Highlites - Retouched

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15MD0120121008

Bev and Shirley go mobile, when the salon is closed down by environmental health.

by Steve Chambers and Phil Nodding.

1/5 Bridgford is blessed with the meanest hairdresser in Britain, and the stupidest. Bev and Shirley go mobile when the salon is closed down by environmental health.

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole

The enduring comedy of Bev, the bitter and vindictive Chief Stylist, played by Lorraine Ashbourne, and Shirley, her fond and foolish assistant, played by Rosie Cavaliero.

Originally piloted as an Afternoon Play, HighLites is now on its second 15 minute series, with another commissioned for next year.

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Bev and Shirley take their unique hairdressing style to an old people's home.

by Steve Chambers and Phil Nodding.

2/5 Bev and Shirley take their unique hairdressing style to an old people's home, and set about making Enid feel ten years older.

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole.

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Bev and Shirley use their mobile salon to pervert the course of justice.

by Steve Chambers and Phil Nodding.

3/5 Bev and Shirley use their mobile salon to pervert the course of justice in a hit and run investigation that may be putting their van at the scene of the crime.

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole

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Bev and Shirley take their mobile salon to the police station.

by Steve Chambers and Phil Nodding.

4/5 Bev and Shirley take their mobile salon to the police station, the headquarters of the hit and run investigation, still keen to pervert the course of justice.

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole

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With the heat still on, Bev and Shirley resort to discrediting the hit and run victim.

by Steve Chambers and Phil Nodding.

5/5 When intimidating witnesses, tampering with CCTV, and making false statements fail to take the heat off Beverley and Shirley in a hit and run investigation, they resort to discrediting the victim. All in a week's work.

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole.