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Screen Two: Nervous Energy

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A love story, written by Howard Schuman, launching the Red Ribbon season.
Starring Alfred Molina, Cal Macaninch
Tom, a young Glaswegian, is living in London and has Aids. Against the advice of Ira, his partner, he decides on a trip home, back to the family that rejected him and the friends he once was close to. Ira has to rescue him from the resulting mayhem. See today's choices.
Producer Ann Scott ; Director Jean Stewart
The Red Ribbon season continues with Horizon on Monday at 8.00pm
♦ See This Week: page 10

Contributors

Written By: Howard Schuman
Unknown: Alfred Molina
Unknown: Cal MacAninch
Producer: Ann Scott
Director: Jean Stewart
Ira: Alfred Molina
Tom: Cal MacAninch
Ian: John McGlynn
Joyce: Siobhan Redmond
Tom's mother: Annette Crosbie
Tom's father: Joseph Brady
Elaine: Caroline Guthrie
Belfast John: Robert Donovan
Nicholas: Gary Cady
Noah: Kal Weber
DrMike: William Scott Masson
Jackie: Marian McLoughlin
Sheena: Mabel Aitken
Bob: Richard Good
Arnie: Neil Conrich
David: Tony Curran
Neuro John: Keith Hutcheon
LizDwyer: Francine Morgan
Sandra: Isobel Raine
Bonsey: Sharon Hinds
Angus: Craig Smith
Barry: John Kazek






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