The Press and Journal (Inverness, Highlands, and Islands)
Comedy series returns with special
A Moray production company has created a one-off episode of its comedy series as a special tribute to van drivers.
The original four-part Morrison’s Van series featured Dod Morrison, who serves his local community in his mobile shop.
Now writers Euan Martin and Dave Smith, from Right Lines Productions, have returned with a special episode.
It is to salute van drivers for their “crucial” role during the pandemic.
In the episode, it
“It is to salute van drivers for their role”
seems as if lockdown will bring Dod’s retirement plans forward – until former assistant Katrina highlights just how important deliveries are.
Ron Emslie and Helen Mackay revisited their roles of Dod and Katrina.
The episode was recorded via Zoom and edited by James Bryce.
Mr Martin said it was “fun” to record the episode, adding: “Given the crucial role van drivers have played during lockdown, we thought it would be fun to write a new episode set in current times and in a way, celebrate the work of these delivery services.
“It was also our response to the need to keep Right Lines Productions going in these difficult times.”
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