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"Being Human" Educating Creature (2010)

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Toby Whithouse (creator)
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Original Air Date:
31 January 2010 (Season 2, Episode 4)
While Mitchell runs AA meetings for blood addicts, George begins teaching English as a second language, and Annie takes lessons from a war vet in shutting the door. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Lenora Crichlow ... Annie Sawyer

Russell Tovey ... George

Aidan Turner ... Mitchell

Sinead Keenan ... Nina (as Sinéad Keenan)

Lyndsey Marshal ... Lucy

Donald Sumpter ... Kemp

Paul Rhys ... Ivan

Bryan Dick ... Sykes

Mark Fleischmann ... Technician

Lucy Gaskell ... Sam

Vincent Franklin ... Ross
Alex Warren ... Campbell
Dale Meeks ... Welder
Federico Zanni ... Pablo
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Amy Manson ... Daisy (uncredited)

John R. Walker ... Postman (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Kenneth Glenaan  (as Kenny Glenaan)
Writing credits
Toby Whithouse (creator)

Jamie Mathieson (written by)

Produced by
Matthew Bouch .... producer
Rob Pursey .... executive producer
Debbi Slater .... line producer
Toby Whithouse .... executive producer
Original Music by
Richard Wells 
Cinematography by
Nic Morris (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Paul Endacott 
Casting by
Di Carling 
Production Design by
Andrew Purcell 
Art Direction by
Bill Brown 
Costume Design by
Stewart Meachem 
Makeup Department
Jenny Dyer .... makeup artist
Marcus Whitney .... hair designer
Marcus Whitney .... makeup designer
Production Management
Phillipa Cole .... production supervisor
Andy Eliot .... unit manager
Rachael Lund .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sarah Davies .... first assistant director
Mike Gallivan .... third assistant director (as Michael Gallivan)
Derek Ritchie .... second assistant director
Art Department
Richard Bennett .... production buyer
Will Cann .... stand-by props
Chris Cutler .... property master
Eleanor Farnham .... art department trainee
Philip Higgs .... set dresser
Paul Jones .... stand-by carpenter
Rachael Jones .... stand-by art director
Richard Kelloway .... prop hand
Nigel Salter .... prop hand
John Truckle .... advanced rigger
Sound Department
Abdulqader Amoud .... sound assistant (as Abdul Amoud)
Darran Clement .... dialogue editor
Emma Cogan .... sound assistant
Helen Dickson .... foley editor
Howard Eaves .... sound effects editor
Peter Jeffreys .... dubbing mixer
Adam Margetts .... sound maintenance
Stuart McCutcheon .... sound maintenance
John Mooney .... sound recordist
Nick Roberts .... adr mixer
Caroline Robinson .... adr recordist
Josh Whitlam .... sound assistant (as Joshua Whitlam)
Stuart McCutcheon .... boom operator (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Neill Gorton .... special effects designer
Martina Hawkins .... special effects administrator
Rob Mayor .... special effects supervisor
Jon Moore .... animatronic operator
Mark Turner .... special effects supervisor
Kate Walshe .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Craig Higgins .... visual effects
Andy Bradford .... stunt coordinator
Glenn Marks .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Clive Baldwin .... grip
Charlie Cowper .... jib assistant: assistant camera
Matt Grace .... electrician
Lydia Hall .... camera assistant
Ian Jewels .... gaffer
Clive Johnson .... electrician
Roger Pearce .... camera operator
Ben Purcell .... electrician
Laurence Wright .... camera trainee
Mari Yamamura .... first assistant camera
Casting Department
Rebecca Wright .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Gemma Evans .... costumes
Barbara Harrington .... costume supervisor
Andrea Mear .... costumes
Editorial Department
Jon Everett .... colorist
Maria-Luisa Meredith .... temp assistant editor
Matt Mullins .... on-line editor
Joel Skinner .... assistant editor
Location Management
Jonathan Allott .... location manager
John Withers .... location assistant
Music Department
Jake Jackson .... score mixer
Ross Sellwood .... music supervisor
Other crew
Sarah Carswell .... assistant co-ordinator
Ash Cross .... production assistant
Vicki Howe .... script supervisor
Steve Monchar .... production accountant (as Steven Monchar)
Helen Municchi .... production executive
Helen Revington .... unit nurse
Alec Thorne .... assistant accountant
Philip Trethowan .... script editor

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Toby Whithouse  creator

DistributorsSpecial EffectsOther Companies

Additional Details

59 min

Did You Know?

The title is a reference to the 1983 film 'Educating Rita ' starring Michael Caine and Julie WaltersSee more »
Kemp:I'm not here about a job. I'm here about those wonderful papers you wrote last year.
Lucy:Oh, great.
Kemp:Your theory of a gene that could be the cause of all evil, was a revelation.
Lucy:Those papers were merely speculative. An intellectual exercise that some people...
Kemp:Really? So you don't mean a word of it.
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Movie Connections:
References Educating Rita (1983)See more »


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Mitchell gets darker, 3 February 2010
Author: Loxley64 from Sheffield

Interesting developments of this excellent series. With Mitchell now taking control of the vampire clan with them following him willingly, he sets about creating an 'AA' style meeting process to wean them off blood. But it's a one rule for them, one rule for other scenario with a secret blood supply for the privileged. Meanwhile we learn more about the sinister scientists and that they are not all working toward the same goal. George start to find love in a new job, though his interesting attempts to curb his monthly cycle have an unfortunate side effect. Annie is saved from the 'other side' by a helpful ghost from WW2, though why he is hanging around is left to be discovered.

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