I Confess [Ev Crowe]

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Drama from award-winning writer E V Crowe about one man's investigation into himself.

Four important people didn't turn up to Henry and Anna's engagement party, and Anna has sent Henry to find out why.

After a bruising encounter with his ex-wife, Miranda, Henry has reached his daughter Gemma's flat.

Henry.... Lee Ross
Anna.... Kate O'Flynn
Gemma.... Karla Crome
Joe.... Lloyd Hutchinson
Writer.... E V Crowe
Director.... Abigail le Fleming

THE WRITER
E V Crowe won the Imison Award for the best debut radio drama in 2015 with HOW TO SAY GOODBYE PROPERLY, about a girl growing up in an army family. Her first play 'Kin' was nominated for the Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Awards, her second Royal Court play, 'Hero' was part of the Olivier Award winning Season in the Theatre Upstairs. Her most recent outing at The Royal Court was with THE SEWING GROUP in 2016. Other theatre work includes plays for Cardboard Citizens, the RSC and The Unicorn. TV includes GLUE for E4 and COMING UP for Channel 4.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2017.

After a bruising encounter with his ex-wife, Henry reaches his daughter Gemma's flat.

EV Crowe's drama about one man's investigation into himself.

03Joe2017042620201209 (BBC7)
20201210 (BBC7)
Drama from award-winning writer E V Crowe about one man's investigation into himself.

Four important people didn't turn up to Henry and Anna's engagement party, and Anna has sent Henry to find out why.

After difficult encounters with his ex-wife and his daughter, Henry is hoping for some comfort from his best friend, Joe.

Henry.... Lee Ross
Anna.... Kate O'Flynn
Joe.... Lloyd Hutchinson
Karen.... Lindsey Coulson
Writer.... E V Crowe
Director.... Abigail le Fleming

THE WRITER
E V Crowe won the Imison Award for the best debut radio drama in 2015 with HOW TO SAY GOODBYE PROPERLY, about a girl growing up in an army family. Her first play 'Kin' was nominated for the Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Awards, her second Royal Court play, 'Hero' was part of the Olivier Award winning Season in the Theatre Upstairs. Her most recent outing at The Royal Court was with THE SEWING GROUP in 2016. Other theatre work includes plays for Cardboard Citizens, the RSC and The Unicorn. TV includes GLUE for E4 and COMING UP for Channel 4.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2017.

Drama from award-winning writer EV Crowe about one man's investigation into himself.

EV Crowe's drama about one man's investigation into himself.

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20201211 (BBC7)
Drama from award-winning writer E V Crowe about one man's investigation into himself.

Four important people didn't turn up to Henry and Anna's engagement party, and Anna has sent Henry to find out why.

Henry's come to see his colleague Karen, the final name on the list. But his party is the last thing on her mind: Vicky Cranshaw, the victim of a domestic violence case she and Henry worked on, has been murdered.

Henry.... Lee Ross
Anna.... Kate O'Flynn
Joe.... Lloyd Hutchinson
Karen.... Lindsey Coulson
Writer.... E V Crowe
Director.... Abigail le Fleming

THE WRITER
E V Crowe won the Imison Award for the best debut radio drama in 2015 with HOW TO SAY GOODBYE PROPERLY, about a girl growing up in an army family. Her first play 'Kin' was nominated for the Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Awards, her second Royal Court play, 'Hero' was part of the Olivier Award winning Season in the Theatre Upstairs. Her most recent outing at The Royal Court was with THE SEWING GROUP in 2016. Other theatre work includes plays for Cardboard Citizens, the RSC and The Unicorn. TV includes GLUE for E4 and COMING UP for Channel 4.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2017.

Henry comes to talk to colleague Karen, who is worried about a domestic violence victim.

EV Crowe's drama about one man's investigation into himself.

05Anna2017042820201211 (BBC7)
20201212 (BBC7)
Drama from award-winning writer E V Crowe about one man's investigation into himself.

Four important people didn't turn up to Henry and Anna's engagement party, and Henry's been to see them all, as Anna wanted him to. They've blamed the way he's treated them in the past, but he swears he's changed. However on his return home Anna, filled with misgivings and unnecessarily worried about an important exam, has told Henry that she doesn't want to marry him anymore.

It's time for Henry to choose who he wants to be...

Henry.... Lee Ross
Anna.... Kate O'Flynn
Miranda.... Jill Halfpenny
Gemma.... Karla Crome
Writer.... E V Crowe
Director.... Abigail le Fleming

THE WRITER
E V Crowe won the Imison Award for the best debut radio drama in 2015 with HOW TO SAY GOODBYE PROPERLY, about a girl growing up in an army family. Her first play 'Kin' was nominated for the Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Awards, her second Royal Court play, 'Hero' was part of the Olivier Award winning Season in the Theatre Upstairs. Her most recent outing at The Royal Court was with THE SEWING GROUP in 2016. Other theatre work includes plays for Cardboard Citizens, the RSC and The Unicorn. TV includes GLUE for E4 and COMING UP for Channel 4.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2017.

Henry's fiancee Anna tells him that she does not want to marry him anymore.

EV Crowe's drama about one man's investigation into himself.