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  • 15 Minute Drama: Derailed (Complete)

  • By: Steve Chamber
  • Narrated by: Sara Poyzer, Tom Watt
  • Length: 1 hr and 8 mins
  • Radio/TV Program
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George is romantic and great fun but how much does Marie really know about her new partner? After a whirlwind romance and Mediterranean marriage to chirpy cockney George, Marie's plans for a cosy Christmas a deux are derailed when he says the band's schedule has changed.

George is hurt in the Taunton rail crash when Marie thought he was playing Christmas gigs with his band in Scotland. She drives South to discover a whole lot more about the past of the man she married. Is Marie's new husband George a bigamist? The woman at his hospital bedside says she is married to him too. Who is Marie to believe? He is now conscious and wants to talk to her.

On Christmas Day, Marie is unexpectedly pregnant, Laura still insists that she is married to her husband George, and there's another woman sitting at his bedside. Marie discovers that George has a family in London. How can she believe his explanations about Laura? How can she believe in a man who has so many secrets?

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