Subtitles The A Word S01E01 – Episode 1

The various generations of the Hughes family, who all love, work and fight like any other clan, find they must learn to communicate all over again when the youngest member is diagnosed with autism.

Season 01, Episode 01 
In their idyllic Lake District home, the extended Hughes family reunites for Joe’s fifth birthday party. But tensions soon rise among Alison, Paul and patriarch Maurice when newly-arrived Eddie and Nicola suggest Joe has communication problems.


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