Tout Va Bien
Christine Murphy

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Meet Robert.

A comfort to those who believe their dead loved ones are still close by, Robert the psychic hooks them up across the ether with spiritual readings and meditation podcasts. But when one encounter with an elderly client reveals more than most, Robert is gifted an opportunity to speak from the heart.

You’ll meet Robert, Mrs Dunwoody and hear about a lost dog called George in Tout Va Bien, the fifth of eight 10 minute plays, in the audio play series, On the Street Where We Live.

Written by Christine Murphy
Robert voiced by Sean Kearns
Sheila voiced by Helena Bereen

Age guidance: 16+

You can’t come to our place, so we’ll come to yours.
On The Street Where We Live explores love, tragedy and redemption; hope, compassion and forgiveness. It’s funny and upbeat; tragic and heart-wrenching. It’s about real people leading unreal lives. It’s about the times we’re living through. It’s about the streets we’re living on.

Meet the Creative Team

Written by Christine Murphy

Christine Murphy is a scriptwriter from Belfast. Her debut feature film Cup Cake premiered and won the Audience Award at the Belfast Film Festival in 2010. In 2013, she won the Irish Writers’ Guild Zebbie Award for her BBC Radio 4 drama Kicking the Air starring Vicky McClure. She is a 2016 alumnus of the prestigious eQuinoxe Europe script development programme. She has written for several long-running TV series, including Emmerdale and Eastenders and is currently writing for the new Britbox/BBC TV series Hope Street.

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