BBC One’s Emma Healey adaptation Elizabeth Is Missing will premiere on Sunday December 8th at 9pm, it has been announced.
Elizabeth Is Missing explores one woman’s struggle with dementia. When her best friend Elizabeth goes missing, Maud is convinced that something terrible has happened, and sets out to solve the mystery. But with her dementia worsening, unfinished business unearthed and the past and present starting to merge, Maud’s search takes on a poignant urgency. Will Maud be able to discover the truth before she loses herself completely?
The feature length drama, which is based on the novel by Emma Healey and was adapted for television by Andrea Gibb, is produced by STV Productions and stars Glenda Jackson, Sophie Rundle, Helen Behan, Maggie Steed, Liv Hill, Nell Williams, Mark Stanley, Sam Hazeldine, Neil Pendleton, Stuart McQuarrie, Linda Hargreaves, Michelle Duncan, John Paul Hurley, Brian Ferguson, Cara Kelly, Julie Hannan, Anna-Maria Nabirye, Nabs Aziz and Tom Urie. Chrissy Skinns is the producer, while Aisling Walsh directed. The executive producers are Sarah Brown and Andrea Gibb for STV Productions and Gaynor Holmes for BBC One.
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