Our Girl: Complete Series 1-3, DVD DVD

Our Girl: Complete Series 1-3 DVD

Description

All the episodes from the first three series of the BBC drama starring Lacey Turner and Michelle Keegan as young women in the British Army.

In the first series, following a troubled childhood, Molly Dawes (Turner) left school without any qualifications and now works part-time in a nail salon.

Struggling to find direction in her life she is drawn towards an army recruitment office.

After signing up she endures rigorous training to become a member of the Royal Army Medical Corps, leading Molly on a journey that will ultimately transform her life.

The second series follows experienced medic Lance Corporal Georgie Lane (Keegan) as she undertakes a six-week humanitarian mission in Nairobi, Kenya with her company Two Section, headed by Captain James (Ben Aldridge).

After an IED explodes near a refugee camp, Georgie is forced to put her skills into action right away before more dangers present themselves.

On her tour, Georgie tries to come to terms with her recent failed engagement and ponders her promise to marry her new fiancé Dr. Jamie Cole (Royce Pierreson) when she returns from her tour.

In the third series, Lane undertakes tours in Nepal, Nigeria and Belize and Bangladesh.

In Nepal, Two Section must carry out a humanitarian mission following a massive earthquake.

In Nigeria, Georgie is still reeling after the unexpected death of one of her colleagues but must assist Two Section in training local armed forces in the war against terrorism.

In Belize, a training exercise in the jungle turns deadly as drug dealers intercept their mission.

In Bangladesh, Georgie helps with the provision of medical care for refugees, before a suicide bomber claims more lives.

Information

  • Format: DVD
  • Region: 2
  • Certification: (15)
  • EAN: 5036193034770
  • Catalogue number: AV3477
  • Studio: Acorn Media UK
  • Release date:
  • Genre: Drama
  • Colour: Colour

£38.29

 
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