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Afternoon Play: Foreign Bodies


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A A trilogy of plays from three continents to mark
World Aids Day. Aids is a global epidemic with very different realities across the world. Asia: Kulsoom's Story
ByWasifSyed. A woman in Karachi, Pakistan, faces terrible consequences when Aids hits her family
Africa: Amadi's Story
ByCajetan Boy. A teenager in Nairobi, Kenya, struggles to keep the family together after he loses his parents to Aids. Amadi Edson Lidonde
Mother Caroline Odongo
Europe: Erik's Story
By Coen Antonisse and Andre Witbreuk. Erik has Aids and after many years living in Amsterdam on triple combination therapy, things start to change for him. He has unenviable decisions to make.
Director Turan Ali


Unknown: Amadi Edson Lidonde
Story By: Coen Antonisse
Story By: Andre Witbreuk.
Director: Turan Ali
Kulsoom: Saman Nasir
Imran: Kashlf Khan
Amman: Nasir Kanwal
Sadaf: Farzana Khan
Policeman: Tausee Fayaz
Erik: Xan Der Straat
John: Marc Bellamy
Jan/Hans: Ad Knippels

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Afternoon Play: Foreign Bodies

BBC Radio 4 FM, 1 December 2000 14.15

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