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0120150720

0120150720

1/5. A Glasgow lawyer arrives at a police station

to represent three drunken women - only to find they are her relatives.

When they discover they share the BRCA2 cancer gene, they become

unexpectedly caught up in each other's lives. By Ann Marie Di Mambro.

Other parts are played by the cast.

Producer/director: Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.

0120150720

Glasgow lawyer Rachel arrives at a police station to represent three drunken women.

0120150720

Glasgow lawyer Rachel arrives at a police station to represent three drunken women.

1/5. A Glasgow lawyer arrives at a police station

to represent three drunken women - only to find they are her relatives.

When they discover they share the BRCA2 cancer gene, they become

unexpectedly caught up in each other's lives. By Ann Marie Di Mambro.

Other parts are played by the cast.

Producer/director: Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.

0220150721

0220150721

2/5. A Glasgow lawyer has to deal with the wayward relatives she's been brought up to ignore when

they discover they share the BRCA2 cancer gene.

Unlikely allies Rachel and Marilyn begin to bond - until Rachel accuses Marilyn of stealing.

By Ann Marie Di Mambro.

Other parts are played by the cast.

Producer/director: Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.

0220150721

Unlikely allies Rachel and Marilyn begin to bond, until Rachel accuses Marilyn of stealing

0220150721

Unlikely allies Rachel and Marilyn begin to bond, until Rachel accuses Marilyn of stealing

2/5. A Glasgow lawyer has to deal with the wayward relatives she's been brought up to ignore when

they discover they share the BRCA2 cancer gene.

By Ann Marie Di Mambro.

Other parts are played by the cast.

Producer/director: Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.

0320150722

0320150722

3/5. A Glasgow lawyer has to deal with the wayward relatives she's been brought up to ignore when they discover they share the BRCA2 cancer gene.

Josie seeks advice from Rachel when she admits she's been lying to the rest of the family.

By Ann Marie Di Mambro

Other parts are played by the cast.

Producer/director: Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.

0320150722

Josie seeks advice from Rachel when she admits she's been lying to the rest of the family.

0320150722

Josie seeks advice from Rachel when she admits she's been lying to the rest of the family.

3/5. A Glasgow lawyer has to deal with the wayward relatives she's been brought up to ignore when they discover they share the BRCA2 cancer gene.

By Ann Marie Di Mambro

Other parts are played by the cast.

Producer/director: Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.

0420150723

0420150723

4/5. A Glasgow lawyer has to deal with the wayward relatives she's been brought up to ignore when they discover they share the BRCA2 cancer gene. Drama by Ann Marie Di Mambro.

Bobby seeks out his ex-wife and daughter to explain the risks of the BRCA2 gene.

Other parts are played by the cast.

Producer/director: Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.

0420150723

Bobby seeks out his ex-wife and daughter to explain the risks of the BRCA2 gene.

0420150723

Bobby seeks out his ex-wife and daughter to explain the risks of the BRCA2 gene.

4/5. A Glasgow lawyer has to deal with the wayward relatives she's been brought up to ignore when they discover they share the BRCA2 cancer gene. Drama by Ann Marie Di Mambro.

Other parts are played by the cast.

Producer/director: Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.

0520150724

0520150724

5/5. A Glasgow lawyer has to deal with the wayward relatives she's been brought up to ignore when they discover they share the BRCA2 cancer gene. Drama by Ann Marie Di Mambro.

When her boss offers her a promotion Rachel has to decide where her loyalties lie.

Other parts are played by the cast.

Producer/director: Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.

0520150724

When her boss offers her a promotion, Rachel has to decide where her loyalties lie.

0520150724

When her boss offers her a promotion, Rachel has to decide where her loyalties lie.

5/5. A Glasgow lawyer has to deal with the wayward relatives she's been brought up to ignore when they discover they share the BRCA2 cancer gene. Drama by Ann Marie Di Mambro.

Other parts are played by the cast.

Producer/director: Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.