Watch the latest in our series with the former actor from The Bill, Graham Cole, as he meets people from the region who have had a change in career later in life.
This time Graham's in north Norfolk, meeting a man who used to be responsible for thousands of airport passengers, but swapped it for a more peaceful, and picturesque, form of transport.
Changing jobs, professions and careers can be a tough transition to make especially if it is a shift that forced by redundancy in later life.
The actor Graham Cole, who played PC Tony Stamp from ITV's The Bill, has been to a training centre in Houghton Regis in Bedfordshire, to see how some are making that leap, to change their life.
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There was a time in Britain that when you began a job at the start your working life it could be a career that took you to all the way to retirement.
These days, in hard and uncertain economic times, people are more likely to change careers.
Sometimes it's a planned shift of occupation but often it can before forced by redundancy.
Actor Graham Cole played PC Tony Stamp in the ITV drama _The Bill _for 25 years and is now presenting a series of reports for ITV News Anglia.
In his first film Graham meets Malcolm Fisher who lost his job in a bank and now works as a warden in Sheringham Park in Norfolk.
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Click on the links below for more help and advice on changing careers:
National Careers Service
Citizens Advice Bureau
Skills Funding Agency
The Learning Curve