David Fishwick's tiny 'bank' is finally beginning to help the people of Burnley. He takes to the road in his battle-bank, a converted minibus, complete with its own cash machine and safe (and a stockpile of banarnars in t' glove compartment, to get advice about where to park it from ardent Burnley supporter and former spin-doctor Alastair Campbell. As things gather momentum, he gambles on the US stock market, canvasses for wider support, takes his message to the Bank of England and meets Business Secretary Vince Cable, before returning to his home town to see what effect his loans have had and find out whether he has broken even in the first six months. Does the Bank of Dave have a future?