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Fight for the Remote Episode 7 - : The Wake-Up Call

Mark Adams

Fight For The Remote. Episode Seven: The Wake-Up Call "God, I need to be bereaved. I could do with losing a few pounds". Jon, Keren and Grub accompany Alice to the funeral of a uni friend called Boris. Jon wants to know how good a friend the deceased was; Alice wants to know how he died. Will their respective quests for knowledge end in tears or laughter? Written by Mark Adams. Directed by Dexter O'Neill. THE CAST; ALICE Ayesha Antoine; JON Andrew Hayden-Smith; KEREN Helen Oakleigh; GRUB Daniel King; VARIOUS VOICES Sean Connolly & Cliff Chapman with HAPPY AZIZ Neil D’Souza. Recorded at Orpheus Studios. Theme Tune by Manike Music. Additional Music by James Dunlop. Post Production by Robbie Dunlop. A Fantom Films Production 2011. Warning some scenes contain strong language and themes of a sexual nature.

Fight For The Remote. Episode Seven: The Wake-Up Call "God, I need to be bereaved. I could do with losing a few pounds". Jon, Keren and Grub accompany Alice to the funeral of a uni friend called Boris. Jon wants to know how good a friend the deceased was; Alice wants to know how he died. Will their respective quests for knowledge end in tears or laughter? Written by Mark Adams. Directed by Dexter O'Neill. THE CAST; ALICE Ayesha Antoine; JON Andrew Hayden-Smith; KEREN Helen Oakleigh; GRUB Daniel King; VARIOUS VOICES Sean Connolly & Cliff Chapman with HAPPY AZIZ Neil D’Souza. Recorded at Orpheus Studios. Theme Tune by Manike Music. Additional Music by James Dunlop. Post Production by Robbie Dunlop. A Fantom Films Production 2011. Warning some scenes contain strong language and themes of a sexual nature.
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Fight For The Remote. Episode Seven: The Wake-Up Call "God, I need to be bereaved. I could do with losing a few pounds". Jon, Keren and Grub accompany Alice to the funeral of a uni friend called Boris. Jon wants to know how good a friend the deceased was; Alice wants to know how he died. Will their respective quests for knowledge end in tears or laughter? Written by Mark Adams. Directed by Dexter O'Neill. THE CAST; ALICE Ayesha Antoine; JON Andrew Hayden-Smith; KEREN Helen Oakleigh; GRUB Daniel King; VARIOUS VOICES Sean Connolly & Cliff Chapman with HAPPY AZIZ Neil D’Souza. Recorded at Orpheus Studios. Theme Tune by Manike Music. Additional Music by James Dunlop. Post Production by Robbie Dunlop. A Fantom Films Production 2011. Warning some scenes contain strong language and themes of a sexual nature.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Julia Dawn, Ayesha Antoine, Andrew Hayden-Smith, Helen Oakleigh

Length:

31m


Chapters

Free Sample

01:30

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

31:32