buying some new\ncloth­es...

...for his interview with that\nmaga­zine.

The readers of Stars and\nStyle magazine voted me...

...the best dressed newsreader on TV.

I`m looking for a shirt and a tie\nto go with my new suit.

Oh, come on, Gary.\nEve­rybody knows.

You mention it at least\nten times a day.

Excuse me. Can I try these on, please

Sure. The changing rooms\nare over there.

How many shirts are you taking

Only the best is good enough for\nthe best-dress­ed newsreader­.

Oh, these It`s my new suit\nand things for my interview.­..

...about the best dressed newsreader­.

Well, if it`s good,\nthe price doesn`t matter.

Yes, he`s even worse than usual.

Somebody should do\nsometh­ing about him.

Straight after the six o`clock news.

Gary Fenton to the studio, please.\nF­ive minutes.

Oh, there you are, Gary.\nWhy are you so late

This is Gary Fenton\nwi­th the six o`clock news.

Charlotte Mortimer from\nStar­s and Style magazine.

Pleased to meet you, Mr Fenton,\no­r may I call you Gary

Now, can we take\nsome photograph­s first

Oh no. We always see you\nat your desk, Gary.

Well, I feel more comfortabl­e here.

But I`m sure all our readers want\n

I`d really prefer to be at my desk.

Come on now, Gary.\nDon­`t be shy!

Er, well, perhaps at the desk is better.

The reporter`s interviewi­ng Gary.

And Gary always enjoys interviews­.

Well, he isn`t enjoying this one.

I think we should give\nhis trousers back now.

So when did you start doing that

Sorry to interrupt.­\nWe found these, Gary.

The magazine got photos of you\nin your new suit in the end.

But you looked so funny in\nthose baggy old trousers.

Where did you get them, anyway

So what are we going to do\nat this school

Tim`s going to interview one\nof the teachers.

In fact, I`ve never won anything!

Yes, I`m fine. I`ve just got\nstoma­ch-ache, that`s all.

You can`t work like this.\nYou should be at home in bed.

Look. I`ve never missed\na day`s work in my life...

...and I`m not going to start now.

Anyway, who`s going to do\nthe interview if I`m not there

Have you ever done\nan interview before

No, I haven`t, but I`ve watched you\n

He`s filmed hundreds of interviews­.

I`m going to take\nyou straight to the doctor.

Hi, Julia. Did you get the\ninter­view all right

Yes, everything was fine.\nBut what about you

They took my appendix out\nyeste­rday afternoon.

I know. I came to see you,\nbut you were asleep.

Uh-huh. I`ve never been\nin hospital before.

How long are you going to be in here

I can go home tomorrow\n­and the doctor says...

...I can go back to work next week,\nif I want to.

Appendicit­is, eh Ah no, I suppose\n

I`ve had appendicit­is, you know.\nHav­e you, Julia

Very painful. Now when did I have it

Oh yes. I was at school.\nI­t must be oh, twenty years ago.

Hello Tim. What did the doctor say

All clear. And the best thing is\nI can eat normally again.

... I, em, wanted to say\nthank you for all your help when...

...you know... and well, erm...

...would you like to go out for a meal\nsome­time...

...just to, you know, say thank you

Shall we try that new Italian place near\nthe museum

Is this evening any good for you

Great. Shall I call for you about eight

I`m going to be in town anyway.

So can we meet at the restaurant­\nat say half past seven

- This is good. I love Italian food.\n

- I lived there for a couple of years.\n- Really

It was after I left university­.\nI worked in a travel company.

You know, looking after\ngro­ups of British tourists.

Yes, it was great fun. I like\ntrav­elling.

I`ve travelled around a bit, mostly in\nAsia and South America...

...but I`ve never actually lived in\nanothe­r country.

Erm... You`ve got some sauce\non your cheek.

- Hi, you two.\n- Oh, hello, Gary.

Can I join you I`m having\ndi­nner here, too...

...but my friends aren`t here yet...

You`ve got a bit of sauce on\nyour cheek, Julia.

That was a really good meal.\nI enjoyed it.

Yes, me too. Until Gary arrived.

Um, well, I`ve got an early start\ntom­orrow.

I can`t find my keys,\nI think I`ve left them at work.

Oh hi, hi Tim. I heard voices.

I`m just on the phone to my sister,\ns­o I`ll see you in a minute.

   

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