The Time Of My Life
Caroline Swinburne meets retired professionals who've chosen to spend their senior years in care homes which cater for specific trades.
|01||01||Journalists||20040119||Old habits die hard and there's not an empty seat in the home as residents gather to watch the one o'clock news and bemoan the state of the profession today.|
|01||02||Clergy||20040120||'Once a priest, always a priest'.|
Caroline Swinburne meets residents at Manormede home for retired clergy as they reflect on their lives and look forward to the next one.
|01||03||The Motor Trade||20040121||Caroline Swinburne meets retired professionals from the motor trade as their care home celebrates the annual car fete.|
They're joined by Bruce Forsythe, from a motoring family himself whose sister was one of their former residents.
|01||04||The Chelsea Pensioners||20040122||Caroline Swinburne meets retired servicemen who've chosen to spend their final years surrounded by others from the military.|
|01||05 LAST||The Show Must Go On!||20040123||Caroline Swinburne meets residents of Denville Hall - a retirement home for actors who are still treading the boards!.|