Birds Of A Feather - The Complete ITV Series 1
After nearly fifteen years off our screens, Chigwell's most famous daughters are finally back together and this time they're all sharing the same nest.
As the series begins, sisters Sharon (Pauline Quirke) and Tracey (Linda Robson) are living separate lives, and Dorien (Lesley Joseph) has seemingly flown off into the sunset to live a jetsetting life as a writer of a racy novel, 'Sixty Shades of Green'.
Meanwhile Tracey's marriage to former robber Darryl petered out years ago and she has since remarried and got divorced again... but she still lives in relative comfort in Essex's legendary Chigwell with pampered teenage son, Travis. She gets by with a telesales job, but times aren't easy and she misses her older son Garth (Matt Willis), who's been living in Australia. Meanwhile Sharon scrapes a minimum wage in 'World of Quid', Essex's leading 'everything's a pound' chain, and is as chippy as ever.
But Sharon misses the comfort of her sister's home and after a chance meeting at Dorien's book signing, their lives collide once more - an impending court case means that Dorien has nowhere to go and moves in, then the nest gets busier still as Garth, Australian partner Marcie and her 10 year old daughter Poppy unexpectedly make the long migration back to Chigwell.
Join three generations of the family again for proof that for Sharon, Tracey and Dorien, Essex really is the only way...
All episodes of the series are included in this DVD set.
First released: Monday 10th March 2014
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