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Just Another Day


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with John Pitman
The last of eight films which go behind the scenes of places which are part of the British way of life. Moving
They say that one of the worst things that can happen to ordinary people is moving house.
Today RONALD MILLER , 82, and his wife, ISABEL, 75, are leaving the house in Dollis Hill that has been their home since their wedding day in 1930. GLYNN and CARRIE BOYD-HARTE are moving into a 16-room mansion (with no heating) in London's West End. And in Clacton the PATELS are worried about their temple being damaged in the move. For the removal men, of course, it's no big deal.
There is a lot of huffing and puffing and the odd bit of cussing. But they are caring people. They care about tea-breaks, tips and, of course, their clients. 'We have to be diplomats,' says one man, 'I mean, that's people's lives stuck on the back of our lorries.'
Series researcher PAT HOLLAND Photography JOHN BECK
Film editor GRAHAM DEAN
Series producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF Director NICK HANDEL


Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Ronald Miller
Unknown: Carrie Boyd-Harte
Unknown: Pat Holland
Producer: Edward Mirzoeff
Director: Nick Handel

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