Browse content similar to 28/02/2012. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more!
What did you JUST say?
None of your business.
'Gina threw me out.'
Look again, make sure.
No, that's him, all right.
He's got a record for procurement. Specifically underage girls.
Gets them hooked on drink or drugs and then sells them to the highest bidder.
'It's not been possible to connect your call. Please try again later.'
You two! Boys!
Where have you been?
We were out looking for Nicole.
-Places nobody'd look.
In gardens and up closes. Shop doorways.
You crept out of this house...
You've been out there all night, prowling the streets? On your own?
-Don't tell Dad.
-Please, Mum. You know he'll go off on one.
All right. But only because he's got this press conference today.
He's got enough to worry about.
Go and get yourselves cleaned up. Come on.
Come on up to the flat.
I'm fine where I am.
Breakfast and a shower,
it's the best offer you're gonnae get all day.
Oh, unless, of course, you want to turn up for your work
unshaven and stinking.
Yeah. I'll put the coffee on.
Raymond said it would be OK.
Did he now?
Just grab a seat, relax and get this down your neck.
And don't you worry about Eileen, you just leave her to m...
He was sleeping in his car.
That's his problem. Not yours.
-I couldn't just leave him there.
-He's a grown man!
He's a mate and he's down on his luck.
Whose fault is that?
Look, he just needs a place to stay for a few...
Oh, no. Tell me you haven't!
Just till he sorts himself out.
-Have you forgotten that he's barred?
-Yeah, from the pub. This is my house.
Yeah. And mine. And Stuart's.
OK, look, it'll just be for a couple of days.
What about Gina?
-She's finished with him, remember?
So we can't go taking his side, against my sister.
Oh, would this be the same sister whose cafe you got shut down?
I haven't got time for this.
I've got a busy day ahead of me.
-What are you doing in here?
I...heard you arguing and I didn't like to intrude.
I just wandered in here
and then I saw the information sheet for today's press conference.
I'm sorry about last night.
And I know this is awkward, but we have to work together,
so can we put it on the back burner and get through today?
I don't have much choice, do I?
We've a lot to handle with the press and the police.
Not to mention poor Michael and Leyla.
I can't imagine what they're going through.
Sorry to bother you.
Awkward, did you say?
Now you stay here. I don't want a scene.
Somebody's smashed the Oyster window.
-I don't know.
Are you all right?
-You weren't there when it happened.
They take anything?
I don't know.
I was too scared to go in by myself.
You wait here. I'll go.
I'm coming with you.
Just get my jacket.
What a chancer.
-Hope you're not gonnae let him worm his way back in.
Oh, drop it you, will you?
I've got enough on my plate right now.
Right, give me the keys.
Now be careful. There's glass everywhere.
The float's still here.
Doesn't look like anything's been touched.
-I suppose I should phone the police, eh?
-I'll do it. You sit down.
I couldn't sit. I'll make us coffee.
No, don't touch anything.
Hey, you two, where's your school uniforms?
Oh, we're not going to school today.
-I said they didn't have to go.
-Well, I think they should.
-I've already phoned the school and told them. I thought...
-This is not an excuse to hang around playing the computer, OK?
What are you doing, then?
Messaging Nicole's pals to see if they've heard anything.
OK, sorry. That's a good idea.
-Not since we heard she's in tow with some lowlife who grooms girls for prostitution.
-I'm sorry. I can't just...
What youse talking about?
Is she going to be OK?
Yeah, yeah, she will be.
What if she's not?
What if she's dead?
Don't say that. Don't ever say that again.
That is your sister you're talking about.
Hey, hey, chill out, Michael.
Tell you what. Why don't I take the boys for a bit of breakfast, eh?
Oh, hi, Detective. Come in.
Good morning. This is Brenda Lloyd, Family Liaison Officer.
Michael and Leyla Brodie and their sons Conor and Adeeb.
Gabriel Brodie. Michael's brother.
Brenda will stay with you. From now on, any news will come through her.
I'll see you at the press conference. By the way, we've had a very good response from the press.
Think it'll help?
Absolutely. Especially now we've got television coverage.
-I'll leave you to it.
Television? That's good, isn't it, Michael?
Nowhere else has been touched.
So it's just the Oyster?
-Who'd want to throw a brick through my window?
-Can you think of anyone with a grudge against you?
Gina's well-liked around here. Ask anyone.
Think. Maybe you've had words with someone.
Ach, it's probably nothing.
-Oh, hello, dear. Would you like to come in?
-No, it's all right.
I was just wanting a word wi' Dan, if he's here.
I thought I heard your voice.
Hi. I said I'd let you know about tonight. It's fine.
I've got a baby-sitter.
Great. Do you want to come in for a coffee?
No, I can't. I'm getting Callum ready for nursery school.
OK. Catch you later.
-No, thanks, I'm good.
I take it you'll not be joining us for dinner tonight.
-Oh, don't apologise. She's a very nice girl.
Yes, she is.
Despite the family that she comes from.
You must think I'm just a silly, interfering old woman.
Nothing better to do than stick her nose into other people's business.
I don't think that, honestly.
That's good, then.
You're not getting serious with her, are you?
It's early days.
It's obvious that she likes you.
And I like her, but I'm still battle-scarred from my marriage,
Kelly-Marie's got a wee boy, so do I,
so it's best not to rush anything.
I better get to the health centre. Michael and Leyla aren't in today.
See you later, then.
What do you think? Is this too dressy?
-No, that looks fine.
-Maybe I could wear this one.
But it's a bit dull, a bit dowdy. Almost like we've given up.
Wear the first one, if it's the kind of thing you normally wear.
You should look like yourself,
so if Nicole does see you, it looks familiar.
Not dressed up, acting up for the cameras.
For goodness' sake!
My daughter is out there with some nutter,
and you two are talking about clothes!
Is there something useful you could do, like help find this creep before he puts Nicole on the streets?
We are doing everything we can, Dr Brodie.
The camera takes in the whole street,
so with any luck, we should get a good look.
Here you g...
Oh, no. I do not believe this.
Eileen, come here.
Didn't you change the disc for the CCTV yesterday?
I'm sure I asked you.
Yeah. You asked me if I'd done it, and I said I hadn't.
-So you didn't?
-Change the disc?
I think I did.
I did, didn't I? Oh, no, wait, didn't you say you'd do it yourself?
-I can't remember!
-What? And you want me to remember for you?
I'm just asking. I'm not accusing you.
Really? Excuse me, I've got work to go to.
I did ask her.
Is it your wife who usually changes the disc?
She's not my wife.
Oh! What's happened here?
Ach, just vandals.
-He's well, thank you.
-Liz, I've got to stay with the joiner.
But when he's gone, I'll come over and see him.
Look, I'll stay. You go and see your dad.
So where's he taking you?
Out for a meal just.
What do you mean "just"? A meal's the business.
-Means he's keen.
-Ach, I don't know.
Think about it. Two hours of him giein' you his undivided attention.
Digging his hand in his pocket for the privilege.
And it's no' even the weekend!
No, he's keen.
-You really think?
Right, enjoy yourself, missus.
Just this, thank you.
You know, you really shouldn't be getting that poor girl's hopes up.
I don't think our doctor is looking for anything serious.
What? Has he said something?
He's not over his wife yet, not ready for any kind of involvement.
Especially not with someone with a child.
Would you be better off at school?
No... I want to be here, if there's bad news.
What were you thinking about, Christina?
Covering for Nicole like that?
Leave her alone. She knows she did wrong.
I'm not blaming her!
I just wish she'd thought it through.
I'll get it.
Where is she, Bob?
What if we never see her again?
Don't talk like that.
Have they found her?
Dr Brodie, I'm sorry. I really am. I wish I could go back...
What's done is done, Christina.
I wanted to give you this.
It was the £300 you gave her.
Ach, it doesn't matter the now.
Please, take it.
Is there news on Nicole?
No. No, there isn't.
It's Nicole, isn't it? Is it bad?
-Constable Fraser and this is Constable Croft.
I'm the FLO. There's a missing teenager.
We're not here about that.
It's about the Oyster Cafe.
The glass door was smashed last night.
-Adeeb, where's Conor?
-He doesn't want to come down right now.
We'd like to speak to both boys.
I'm sorry. Conor's very upset about his sister.
I understand you and Conor had a run-in with Gina Hamilton yesterday evening outside the cafe.
Nothing. Just Gina had a go at us.
And we had a go back. That's all.
Look, as I said, this is a very upsetting time for all of us.
And sometimes people act out of character when they're upset.
Tell me, son, where were you and Conor last night?
After ten o'clock?
They were at home. With me. Both of them.
This really isn't a good time. Can I have a word?
It's all right.
It's not Nicole.
You all right?
Yeah. I just need to pop out, clear my head.
Hi. What's all this about?
I've just had the police at my door.
-To question Conor and Adeeb.
-About the Oyster being vandalised?
Apparently, they had some sort of run-in with Gina.
Then they were out all night. They snuck out. Begged me not to tell their dad.
Said they were looking for Nicole.
And? Oh, no. You don't think that they could've... Come on!
You saw how upset they were this morning. How ready to snap.
What if they did this? What if this is just the start? What if they go off the rails?
Hey, come on.
I lied to the police.
I said they were at home all night. That was wrong.
That's not helping them, is it? I don't know what to do.
My head's swimming. I can't tell Michael.
Leyla, you need to calm down.
Why don't you let me try talking to them?
He actually said that?
That he doesn't want to be lumbered with somebody else's wean?
No, that's not what I heard.
But that's what he meant.
You know what this means, don't you? He's not even serious about Kelly-Marie.
-He's just wanting a bit of fun.
-No, he's not like that.
I cannae believe this.
Just wait till Scarlett finds out.
-I wish I hadn't said anything now.
-I'll tell her. You'll just make it worse.
No. It's better that she hears it from her mother.
Don't worry, I'll play it down.
Hey. I want a word with you.
Don't you, "Hey, Scarlett" me.
-Who do you think you are, bad-moothin' my lassie?
-And my grandson.
-Think you're too good for her cos you're a doctor?
-I don't know what you're talking about!
You do. You've been giving it all that. Think you can just use her. For a laugh, like she's nothing.
-Keep your voice down!
-I've got nothing to be ashamed of.
I'm no' carrying on behind my wife's back, dragging some good lassie's name through the mud.
-I don't know what you've heard, but if you'd let me get a word in...
-Save it. Stay away from Kelly-Marie.
You come near her or my grandson, and you'll be sorry. You got that?
-What can I get you, darling?
-Aye, that'll be fine.
We were out looking for Nicole.
No, I know that. But you didn't find her, did you?
So how'd that make you feel?
Did it make you feel angry?
Gabriel, any news?
You must be sick of people asking.
-The joiner's finished.
-Great. Thanks for waiting.
-I've got to get to the community centre. Press conference.
-Can I help?
-With the press conference?
Make tea? Come on, there must be something I can do.
That's really good of you.
Not at all.
It'll make me feel useful. I'll just get my coat.
So did you do it?
Did you break the window?
Look, I'm not going to give you any trouble,
and I promise, I'm not going to be angry with you.
This isn't fair.
Look, nothing's fair right now, son. But I need you to tell me the truth.
I'm telling the truth! I didn't smash that stupid window!
Look, this is serious. I need you to face up...
We never done anything.
It was you, wasn't it?
Look, please, just don't say anything to Michael.
I'm really sorry, Gina. I'll pay for the damage, and I promise they'll never do anything like this again.
They're going through a hard time at the moment. Whatever you do, please don't tell the police.
Look, I know you're having a hard time with your sister,
but what you did was wrong.
Youse have got it wrong.
We'll say no more about it.
Gina, I don't think...
Not another word.
Thanks, Gina. Right, what do you say?
-This isn't fair.
-It's not fair, it's not bloody fair.
Is everything all right?
Come on, let's get inside.
-What do you want?
-Is Kelly-Marie there, please?
-What's it to you?
-I just want to talk to her.
Look, Doc, she doesn't want to see you.
Just five minutes.
You deaf or something?
-Well, will you pass her message then?
-Have you not got it? She doesn't want anything to do with you.
On your bike. Go on.
I think you should go. It's for the best.
That's telt him.
He'll no' be bothering you again, hen.
You all right, darlin'?
Maybe I should go and talk to him.
No way, Kelly. Don't even give him the time of day.
After the way he's treated you!
I want to tell him what I think of him. To his face.
Look, I never said any of those things. You must know that.
-How do you explain...
-Your crazy family? I wouldn't know where to start.
Look, this morning, Liz was poking her nose in.
I said it was early days, I'm just out of a marriage,
nothing I haven't already said to you.
She must've gone out and repeated it, embellished it. I'm sorry.
So am I.
Yeah, that's good of Gina.
They're saying they didn't do it, though.
Can we just draw a line under it? I don't want to put them through any more.
-Don't worry. I'll keep an eye on them.
-Everything all right?
Yeah. We're just discussing the boys.
I was offering to look after them
while you're at the press conference.
I know it's difficult,
but be careful the boys don't catch you whispering about them.
-It'll make them feel you're hiding something.
-Thanks. I'll bear that in mind.
Come on. Let's do this.
16-year-old Nicole Brodie was thought to have been in France for a school trip,
but yesterday, her parents reported her missing when she failed to return with the rest of her classmates...
REPORTERS ALL TALK AT ONCE
So you're not gonnae take any further action?
How could I with what they're going through?
I know. The pictures that go through your head.
Michael and Leyla must be terrified.
You want to tell them it'll be OK. That she's safe, she'll come home. But they don't always, do they?
So, how's it going with you and him?
-Yesterday you couldn't see him far enough.
A lot's happened since yesterday.
And right now, there are more important things to be worrying about, eh?
How are you bearing up?
The purpose of this is to get as much press coverage as possible
in the hope that we can reach Nicole herself or anyone who may have information regarding her.
I will briefly state the facts -
age, appearance, last seen wearing, that kind of thing.
Then I will ask you to make your statement.
Then if Leyla wants to add anything...
Maybe a direct appeal to Nicole herself,
or a plea to the general public.
I don't know if I can.
I might be too emotional.
Emotional's good, Leyla. It touches people.
Lets them see what you're going through.
Brenda, if you could take Dr Brodie through the itinerary?
Ready to start in ten minutes?
It'll be all right.
I can't do this. I can't.
Look, I know it's hard. But remember what it's for.
It's to help find Nicole. And it could. It really could.
Michael needs you.
He doesn't. He's pushing me away.
He's terrified he's gonnae crack in front of everyone.
Deep down, it's you that's holding him together.
Us men, we like to think we're strong,
but we're lost without you.
Don't look at the press. Forget about them.
I'll be there.
Just... Just pretend you're talking to me.
Right, first I'm going to give you both a hug,
because I know you were only looking out for me.
Now I'm going to box you round the ears for being so stupid!
-What's that for?
Where do I start? You got the wrong end of the stick.
You jumped to conclusions? You never thought twice.
-You never looked before you leapt right in.
-Don't make me go through that again.
You're not making any sense.
Right. Let's just discuss this calmly.
I've just been speaking to Dan.
No way. He's not been trying to soft-soap you, has he?
Will you wheesht and just listen, for once!
It seems he cannae remember what he said this morning,
something like, "It's early days, it's complicated because I've got a child."
A child? That's a complication?
-Tattie then hears Liz talking in the deli...
-Oh, so now it's Tattie's fault?
Would you shut up? Tattie then tells my gran. My gran!
She then tells my ma.
Only by now, it's gotten completely out of hand.
Dan's a monster and I'm a total victim that cannae talk for herself.
-We just didn't want to see you get hurt.
I won't be.
No' this time.
I'm not barring him.
How no'? After what he said about my lassie?
Let it go, Scarlett.
-Well, don't expect me to serve him.
-I said, let it go.
-Do you not think there's more important things to worry about right now?
-Aye, I suppose.
-Do you think this press conference thingy's gonnae do any good?
-You'd try anything, wouldn't you?
Our boys might be locked up, but at least we know they're safe.
Yeah, well, that's one way of looking at it, I suppose.
-Think it'll be on the telly?
I saw a crew going in, right enough.
You should have a set down here.
-Do you know, that's actually not a bad idea.
-I mean, it's all folk can think about right now.
I'll go get one.
Ma. Right, don't go off on one but I've sorted things out with Dan.
What do you mean "sortit"? What did I tell you?
She was last seen yesterday in a squat in the city centre.
She was wearing blue skinny jeans, a pink V-neck jumper,
a black jacket with a fur-trimmed hood and beige ankle boots.
We are very concerned for Nicole's safety.
I will now ask Nicole's father, Dr Michael Brodie, to say a few words.
If there is anyone who has seen Nicole or has any information
regarding her whereabouts, I urge you to get in touch.
Don't let anyone force you to do anything you don't want to do.
Nicole, we love you so much.
Conor and Adeeb are really worried about you.
They want you to come home. We all do.
Come home, Nicole. Please.
We'll wind up here.
If Nicole or anyone with any information
would like to get in touch,
please call this number - 0141 469 0999.
It's active 24 hours a day and is completely confidential.
There'll be no questions. Thank you all for coming.
Can I ask you all to please leave quietly and give the family privacy?
Thanks. You, too.
You did really well, both of you.
So what happens now?
Um... We wait.
What are the chances?
It's impossible to say.
-Well, what's your gut feeling?
-I really can't say.
Can't or won't?
We are doing everything we can, Michael.
Well, me know the minute you hear anything. I want to be kept involved about every development.
If we do find her, we'll see her and we'll talk to her,
but we need her permission to reveal her whereabouts.
Well, that's ludicrous. I'm her father.
-Surely I have the right to be the first to...
-I'm sorry. It's procedure.
People go missing for a reason. Not everyone wants to be found.
What you doing?
Seeing if she's phoned.
She won't have.
Well, it's worth checking.
It'd be awful if she phoned and no-one was here to answer.
That's a point. We should make sure the house is never empty, in case...
Nicole, is that you?
Nicole, it's Leyla.
There's definitely someone there.
Nicole, it's Dad here.
Take your time.
I'm here. Just take all the time you need.
I love you very much, Nicole.
You are not in any kind of trouble at all.
I'm sorry if...I ever...um...
Ask her a question.
Nicole, are you OK?
MAN: 'Ha, ha, got you!'
Who is this?
How did you get this number?
-This isn't funny.
-It's a hoax.
What kind of sick and twisted...
I really thought...
I know. So did I.
I'll... I'll put the kettle on.
Not for me, thanks.
Where are you going?
The health centre.
No... Please, no.
Thanks for your help today.
I didn't do anything.
It was good having you around.
We can do this, can't we?
I hate the thought of not having you in my life.
And I hate the thought of you sleeping in that car.
I've slept in worse places.
Don't worry about it.
You know you can stay at the flat, Murray.
I don't think that's such a good idea.
I don't want us to end up like...
Eileen and Raymond.
Where are you going?
I need to find Murray.
He's over there.
Get him away before he gets his claws back into my sister.
As long as they're living together, Raymond's never gonnae move on.
And that's what you want, is it?
What I want, I can't have.
So I need to move on.
Are you sure about that?
About moving on?
At not being able to have what you want?
You made that pretty plain to me yesterday.
Yeah, well, a lot of things have changed since then.
Murray, can I have a word?
Yeah, what is it?
-Upstairs, in private.
-Can't it wait?
No, it can't.
I'll see you later, eh?
This had better be important.
-What are you doing?
-You're not getting back with him. Tell me you're not.
-What is wrong with you?
-No. What is wrong with you?
Do you want me to be miserable just because you are?
-What are you doing here?
-Just a couple of things I need to check on.
You don't have to.
Yeah, well, I'm here now. I might as well.
-Look, I've got things covered. Go home.
I said go home.
And I said it's fine, all right?
Look, you're going through a really difficult time. You're not ready...
Look, I don't need this right now, OK? I don't need special treatment.
I don't need spoken to in hushed tones, or treated with kid gloves, all right?
Then what do you need, Michael?
Why are you here?
I just need...
Turn it off.
So am I, mate. So am I.
I thought you were one of the good guys.
But this! This is nasty.
It's ugly, it's sleekit...
So, what, you smashed her window in
so you could play the knight in shining armour and win her back?
I never... You've got it all wrong.
Watch it again, will we?
I did do it, obviously.
But it wasn't part of some big ploy to win Gina back.
I'm not that clever.
I don't know.
She hurt me.
Oh, come on.
I was mad at her for pushing me away.
I tried everything in my power yesterday, but she didn't want me.
I just wanted to hurt her back.
I lay in my car, getting madder and madder till something snapped.
So you never planned it?
But this morning,
when I saw the state she was in, something clicked
and I just wanted to look after her.
And I kind of blanked that it was me that did it and just...
Saw an opportunity and took it?
It wasn't like that.
Well, what was it like? Cos I'm struggling here.
I'd lost her, Raymond. I've been losing her for months.
Imagine how I felt about myself. How she'd made me feel.
I thought about walking away. But I couldn't.
I just...hung around.
But then, today she needed me again, and it felt good.
Nothing else mattered.
That doesn't excuse...
And I would do anything to put it right.
Tell me what to do.
Every time the phone rings, every knock at the door...
it rips me apart.
It's Nicole, and the nightmare's over.
Or it's the police to say they've found a body.
And than I realise this isn't a nightmare.
Right now, not knowing,
that's nothing compared to what...what could happen.
I'm sorry, I shouldn't be landing all this on you.
Michael, come on.
I can't talk to Leyla.
I can't even look at her.
Because I just see my own terror reflected back at me.
I can't bear it.
There's something else, isn't there?
Are you stupid? My daughter is missing.
She could be on drugs, on the street,
getting pawed over by the scum of the Earth.
She could've been...
She could be dead.
You know, the day she was born, I took her in my hands
and I counted her fingers and her wee toes.
She was perfect.
She was just this perfect wee thing, you know?
She doesn't want to be found.
Not by me.
You can't know that.
It's me she's running away from.
I was too hard on her.
I was trying to protect her, but I drove her away.
Even if the police find her, they won't tell me,
because she won't want me to know.
How can you say that?
It's what I deserve.
I'm keeping you back.
No, you're not.
I missed so much of her childhood because of the army.
I just wanted her to know right from wrong,
I wanted her to make something of her life.
But I was too strict.
I tried to control her and she kicked against me.
Is she doing this to punish me?
What we'll do is, you and me will watch a wee film.
We'll watch one of your favourites. What shall we watch?
Well, let's have a look.
And we just press that, and...
Ah, look, shall we watch that one?
It's your favourite.
Just give Mummy one wee minute.
Mummy just wants to watch...
THIS wee DVD.
Right, come on, let's get you pair home. Come on.
You have to tell her.
Not now. Not when there's a chance of us getting back together.
Oh, you could live with that, could you? Building your future on a lie?
It's better than nothing. Better than being alone.
You know that's not true.
Right. Here we are.
I really don't think I can do this.
You have to. You do know that?
-I don't even know what to say.
Tell her how you really feel. Women like that.
Tomorrow. Let me sleep on it.
Not in my house. Not unless you've faced up to what you've done.
-She's not in.
-Give it a minute. She could be in the bath or something.
I'll come back later.
Hey, you two.
Loitering with intent or what?
Murray's got something he wants to say to you.
It can wait.
No, it can't.
Right, well you both better come up, then.
You need to see this.
No, she doesn't. Leave it, Eileen.
-We'll go upstairs, I can explain.
-No, don't. It's Murray. He threw the brick through the window.
It's all on here.
It was you?
Why would you do that to me?
Do something so despicable and then lie to my face?
Stay out of it, Eileen.
I think you two should go upstairs and talk about this in private.
No. No, I've got nothing to say to him. I don't even want to look at him.
D'you want to phone the police?
And those boys!
You let them take the blame when all the while it was you.
That was the last thing I wanted. Look, I'm sorry.
I can't tell you how sorry I am.
Yeah? Well, you're not sorry enough.
I mean, what kind of snake are you?
-D'you not think these kids have been through enough? Let me go, Raymond!
-No' in front of the boys, Gabriel!
CONOR: Now do you believe us?
Let's go. Go.
I'll make it up to you. I'm sorry.
Stay away from her.
Just leave me.
That's unbelievable. He was so kind and helpful today.
I'm sorry I ever doubted you.
Yeah, me, too.
It's all right.
-Yeah, can we just focus on Nicole?
-You are good boys.
-Can we go now?
Yeah, I'm fine.
Listen, I'll leave you guys alone.
No. Stay. Please.
It's good having you around.
Gina is well shot of that rat.
Why didn't you phone the police?
Why didn't you tell me?
Because I knew how you'd react. That you wouldn't stop and think.
You'd rush right out, announce it to the whole world
-and totally humiliate him.
-You saw what he did.
-Why are you defending him?
-I'm not. I just don't want to see the guy crucified.
I don't get it with you and him.
No, you wouldn't, would you?
I don't think you've ever had a real friend in your whole life.
Where are you headed?
I don't know yet.
Are you planning on doing any fishing?
I might be. Why?
It's just that I fair fancy a wee bit of that.
Well, then, what are you waiting for?
ENGINE STARTS, REVS
BBC NEWS THEME PLAYS ON TV
'Concern is mounting for a 16-year-old girl
'who's been missing from her home in Shieldinch for more than a week.
'Our correspondent James Cook has the latest.
'16-year-old Nicole Brodie was thought to have been in France for a school trip.
'But yesterday, her parents reported her missing
'when she failed to return with the rest of her classmates.
'Nicole is thought to have deliberately cancelled her place on the outing.
'But, now, a week on, concern is mounting for her safety.
'The news of her disappearance has devastated the local community here in Shieldinch.
'And earlier today, Dr Brodie and his wife faced the media.
'If there's anyone out there who has seen Nicole
'or has any information regarding her whereabouts,
'I urge you to get in touch.
'Nicole, we love you very much.
'we can't imagine life without you.
'You have a family that loves you more than anything in the world.
'No matter what's happened, there's nothing we can't deal with.
'Nothing we can't put right.
'Please, Nicole, please, come home.
'That's all we want more than anything.
'But if you're not ready yet, then please just let us know you're OK.
'A phone call. Let us hear your voice.
'Please, Nicole, I'm begging you, wherever you are,
'whoever you're with,
'don't let anyone force you to do anything you don't want to do.
'Nicole, we love you so much.
What are you doing?
Sleeping Beauty. I didnae mean to wake you.
Where are you going with that?
Sorry, babes, I need to sell it.
We've got nae cash.
I'll go to the chippy.
-I won't be long.
I don't feel very beautiful.
Have you seen Cal's nursery bill? You'd think he was at uni.
-You a bit short the now?
-I'm all right, Ma.
-Where are you going?
-Just to sign on. Don't look at me like that.
-Have you got something she could wear?
-Of course, help yourself.
Oh, I've got something better than cash, but it's first come, first served. See you soon.
She looks amazing.
I look like a tart.
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd