Listen To Your Parents

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20071012 BT=1015 (BBC7)Benjamin Zephaniah's drama portrays domestic violence as seen through the eyes of a boy who loves football and poetry.
20071012 BT=2115 (BBC7)Benjamin Zephaniah's drama portrays domestic violence as seen through the eyes of a boy who loves football and poetry.
20071013 BT=0215 (BBC7)Benjamin Zephaniah's drama portrays domestic violence as seen through the eyes of a boy who loves football and poetry.
20050825 BT=1300 (BBC7)Benjamin Zephaniah's drama portrays domestic violence as seen through the eyes of a football and poetry-loving boy. Part of BBC Voices.
20050826 (BBC7)Benjamin Zephaniah's drama portrays domestic violence as seen through the eyes of a football and poetry-loving boy. Part of BBC Voices.
20091023 BT=2115 (BBC7)Benjamin Zephaniah's drama portrays domestic violence through the eyes of a boy.
20091024 BT=0215 (BBC7)Benjamin Zephaniah's drama portrays domestic violence through the eyes of a boy.
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Benjamin Zephaniah's drama portrays domestic violence through the eyes of a football and poetry loving boy.

With James Smith.

Benjamin Zephaniah's drama portrays domestic violence through the eyes of a boy.

Benjamin Zephaniah's drama portrays domestic violence as seen through the eyes of a football-and-poetry-loving boy.

Benjamin Zephaniah's drama portrays domestic violence as seen through the eyes of a boy who loves football and poetry.

The story of a ten-year-old boy from BIRMINGHAM who lives with a violent father, coping only with the aid of his talents for poetry and football.

With James Smith, Charlie Ryan, Flo Wilson and Burt Caesar.

Directed by Pauline Harris.

Living with his violent dad, 10-year-old Mark captures his thoughts on life and football in simple poems.

Stars James Smith.