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Pedro and Blanca
... Going Home
Pedro and Blanca are
9-year-old twins from
Colombia. At the age of 6 months they were discovered dying from hunger and disease at their remote home in the Andes mountains. They were adopted by a couple from
Norwich - a former Roman
Catholic priest and nun - and came to live in England, although inter-country adoption is officially discouraged here. Now the twins have returned to
Colombia. strangers in the country of their birth. With their adoptive parents they are going in search of their roots, of the people who saved their lives as babies, and of their first family.
Producer DICK MEADOWS
Everyman editor JANE DRABBLE

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