About a Boy writer Nick Hornby has adapted Nina Stibbe’s award-winning book Love, Nina for BBC One.
The five-part series is a fictionalised adaptation of author Nina Stibbe’s letters home to her sister.
Love, Nina is a charming, laugh-out-loud culture clash drama series about a young nanny from Leicester finding her feet in 1980s London.
Friday 20 May 2016, 9.30pm
Twenty years old and from Leicester, Nina (Faye Marsay) moves to North London in 1982, to care for the two young boys of a working single mother, George (Helena Bonham Carter), the editor of a London literary review.
Nina is interviewed by George and meets Max (Harry Webster) and Joe (Ethan Rouse) for the first time at Gloucester Crescent.
Friday 27 May 2016, 9.30pm
Nina (Faye Marsay) goes on an awkward date with Nunney (Joshua McGuire), the good-looking boy who lives over the road.
Friday 3 June 2016, 9.30pm
Nina (Faye Marsay) and George (Helena Bonham Carter) decide to give away Lucas, the family cat, but when Joe (Ethan Rouse) finds this out they have to get him back.
Friday 10 June 2016, 9.30pm
Nina (Faye Marsay) makes friends with fellow nanny Amanda (Yolanda Kettle), but there is an embarrassing incident at a yoga class they both attend.
Friday 17 June 2016, 9.30pm
When Nina accidentally crashes George’s car she sets in chain a series of mishaps that may lead to her leaving the house for good.
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