The lives in and outside the workplace of 6 men who sort mail at a Royal Mail sorting office in Manchester.
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Series 1 : 6 episodes - 60 minutes each.
Unreleased on DVD
Sorted is a BBC television drama series, first broadcast in 2006, and transmitted on BBC One and BBC HD. It was created by Danny Brocklehurst, who has also written Clocking Off, The Stretford Wives and Shameless. Sorted, the BBC's high profile postal drama, achieved 5 million viewers in the summer of 2006 and was the only drama that year to grow week on week in the ratings, despite this - and the largely good critical response - the BBC did not recommission the show.
The name of the series has a double meaning - postal workers 'sort' mail for delivery and "sorted" is a common slang word for approval used in Manchester.
Sorted follows the lives of six working-class postmen living in northwest England. Played by Neil Dudgen (Common As Muck, The Street, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason), Hugo Spear (Love Lies Bleeding, Bleak House, The Full Monty), Dean Lennox Kelly (Shameless, A Midsummer Night's Dream), Will Mellor (Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps), Mark Womack (Mersey Beat, Liverpool 1) and Cal Macaninch, the men and their significant others, played by Eva Pope (Shadow Man, Bad Girls), Tracy-Ann Oberman (East Enders, Big Train) and Nina Sosanya, experience the complexities of modern-day love, work, family, secrets, passions and fears. Storylines are stitched throughout the series, but each episode is dedicated to one of the six postmen.
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