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Microsoap

Synopsis

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Second in a seven-part comedy-drama about a brother and sister whose parents have separated. Joe and Emily meet Roger's kids - the children from hell - and wonder if Mum having a boyfriend is such a good idea. Then Attila the Hun arrives with 20,000 horsemen.
Joe PAUL TERRY. Emily REBECCA HUNTER , Attila the Hun and others RICHARD DIXON , David RYAN
CARTWRIGHT, Felicity LUCY EVANS. Robbie ALBEY BROOKES. Colin JEFFRAWLE. Jane SUZANNE
BURDEN, Roger IVAN KAYE , Jennifer LOU GISH
Written by Mark Haddon
Repeated next Sunday on BBC2

Contributors

Unknown: Joe Paul Terry.
Unknown: Emily Rebecca Hunter
Unknown: Richard Dixon
Unknown: David Ryan
Unknown: Felicity Lucy Evans.
Unknown: Robbie Albey
Unknown: Jane Suzanne
Unknown: Roger Ivan Kaye
Unknown: Jennifer Lou Gish
Written By: Mark Haddon

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