‘Banana’ Season 1 episode guide

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From Queer as Folk writer Russell T Davies, E4’s Banana is a series of eight witty, heartfelt and unique stand-alone stories covering different aspects of LGBT life.

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Featuring exciting and emerging talent from the fields of acting, writing and directing, Banana offers an intriguing and often unexpected peek into the individual lives, loves and losses of a range of diverse characters.

Young lesbian, Scotty (Letitia Wright) pursues an unrequited love; Dean (Fisayo Akinade) has mysterious family secrets and a sexually charged liaison with an enigmatic Geordie man (Andrew Hayden-Smith); Sian (Georgia Henshaw) struggles to choose between lover Violet (Hannah John-Kamen) and her over-protective mum Vanessa (Lynn Hunter); and Helen (Bethany Black) is besieged by unwanted attention from an ex.

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Episode 1: ‘Dean’

Thursday 22 January 2015, 10pm

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Dean’s 19, with a job, a flat and all the sex he wants. But no matter how fast he runs, his problems are catching up with him…


Episode 2: ‘Scotty’

Thursday 29 January 2015, 10pm

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When Scotty sees Yvonne, it’s love at first sight. But as love turns to obsession, Scotty’s life spirals out of control.


Episode 3: ‘Violet and Sian’

Thursday 5 February 2015, 10pm

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Two lives collide when uptight Sian meets wild-at-heart Violet. Opposites might attract for a while, but how long can this couple last?


Episode 4: ‘Helen’

Thursday 12 February 2015, 10pm

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Helen (Bethany Black) has to get tough with her ex, Eddie (Andrew Knott), but her birthday turns into a disaster when Eddie takes revenge.


Episode 5: ‘Josh’

Thursday 19 February 2015, 10pm

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Josh (Luke Newberry) leaves Freddie’s (Freddie Fox) bed to return home for Sophie’s (Chloe Harris) wedding. Now Josh is out, gay and happy, has he outgrown his best friend?


Episode 6: ‘Amy’

Thursday 26 February 2015, 10pm

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Amy’s (Charlie Covell) got a date with Kay (T’nia Miller), but in order to find happiness, she must defeat her greatest enemy – her own imagination!


Episode 7: ‘Aiden and Frank’

Thursday 5 March 2015, 10pm

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After a hot, wild night, Aiden (Dino Fetscher) and Frank (Alex Frost) find themselves walking across Manchester. Can a one night stand become something more?


Episode 8: ‘Vanessa and Zara’

Thursday 12 March 2015, 10pm

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As the door closes for the last time on the Calico flats, Vanessa (Lynn Hunter) finds her world collapsing when Zara (Nikki Fagbemi) makes a shocking confession.


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