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Flesh and Blood


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Drama starring Christopher Eccleston, first shown last year. A man, adopted at birth, discovers that his biological parents are learning disabled. Contains strong language.


Written By: Peter Bowker
Producer: Derek Wax
Director: Julian Farino
Joe Broughton: Christopher Eccleston
Cath: Emma Cunniffe
Barbara: Barbara Marten
Ethel: Jean Heywood
Eddie: Stephen Graham
Harry: Peter Kirby
Janet: Dorothy Cockin
Phil: Conor Ryan
Vicar: Stephen Chapman
Mrs Lowther: Mary Cunningham
Mr Lowther: Peter Lorenzelli
Judith: Lisa Millett
Andrew: Smug Roberts
Vicky: Jennifer Hennessy
Health visitor: Amanda Fairclough
Doctor: Meriel Scholfield
Man at door: Steve Evets
Neighbour: Des Cummings
Seaworld man: Steve Garti
Man in park: Steve Hillman
Pub quizmaster: Tony Monroe

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