Full Blown

Shortlisted for The Imison Award 2004

Roz is 30 years old, middle class, clean living and healthy. She has no dark secrets, no skeletons in the closet. But one day she develops a nasty cough. Two weeks later she is fighting for her life. She is HIV; she has full-blown AIDS.

First Broadcast:

Friday 28th November 2003 at 21:00 on BBC Radio 4

Production Credits:

Writer: Anita Sullivan
Cast: Claire Skinner (Roz), Dona Croll (Pharmacist/Matron/Nurse/Receptionist/Phone Voice), David Holt (Ed/Bob/Paramedic1/Team Leader/Train Announcements), Clive Wedderburn (Harvey), Daniel Ryan (Duncan/Video Voice/Counsellor), Charlie Simpson (Mark/Nathan), David Collings (Doctor), Ian Masters (Father/Doctor2/Paramedic2/Guard Trolley/Man/Graham), Joanne Good (Mother/Passenger on Train & Bus/Toy) & Will Nichols Rose, Henry Golding, Jack Healey, Joey Scoging Bear as Halloween Children.
Broadcast Assistant: Sarah Tombling
Sound Engineer: David Thomas
Director: Karen Rose
Music: Original music by Joseph Young, Greensleeves (unknown artist), Im Still Standing by Elton John & performed by John/Taupin Big Pig Music Ltd, Merry Xmas Everyone by Holder/Lea & performed by Slade, Hallelujah Chorus by Handel & performed by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (and chorus conducted by Sir Thomas Beechan) & Moon River by Henry Mancini/Johnny Mercer & performed by Danny Williams

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