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by Tom Grieves
Being Human Cast

Annie, Hal and Tom receive an unexpected visit from teenage-vampire Adam and his lover, Yvonne Bradshaw, the former headmistress of St. Hilda’s School for Girls. After Annie tells a shocked Adam that George and Mitchell are dead, Yvonne explains that she and her ‘underage’ boyfriend are in love, and have been forced to go on the run from the press. Unfortunately, the paparazzi have followed the couple to Honolulu Heights, and they lay siege outside the front door; when Adam later sneaks out the back to have a crafty cigarette, one of the reporters, Pete Travis, takes a photograph of him: a picture in which Adam cannot be seen. Pete has been on the track of vampires for many years, and he takes his latest evidence to Cutler; seeing an opportunity to implicate the werewolf community instead, Cutler suggests that he and the reporter pool their resources... Back at Honolulu Heights, Yvonne’s presence has a strange effect on the male housemates, after she innocently touches Tom and Hal: both men experience erotic dreams about her, and then clash with Adam over who should lay claim to the woman’s affections. Annie realises that although Yvonne has cast a spell over them, the woman is completely oblivious as to the true nature of her power …

Lenora Crichlow (Anna ‘Annie’ Clare Sawyer), Michael Socha (Tom McNair), Damien Molony (Hal), Andrew Gower (Cutler), Craig Roberts (Adam Jacobs), Selina Griffiths (Yvonne Bradshaw), Sacha Dhawan (Pete Travis), Ella Ainsworth (Henrietta)

Directed by Philip John
Produced by Philip Trethowan
Executive Producer Rob Pursey
A Touchpaper Television production for BBC Television

TX (BBC 3):
4th March 2012 @ 9:00 pm

*Featuring Annie Sawyer, Tom McNair and Hal