Thursday, 28 June 2012
Synopsis of episode 6 of David Tennant voiced Twenty Twelve
The BBC Media Centre has posted the synopsis of episode six of the second series of Twenty Twelve which is voiced by David Tennant. The synopsis states that Olivia Colman (who will be acting alongside David Tennant in Broadchurch) returns to the programme.
Currently the BBC lists the second episode as scheduled to be broadcast on Monday 16th July on BBC Two at 10pm. (Yesterday episode 5 was changed from Monday 9th to Tuesday 10th.)
The synopsis is:
Having been shot in the foot with a doctored starting pistol, Head of Deliverance Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville) discovers he will shortly be without a PA, as Daniel (Samuel Barnett) has been offered a new job.
Olivia Colman returns to the fold as the award-winning comedy continues.
The ODC team try to work out how to launch 'Inclusivity Day' - and even though they’ve secured Tanni Grey-Thompson to take part no-one knows what Inclusivity Day actually is.
Following catastrophic ticket sales for women’s football, PR Company Perfect Curve and Siobhan Sharpe (Jessica Hynes) devise a viral campaign designed to change the face of women’s football, but without mentioning women’s football. The clock ticks on.
Written and directed by John Morton and narrated by David Tennant, Twenty Twelve stars Hugh Bonneville, Jessica Hynes, Amelia Bullmore, Karl Theobald, Vincent Franklin, Samuel Barnett & Morven Christie. Together they form the Olympic Deliverance team, now running harder than ever in order to keep standing still in the race towards the start of London 2012.
Link for all the news of both series of Twenty Twelve.