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Redundancy comes calling for Pauline who has worked for 20 years at a micro-electronics plant, looking after components which keep aircraft hanging safely in the skies.
Since her husband died and her daughter went travelling in Australia the job is Pauline's life, her colleagues are her family.
But when external ‘employment consultant' Robyn arrives at the plant, Pauline finds herself pitted against her young colleague and friend Alice - a financially vulnerable single mother.
If neither one takes up Robin's offer of voluntary redundancy, they will both be required to take a test to prove their worth to the company as a ‘continuing asset' - and there can only be one winner.
Will their mutual affection and camaraderie help them pass the test? And how much of Pauline's life and identity is rolled up in her job?
A brand-new 737 falls from the sky over West Africa during a major storm, but investigators eventually discover weather had nothing to do with it.
A delightful collection of pre-loved and well-looked-after British classics comes up for auction, including an Austin A35, a Wolseley 16/60, a Ford Fiesta Popular and a rare Hillman Avenger Estate. The haul also includes Stanley, the Standard Vanguard Vignale. The collection stirs many fond memories from potential buyers at the vehicle auction, but is that enough to make them raise their hands and bid for the British classics? Meanwhile, when the time comes to sell a much-loved and enjoyed ‘E' type Jag, its Yorkshire owner finds it hard to let go.
The property expert visits Harewood House, a stately home which looks out over 1000 acres of West Yorkshire estate, and was built in 1759 by Edwin Lascelles, 1st Earl of Harewood.
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