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The complete five series of the E4 comedy drama following a gang of five teenage outsiders who find themselves saddled with strange superpowers after getting caught in a flash storm while on Community Service. Party-girl Alisha (Antonia Thomas) can now send people into a sexual frenzy with just one touch, hard-as-nails Kelly (Lauren Socha) can suddenly hear people's thoughts, while one-time sporting hero Curtis (Nathan Stewart Jarrett) discovers he has the ability to turn back time. Even painfully shy nerd Simon (Iwan Rheon) finds he has the ability to make himself invisible - which is what he has always felt. Smart-aleck Nathan (Robert Sheehan) seems to be the only member of the ASBO gang unaffected by the storm. The mystery of how he got his Community Service order in the first place remains unanswered; all anyone knows is there was a mysterious incident involving some pick-n-mix...
All four episodes from the second series of the BBC crime drama following the lives of women whose loved ones are serving prison sentences. In this series, two new characters appear - happily married Kim (Sally Carman), whose world is rocked when her husband is remanded after being accused of a hideous crime - and bride-to-be Aisling (Karla Crome), who wants her father to behave in prison so that he'll get out in time for the wedding. Meanwhile, with her gangster husband Paul (Iain Glen) still inside, Francesca (Polly Walker) is left feeling vulnerable when her home suffers an arson attack; and Harriet (Pippa Haywood) is relieved when her inmate son Gavin (Adam Gillen) manages to befriend a group of Muslims. However, as she soon discovers, things are not always what they seem.
People talk. Rumours spread. No one approves. In greasy spoons and hotel rooms, two young believers are reluctantly falling in love. Gabby and Mush are united by a mutual love of hummus, but they remain stubbornly at odds over faith and family ties. Cultural pressures and contemporary life collide in this stirring new play by Karla Crome. Mush and Me was inspired by lead actress' Great Aunty Nancy, who is a 101-year-old Jewish woman. When she was in her early twenties she received a marriage proposal from a non-Jewish man. She declined on account of her family's disapproval. What is the modern-day equivalent? The idea of a fractious flirtation between a Jewish girl and a Muslim guy took seed, and Gabby and Mush were born. Theirs is a modern love story for multicultural Britain, which asks: are interfaith relationships limiting or liberating? Do they constitute a mark of betrayal or a sign of progress?
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