There She Goes creator Shaun Pye on why he turned raising his

She was born in 2006 with a genetic condition so rare it is still undiagnosed. It has left her is unable to talk and with the mental age of a 12 or 18-month-old. Speaking to The Sunday Telegraph, Mr Pye said there were moments when watching David Tennant and Jessica Hynes acting scenes from his life that almost overwhelmed him.–– ADVERTISEMENT –– … As a seasoned comedy writer, Shaun Pye is accustomed to mining personal experiences to get laughs. However, his latest subject is so raw he initially thought it was a step too far for a sitcom. There She Goes, which airs on BBC Four on Tuesday, takes an unflinchingly honest look at the struggles Mr Pye and his family have endured raising his now 12-year-old daughter.

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