White Van Man - Series 2 DVD

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White Van Man is the hilarious BBC comedy series about a reluctant handyman just trying to get through his working day in one piece. Ollie (Will Mellor) is a painter and decorator with big dreams. Unfortunately, his layabout assistant Darren (Joel Fry) and old-school dad Tony (Clive Mantle) seem to be trying to make sure those dreams are never realised. When he’s not clearing up their mess or chasing after the gorgeous but demanding Emma (Georgia Moffett), Ollie has to deal with belligerent traffic wardens, burglars trying to sell him his own stuff, clients that refuse... to pay him and others who want to kill him. Plus his best friend, Liz (Naomi Bentley) seems to have her own reasons for keeping him in his place. Life’s never easy for a Man with a Van. [show more]

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Released
02 April 2012
Directors
 
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
ITV Studios Home Entertainment 
Classification
Runtime
171 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5037115351333 
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All episodes from the second series of the British sitcom following Ollie (Will Mellor) as he puts off his dream of running a restaurant to take over his sick father's handyman business. He is assisted by lazy employee Darren (Joel Fry) and adored by Darren's sister, hardware shop worker Liz (Naomi Bentley). Meanwhile, Ollie's former crush, Emma (Georgia Moffett), who he met in catering school, is in town and trying to start up her own restaurant. Episodes comprise: 'Generosity', 'Love and Revenge', 'The Break Up', 'Cupboard', 'Pride' and 'Crime and Punishment'.