Consideration

By Robert Messik.Eleanor Balaam did not hesitate to donate a kidney to her husband when he needed it.

But two years later Peter left her and their children for another woman.

Now Eleanor is suing him for the return of her kidney.Is Eleanor's motivation purely vindictive? Or does she actually have a legal right to get back her kidney? Has a contract been made and broken?

Episodes

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Eleanor....Tracy-ann ObermanPeter....Paul BownEleanor's Barrister/Simon....Richard DerringonPeter's Barrister/Mary....Tracy WilesAlexia/Miss Tonnel....Alison PettittTony/Judge....Andrew SachsDr Rosen/Ben Grant....David BannermanProducer/Director David Ian Neville
2006062320090424By Robert Messik. Eleanor did not hesitate to donate a kidney to her husband when he needed it. But two years later Peter left her and their children for another woman. Now she is suing him for the return of her kidney.

Eleanor....Tracy-Ann Oberman

  • alexia....alison pettitt

  • dr rosen....david bannerman

    directed by david ian neville.

    eleanor's barrister....richard derrington

  • peter's barrister....tracy wiles

  • peter....paul bown

  • tony....andrew sachs

  • ben grant....david bannerman

    by robert messik. eleanor sues her ex-husband for the return of the kidney she donated

  • judge....andrew sachs
  • mary....tracy wiles
  • miss tonnel....alison pettitt
  • simon....richard derrington