Selina: I'll get up about six in the morning, sometimes earlier if I got to finish any work. Uhm, I get all my stuff ready to get, to go to college. And then, uhm, I, like, have a shower; get dressed; have breakfast; make sure I've got everything together. Then I'll, like, say “Bye” to my mum, cause she's already up; my brother's already up, so everybody's rushing round. Uh, my brother leaves out the house first. Then I leave about twenty-five past eight to catch the eight-thirty bus, which is, the bus-stop's only round the corner. Uhm, then takes me about forty-five minutes to get to Stroud on the bus. And I get there about ten past nine. Then we got to start at half nine. So we get in and if we've already got a project set up then we get on with what we've got to do. And then that's, like, until about four, then I catch the ten past four bus home. Then when I get home I put all my stuff upstairs and I'll come down and I'll, like, tidy the kitchen; uhm, make something to eat; and my brother'll come in; he'll eat what I've made. Uhm, then I'll go upstairs to my room and finish off work I've got to do and then I always leave, like, uhm, half an hour before I go to bed, about - depends how much work I've got to do - about ten or eleven, to read a book before I go to bed. Read some of my book and then I'll go to sleep about eleven; try not to go to bed later than that. Then I get up again in the morning.
Andy: Uh, and if you had to work in Cheltenham at, uhm, TK's
Andy: uhm, would that be on a day when you're at college sometimes?
Selina: Uhm, sometimes, so, I'd leave with all my stuff from college and catch the Cheltenham bus from Stroud for four o'clock. So I'd leave about ten past, ten to four and get there f, uhm, to the bus-stop for four o'clock. Then catch the quarter past four bus to Cheltenham and then get there for five and then work until nine and then I'll come home with my mum. My mum'll come and pick me up or I'll catch the bus back home. And then I'll get home and make some tea and then, uhm, do some more college work and then go to bed. So I get home about ten, so then I'll do about an hours work on what I've got to do and then I'll go to bed.
Andy: So you, you don't eat until after ten o'clock?
Selina: Uhm, yeah, sometimes in the week.
Andy: How many days a week would that be your routine?
Selina: Uhm, it depends: cause I'm at college I can choose, like, different shifts that I want to do. So I don't have to work in the week, but then if I need the money, like at the end of the month, I, like, ask for extra hours or they give me certain hours and if I can't do it, then I'll swap with somebody. And, but usually I'll just work on the weekend if I've got so much work to do in the week.
Andy: So at weekends, would that be daytime at the weekend? That's Sat, has Saturday and Sunday?
Selina: Saturday and Sunday I'd work, like, sometimes I'd work nine till seven on a Saturday and I'd come in at eleven on a Sunday and work till five. Or, it depends, if I want to work, I can work four hours on each day. Or I'll just work on the Saturday, then I'll take the Sunday off and work the weekend after. And then once we've worked, like, uhm, two weekends we get the other weekend off, so that's when I can do, like, loads and loads of college work.
 Stroud is a town to the south of Gloucester.
 Cheltenham is a town to the north-east of Gloucester.
 TK's refers to TK-Maxx, a nationwide chain of retail stores that sell designer label clothes at discount prices.