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Hard of hearing subtitlesStella: Series 1-5 (2016)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5014138609115
Released: 21st March 2016
Release type: Retail / Rental
No. of Discs: 15
Catalogue No: 2EDVD0911
Category: Television, Comedy
Format: DVD / Box Set
Stella: Series 1-5 (2016) (Box Set) (Retail / Rental)

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Story: All 51 episodes from the first five series of the British comedy drama set in the fictional Welsh town of Pontyberry written by and starring Ruth Jones. Series one finds 40-something single mother Stella (Jones) spending her time looking after her children and earning money by ironing for the locals. Her eldest son, Luke (Craig Gallivan), is soon to be released from prison and she is worried about how he will readjust to life in the community; her daughter, Emma (Catrin Stewart), is dating Sunil (Rory Girvan); while her youngest child, Ben (Justin Davies), is the bright spark of the family but his inquisitiveness can lead him to trouble. To make matters worse, her ex-husband is dating a beautiful 28-year-old but Stella may have found a love interest of her own in the form of kind-hearted painter and decorator Sean (Kenny Doughty). In series two, Stella's got more than enough on her plate after discovering that she's pregnant. To make matters worse, she's not sure if it's Sean's, or if she even really loves him! Series three sees Stella set out in a new direction, taking up a career in nursing and deciding that the best way to put her complicated love life behind her would be to give up men altogether. However, for all that her life may seem busy enough with all her children and grandchildren resident at her house, it isn't long before Stella finds herself romantically involved once again. In series four, Stella continues her romance with neighbour Michael (Patrick Baladi) but problems arise when he decides to run his solicitors' firm from her house. With her home increasingly cramped, Stella pursues her dream of nursing but encounters more relationship problems when Michael's secrets begin to unravel. Meanwhile, Aunty Brenda (Di Botcher) enters the local election race and the town prepares for the marriage of Celia (Emma Rydal) and Big Alan (Steve Speirs). In series five, with Michael working in London, Stella takes on the role of caring for the heavily pregnant Beyoncé (Remy Beasley), but how will Michael react when he finds out? Meanwhile, Jag (Pal Aron) takes over as landlord of the Frisky Fox, the town hosts its own dance competition, Aunty Brenda is elected the new mayor and Rob (Mark Lewis Jones) returns to Pontyberry with some heartbreaking news.

Starring: Ruth Jones, Craig Gallivan, Catrin Stewart, Rory Girvan, Justin Davies, Kenny Doughty, Julian Lewis Jones, Elizabeth Berrington, Karen Paullada, Owen Teale, Steve Speirs, Patrick Baladi, Aled Pugh, Di Botcher, Emma Rydal, Daniel Gammond, Remy Beasley, Mark Lewis Jones, Pal Aron

Directed by: David Peet

Produced by: Ruth Jones, Lucy Lumsden, Jon Mountague

Written by: Ruth Jones

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Studio/distributor: 2 Entertain

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