Written and directed by Ricky Gervais, this is a bitter-sweet one-off comedy drama about a group of outsiders living on society's margins. Derek Noakes (Gervais initially aping his character from When The Whistle Blows) is a tender, innocent man whose love for his job and the people he cares for shines through. He's 49, adores animals, Rolf Harris, Jesus, Deal or No Deal, Million Pound Drop and Britain's Got Talent - but his main hobby is autograph hunting. He works in a retirement home with his mate and landlord, Dougie (Karl Pilkington in his debut acting role). Hannah (Kerry Godliman) is a care worker at the home and is Derek's best friend. She's smart, witty and hard-working, but unlucky in love, and like Derek, always puts other people first... You can tell where this is going, but - by all accounts - Gervais handles this subject matter well, and doesn't use the 'M' word once.