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White Van Man. Image shows from L to R: Ollie (Will Mellor), Liz (Naomi Bentley), Darren (Joel Fry), Emma (Georgia Tennant), Tony (Clive Mantle). Copyright: ITV Studios.

White Van Man

BBC Three sitcom. 12 episodes (2 series), 2011 - 2012. Stars Will Mellor, Joel Fry, Naomi Bentley, Clive Mantle and Georgia Tennant.

Series 2, Episode 2 - The Break Up

Ollie suspects Darren of moonlighting with a rival firm and hires a new assistant. Darren soon finds himself in way over his head. Meanwhile, Emma quickly wangles herself a promotion at work.

Notes

This episode's BBC One premiere attracted an audience of 1.06m viewers.

Broadcast details

Date
Thursday 1st March 2012
Time
9:30pm
Channel
BBC Three
Length
30 minutes

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    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Will Mellor Ollie
    Joel Fry Darren
    Naomi Bentley Liz
    Clive Mantle Tony
    Georgia Tennant (as Georgia Moffett) Emma
    Guest cast
    Ram John Holder Uncle Phil
    Alex Woodhall Andrzej (Polish Handyman)
    Gabriel Vick Jan
    Liam Tims Interviewee
    Writing team
    Adrian Poynton Writer
    Hannah Mackay Script Editor
    Production team
    Iain B MacDonald Director
    Rohan Acharya Producer
    Saurabh Kakkar Executive Producer
    Kristian Smith Executive Producer
    Pete Drinkwater Editor
    David Butterworth Production Designer
    Glenn Gregory Composer
    Keith Lowndes Composer

    Video

    What Did You Do Last Night?

    Ollie thinks he saw Darren moonlighting with a rival Polish handyman firm who are working at the house next door to his current job.

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    Featuring: Will Mellor (Ollie), Joel Fry (Darren).

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