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The a word Series 1 / BBC; Writer: Peter Bowker, Director: Peter Cattaneo

By: Cattaneo, Peter.
Copyright date: [2016]Description: DVD.Rating: M -Suitable for Mature Audiences 16 Years and over. Note: Sex scenes & offensive language.Uniform titles: The A word (Television program). Season 1. Subject(s): AUTISM | CHILDREN | BEHAVIOUR PROBLEMS | COMMUNICATION | FAMILY DYNAMICS | FICTIONActors: Christopher Eccleston, Lee Ingleby, Morven Christie, Greg McHugh, Vinette Robinson, Molly Wright, Max Vento Produced by: Fifty Fathoms and Keshet UK. Producer: Marcus Wilson. Executive Producers: Patrick Spence, Peter Bowker, Jenny Frayn, Keren Margalit, Sara Johnson, Avi Nir, Lucy Richer. Summary: "The A Word" is the story of the Hughes family who work and love and fight like every other family. Then their youngest son is diagnosed with autism and they don't feel like every other family anymore. They realise that if their son is ever going to communicate, they are going to have to learn how to communicate themselves. It's a funny and thought provoking series about parenthood and childhood and what it means to be different." - DVD CASE
List(s) this item appears in: Autism DVDs March 2017 & 2018CM | Fiction DVDs Oct 18 | Top Rated in 2018 | Recent DVDs 2019. Feb 2019 CM | Autism books and DVDs - highly rated .CM Aug 2019
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BBC One
Based on the Series Yellow Peppers by Keren Margalit

Actors: Christopher Eccleston, Lee Ingleby, Morven Christie, Greg McHugh, Vinette Robinson, Molly Wright, Max Vento
Produced by: Fifty Fathoms and Keshet UK. Producer: Marcus Wilson. Executive Producers: Patrick Spence, Peter Bowker, Jenny Frayn, Keren Margalit, Sara Johnson, Avi Nir, Lucy Richer.

"The A Word" is the story of the Hughes family who work and love and fight like every other family. Then their youngest son is diagnosed with autism and they don't feel like every other family anymore. They realise that if their son is ever going to communicate, they are going to have to learn how to communicate themselves. It's a funny and thought provoking series about parenthood and childhood and what it means to be different." - DVD CASE

M -Suitable for Mature Audiences 16 Years and over. Note: Sex scenes & offensive language.

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