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  • Good morning. It`s seven thirty.

  • I`m Gary Fenton. Here is the news.

  • The Prime Minister is in the United States today...

  • ...for talks with the American president at the White House.

  • The talks are very important for British and American...

  • Look at the time! Julia!

  • It`s half past seven.

  • - Your train`s at quarter to eight. - Coming.

  • Is this OK

  • Lovely, dear. Well, good luck.

  • Thanks, Mum. Bye, Dad.

  • Bye, love.

  • Colin. It`s her first day today.

  • What Oh yes.

  • Thanks, Dad. Bye.

  • That`s £4.50, please.

  • - Here you are. - Thank you very much, thank you.

  • OK, bye. Bye.

  • - Excuse me. - Sorry.

  • - Morning, Ted. - Good morning, Tim.

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

  • Good morning. Can I help you

  • Yes, Martha McKay, please. She`s the producer.

  • That`s 5894. What`s your name, please

  • Julia Drake.

  • Hello. Miss Drake is at Reception.

  • Yes, all right.

  • Mrs McKay is in Room 1 2. That`s on the second floor.

  • - The lift is over there. - Thank you.

  • And what`s your address

  • 94 Tindall Street.

  • How do you spell Tindall T-I-N-D-A double L.

  • Thank you. And your postcode

  • Can you repeat that, please KT9 8NB.

  • And your telephone number

  • 01 372 89531 .

  • Thank you, Ms Fossett. Goodbye.

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

  • Come in. No, don`t come in.

  • This is my personal assistant, Rebecca Bond.

  • - How do you do, Rebecca. - Pleased to meet you.

  • Come and meet some of the people in the newsroom.

  • Is Frederick in He`s the Managing Director.

  • No. He`s in London.

  • Oh, I see. Right. Well.

  • Come on then, Julia.

  • That`s Tim Barnes over there. He`s a reporter.

  • Tim, this is Julia. She`s our new trainee.

  • - Hi. - Hi.

  • This is a very interesting story, Martha. Look at this.

  • - Tell me about it this afternoon. OK - Sure. See you around, Julie.

  • Julia.

  • Sorry

  • My name isn`t Julie. It`s Julia.

  • Oh, right.

  • And address has got two D`s.

  • What

  • Address is A, double D.

  • Right. Thank you.

  • Don`t mention it.

  • Who`s that young woman with Martha and Sean

  • Her name`s Julia. She`s a new trainee.

  • Mmm. She`s very pretty.

  • Well, that`s everyone, I think. Tea or coffee

  • - Coffee, please. - Black or white

  • Oh, white with no sugar, please.

  • Hello. You`re Julia, aren`t you

  • Yes, and...

  • Pleased to meet you. I`m Gary.

  • Nice to meet you, Gary. What do you do

  • I`m a newsreader.

  • Oh yes! You`re Gary Fenton.

  • You`re my Mum`s favourite news reader.

  • Here you are.

  • Hello, Gary. This is Julia.

  • Er, yes, I know.

  • Anyway, I must be off. See you!

  • He`s very nice.

  • Yes.

  • Hi. I`m home.

  • Hello, dear. How`s your new job Tell me all about it.

  • It`s great. Everyone`s very friendly.

  • Well, almost everyone.

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

  • I have to finish this programme and... Ellie Ellie!

  • Hi, Tim.

  • Good morning, Julia. How nice to see you.

  • Martha, can we take a look at the diary for this week

  • Now Oh, yes, all right.

  • Well, this morning you`re on the food programme.

  • Then this afternoon you`ve got a meeting with Floyd and Hank.

  • That`s at quarter to two.

  • Then tomorrow you`ve got an appointment at the dentist`s...

  • ...in the morning at quarter past ten.

  • Marvellous!

  • Then in the afternoon you`ve got a meeting with Frederick.

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

  • So is Tuesday afternoon free now

  • No, you have to finish the Videocom report.

  • Oh, hi, Julia.

  • Then on Wednesday morning you`re at the Birmingham conference.

  • - Martha. Can I have a word

  • - Yes, Tim. What is it

  • I haven`t got an assistant for this afternoon...

  • ...for the story about Carl Stalker.

  • You know, the windows guy.

  • Oh yes. Well who have we got

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

  • ...and everybody else is busy.

  • But I have to have an assistant.

  • Can I do it Can I be your assistant, Tim

  • That`s an idea.

  • She hasn`t got the experience, Martha.

  • She has to learn.

  • And there`s nobody else.

  • OK.

  • See you later.

  • So what`s this job about

  • "Wonderful Windows. Can you believe it

  • "New windows for just £500."

  • And who`s this guy Walker

  • Stalker. Carl Stalker.

  • He`s the Managing Director of Wonderful Windows.

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

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

  • These are all letters from his customers.

  • We have to leave at one thirty sharp.

  • Jason`s in trouble at school again.

  • Who`s Jason

  • He`s my son.

  • Oh, how many children have you got

  • Two - a son and a daughter.

  • What`s your daughter`s name

  • Kylie. She`s 1 3. Jason`s 1 6.

  • My wife Sharon...

  • OK Julia. Now you wait at the corner with one of these.

  • Stalker`s got a blue Jaguar.

  • What does he look like

  • He`s quite tall. He`s got short, dark hair.

  • When you see him, call me.

  • Tim. Tim. Here he is.

  • A blue Jaguar and...

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

  • And it isn`t a Jaguar. Sorry.

  • Wait. Yes. He`s here.

  • A blue Jag, registration number S307 ABW.

  • Great. OK. Get ready, Sean.

  • Mr Stalker. I`m from Apex TV.

  • Can I ask you some questions

  • What the... No, you can`t.

  • Where is your customers` money, Mr Stalker

  • I`ve got nothing to say.

  • Mr Stalker. You and your wife have got a big house...

  • ...and an expensive car, but your customers have got nothing.

  • Where is their money, Mr Stalker

  • Look. Go away and switch that thing off.

  • Where`s the money, Mr Stalker

  • Clear off!

  • Are you all right, Sean

  • Great. We`ve got him now.

  • How about a drink

  • Oh, just a minute. What`s the time

  • It`s half past seven.

  • Excuse me.

  • If that`s Tim, I`m not here.

  • Hello

  • Hi, Rebecca. It`s Tim.

  • Hi Tim. Er, Ellie`s not here.

  • Oh, well, can you video the football match for me

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

  • - Thanks, Rebecca. See you later. - Yes. Bye, Tim.

  • Ellie!

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

  • Oh, are you and Rebecca...

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

  • Sorry. Are Rebecca and I...

  • Oh, nothing. Let`s go.

  • Rebecca Bond speaking.

  • Good morning.

  • This is Angus Moon from The Modern Woman magazine.

  • We`d like to do an article on the job of a personal assistant.

  • Uh huh.

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

  • ...and she says that you are a wonderful PA.

  • Are you busy now Can I ask you a few questions

  • Well, yes, of course.

  • Great. First a few questions about you.

  • What time do you get up in the morning

  • I always get up at seven o`clock.

  • I have a shower and wash my hair.

  • I have breakfast at half past seven.

  • Then I get dressed.

  • And what do you normally have for breakfast

  • Breakfast Oh, I usually have a glass of orange juice...

  • ...a grapefruit, two slices of toast one with butter and jam...

  • ...and one with butter and marmalade.

  • And two cups of coffee.

  • You`re very organized.

  • Well, you have to be for this job.

  • And what do you do in your free time

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

  • ...on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday.

  • On Thursday evening, I go to my dance class...

  • Oh, do you like dancing

  • Yes, I do. I like cooking, too. And I love going to parties.

  • OK, Rebecca. Thank you very much.

  • But don`t you want to talk about my job

  • Well, I have got one last question.

  • Um, do you know Gary Fenton

  • Gary Yes, of course. He`s one of our newsreaders...

  • And he`s a very good newsreader, isn`t he

  • Gary! You...

  • Hey. It`s only a joke, Rebecca.

  • Well, I don`t think it`s funny.

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

  • ...and try the food and drinks.

  • That`s the next bit. Is everything ready

  • I think so.

  • Frederick`s on the phone, Martha. He`s in New York.

  • OK. Five minutes then, Julia.

  • Five minutes, Neil.

  • Some salt in the lemonade.

  • And some chilli powder in the soup.

  • Hello, Gary. Do you want to try it

  • Oh no. Martha always tries the food and drinks.

  • But, um, can I watch

  • If you want to.

  • Ready, Martha OK.

  • So, this is our lunch for a warm summer`s day...

  • ...a green salad, cheese with French bread...

  • ...cold tomato and onion soup, and home-made lemonade.

  • It`s time to try it.

  • No. Why don`t we make a change today

  • Here in the studio today is everybody`s favourite newsreader, Gary Fenton.

  • Would you like to try this delicious meal, Gary

  • I bet you can`t wait to taste it.

  • Here. Try the home-made lemonade first.

  • Isn`t that wonderful, Gary

  • Very nice.

  • Now, what about this soup

  • A nice cold soup, eh Gary

  • Come on, a big spoonful.

  • Well, that`s it for this week.

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

  • OK. What would you like

  • I`ll have a glass of white wine, please.

  • Me, too.

  • Home-made lemonade for me, please, Gary.

  • Very funny.

  • Just a joke, Gary. Just a joke.

  • I`ll have a mineral water. I have to drive.

  • - Ice and lemon - Yes please.

  • Oh, I must give Ellie a ring.

  • Two glasses of white wine...

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

  • - Who`s Ellie

  • - Tim`s girlfriend.

  • Oh! Aren`t you Tim`s girlfriend

  • Me No. Ellie`s my flatmate. Tim lives upstairs.

  • Oh, I see. What does she do

  • She works in a hotel, so she works funny hours.

  • Here we are. Nice, cold drinks.

  • No reply.

  • - Morning, Tim. - Morning, Ted.