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The Passion

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Beginning a three part drama, starring Paul Nicholls and Gina McKee.
Daniel, a professional actor, arrives in a North Devon village to play Jesus in a production of the Passion play. His presence draws a lot of attention - not least from the happily married Ellie. Continues tomorrow at 9pm. See today's choices.
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A passion for Paul: page 6

Contributors

Writer: Mick Ford
Producer: Miriam Segal
Director: Catherine Morshead
Daniel: Paul Nicholls
Ellie: Gina McKee
Neil: Alastair Galbraith
George: Freddie Jones
Postman: Jack Hulland
Gregory: Jack Hulland
Alice: Jemima Rooper
Jane: Roberta Taylor
Dave: David Hargreaves
Marjorie: Amanda Walker
Clare: Juliet Cowan
Ron: Peter Wight
Michael: Richard Graham
Martin: Adrian Scarborough
Geoff: David Mahoney
Noah: David Mahoney
Robert: Steve Bennet
Mrs Noah: Steve Bennet
Andy: Richard Allen
Tom: John Surman
Christopher: Jason Done
Barmaid: Kelly Fitton

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