Trevor's World Of Sport. Image shows from L to R: Trevor Heslop (Neil Pearson), Sammy Dobbs (Paul Reynolds). Copyright: Hat Trick Productions
Trevor's World Of Sport

Trevor's World Of Sport

  • TV sitcom
  • BBC One
  • 2003
  • 7 episodes (1 series)

Sitcom set in the slightly-murky but mostly-pathetic world of sport PR, at personal management and public relations agency TS Sport Stars. Stars Neil Pearson, Paul Reynolds, Abdul Salis, Cosima Shaw, Michael Fenton Stevens and more.

Trevor's World Of Sport

From Andy Hamilton, writer of Drop The Dead Donkey, Bedtime and Outnumbered, comes the very human and very funny comedy series Trevor's World Of Sport.

Set in the cut-throat world of sports agents, Neil Pearson is Trevor, decent, honest and desperately struggling to stay afloat in the shark-infested waters of the business, with one of the most ruthless sharks being Trevor's best friend and business partner Sammy (Paul Reynolds).

The hard-working duo are supported by their well-meaning staff: Theresa, an extremely religious personal assistant, Heidrun, their razor-sharp German receptionist, and Barry, their too-sweet-natured office assistant.

In a world that seems to be falling apart around him - his marriage on the rocks, an attempted buyout of the company, a new-hire with ulterior motives - Trevor is struggling to maintain his integrity, his equilibrium and his temper - none of them with much success. And then there are his recurring nightmares...

Starring Neil Pearson, Paul Reynolds, Abdul Salis, Cosima Shaw, Michael Fenton Stevens, Claire Skinner and Rosalind Ayres.

First released: Monday 6th May 2013

Extra features

  • Distributor: Acorn Media
  • Region: 2
  • Discs: 1
  • Minutes: 200
  • Subtitles: English
  • Catalogue: AV3064

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