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Saying It Out Loud is a one-off drama series based on a true story. Nicole Rayner (Michelle Keegan) was eight years old when her father Brian was diagnosed with an almost fatal brain tumour, but a place on clinical trial saved his life, but at a cost. The treatment left Brian both mentally and physically disabled and doctors didn't think he would make it, however Brian's survival instincts kicked and against all medical evidence he survived an extra thirteen years. 

Until one afternoon Nicole returns home on the last day of her first year at university to the news that Brian is suffering from lung cancer and it has already advanced to his brain and this time there is nothing they can do. Saying It Out Loud will explore from that day which changes Nicole's life forever and is sure to be powerful piece of drama.

Part I of Saying it out Loud was launched on Wednesday 19th August 2015.

As of 28th October 2015, there have been 2 episodes of Saying it out Loud.

On 21st November 2015, due to several personal committments, Hannah decided to leave Writers Express indefinitely, which means 'Saying It Out Loud' is now on ice indefinitely.

Cast Edit

Character Actor Duration Episodes
Nicole
Michelle Keegan 2015 Episode 1 -
Brian
Bruce Byron 2015 Episode 2 -
Diane
Gillian Taylforth 2015 Episode 1 -
JakeR
Max Bowden 2015 Episode 1 -
Joan
June Brown 2015 Episode 2 -
TomH
Ayden Callaghan 2015 Episode 1 -
Cassie
Melissa Suffield 2015 Episode 1 -
Angela
Letitia Dean 2015 Episode 2 -

The 'Saying it out Loud' Character Appearance CountEdit

As of: Wednesday 28th October 2015 | Number of Episodes to date: 2

Episodes Character
2 Episodes Nicole Rayner, Diane Rayner, Jake Rayner, Tom Holder
1 Episode Cassie Sutton, Brian Rayner, Joan Rayner, Angela Vine
Yet to Appear

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