Ruth Jones is, in my opinion, one of the wittiest writers in British television at the moment. Not only does she produce some of the cleverest ideas for the small screen, she also stars in them. Her latest offering, Stella, is what has been keeping me amused over the last few weeks.

Based on the life of a 42-year-old single mother living in the Welsh valleys, Stella contains down-to-earth, everyday humour, which appeals to my sense of fun. While struggling to come to terms with a son in prison, a pregnant teenage daughter and the reawakening of her own sexuality, Stella is then faced with the return of her childhood sweetheart to her home town.

I am not as talented as the remarkable Ruth Jones and simply can’t do justice to how amusing and real Stella is, so YOURLifeChoices has four copies of it to giveaway on DVD.

To win a copy of Stella, simply email [email protected] the answer to the following question:
Q. Where is Stella set?

Don’t forget to include your full name and mailing address.

Written by Debbie McTaggart