Gail has a major clean-up job, but as her ex Dave pitches in, she hopes it could be a positive sign.
He resiles from anything implying that he was anything but a put-upon
ALSO on the road for the last time this week was Bucket (BBC4, Thursday), a quirky, often car-based sitcom featuring the inimitable Miriam Margolyes as terminally ill Mim and writer Frog Stone (yes, I have Googled it; no, I don't know if that's her real name) as her put-upon
Call me a softie, if you like, but on a beautifully sun-dappled train journey on Wednesday evening, I got slightly sentimental and a tad emotional at the sight of tiny, newborn lambs gambolling around the fields on their spindly legs in pursuit of their put-upon
Out of this set-up, Gillian Cross has fashioned a good old fashioned story of threat and danger and breathless chase, with the reader totally caught up with, and rooting for, the put-upon
children and their desire to protect the serval.
He was miserly, stuttering shopkeeper Arkwright's put-upon
nephew, who wanted more out of life than being an errand boy.
I STRUGGLED to feel a great deal of sympathy for Rebecca Lynch (You Say, April 23) in her lengthy defence of put-upon
This is a beautifully written and ambitious piece that sees McNair deftly stripping standup to the bone as we follow the story of Donald Robertson, a put-upon
kid who uses comedy to win over his classmates.
actuallyBprpuprolefo But the overwhelming problem is that those put-upon
supporters probably trust politicians less than the shadiest of foreign football club owners.
The BBC said the series about the young King Arthur and his put-upon
wizard servant will come to a "natural and dramatic end" when it bows out with a two-part finale.
Sheila Grant in Brookside, and more recently as long-suffering Barbara in the Royle Family, the actress has been at the centre of our living rooms since the 1980s.
And for the poor, put-upon
citizens in the current climate, Hard Times.