The Days Inbetween

Synopsis: Four Londoners whose lives have come to a standstill.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
66 min


(pop music)

[announcer] And we're back on the air in

5, 4, 3, 2...

And we are back with London Talk

and everyone's favorite subject which is

of course the The Cheap Strike.

Next is Valerie.

Hey, I'd like to talk about

the tube engineering works.

Every weekend most of the tube lines

are partly closed and

that's really annoying.

Well around 4 million

people use the tube

every single day and the system wasn't

designed for that many people.

Naturally, they need to close parts of it

in order to extend the

platforms for larger trains.

Why can't we just close

the tube for a whole month?

You want to close the tube for a month?

Yeah, and they can complete all the work

and the pain is over.

I think it'll take a little bit longer

to sort out their problems than that.

How will everyone get to work

if the Cheap shut down?

They can take a bus.

So if I lived in zone 6,

you'd expect me to spend

4 hours on a journey into central London?

You just simply move

closer to your work place.

I think you should move somewhere

where you can't listen

to this radio station.

That's all we've got time for today,

I'm Jessica Winters and this has been

London Talk, a safe

journey home for everybody.

(pop music)

We should consider making

the tube a regular subject.

Maybe every Monday.

I don't know.

Is it just me, or are the callers

complaining more than usual?

Well it's a little

bit daft at the moment.

It happens.

I'd just like some proper discussion.

I suppose a proper opinion's too much

to ask for on a Monday morning.

You alright?


What's tomorrow?

The fourth investor aboard

is adjusting becoming the Mayor of London.

Oh great!

I'm so looking forward to that!

Don't forget the

interview tomorrow at 10:30.

Sure, that'll be fun.

See you tomorrow.

See you.

Hey, Pete.

Well hello, Ms. Winters.

Nice show today.

Thanks. Lift broken again?

Yeah, they're waiting

on replacement parts.


I always take my break

when your show's on.

I've got an interesting fact

for you about the tube.

There are barely any fatal accidents,

maybe one a year,

but there are about 50 people

commit suicide on the tube each year.

That's what your callers

should be talking about.

Far more important than

them being late for work, isn't it?

True. You should call in one day.

Nah, I prefer to listen

to you, Ms. Winters.

Thanks, Pete.

Have a good day.

You as well.

You won't believe me,

I do something quite unusual.

Go on.

I test airplane food.

(laughs) That sounds like an awful job.

Don't think I've ever

had good food on a plane.

Well the food's usually rubbish,

but the thing is I actually

get to test the food on the plane.


Oh yeah, I spend most

time of the year on planes,

usually long distance flights which

basically means I eat a lot.

Well you don't look like you do.

Oh, thanks.

I assume you get to

see a lot of countries.

Mostly airports.

I only have a day or so between flights,

but it's usually enough to get an

impression of the different countries.

That sounds like a

really interesting job.

Doesn't it?

I always say to myself,

"Chrissy, you are the

luckiest person in the world."

Chrissy... I thought you

said your name was Sarah.

Oh, Chrissy's my second name.

Christine, Sarah-Christine.

Well listen Sarah slash Christine,

it was nice meeting you.

(jingle music)

Hi there!


Thank you.

Okay great, that's in screen 2.

Enjoy your film.


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