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Tsunami, the Aftermath

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DRAMA OF THE WEEK
1/2. Thought-provoking drama from award-winning writer Abi Morgan , that uses personal stories to ask what can be learnt from the 2004 tsunami in South East Asia.
In Thailand, a British couple who have lost their daughter, a hard-bitten journalist rediscovering his vocation, a Thai survivor fighting for his land, a civil servant trying and failing to manage an impossible situation, and a mother fighting to get her injured son back to the UK, are all struggling to come to terms with the devastation wrouaht bv the tsunami.
Producer Finola Dwyer ; Director Bharat Narulli Force of nature: page 20

Contributors

Unknown: Abi Morgan
Producer: Finola Dwyer
Director: Bharat Narulli
Nick Fraser: Tim Roth
Ian Carter: Chiwetel Ejiofor
Susie Carter: Sophie Okonedo
Tony Whittaker: Hugh Bonneville
Kathy Graham: Toni Collette
Kim Peabody: Gina McKee
Than: Samrit MacHielsen
Chai Will: Yun Lee
Ellen Webb: Kate Ashfield
Simone: Aure Atika
Joe Meddler: Leon Ford
James Peabody: Owen Teale
Peer Jarlsson: Jacek Koman
Pravat Meeko: Grirggiat Punpiputt
Martha Carter: Jazmyn Mabaso
Adam Peabody: George MacKay
John Peabody Morgan: David Jones
Dr Polsak: Gacian Jarusomboon
Bahn Burut: Tanapath Sinqamrat
Eva: Savannah Loney

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