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Ways to Leave Your Lover


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Five short dramas exploring the break-up of relationships. Sweetnightgoodheart Saying it's over is not easy, as one couple find. With David Tennant and Kate Ashfield. Written/directed by Dan Zeff Unscrew. Two ex-lovers find the division of belongings hard. With Douglas Henshall , Emma Fielding. Written/directed by Clara Glynn
Stag. The end of a stag night leaves a couple with a lot of thinking to do. With Nitin Ganatra , Stuart Laing. Written/directed by Ian Iqbal Rashid Dog. The trials of falling in love on a run-down South London estate. With Joanne Hill, Freddie Cunliffe. Written/directed by Andrea Arnold
Dumping Elaine. What exactly are Eddie's intentions towards Elaine? With Susan Lynch , Matthew Delamare. Written/directed by Peter Lydon Executive producers Jeremy Howe and Hilary Salmon


Unknown: David Tennant
Unknown: Kate Ashfield.
Directed By: Dan Zeff
Unknown: Douglas Henshall
Directed By: Clara Glynn
Unknown: Nitin Ganatra
Unknown: Stuart Laing.
Directed By: Ian Iqbal Rashid
Unknown: Freddie Cunliffe.
Directed By: Andrea Arnold
Unknown: Susan Lynch
Unknown: Matthew Delamare.
Directed By: Peter Lydon
Producers: Jeremy Howe
Producers: Hilary Salmon

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Ways to Leave Your Lover

BBC Two England, 25 March 2003 23.20

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