A struggling jazz band from South London are propelled back in time.


Director:Daniel Lawrence Taylor


Duration:30 min




Season 1 - Timewasters
"Nick is committed to his struggling jazz quartet despite the apathy of his sister, drummer Lauren, trombonist Horace and the philandering Jason. Then a tramp, Homeless Pete, shows them a lift which is actually a time machine, whisking them back to 1926 where they attract - largely unwanted - attention until aristocratic twins Victoria and Ralph book them to play at their birthday party. More concerned with returning home Nick enlists the aid of crazed boffin John Logie Baird, who accuses him of being a spy and imprisons him though he escapes to join the others at the ..."
"While the rest of the band enjoy living it up in their new environs at Victoria and Ralph's house, Nick desperately tries to work out a way back home. He is invited on a spiritual retreat to help with his wellbeing, but it soon becomes apparent that all is not what it seems. Meanwhile, Jason is all loved up with Victoria, but Lauren begins to tire of Ralph's irritating advances."
"Nick decides to get to know Victoria's long-suffering butler a little better. It turns out that Langley once had hopes of being an opera singer, so Nick becomes determined to help him follow his dreams. Elsewhere, Lauren tries to integrate herself into 1920s high society by befriending Victoria and her gaggle of party girls. Will Lauren stick to her principles or change instantly on being accepted by the posh rich girls?"
"After rebelling against the men-only rule at the band's latest gig, Lauren unexpectedly finds herself with a new fan called Rose. Rose brings back lots of friends the following night, giving Lauren her moment to shine. Much to Nick's irritation, Lauren soon catches the public's imagination and becomes a star, but will her new-found fame go to her head?"
"The band visit Victoria's country house and decide to enjoy a game of murder mystery, but things start to get a little too real when Curtis returns from the future."
"In the final episode, the time machine has been fixed, but will the band return home? Contains adult, sexual humour and strong language throughout."