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Minimum Wages

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1/5. Some Kind of Normal. When Marilyn is thrown out of her marital home and goes to work for the first time in 30 years, she discovers the minimum wage doesn't sustain even modest living expenses. Rescue comes in the form of a cash-in-hand job and an unexpected friendship. The first in a series of dramas exploring the consquences of life on the minimum wage is by Katie Hims. Producer Paul Dodgson Repeated from 10.45am

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Unknown: Katie Hims.
Producer: Paul Dodgson

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