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Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

Episodes

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20081102 BT=2230 (BBC7)

Simon McGrath is an arms dealer. Can he assuage his guilt and make his girlfriend happy at the same time? Joanna Page stars. Episode 1 of 4.

20081103 BT=0330 (BBC7)

Simon McGrath is an arms dealer. Can he assuage his guilt and make his girlfriend happy at the same time? Joanna Page stars. Episode 1 of 4.

20081116 BT=2230 (BBC7)

Will Simon blow the whistle on the murky world of international arms dealing? Darren Boyd and Joanna Page star. Episode 3 of 4.

20081117 BT=0330 (BBC7)

Will Simon blow the whistle on the murky world of international arms dealing? Darren Boyd and Joanna Page star. Episode 3 of 4.

20070926

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

1/4. Show Me You Care

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

Anna ...... Joanna Page

Boris ...... Lewis Macleod

Judith ...... Sarah Smart

Mother ...... Brigit Forsyth

Mr Njai ...... Ben Onwukwe

Followed by News.

20071003

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

2/4. A Wanting Man

While being interviewed by a friend of his sister, Simon gets the distinct impression that she might be attracted to him, despite being introduced as a morally contemptible worm. Should he put his theory to the test?

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

Anna ...... Joanna Page

Boris ...... Lewis Macleod

Judith ...... Sarah Smart

Mother ...... Brigit Forsyth

Sophie ...... Catherine Shepherd

Followed by News.

"Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

2/4. A Wanting Man

While being interviewed by a friend of his sister, Simon gets the distinct impression that she might be attracted to him, despite being introduced as a morally contemptible worm. Should he put his theory to the test?

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

Anna ...... Joanna Page

Boris ...... Lewis Macleod

Judith ...... Sarah Smart

Mother ...... Brigit Forsyth

Sophie ...... Catherine Shepherd

Followed by News.

"

20071010

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

3/4. Loose Lips Sink Ships

Judith's new boyfriend Ol turns out not to be the man everyone thought he was. Simon discovers that he has been taped giving out highly secret and sensitive information.

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

Anna ...... Joanna Page

Boris ...... Lewis Macleod

Judith ...... Sarah Smart

Angela ...... Brigit Forsyth

Ol ...... Nicholas Boulton

Followed by News.

20071017

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

4/4. Whatever Happened to the Unlikely Lad?

Persuaded by his girlfriend and family, Simon attends his school reunion, determined that no one should find out what he does for a living.

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

Anna ...... Joanna Page

Boris ...... Lewis Macleod

Judith ...... Sarah Smart

Angela ...... Brigit Forsyth

Mr Kendall ...... John Dougal

Followed by News.

"Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

4/4. Whatever Happened to the Unlikely Lad?

Persuaded by his girlfriend and family, Simon attends his school reunion, determined that no one should find out what he does for a living.

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

Anna ...... Joanna Page

Boris ...... Lewis Macleod

Judith ...... Sarah Smart

Angela ...... Brigit Forsyth

Mr Kendall ...... John Dougal

Followed by News.

"

20080708

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

1/4. Show Me You Care

Simon McGrath likes to think of himself as a good citizen. He donates blood, recycles his newspapers and has adopted two tigers. He just also happens to be an arms dealer.

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

Anna ...... Joanna Page

Boris ...... Lewis Macleod

Judith ...... Sarah Smart

Mother ...... Brigit Forsyth

Mr Njai ...... Ben Onwukwe

"Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

1/4. Show Me You Care

Simon McGrath likes to think of himself as a good citizen. He donates blood, recycles his newspapers and has adopted two tigers. He just also happens to be an arms dealer.

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

Anna ...... Joanna Page

Boris ...... Lewis Macleod

Judith ...... Sarah Smart

Mother ...... Brigit Forsyth

Mr Njai ...... Ben Onwukwe

"

20080715

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

2/4. A Wanting Man

While being interviewed by a friend of his sister, Simon gets the distinct impression that she might be attracted to him, despite being introduced as a morally contemptible worm. Should he put his theory to the test?

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

Anna ...... Joanna Page

Boris ...... Lewis Macleod

Judith ...... Sarah Smart

Mother ...... Brigit Forsyth

Sophie ...... Catherine Shepherd

"Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

2/4. A Wanting Man

While being interviewed by a friend of his sister, Simon gets the distinct impression that she might be attracted to him, despite being introduced as a morally contemptible worm. Should he put his theory to the test?

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

Anna ...... Joanna Page

Boris ...... Lewis Macleod

Judith ...... Sarah Smart

Mother ...... Brigit Forsyth

Sophie ...... Catherine Shepherd

"

20080722

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

3/4. Loose Lips Sink Ships

Judith's new boyfriend Ol turns out not to be the man everyone thought he was. Simon discovers that he has been taped giving out highly secret and sensitive information.

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

Anna ...... Joanna Page

Boris ...... Lewis Macleod

Judith ...... Sarah Smart

Angela ...... Brigit Forsyth

Ol ...... Nicholas Boulton

20080729

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

4/4. Whatever Happened to the Unlikely Lad?

Persuaded by his girlfriend and family, Simon attends his school reunion, determined that no one should find out what he does for a living.

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

Anna ...... Joanna Page

Boris ...... Lewis Macleod

Judith ...... Sarah Smart

Angela ...... Brigit Forsyth

Mr Kendall ...... John Dougal

"Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

4/4. Whatever Happened to the Unlikely Lad?

Persuaded by his girlfriend and family, Simon attends his school reunion, determined that no one should find out what he does for a living.

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

Anna ...... Joanna Page

Boris ...... Lewis Macleod

Judith ...... Sarah Smart

Angela ...... Brigit Forsyth

Mr Kendall ...... John Dougal

"

A Wanting Man20081110 BT=0330 (BBC7)
20081109 BT=2230 (BBC7)

Simon is an arms dealer who can't understand why anyone would hold this against him. Stars Laurence Howarth and Joanna Page. Episode 2 of 4.

Simon is an arms dealer who can't understand why anyone would hold this against him. Stars Laurence Howarth and Joanna Page. Episode 2 of 4.

Whatever Happened to the Unlikely Lad?20081124 BT=0330 (BBC7)
20081123 BT=2230 (BBC7)

Simon is reluctant to attend his school reunion but ends up being the coolest kid.

Simon is reluctant to attend his school reunion but ends up being the coolest kid.

Simon is reluctant to attend his school reunion but ends up being the coolest kid in school. Darren Boyd stars. Episode 4 of 4.

Simon is reluctant to attend his school reunion but ends up being the coolest kid in school. Darren Boyd stars. Episode 4 of 4.

1Show Me You Care
2A Wanting Man
4 LASTWhatever Happened to the Unlikely Lad?

. Simon is reluctant to attend his school reunion but ends up being the coolest kid.

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. Simon is reluctant to attend his school reunion but ends up being the coolest kid.

[BBC7 BD=20081123 BT=2230]

11Show Me You Care20110426 (BBC7)
20110425 (BBC7)
20100822 (BBC7)

. Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and a needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and a needy girlfriend. Stars Darren Boyd. From September 2007.

. Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and a needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and a needy girlfriend. Stars Darren Boyd. From September 2007.

. Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and a needy girlfriend.

0101Show Me You Care20081102 (BBC7)
20121023 (BBC7)
20121022 (BBC7)
20070926 (BBC7)
20141112 (BBC7)

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend. Stars Darren Boyd. From September 2007.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend. Stars Darren Boyd. From September 2007.

0101Show Me You Care20170728 (BBC7)

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend.

0101Show Me You Care2007092620080708
20081102 (BBC7)
20081103 (BBC7)
20090426 (BBC7)
20100822 (BBC7)
20100829 (BBC7)
20100830 (BBC7)
20110425 (BBC7)
20110426 (BBC7)
20121022 (BBC7)
20121023 (BBC7)
20141112 (BBC7)
20170728 (BBC7)

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend. Stars Darren Boyd. From September 2007.

Simon McGrath likes to think of himself as a good citizen.

He donates blood, recycles his newspapers and has adopted two tigers.

He just also happens to be an arms dealer.

Simon McGrath is an arms dealer.

Can he assuage his guilt and make his girlfriend happy at the same time?

Simon McGrath is a guilt-ridden, caring arms dealer - with a needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and a needy girlfriend.

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend. Stars Darren Boyd. From September 2007.

Simon McGrath likes to think of himself as a good citizen.

He donates blood, recycles his newspapers and has adopted two tigers.

He just also happens to be an arms dealer.

Simon McGrath is an arms dealer.

Can he assuage his guilt and make his girlfriend happy at the same time?

Simon McGrath is a guilt-ridden, caring arms dealer - with a needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and a needy girlfriend.

"Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

Simon McGrath is an arms dealer. Can he assuage his guilt and make his girlfriend happy at the same time? Joanna Page stars.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend. Stars Darren Boyd. From September 2007.

Simon McGrath likes to think of himself as a good citizen.

He donates blood, recycles his newspapers and has adopted two tigers.

He just also happens to be an arms dealer.

Simon McGrath is an arms dealer.

Can he assuage his guilt and make his girlfriend happy at the same time?

Simon McGrath is a guilt-ridden, caring arms dealer - with a needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and a needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and a needy girlfriend. Stars Darren Boyd. From September 2007.

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

1/4. Show Me You Care

Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

Anna....Joanna Page

Boris....Lewis Macleod

Judith....Sarah Smart

Mother....Brigit Forsyth

Mr Njai....Ben Onwukwe

Simon McGrath likes to think of himself as a good citizen. He donates blood, recycles his newspapers and has adopted two tigers. He just also happens to be an arms dealer.

Simon McGrath is an arms dealer. Can he assuage his guilt and make his girlfriend happy at the same time? Joanna Page stars."

"Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend. Stars Darren Boyd. From September 2007.

Simon McGrath likes to think of himself as a good citizen.

He donates blood, recycles his newspapers and has adopted two tigers.

He just also happens to be an arms dealer.

Simon McGrath is an arms dealer.

Can he assuage his guilt and make his girlfriend happy at the same time?

Simon McGrath is a guilt-ridden, caring arms dealer - with a needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and a needy girlfriend.

"

"Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and his needy girlfriend. Stars Darren Boyd. From September 2007.

Simon McGrath likes to think of himself as a good citizen.

He donates blood, recycles his newspapers and has adopted two tigers.

He just also happens to be an arms dealer.

Simon McGrath is an arms dealer.

Can he assuage his guilt and make his girlfriend happy at the same time?

Simon McGrath is a guilt-ridden, caring arms dealer - with a needy girlfriend.

Guilt-ridden arms dealer Simon McGrath cares about the world and a needy girlfriend."

12A Wanting Man20110503 (BBC7)
20110502 (BBC7)
20100829 (BBC7)

. Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him.

Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him. Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

. Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him.

Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him. Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

. Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him.

0102A Wanting Man20081109 (BBC7)
20121030 (BBC7)
20121029 (BBC7)
20071003 (BBC7)
20141119 (BBC7)

Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him.

Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him. Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him.

Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him. Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

0102A Wanting Man20170804 (BBC7)

Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him.

0102A Wanting Man2007100320080715
20081109 (BBC7)
20081110 (BBC7)
20090503 (BBC7)
20100829 (BBC7)
20110502 (BBC7)
20110503 (BBC7)
20121029 (BBC7)
20121030 (BBC7)
20141119 (BBC7)
20170804 (BBC7)

Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him.

While being interviewed by a friend of his sister, Simon gets the distinct impression that she might be attracted to him, despite being introduced as a morally contemptible worm.

Should he put his theory to the test?

"Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him.

While being interviewed by a friend of his sister, Simon gets the distinct impression that she might be attracted to him, despite being introduced as a morally contemptible worm.

Should he put his theory to the test?

"

"Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him.

While being interviewed by a friend of his sister, Simon gets the distinct impression that she might be attracted to him, despite being introduced as a morally contemptible worm.

Should he put his theory to the test?"

"Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him.

While being interviewed by a friend of his sister, Simon gets the distinct impression that she might be attracted to him, despite being introduced as a morally contemptible worm.

Should he put his theory to the test?

Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him. Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

Simon is an arms dealer who can't understand why anyone would hold this against him. Stars Laurence Howarth and Joanna Page.

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

2/4. A Wanting Man

While being interviewed by a friend of his sister, Simon gets the distinct impression that she might be attracted to him, despite being introduced as a morally contemptible worm. Should he put his theory to the test?

Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

Anna....Joanna Page

Boris....Lewis Macleod

Judith....Sarah Smart

Mother....Brigit Forsyth

Sophie....Catherine Shepherd"

Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him.

Arms dealer Simon struggles to understand why other people hold his job against him. Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

13Loose Lips Sink Ships20110510 (BBC7)
20110509 (BBC7)
20100905 (BBC7)

. Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing?

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing? Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

. Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing?

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing? Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

. Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing?

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing? Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

. Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing?

0103Loose Lips Sink Ships20081116 (BBC7)
20121106 (BBC7)
20121105 (BBC7)
20071010 (BBC7)
20141126 (BBC7)

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing?

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing? Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing?

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing? Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

0103Loose Lips Sink Ships20170811 (BBC7)

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing?

0103Loose Lips Sink Ships2007101020080722
20081116 (BBC7)
20081117 (BBC7)
20090510 (BBC7)
20100905 (BBC7)
20110509 (BBC7)
20110510 (BBC7)
20121105 (BBC7)
20121106 (BBC7)
20141126 (BBC7)
20170811 (BBC7)

Will Simon blow the whistle on the murky world of international arms dealing? Darren Boyd and Joanna Page star.

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing?

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing? Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing? Stars Darren Boyd.

From October 2007.

Judith's new boyfriend Ol turns out not to be the man everyone thought he was.

Simon discovers that he has been taped giving out highly secret and sensitive information.

Will Simon blow the whistle on the murky world of international arms dealing?

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

3/4. Loose Lips Sink Ships

Judith's new boyfriend Ol turns out not to be the man everyone thought he was. Simon discovers that he has been taped giving out highly secret and sensitive information.

Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

Anna....Joanna Page

Boris....Lewis Macleod

Judith....Sarah Smart

Angela....Brigit Forsyth

Ol....Nicholas Boulton

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing?

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing? Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing? Stars Darren Boyd.

From October 2007.

Judith's new boyfriend Ol turns out not to be the man everyone thought he was.

Simon discovers that he has been taped giving out highly secret and sensitive information.

Will Simon blow the whistle on the murky world of international arms dealing?

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing?

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing? Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

Will Simon blow the whistle on his murky world of international arms dealing? Stars Darren Boyd.

From October 2007.

Judith's new boyfriend Ol turns out not to be the man everyone thought he was.

Simon discovers that he has been taped giving out highly secret and sensitive information.

Will Simon blow the whistle on the murky world of international arms dealing?

0104Whatever Happened to the Unlikely Lad?20170818 (BBC7)

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class?

0104 LASTWhatever Happened to the Unlikely Lad?20081123 (BBC7)
20121113 (BBC7)
20121112 (BBC7)
20071017 (BBC7)
20141203 (BBC7)

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class?

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class? Stars Darren Boyd.

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class?

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he be the coolest kid in class? Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

0104 LASTWhatever Happened To The Unlikely Lad?2007101720080729
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20121113 (BBC7)
20141203 (BBC7)
20170818 (BBC7)

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class?

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class? Stars Darren Boyd

Persuaded by his girlfriend and family, Simon attends his school reunion, determined that no one should find out what he does for a living.

Simon is reluctant to attend his school reunion but ends up being the coolest kid in school.

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he be the coolest kid in class? Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class?

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class? Stars Darren Boyd

Persuaded by his girlfriend and family, Simon attends his school reunion, determined that no one should find out what he does for a living.

Simon is reluctant to attend his school reunion but ends up being the coolest kid in school.

"Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

4/4. Whatever Happened to the Unlikely Lad?

Persuaded by his girlfriend and family, Simon attends his school reunion, determined that no one should find out what he does for a living.

Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

Anna....Joanna Page

Boris....Lewis Macleod

Judith....Sarah Smart

Angela....Brigit Forsyth

Mr Kendall....John Dougal

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class?

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class? Stars Darren Boyd

Simon is reluctant to attend his school reunion but ends up being the coolest kid in school.

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he be the coolest kid in class? Stars Darren Boyd. From October 2007.

Simon is reluctant to attend his school reunion but ends up being the coolest kid.

[BBC7 BD=20081124]

[BBC7 BD=20081123]

Simon is reluctant to attend his school reunion but ends up being the coolest kid in school. Darren Boyd stars."

"Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class?

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class? Stars Darren Boyd

Persuaded by his girlfriend and family, Simon attends his school reunion, determined that no one should find out what he does for a living.

Simon is reluctant to attend his school reunion but ends up being the coolest kid in school."

14 LASTWhatever Happened to the Unlikely Lad?20110517 (BBC7)
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. Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class?

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class? Stars Darren Boyd.

. Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class?

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class? Stars Darren Boyd.

. Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class?

Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class? Stars Darren Boyd.

. Arms dealer Simon dreads his school reunion, but could he end up the coolest kid in class?

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Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

Cast:

Simon Mcgrath..........................Darren Boyd

Anna Grieg...............................Joanna Page

Boris Kemal............................Lewis Macleod

Judith McGrath..........................Sarah Smart

Angela McGrath........................Brigit Forsyth

Madeleine Turnbull....................Rachel Atkins

Peter..........................................Gus Brown

Paramedic.....................................Philip Fox

Written by Laurence Howarth

Produced by Dawn Ellis.

Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

Cast:

Simon Mcgrath..........................Darren Boyd

Anna Grieg...............................Joanna Page

Boris Kemal............................Lewis Macleod

Judith McGrath..........................Sarah Smart

Angela McGrath........................Brigit Forsyth

Madeleine Turnbull....................Rachel Atkins

Peter..........................................Gus Brown

Paramedic.....................................Philip Fox

Written by Laurence Howarth

Produced by Dawn Ellis.

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Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

Stars Darren Boyd.

From April 2009.

Simon decides it's about time he and his colleagues prove they understand the true horrors of war by getting out there and actually fighting.

So it is that team Heathcote Sanders go paintballing.

Okay, so it's not quite the same as fighting in an actual war, but you can't expect Simon to take part in one of those - I mean, people actually die in those things.

So join Simon for one last time as he searches for the hero inside himself.

Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war. Stars Darren Boyd. From April 2009.

Stars Darren Boyd.

From April 2009.

Simon decides it's about time he and his colleagues prove they understand the true horrors of war by getting out there and actually fighting.

So it is that team Heathcote Sanders go paintballing.

Okay, so it's not quite the same as fighting in an actual war, but you can't expect Simon to take part in one of those - I mean, people actually die in those things.

So join Simon for one last time as he searches for the hero inside himself.

Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war. Stars Darren Boyd. From April 2009.

"Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

Stars Darren Boyd.

From April 2009.

Simon decides it's about time he and his colleagues prove they understand the true horrors of war by getting out there and actually fighting.

So it is that team Heathcote Sanders go paintballing.

Okay, so it's not quite the same as fighting in an actual war, but you can't expect Simon to take part in one of those - I mean, people actually die in those things.

So join Simon for one last time as he searches for the hero inside himself."

"Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war. Stars Darren Boyd. From April 2009.

Stars Darren Boyd.

From April 2009.

Simon decides it's about time he and his colleagues prove they understand the true horrors of war by getting out there and actually fighting.

So it is that team Heathcote Sanders go paintballing.

Okay, so it's not quite the same as fighting in an actual war, but you can't expect Simon to take part in one of those - I mean, people actually die in those things.

So join Simon for one last time as he searches for the hero inside himself."

"Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

Simon decides it's about time he and his colleagues prove they understand the true horrors of war by getting out there and actually fighting. So it is that team Heathcote Sanders go paintballing. Okay, so it's not quite the same as fighting in an actual war, but you can't expect Simon to take part in one of those - I mean, people actually die in those things. So join Simon for one last time as he searches for the hero inside himself.

Cast:

Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

Roger/Dave....Philip Fox

Guide....Gus Brown

Written by Laurence Howarth

Producer: Dawn Ellis.

Simon proves that he understands the true horrors of war by organising a paintballing trip

Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

Stars Darren Boyd.

From April 2009.

Simon decides it's about time he and his colleagues prove they understand the true horrors of war by getting out there and actually fighting.

So it is that team Heathcote Sanders go paintballing.

Okay, so it's not quite the same as fighting in an actual war, but you can't expect Simon to take part in one of those - I mean, people actually die in those things.

So join Simon for one last time as he searches for the hero inside himself.

Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war. Stars Darren Boyd. From April 2009.

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Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war. Stars Darren Boyd. From April 2009.

Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war. Stars Darren Boyd. From April 2009.

Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

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Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

Episode 1 : Brothers In Arms

Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

Cast:

Simon Mcgrath..........................Darren Boyd

Anna Grieg...............................Joanna Page

Boris Kemal............................Lewis Macleod

Judith McGrath..........................Sarah Smart

Angela McGrath........................Brigit Forsyth

Madeleine Turnbull....................Rachel Atkins

Peter..........................................Gus Brown

Paramedic.....................................Philip Fox

Written by Laurence Howarth

Produced by Dawn Ellis.

. Simon uses his 'flair for original ideas' to prove how bad he feels about doing his job.

"

Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

Episode 1 : Brothers In Arms

Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

Cast:

Simon Mcgrath..........................Darren Boyd

Anna Grieg...............................Joanna Page

Boris Kemal............................Lewis Macleod

Judith McGrath..........................Sarah Smart

Angela McGrath........................Brigit Forsyth

Madeleine Turnbull....................Rachel Atkins

Peter..........................................Gus Brown

Paramedic.....................................Philip Fox

Written by Laurence Howarth

Produced by Dawn Ellis.

. Simon uses his 'flair for original ideas' to prove how bad he feels about doing his job."

Synopsis

Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

Simon uses his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to his colleagues and family just how bad he feels about doing the job he does.

Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

  • Anna Grieg ...... Joanna Page

  • Boris Kemal ...... Lewis Macleod

  • Judith McGrath ...... Sarah Smart

  • Angela McGrath ...... Brigit Forsyth

  • Madeleine Turnbull ...... Rachel Atkins

  • Peter ...... Gus Brown

  • Paramedic ...... Philip Fox.

    . Simon uses his 'flair for original ideas' to prove how bad he feels about doing his job.

    Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

    Simon uses his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to his colleagues and family just how bad he feels about doing the job he does.

    Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

  • Anna Grieg ...... Joanna Page

  • Boris Kemal ...... Lewis Macleod

  • Judith McGrath ...... Sarah Smart

  • Angela McGrath ...... Brigit Forsyth

  • Madeleine Turnbull ...... Rachel Atkins

  • Peter ...... Gus Brown

  • Paramedic ...... Philip Fox.

    . Simon uses his 'flair for original ideas' to prove how bad he feels about doing his job.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Episode 1 : Brothers In Arms

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Cast:

    Simon Mcgrath..........................Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg...............................Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal............................Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..........................Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath........................Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....................Rachel Atkins

    Peter..........................................Gus Brown

    Paramedic.....................................Philip Fox

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    . Simon uses his 'flair for original ideas' to prove how bad he feels about doing his job.

    . Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Cast:

    Simon Mcgrath..........................Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg...............................Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal............................Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..........................Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath........................Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....................Rachel Atkins

    Peter..........................................Gus Brown

    Paramedic.....................................Philip Fox

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    . Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Cast:

    Simon Mcgrath..........................Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg...............................Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal............................Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..........................Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath........................Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....................Rachel Atkins

    Peter..........................................Gus Brown

    Paramedic.....................................Philip Fox

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    . Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

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    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it.

    Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music.

    But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad".

    And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Cast:

    Simon Mcgrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Peter....Gus Brown

    Paramedic....Philip Fox

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

    "Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, ""any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad"". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Cast:

    Simon Mcgrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Peter....Gus Brown

    Paramedic....Philip Fox

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it.

    Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music.

    But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad".

    And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does."

    "Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Cast:

    Simon Mcgrath..Darren Boyd
    Anna Grieg.Joanna Page
    Boris Kemal.Lewis Macleod
    Judith McGrath..Sarah Smart
    Angela McGrath Brigit Forsyth
    Madeleine Turnbull..Rachel Atkins
    Peter Gus Brown
    Paramedic.Philip Fox

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Cast:

    Simon Mcgrath....Darren Boyd
    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page
    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod
    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart
    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth
    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins
    Peter....Gus Brown
    Paramedic....Philip Fox

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Episode 1 : Brothers In Arms

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Cast:

    Simon Mcgrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Peter....Gus Brown

    Paramedic....Philip Fox

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Simon uses his 'flair for original ideas' to prove how bad he feels about doing his job.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it.

    Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music.

    But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad".

    And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after allSafety Catch

    "Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Cast:

    Simon Mcgrath....Darren Boyd
    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page
    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod
    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart
    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth
    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins
    Peter....Gus Brown
    Paramedic....Philip Fox

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Episode 1 : Brothers In Arms

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Cast:

    Simon Mcgrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Peter....Gus Brown

    Paramedic....Philip Fox

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Simon uses his 'flair for original ideas' to prove how bad he feels about doing his job.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it.

    Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music.

    But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad".

    And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, ""any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad"". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does."

    "Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, ""any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad"". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Cast:

    Simon Mcgrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Peter....Gus Brown

    Paramedic....Philip Fox

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it.

    Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music.

    But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad".

    And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does."

    "Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it.

    Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music.

    But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad".

    And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Cast:

    Simon Mcgrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Peter....Gus Brown

    Paramedic....Philip Fox

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

    "

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    Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Darren Boyd stars as reluctant arms dealer Simon McGrath who is generally a nice chap - he just happens to work as an arms dealer, or 'Defence and security equipment system solutions broker' as he prefers to call it. Whilst battling with his conscience he justifies to himself why five years on he's still in a job he just fell into - after all, what he really wants is to pursue is his career in electronic music. But until that takes off he'll stay where he is, and as his mother so eloquently puts it, "any job where you get your own desk and a hot dinner can't be all bad". And so as we renew our acquaintance with Simon we find him, using his 'flair for original ideas' to go to extreme lengths to prove to everyone just how badly he feels about doing the job he does.

    Cast:

    Simon Mcgrath..........................Darren Boyd
    Anna Grieg...............................Joanna Page
    Boris Kemal............................Lewis Macleod
    Judith McGrath..........................Sarah Smart
    Angela McGrath........................Brigit Forsyth
    Madeleine Turnbull....................Rachel Atkins
    Peter..........................................Gus Brown
    Paramedic.....................................Philip Fox

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

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    Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers

    Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning. When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job. It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath...........Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg............Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...........Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..........Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath..........Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull..........Rachel Atkins

    Marcus...............Dan Mersh

    Produced by Dawn Ellis

    Written by Laurence Howarth.

    Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers

    Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning. When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job. It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath...........Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg............Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...........Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..........Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath..........Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull..........Rachel Atkins

    Marcus...............Dan Mersh

    Produced by Dawn Ellis

    Written by Laurence Howarth.

    0202I Draw The Line

    0202I Draw the Line

    22I Draw the Line2009040820100819
    20111201 (BBC7)
    20111130 (BBC7)

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning. When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job. It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath...........Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg............Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...........Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..........Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath..........Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull..........Rachel Atkins

    Marcus...............Dan Mersh

    Produced by Dawn Ellis

    Written by Laurence Howarth.

    . Simon finally decides that enough is enough and quits his job.

    Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

    Faced with a particularly tricky moral issue, Simon finally decides that enough is enough and quits his job. It is not great timing, though, as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

  • Anna Grieg ...... Joanna Page

  • Boris Kemal ...... Lewis Macleod

  • Judith McGrath ...... Sarah Smart

  • Angela McGrath ...... Brigit Forsyth

  • Madeleine Turnbull ...... Rachel Atkins

  • Marcus ...... Dan Mersh.

    . Simon finally decides that enough is enough and quits his job.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning. When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job. It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath...........Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg............Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...........Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..........Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath..........Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull..........Rachel Atkins

    Marcus...............Dan Mersh

    Produced by Dawn Ellis

    Written by Laurence Howarth.

    . Simon finally decides that enough is enough and quits his job.

    . Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers

    . Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning. When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job. It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath...........Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg............Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...........Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..........Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath..........Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull..........Rachel Atkins

    Marcus...............Dan Mersh

    Produced by Dawn Ellis

    Written by Laurence Howarth.

    . Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers

  • 0202I Draw The Line2009040820100819
    20111130 (BBC7)
    20111201 (BBC7)
    20090408 (BBC7)
    20130218 (BBC7)
    20130219 (BBC7)
    20150625 (BBC7)
    20150626 (BBC7)
    20171110 (BBC7)

    Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning.

    When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job.

    It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Marcus....Dan Mersh

    Produced by Dawn Ellis

    Written by Laurence Howarth.

    Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning. When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job. It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Marcus....Dan Mersh

    Produced by Dawn Ellis

    Written by Laurence Howarth.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning.

    When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job.

    It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning. When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job. It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Marcus....Dan Mersh

    Produced by Dawn Ellis

    Written by Laurence Howarth.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning.

    When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job.

    It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    "Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning.

    When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job.

    It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Marcus....Dan Mersh

    Produced by Dawn Ellis

    Written by Laurence Howarth.

    "

    "Reluctant arms dealer Simon decides to quit when he has to sell uniforms to child soldiers

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning. When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job. It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd
    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page
    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod
    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart
    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth
    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins
    Marcus....Dan Mersh

    Produced by Dawn Ellis

    Written by Laurence Howarth.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning. When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job. It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Marcus....Dan Mersh

    Produced by Dawn Ellis

    Written by Laurence Howarth.

    Simon finally decides that enough is enough and quits his job.

    This week Simon is faced with even more of a moral dilemma than he's grown sadly accustomed to in his line of work and so finds himself finally drawing the line and resigning.

    When faced with a particularly tricky moral issue at work Simon finally decides enough is enough and quits his job.

    It's not great timing though as he and Anna find themselves contemplating having a baby.

    "

    23If a Job's Not Worth Doing20111208 (BBC7)
    20111207 (BBC7)

    . Can apathy salve Simon's conscience, or must he simply accept that he loves selling arms?

    . Can apathy salve Simon's conscience, or must he simply accept that he loves selling arms?

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily. His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario. Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job. Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath.............................Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg..................................Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...............................Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..............................Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath............................Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........................Rachel Atkins

    Richard...........................................Dan Mersh

    Julius........................................Nyahsa Hatendi

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    . Can apathy salve Simon's conscience, or must he simply accept that he loves selling arms?

    0203If a Job's Not Worth Doing20090415 (BBC7)
    20150703 (BBC7)
    20150702 (BBC7)
    20130226 (BBC7)
    20130225 (BBC7)

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily. His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario. Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job. Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath.............................Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg..................................Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...............................Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..............................Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath............................Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........................Rachel Atkins

    Richard...........................................Dan Mersh

    Julius........................................Nyahsa Hatendi

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Can apathy salve Simon's conscience, or must he simply accept that he loves selling arms?

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily. His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario. Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job. Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath.............................Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg..................................Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...............................Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..............................Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath............................Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........................Rachel Atkins

    Richard...........................................Dan Mersh

    Julius........................................Nyahsa Hatendi

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Can apathy salve Simon's conscience, or must he simply accept that he loves selling arms?

    Can apathy salve Simon's conscience, or must he simply accept that he loves selling arms?

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily. His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario. Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job. Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath.............................Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg..................................Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...............................Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..............................Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath............................Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........................Rachel Atkins

    Richard...........................................Dan Mersh

    Julius........................................Nyahsa Hatendi

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Can apathy salve Simon's conscience, or must he simply accept that he loves selling arms?

    0203If A Job's Not Worth Doing

    0203If a Job's Not Worth Doing

    23If A Job's Not Worth Doing2009041520100826

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily. His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario. Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job. Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath.............................Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg..................................Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...............................Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..............................Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath............................Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........................Rachel Atkins

    Richard...........................................Dan Mersh

    Julius........................................Nyahsa Hatendi

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    . Simon suffers from the awful realisation that he loves his job.

    "

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily. His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario. Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job. Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath.............................Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg..................................Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...............................Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..............................Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath............................Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........................Rachel Atkins

    Richard...........................................Dan Mersh

    Julius........................................Nyahsa Hatendi

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    . Simon suffers from the awful realisation that he loves his job."

    Synopsis

    Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

    Simon suffers from the awful realisation that he loves his job and also finds himself proposing to Anna. There is only one thing he can do - he has to learn to hate again.

    Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

  • Anna Grieg ...... Joanna Page

  • Boris Kemal ...... Lewis Macleod

  • Judith McGrath ...... Sarah Smart

  • Angela McGrath ...... Brigit Forsyth

  • Madeleine Turnbull ...... Rachel Atkins

  • Richard ...... Dan Mersh

  • Julius ...... Nyahsa Hatendi.

    . Simon suffers from the awful realisation that he loves his job.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily. His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario. Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job. Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath.............................Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg..................................Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...............................Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..............................Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath............................Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........................Rachel Atkins

    Richard...........................................Dan Mersh

    Julius........................................Nyahsa Hatendi

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    . Simon suffers from the awful realisation that he loves his job.

  • 0203If A Job's Not Worth Doing2009041520100826
    20111207 (BBC7)
    20111208 (BBC7)
    20130225 (BBC7)
    20130226 (BBC7)
    20150702 (BBC7)
    20150703 (BBC7)
    20090415 (BBC7)
    20171117 (BBC7)

    Can apathy salve Simon's conscience, or must he simply accept that he loves selling arms?

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily.

    His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario.

    Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job.

    Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Richard....Dan Mersh

    Julius....Nyahsa Hatendi

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily. His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario. Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job. Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Richard....Dan Mersh

    Julius....Nyahsa Hatendi

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Can apathy salve Simon's conscience, or must he simply accept that he loves selling arms?

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily.

    His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario.

    Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job.

    Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    "Can apathy salve Simon's conscience, or must he simply accept that he loves selling arms?

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily.

    His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario.

    Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job.

    Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Richard....Dan Mersh

    Julius....Nyahsa Hatendi

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    "

    "Can apathy salve Simon's conscience, or must he simply accept that he loves selling arms?

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily. His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario. Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job. Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Richard....Dan Mersh

    Julius....Nyahsa Hatendi

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily.

    His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario.

    Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job.

    Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again."

    "Can apathy salve Simon's conscience, or must he simply accept that he loves selling arms?

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily. His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario. Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job. Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd
    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page
    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod
    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart
    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth
    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins
    Richard....Dan Mersh
    Julius....Nyahsa Hatendi

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily. His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario. Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job. Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Richard....Dan Mersh

    Julius....Nyahsa Hatendi

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced by Dawn Ellis.

    Simon suffers from the awful realisation that he loves his job.

    Simon is totally convinced this week that he is in the right job and has a duty not only to stay there, but to do his job sloppily.

    His reasoning for this is that if he wasn't there doing the job badly then someone else would be doing it well and that would be a much worse scenario.

    Then he has the awful, soul shattering realisation, and one which is something every person in Britain would be ashamed to admit, that he actually loves his job.

    Boris of course is in heaven at the thought of a soul-mate at work, but Simon decides the only way he can go on is to learn to hate again.

    "

    0204There Will Be Paint2009042220171124 (BBC7)
    20090422 (BBC7)
    20150710 (BBC7)
    20150709 (BBC7)

    "Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon decides it's about time he and his colleagues prove they understand the true horrors of war by getting out there and actually fighting. So it is that team Heathcote Sanders go paintballing. Okay, so it's not quite the same as fighting in an actual war, but you can't expect Simon to take part in one of those - I mean, people actually die in those things. So join Simon for one last time as he searches for the hero inside himself.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd
    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page
    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod
    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart
    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth
    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins
    Roger/Dave....Philip Fox
    Guide....Gus Brown

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Producer: Dawn Ellis.

    "

    Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

    Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war. Stars Darren Boyd. From April 2009.

    Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

    ""

    24 LASTThere Will Be Paint2009042220100902
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    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon decides it's about time he and his colleagues prove they understand the true horrors of war by getting out there and actually fighting. So it is that team Heathcote Sanders go paintballing. Okay, so it's not quite the same as fighting in an actual war, but you can't expect Simon to take part in one of those - I mean, people actually die in those things. So join Simon for one last time as he searches for the hero inside himself.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath.............................Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg..................................Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...............................Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..............................Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath............................Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........................Rachel Atkins

    Roger/Dave......................................Philip Fox

    Guide.............................................Gus Brown

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Producer: Dawn Ellis.

    . Simon proves that he understands the true horrors of war by organising a paintballing trip

    "

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon decides it's about time he and his colleagues prove they understand the true horrors of war by getting out there and actually fighting. So it is that team Heathcote Sanders go paintballing. Okay, so it's not quite the same as fighting in an actual war, but you can't expect Simon to take part in one of those - I mean, people actually die in those things. So join Simon for one last time as he searches for the hero inside himself.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath.............................Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg..................................Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...............................Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..............................Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath............................Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........................Rachel Atkins

    Roger/Dave......................................Philip Fox

    Guide.............................................Gus Brown

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Producer: Dawn Ellis.

    . Simon proves that he understands the true horrors of war by organising a paintballing trip"

    Synopsis

    Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

    Simon decides it is time that he and his colleagues prove that they understand the true horrors of war by organising a paintballing trip.

    Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

  • Anna Grieg ...... Joanna Page

  • Boris Kemal ...... Lewis Macleod

  • Judith McGrath ...... Sarah Smart

  • Angela McGrath ...... Brigit Forsyth

  • Madeleine Turnbull ...... Rachel Atkins

  • Roger/Dave ...... Philip Fox

  • Guide ...... Gus Brown.

    . Simon proves that he understands the true horrors of war by organising a paintballing trip

    Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms dealing trade.

    Simon decides it is time that he and his colleagues prove that they understand the true horrors of war by organising a paintballing trip.

    Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

  • Anna Grieg ...... Joanna Page

  • Boris Kemal ...... Lewis Macleod

  • Judith McGrath ...... Sarah Smart

  • Angela McGrath ...... Brigit Forsyth

  • Madeleine Turnbull ...... Rachel Atkins

  • Roger/Dave ...... Philip Fox

  • Guide ...... Gus Brown.

    . Simon proves that he understands the true horrors of war by organising a paintballing trip

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon decides it's about time he and his colleagues prove they understand the true horrors of war by getting out there and actually fighting. So it is that team Heathcote Sanders go paintballing. Okay, so it's not quite the same as fighting in an actual war, but you can't expect Simon to take part in one of those - I mean, people actually die in those things. So join Simon for one last time as he searches for the hero inside himself.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath.............................Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg..................................Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal...............................Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..............................Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath............................Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........................Rachel Atkins

    Roger/Dave......................................Philip Fox

    Guide.............................................Gus Brown

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Producer: Dawn Ellis.

    . Simon proves that he understands the true horrors of war by organising a paintballing trip

    . Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

    . Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

    Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war. Stars Darren Boyd. From April 2009.

    . Simon and his arms-selling colleagues go paintballing to better understand the art of war.

  • 31Better the Devil You Know20101105

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then.

    This series sees Simon going to some bizarre lengths to excuse his profession: his attempt at gaining redundancy when an American firm puts in a takeover bid somehow winds up with his promotion; he desperately attempts to give himself compassion fatigue so he won't have to feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world; he unsuccessfully tries to seek forgiveness and he finally tries to self-motivate himself to sit down in front of a keyboard to compose his electronic masterpiece. His personal life is as unsatisfactory as his work life and not only do he and Anna have to try and find reasons why they love each other but they have to survive a visit from her parents and his mum's new job at Heathcote Sanders and, as Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg ...... Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal ...... Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath ...... Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath ...... Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull ...... Rachel Atkins

    Charles ...... John Schwab

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    . Arms dealer Simon McGrath finally has the chance to leave his dubious line of employment.

    "

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then.

    This series sees Simon going to some bizarre lengths to excuse his profession: his attempt at gaining redundancy when an American firm puts in a takeover bid somehow winds up with his promotion; he desperately attempts to give himself compassion fatigue so he won't have to feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world; he unsuccessfully tries to seek forgiveness and he finally tries to self-motivate himself to sit down in front of a keyboard to compose his electronic masterpiece. His personal life is as unsatisfactory as his work life and not only do he and Anna have to try and find reasons why they love each other but they have to survive a visit from her parents and his mum's new job at Heathcote Sanders and, as Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg ...... Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal ...... Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath ...... Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath ...... Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull ...... Rachel Atkins

    Charles ...... John Schwab

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    . Arms dealer Simon McGrath finally has the chance to leave his dubious line of employment.

    "

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then.

    This series sees Simon going to some bizarre lengths to excuse his profession: his attempt at gaining redundancy when an American firm puts in a takeover bid somehow winds up with his promotion; he desperately attempts to give himself compassion fatigue so he won't have to feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world; he unsuccessfully tries to seek forgiveness and he finally tries to self-motivate himself to sit down in front of a keyboard to compose his electronic masterpiece. His personal life is as unsatisfactory as his work life and not only do he and Anna have to try and find reasons why they love each other but they have to survive a visit from her parents and his mum's new job at Heathcote Sanders and, as Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Simon McGrath ...... Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg ...... Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal ...... Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath ...... Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath ...... Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull ...... Rachel Atkins

    Charles ...... John Schwab

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    . Arms dealer Simon McGrath finally has the chance to leave his dubious line of employment.

    0301Better The Devil You Know2010110520190412 (BBC7)
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    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then.

    This series sees Simon going to some bizarre lengths to excuse his profession: his attempt at gaining redundancy when an American firm puts in a takeover bid somehow winds up with his promotion; he desperately attempts to give himself compassion fatigue so he won't have to feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world; he unsuccessfully tries to seek forgiveness and he finally tries to self-motivate himself to sit down in front of a keyboard to compose his electronic masterpiece. His personal life is as unsatisfactory as his work life and not only do he and Anna have to try and find reasons why they love each other but they have to survive a visit from her parents and his mum's new job at Heathcote Sanders and, as Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.
    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd
    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page
    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod
    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart
    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth
    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins
    Charles....John Schwab
    Written by Laurence Howarth
    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    Reluctant arms dealer Simon has a chance to leave during an American takeover bid.

    Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms trade

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else.

    Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then.

    This series sees Simon going to some bizarre lengths to excuse his profession: his attempt at gaining redundancy when an American firm puts in a takeover bid somehow winds up with his promotion; he desperately attempts to give himself compassion fatigue so he won't have to feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world; he unsuccessfully tries to seek forgiveness and he finally tries to self-motivate himself to sit down in front of a keyboard to compose his electronic masterpiece.

    His personal life is as unsatisfactory as his work life and not only do he and Anna have to try and find reasons why they love each other but they have to survive a visit from her parents and his mum's new job at Heathcote Sanders and, as Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd
    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page
    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod
    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart
    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth
    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins
    Charles....John Schwab

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2010.

    0301Better The Devil You Know2010110520140722 (BBC7)
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    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer.

    It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else.

    Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point.

    Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other.

    So that's alright then.

    This series sees Simon going to some bizarre lengths to excuse his profession: his attempt at gaining redundancy when an American firm puts in a takeover bid somehow winds up with his promotion; he desperately attempts to give himself compassion fatigue so he won't have to feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world; he unsuccessfully tries to seek forgiveness and he finally tries to self-motivate himself to sit down in front of a keyboard to compose his electronic masterpiece.

    His personal life is as unsatisfactory as his work life and not only do he and Anna have to try and find reasons why they love each other but they have to survive a visit from her parents and his mum's new job at Heathcote Sanders and, as Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Simon McGrath - Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg - Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal - Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath - Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath - Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull - Rachel Atkins

    Charles - John Schwab

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    Arms dealer Simon McGrath finally has the chance to leave his dubious line of employment.

    Reluctant arms dealer Simon has a chance to leave during an American takeover bid.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then.

    This series sees Simon going to some bizarre lengths to excuse his profession: his attempt at gaining redundancy when an American firm puts in a takeover bid somehow winds up with his promotion; he desperately attempts to give himself compassion fatigue so he won't have to feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world; he unsuccessfully tries to seek forgiveness and he finally tries to self-motivate himself to sit down in front of a keyboard to compose his electronic masterpiece. His personal life is as unsatisfactory as his work life and not only do he and Anna have to try and find reasons why they love each other but they have to survive a visit from her parents and his mum's new job at Heathcote Sanders and, as Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Reluctant arms dealer Simon has a chance to leave during an American takeover bid.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then.

    This series sees Simon going to some bizarre lengths to excuse his profession: his attempt at gaining redundancy when an American firm puts in a takeover bid somehow winds up with his promotion; he desperately attempts to give himself compassion fatigue so he won't have to feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world; he unsuccessfully tries to seek forgiveness and he finally tries to self-motivate himself to sit down in front of a keyboard to compose his electronic masterpiece. His personal life is as unsatisfactory as his work life and not only do he and Anna have to try and find reasons why they love each other but they have to survive a visit from her parents and his mum's new job at Heathcote Sanders and, as Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Simon McGrath.... Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg.... Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal.... Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath.... Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath.... Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull.... Rachel Atkins

    Charles.... John Schwab

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    32What's My Motivation20101112

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing. Simon decides it's time to get self-motivated and finally begins composing his electronic music. Meanwhile his mum joins the arms trade and gets a job at HS.

    Simon McGrath ..... Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg ..... Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal ..... Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath ..... Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath ..... Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull ..... Rachel Atkins

    Writer ..... Laurence Howarth

    Producer ..... Dawn Ellis

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then..

    This week Simon finally decides that enough is enough. His stop gap at Heathcote Sanders has turned into a 5 year stop gulf and he needs to get motivated and leave so he sits down at his electronic keyboard for the start of a new era. The trouble is that Simon realises that self-motivation isn't as easy as he'd though and to make life even more difficult his mother decides to get a job at Heathcote Sanders. As Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    . Arms dealer Simon McGrath finally has the chance to leave his dubious line of employment.

    "

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing. Simon decides it's time to get self-motivated and finally begins composing his electronic music. Meanwhile his mum joins the arms trade and gets a job at HS.

    Simon McGrath ..... Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg ..... Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal ..... Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath ..... Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath ..... Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull ..... Rachel Atkins

    Writer ..... Laurence Howarth

    Producer ..... Dawn Ellis

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then..

    This week Simon finally decides that enough is enough. His stop gap at Heathcote Sanders has turned into a 5 year stop gulf and he needs to get motivated and leave so he sits down at his electronic keyboard for the start of a new era. The trouble is that Simon realises that self-motivation isn't as easy as he'd though and to make life even more difficult his mother decides to get a job at Heathcote Sanders. As Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    . Arms dealer Simon McGrath finally has the chance to leave his dubious line of employment.

    "

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing. Simon decides it's time to get self-motivated and finally begins composing his electronic music. Meanwhile his mum joins the arms trade and gets a job at HS.

    Simon McGrath ..... Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg ..... Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal ..... Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath ..... Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath ..... Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull ..... Rachel Atkins

    Writer ..... Laurence Howarth

    Producer ..... Dawn Ellis

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then..

    This week Simon finally decides that enough is enough. His stop gap at Heathcote Sanders has turned into a 5 year stop gulf and he needs to get motivated and leave so he sits down at his electronic keyboard for the start of a new era. The trouble is that Simon realises that self-motivation isn't as easy as he'd though and to make life even more difficult his mother decides to get a job at Heathcote Sanders. As Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    . Arms dealer Simon McGrath finally has the chance to leave his dubious line of employment.

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    Simon decides it's time to get self-motivated and finally begins composing his electronic music.

    Meanwhile his mum joins the arms trade and gets a job at HS.

    Simon McGrath - Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg - Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal - Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath - Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath - Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull - Rachel Atkins

    Writer - Laurence Howarth

    Producer - Dawn Ellis

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer.

    It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else.

    Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point.

    Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other.

    So that's alright then..

    This week Simon finally decides that enough is enough.

    His stop gap at Heathcote Sanders has turned into a 5 year stop gulf and he needs to get motivated and leave so he sits down at his electronic keyboard for the start of a new era.

    The trouble is that Simon realises that self-motivation isn't as easy as he'd though and to make life even more difficult his mother decides to get a job at Heathcote Sanders.

    As Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Arms dealer Simon McGrath finally has the chance to leave his dubious line of employment.

    Simon decides it is time to get self-motivated and starts composing his electronic music.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing. Simon decides it's time to get self-motivated and finally begins composing his electronic music. Meanwhile his mum joins the arms trade and gets a job at HS.

    Simon McGrath - Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg - Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal - Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath - Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath - Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull - Rachel Atkins

    Writer - Laurence Howarth

    Producer - Dawn Ellis

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then..

    This week Simon finally decides that enough is enough. His stop gap at Heathcote Sanders has turned into a 5 year stop gulf and he needs to get motivated and leave so he sits down at his electronic keyboard for the start of a new era. The trouble is that Simon realises that self-motivation isn't as easy as he'd though and to make life even more difficult his mother decides to get a job at Heathcote Sanders. As Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Simon decides it's time to get self-motivated and finally begins composing his electronic music.

    Meanwhile his mum joins the arms trade and gets a job at HS.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer.

    It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else.

    Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point.

    Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other.

    So that's alright then..

    This week Simon finally decides that enough is enough.

    His stop gap at Heathcote Sanders has turned into a 5 year stop gulf and he needs to get motivated and leave so he sits down at his electronic keyboard for the start of a new era.

    The trouble is that Simon realises that self-motivation isn't as easy as he'd though and to make life even more difficult his mother decides to get a job at Heathcote Sanders.

    As Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Arms dealer Simon McGrath finally has the chance to leave his dubious line of employment.

    "Simon decides it's time to get self-motivated and finally begins composing his electronic music.

    Meanwhile his mum joins the arms trade and gets a job at HS.

    Simon McGrath - Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg - Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal - Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath - Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath - Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull - Rachel Atkins

    Writer - Laurence Howarth

    Producer - Dawn Ellis

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer.

    It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else.

    Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point.

    Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other.

    So that's alright then..

    This week Simon finally decides that enough is enough.

    His stop gap at Heathcote Sanders has turned into a 5 year stop gulf and he needs to get motivated and leave so he sits down at his electronic keyboard for the start of a new era.

    The trouble is that Simon realises that self-motivation isn't as easy as he'd though and to make life even more difficult his mother decides to get a job at Heathcote Sanders.

    As Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Arms dealer Simon McGrath finally has the chance to leave his dubious line of employment."

    "Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing. Simon decides it's time to get self-motivated and finally begins composing his electronic music. Meanwhile his mum joins the arms trade and gets a job at HS.

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Writer....Laurence Howarth

    Producer....Dawn Ellis

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then..

    This week Simon finally decides that enough is enough. His stop gap at Heathcote Sanders has turned into a 5 year stop gulf and he needs to get motivated and leave so he sits down at his electronic keyboard for the start of a new era. The trouble is that Simon realises that self-motivation isn't as easy as he'd though and to make life even more difficult his mother decides to get a job at Heathcote Sanders. As Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Arms dealer Simon McGrath finally has the chance to leave his dubious line of employment.

    Simon decides it's time to get self-motivated and finally begins composing his electronic music.

    Meanwhile his mum joins the arms trade and gets a job at HS.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer.

    It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else.

    Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point.

    Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other.

    So that's alright then..

    This week Simon finally decides that enough is enough.

    His stop gap at Heathcote Sanders has turned into a 5 year stop gulf and he needs to get motivated and leave so he sits down at his electronic keyboard for the start of a new era.

    The trouble is that Simon realises that self-motivation isn't as easy as he'd though and to make life even more difficult his mother decides to get a job at Heathcote Sanders.

    As Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Simon decides it is time to get self-motivated and starts composing his electronic music."

    Simon decides it is time to get self-motivated and starts composing his electronic music.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing. Simon decides it's time to get self-motivated and finally begins composing his electronic music. Meanwhile his mum joins the arms trade and gets a job at HS.

    Simon McGrath - Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg - Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal - Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath - Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath - Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull - Rachel Atkins

    Writer - Laurence Howarth

    Producer - Dawn Ellis

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then..

    This week Simon finally decides that enough is enough. His stop gap at Heathcote Sanders has turned into a 5 year stop gulf and he needs to get motivated and leave so he sits down at his electronic keyboard for the start of a new era. The trouble is that Simon realises that self-motivation isn't as easy as he'd though and to make life even more difficult his mother decides to get a job at Heathcote Sanders. As Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Simon decides it is time to get self-motivated and starts composing his electronic music.

    Simon decides it is time to get self-motivated and starts composing his electronic music.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing. Simon decides it's time to get self-motivated and finally begins composing his electronic music. Meanwhile his mum joins the arms trade and gets a job at HS.

    Simon McGrath - Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg - Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal - Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath - Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath - Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull - Rachel Atkins

    Writer - Laurence Howarth

    Producer - Dawn Ellis

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then..

    This week Simon finally decides that enough is enough. His stop gap at Heathcote Sanders has turned into a 5 year stop gulf and he needs to get motivated and leave so he sits down at his electronic keyboard for the start of a new era. The trouble is that Simon realises that self-motivation isn't as easy as he'd though and to make life even more difficult his mother decides to get a job at Heathcote Sanders. As Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Simon decides it's finally time to get self-motivated and starts composing his electronic music, self-motivation isn't as easy as he'd thought.

    Take life even more difficult his mother decides to get a job at Heathcote Sanders.

    As Judith eloquently puts it, to have one member of the family working in the arms trade may be regarded as misfortune, to have two looks like genetic wickedness.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd
    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page
    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod
    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart
    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth
    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then.

    Producer....Dawn Ellis

    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2010.

    Simon decides it is time to get self-motivated and starts composing his electronic music.

    Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms trade

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    When told by his boss to stop empathising, Simon tries to give himself compassion fatigue.

    A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then.. -

    This week Simon is appalled that his boss thinks it's inappropriate for him to empathise with the world's persecuted and oppressed and stop worrying, but when his family generally agree that worrying gets you nowhere he sets out to give himself compassion fatigue so that he can he can stop worrying and not feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world. Unfortunately his new outlook doesn't seem to change Anna's parents view of him when they come to visit.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath - Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg - Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal - Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath - Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath - Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull - Rachel Atkins

    Glenys - Di Botcher

    Hugh - Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer.

    It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else.

    Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point.

    Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other.

    So that's alright then - This week Simon is appalled that his boss thinks it's inappropriate for him to empathise with the world's persecuted and oppressed and stop worrying, but when his family generally agree that worrying gets you nowhere he sets out to give himself compassion fatigue so that he can he can stop worrying and not feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world.

    Unfortunately his new outlook doesn't seem to change Anna's parents view of him when they come to visit.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer.

    It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else.

    Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point.

    Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other.

    So that's alright then - This week Simon is appalled that his boss thinks it's inappropriate for him to empathise with the world's persecuted and oppressed and stop worrying, but when his family generally agree that worrying gets you nowhere he sets out to give himself compassion fatigue so that he can he can stop worrying and not feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world.

    Unfortunately his new outlook doesn't seem to change Anna's parents view of him when they come to visit.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath - Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg - Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal - Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath - Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath - Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull - Rachel Atkins

    Glenys - Di Botcher

    Hugh - Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    When told by his boss to stop empathising Simon tries to give himself compassion fatigue.

    "Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer.

    It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else.

    Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point.

    Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other.

    So that's alright then - This week Simon is appalled that his boss thinks it's inappropriate for him to empathise with the world's persecuted and oppressed and stop worrying, but when his family generally agree that worrying gets you nowhere he sets out to give himself compassion fatigue so that he can he can stop worrying and not feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world.

    Unfortunately his new outlook doesn't seem to change Anna's parents view of him when they come to visit.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath - Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg - Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal - Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath - Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath - Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull - Rachel Atkins

    Glenys - Di Botcher

    Hugh - Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    When told by his boss to stop empathising Simon tries to give himself compassion fatigue."

    "A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then.. - This week Simon is appalled that his boss thinks it's inappropriate for him to empathise with the world's persecuted and oppressed and stop worrying, but when his family generally agree that worrying gets you nowhere he sets out to give himself compassion fatigue so that he can he can stop worrying and not feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world. Unfortunately his new outlook doesn't seem to change Anna's parents view of him when they come to visit.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Glenys....Di Botcher

    Hugh....Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    When told by his boss to stop empathising Simon tries to give himself compassion fatigue.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer.

    It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else.

    Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point.

    Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other.

    So that's alright then - This week Simon is appalled that his boss thinks it's inappropriate for him to empathise with the world's persecuted and oppressed and stop worrying, but when his family generally agree that worrying gets you nowhere he sets out to give himself compassion fatigue so that he can he can stop worrying and not feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world.

    Unfortunately his new outlook doesn't seem to change Anna's parents view of him when they come to visit.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then.. -

    This week Simon is appalled that his boss thinks it's inappropriate for him to empathise with the world's persecuted and oppressed and stop worrying, but when his family generally agree that worrying gets you nowhere he sets out to give himself compassion fatigue so that he can he can stop worrying and not feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world. Unfortunately his new outlook doesn't seem to change Anna's parents view of him when they come to visit."

    When told by his boss to stop empathising, Simon tries to give himself compassion fatigue.

    A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then......

    This week Simon is appalled that his boss thinks it's inappropriate for him to empathise with the world's persecuted and oppressed and stop worrying, but when his family generally agree that worrying gets you nowhere he sets out to give himself compassion fatigue so that he can he can stop worrying and not feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world. Unfortunately his new outlook doesn't seem to change Anna's parents view of him when they come to visit.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath - Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg - Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal - Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath - Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath - Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull - Rachel Atkins

    Glenys - Di Botcher

    Hugh - Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    When told by his boss to stop empathising, Simon tries to give himself compassion fatigue.

    When told by his boss to stop empathising, Simon tries to give himself compassion fatigue.

    A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then......

    This week Simon is appalled that his boss thinks it's inappropriate for him to empathise with the world's persecuted and oppressed and stop worrying, but when his family generally agree that worrying gets you nowhere he sets out to give himself compassion fatigue so that he can he can stop worrying and not feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world. Unfortunately his new outlook doesn't seem to change Anna's parents view of him when they come to visit.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath - Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg - Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal - Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath - Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath - Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull - Rachel Atkins

    Glenys - Di Botcher

    Hugh - Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then....

    This week Simon is appalled that his boss thinks it's inappropriate for him to empathise with the world's persecuted and oppressed and stop worrying, but when his family generally agree that worrying gets you nowhere he sets out to give himself compassion fatigue so that he can he can stop worrying and not feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world. Unfortunately his new outlook doesn't seem to change Anna's parents view of him when they come to visit.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd
    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page
    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod
    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart
    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth
    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins
    Glenys....Di Botcher
    Hugh....Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth
    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2010.

    When told by his boss to stop empathising, Simon tries to give himself compassion fatigue.

    Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms trade

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    When the company's dealings become front page news, Simon wonders if he should be forgiven

    When the company's dealings become front page news, Simon wonders if he should be forgiven

    A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then...

    This week Heathcote Sanders are under the microscope when some of the weapons they sold to a hostile government are turned against the British. This prompts Simon to wonder if he should be seeking some kind of forgiveness, although of course, he has absolutely nothing to seek forgiveness for...does he? Meanwhile his personal life is going fantastically well, until he and Anna realise that they don't know why they love each other.

    Cast List:

    Simon McGrath.........Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg.............Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal............Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..........Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath........Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........Rachel Atkins

    Sarah......Di Botcher

    Vicar.....Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then...

    This week Heathcote Sanders are under the microscope when some of the weapons they sold to a hostile government are turned against the British. This prompts Simon to wonder if he should be seeking some kind of forgiveness, although of course, he has absolutely nothing to seek forgiveness for...does he? Meanwhile his personal life is going fantastically well, until he and Anna realise that they don't know why they love each other.

    Cast List:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd
    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page
    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod
    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart
    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth
    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins
    Sarah....Di Botcher
    Vicar....Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth
    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    When the company's dealings become front page news, Simon wonders if he should be forgiven

    Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms trade

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    A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each. So that's alright then...

    This week Heathcote Sanders are under the microscope when some of the weapons they sold to a hostile government are turned against the British. This prompts Simon to wonder if he should be seeking some kind of forgiveness, although of course, he has absolutely nothing to seek forgiveness for...does he? Meanwhile his personal life is going fantastically well, until he and Anna realise that they don't know why they love each other.

    Cast List:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Sarah....Di Botcher

    Vicar....Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    When the company's dealings become front page news Simon wonders if he should be forgiven.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer.

    It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else.

    Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point.

    Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each.

    So that's alright then...

    This week Heathcote Sanders are under the microscope when some of the weapons they sold to a hostile government are turned against the British.

    This prompts Simon to wonder if he should be seeking some kind of forgiveness, although of course, he has absolutely nothing to seek forgiveness for...does he? Meanwhile his personal life is going fantastically well, until he and Anna realise that they don't know why they love each other.

    Cast List:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Sarah....Di Botcher

    Vicar....Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    When the company's dealings become front page news Simon wonders if he should be forgiven."

    "A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each. So that's alright then...

    This week Heathcote Sanders are under the microscope when some of the weapons they sold to a hostile government are turned against the British. This prompts Simon to wonder if he should be seeking some kind of forgiveness, although of course, he has absolutely nothing to seek forgiveness for...does he? Meanwhile his personal life is going fantastically well, until he and Anna realise that they don't know why they love each other.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then...

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    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer.

    It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else.

    Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point.

    Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each.

    So that's alright then...

    This week Heathcote Sanders are under the microscope when some of the weapons they sold to a hostile government are turned against the British.

    This prompts Simon to wonder if he should be seeking some kind of forgiveness, although of course, he has absolutely nothing to seek forgiveness for...does he? Meanwhile his personal life is going fantastically well, until he and Anna realise that they don't know why they love each other.

    Cast List:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Sarah....Di Botcher

    Vicar....Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    When the company's dealings become front page news Simon wonders if he should be forgiven.

    When the company's dealings become front page news, Simon wonders if he should be forgiven

    A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then...

    This week Heathcote Sanders are under the microscope when some of the weapons they sold to a hostile government are turned against the British. This prompts Simon to wonder if he should be seeking some kind of forgiveness, although of course, he has absolutely nothing to seek forgiveness for...does he? Meanwhile his personal life is going fantastically well, until he and Anna realise that they don't know why they love each other.

    Cast List:

    Simon McGrath....Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg....Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal....Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath....Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath....Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull....Rachel Atkins

    Sarah....Di Botcher

    Vicar....Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer.

    It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else.

    Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point.

    Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each.

    So that's alright then...

    This week Heathcote Sanders are under the microscope when some of the weapons they sold to a hostile government are turned against the British.

    This prompts Simon to wonder if he should be seeking some kind of forgiveness, although of course, he has absolutely nothing to seek forgiveness for...does he? Meanwhile his personal life is going fantastically well, until he and Anna realise that they don't know why they love each other.

    When the company's dealings become front page news, Simon wonders if he should be forgiven

    When the company's dealings become front page news, Simon wonders if he should be forgiven

    A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then...

    This week Heathcote Sanders are under the microscope when some of the weapons they sold to a hostile government are turned against the British. This prompts Simon to wonder if he should be seeking some kind of forgiveness, although of course, he has absolutely nothing to seek forgiveness for...does he? Meanwhile his personal life is going fantastically well, until he and Anna realise that they don't know why they love each other.

    Cast List:

    Simon McGrath.........Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg.............Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal............Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..........Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath........Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........Rachel Atkins

    Sarah......Di Botcher

    Vicar.....Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    33Uncomfortably Numb20101119

    A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then......

    This week Simon is appalled that his boss thinks it's inappropriate for him to empathise with the world's persecuted and oppressed and stop worrying, but when his family generally agree that worrying gets you nowhere he sets out to give himself compassion fatigue so that he can he can stop worrying and not feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world. Unfortunately his new outlook doesn't seem to change Anna's parents view of him when they come to visit.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath ..... Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg ..... Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal ..... Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath ..... Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath ..... Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull ..... Rachel Atkins

    Glenys ..... Di Botcher

    Hugh ..... Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    . When told by his boss to stop empathising Simon tries to give himself compassion fatigue.

    "

    A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then......

    This week Simon is appalled that his boss thinks it's inappropriate for him to empathise with the world's persecuted and oppressed and stop worrying, but when his family generally agree that worrying gets you nowhere he sets out to give himself compassion fatigue so that he can he can stop worrying and not feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world. Unfortunately his new outlook doesn't seem to change Anna's parents view of him when they come to visit.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath ..... Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg ..... Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal ..... Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath ..... Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath ..... Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull ..... Rachel Atkins

    Glenys ..... Di Botcher

    Hugh ..... Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    . When told by his boss to stop empathising Simon tries to give himself compassion fatigue.

    "

    A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each other. So that's alright then......

    This week Simon is appalled that his boss thinks it's inappropriate for him to empathise with the world's persecuted and oppressed and stop worrying, but when his family generally agree that worrying gets you nowhere he sets out to give himself compassion fatigue so that he can he can stop worrying and not feel guilty about all the bloodshed in the world. Unfortunately his new outlook doesn't seem to change Anna's parents view of him when they come to visit.

    Cast:

    Simon McGrath ..... Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg ..... Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal ..... Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath ..... Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath ..... Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull ..... Rachel Atkins

    Glenys ..... Di Botcher

    Hugh ..... Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    . When told by his boss to stop empathising Simon tries to give himself compassion fatigue.

    34 LASTUnforgiveable, That's What You Are20101126

    A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each. So that's alright then...

    This week Heathcote Sanders are under the microscope when some of the weapons they sold to a hostile government are turned against the British. This prompts Simon to wonder if he should be seeking some kind of forgiveness, although of course, he has absolutely nothing to seek forgiveness for...does he? Meanwhile his personal life is going fantastically well, until he and Anna realise that they don't know why they love each other.

    Cast List:

    Simon McGrath.........Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg.............Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal............Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..........Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath........Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........Rachel Atkins

    Sarah......Di Botcher

    Vicar.....Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    . When the company's dealings become front page news Simon wonders if he should be forgiven.

    A new series of Laurence Howarth's black comedy of modern morality set in the world of arms dealing.

    Simon McGrath is a generally nice chap who just happens to be an arms dealer. It's not something he planned, he just fell into it, and despite all his best intentions he just doesn't seem to be able to leave because he has to pay his mortgage like everyone else. Of course his real love is electronic music and this is just a stop gap until he finds the perfect outlet for his music - okay so the gap has lasted five years but that's not the point. Once he can get himself motivated he'll be out of there and, as his ever supportive mum says, people will always want to kill each. So that's alright then...

    This week Heathcote Sanders are under the microscope when some of the weapons they sold to a hostile government are turned against the British. This prompts Simon to wonder if he should be seeking some kind of forgiveness, although of course, he has absolutely nothing to seek forgiveness for...does he? Meanwhile his personal life is going fantastically well, until he and Anna realise that they don't know why they love each other.

    Cast List:

    Simon McGrath.........Darren Boyd

    Anna Grieg.............Joanna Page

    Boris Kemal............Lewis Macleod

    Judith McGrath..........Sarah Smart

    Angela McGrath........Brigit Forsyth

    Madeleine Turnbull........Rachel Atkins

    Sarah......Di Botcher

    Vicar.....Mike Hayward

    Written by Laurence Howarth

    Produced By Dawn Ellis.

    . When the company's dealings become front page news Simon wonders if he should be forgiven.