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40 Minutes


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Do You Still Love Me? In step-families, new relationships have to be formed, and love can be won - and lost.
Sarah and Julia [text removed] had been living alone with their mother Alison when Frank and his two children moved in. Suddenly, two families, with different histories, are thrown together in one small cramped cottage. Sue [text removed] was left on her own when she split up from her husband, with no money and three children in a council flat in York.
Eventually Keith came into her life. Ten-year-old Jack is far from happy. He just wants his dad back.
RAF Fit Lt Mike [text removed] and his three children met Ruth, a single parent with two children. The happy new family is now extended -
Mike and Ruth have a baby daughter, [text removed]. But the tensions can still be dramatic. Assistant producer CATRINE CLAY Film editor GRAHAM SHIPPHAM Producer MICHAEL WALDMAN Editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
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Unknown: Julia [text removed]
Unknown: Lt Mike [text removed]
Producer: Michael Waldman
Editor: Edward Mirzoeff

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