Funny parliamentary sitcom from 1989,
This review is from: No Job for a Lady: Series 1 [DVD] (DVD)
Made by Thames Television and screening on ITV in early 1990, this six part series is a typical ITV sitcom from the era and is fit for the whole family to enjoy.
Penelope Keith stars as a newly installed Labour MP who adjusts to the Westminster world. The late George Baker (better known as Chief Inspector Wexford from the Ruth Rendell Mysteries) pops up as the longer serving Conservative MP. Jonathan Dow (who soon after would go onto a three years stint as PC Barry Stringer in Thames's long running police drama The Bill) pops up as Penelope's adviser.
No Job For a Lady lasted for three series and probably would have gone on for longer had Thames TV not lost their ITV franchise. I'm now looking forward to seeing series two.