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Borderline. Image shows from L to R: Clive Hassler (David Elms), Grant Brodie (Jamie Michie), Linda Proctor (Jackie Clune), Andy Church (Liz Kingsman), Tariq Mansoor (David Avery). Copyright: Little Rock


  • TV sitcom
  • Channel 5
  • 2016 - 2017
  • 12 episodes (2 series)

Improvised mockumentary about the border guards working in an airport. Stars Jackie Clune, David Avery, Liz Kingsman, David Elms, Jamie Michie and more.


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Series 2, Episode 1 - New Terminal

Proctor discovers that rumours of a royal visit to perform the opening ceremony for the new terminal have been greatly exaggerated. Tariq's vaping upsets the new sniffer dog, and Clive's mislaid gun creates a crisis.

Broadcast details

Thursday 26th October 2017
Channel 5
30 minutes

Cast & crew

Jackie Clune Linda Proctor
David Avery Tariq Mansoor
Liz Kingsman Andy Church
David Elms Clive Hassler
Jamie Michie Grant Brodie
Guz Khan Mo Khan
Sunil Patel Sujan Stevens
Ralf Little Narrator
Guest cast
Kris Marshall Baron
Rubie-Rose Fearfield Little Girl
Writing team
Jack Docherty Writer
David Avery Writer (Additional Material)
Jackie Clune Writer (Additional Material)
David Elms Writer (Additional Material)
Guz Khan Writer (Additional Material)
Liz Kingsman Writer (Additional Material)
Ralf Little Writer (Additional Material)
Jamie Michie Writer (Additional Material)
Sunil Patel Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Fraser MacDonald Director
Zoƫ Rocha Producer
Ralf Little Executive Producer
Sarah Doole Executive Producer
Chris Gau Executive Producer
Michael Orton-Toliver Executive Producer
Jack Docherty Executive Producer
Amanda Spencer Co-producer
Amer Iqbal Editor
Jonathan Paul Green Production Designer
Alice Purser Casting Director
Andrew Rodger Director of Photography
Lucia Santa-Maria Costume Designer
Velina Iankova Make-up Designer
Vlad Berkhemer Composer
Peter Griffiths 1st Assistant Director


The mockumentary set in "Northend Airport" returns. Once again, we find border control officer Proctor (Jackie Clune) and co muddling through in a generally incompetent manner. Things brighten up in the first of this double bill when Kris Marshall makes an appearance as a minor royal who likes "duty free - although of course I never pay tax on anything", but otherwise the laughs are thinly distributed.

Jonathan Wright, The Guardian, 26th October 2017

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