People Like Us: Season 1 (1999)
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People Like Us: Season 1 (1999)

TV-14 6 Episodes
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TV-14
  29 minutes
Roy Mallard travels to Nottingham to spend a day with Peter Wilson, Managing Director of Zenotech, a company fighting to keep afloat in the stimulating environment of Surface Mount Technology. In other words, it manufactures Thick Film Hybrids for the computer industry.
 
TV-14
  28 minutes
Roy Mallard spends a day with Levick's Estate Agent, a small family firm in Lewes, Sussex. Founded in-between the wars, Levick's is an established family business. Roy talks to Nick Levick, who has run the office for the last three years. He also meets sales negotiator Madeline Goddard, who has developed a reputation as an agile and subtle negotiator and wins Roy over with a few tricks of the trade. Roy also gets an insight into viewings and valuations.
 
TV-14
  29 minutes
Roy follows PC David Knight as he prepares for a 12-hour day on duty. Roy also meets Inspector Mike, who believes technology is no substitute for having a good nose on the job, and Chief Inspector Carpenter, who explains the importance of earning respect in the force, but his dodgy hairdo prevents him from gaining Roy's respect. But Roy gets more than he bargained for when he accompanies PC Knight out on the beat in Northampton.
 
TV-14
  27 minutes
Roy Mallard goes on an emotional rollercoaster when he visits Broadbent and Broadbent, a small firm of solicitors specializing in matrimonial cases where it's not only coffee that gets spilt in the office. Broadbent and Broadbent is located in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, and run by husband-and-wife partnership, Graham and Nicola. While Graham explains the intricacies of matrimony and personal injury, Nicola demonstrates how not to run a solicitors office.
 
TV-14
  29 minutes
Roy is in Winchester to discover the artistic genius behind the work of photographer Will Rushmore. According to Will, he gave up a safe job in town-planning to follow his lifelong ambition to be a top photographer. According to his lodger Emma, a young art student with whom he appears to have a more than the usual landlord/tenant relationship, Will was not content to settle for the predictable job/family/mortgage. According to his ex-wife Ros, he is a sad loser who was fired from the council.
 
TV-14
  29 minutes
Roy Mallard goes back to school to find out about life along the corridors and in the classrooms of King Edward VII Comprehensive School in Ashford, Kent. Part of head teacher Stuart Simmons' duties today include staff meetings and giving the schoolchildren the week's buzzword: intercourse. Roy also becomes embroiled in the race to recruit a new head of humanities, in which knowledge of volleyball seems to be a key asset.
Roy Mallard is a well-meaning but inept reporter, who travels around middle England, attempting to put together revealing documentaries centering around a different profession each week. Whether he is trailing a police officer during a bomb disposal opera… View More
Genres Comedy
Director John Morton, Willy Smax
Starring Chris Langham View More
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Movie Summary

Roy Mallard is a well-meaning but inept reporter, who travels around middle England, attempting to put together revealing documentaries centering around a different profession each week. Whether he is trailing a police officer during a bomb disposal operation or interviewing couples undergoing divorce proceedings on a County Court matrimonial day, Roy is a man constantly trying to keep chaos at bay, whilst at the same time undertaking to produce a lucid program on his given topic.
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Movie Details

Genres Comedy
Director John Morton, Willy Smax
Starring Chris Langham
Studio Name BBC Worldwide Americas
Release Date 1999
VUDU Release Date 04/18/2012
Rating TV-14 About Ratings
Episodes 6 episodes

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