Growing up is hard to do, even when you've got football to keep you going - particularly when you're trying to find love and you're battling with a dark secret. Everyone thinks Liam O'Sullivan is a happy-go-lucky guy who is just having a few problems with the opposite sex. His long term girlfriend has recently dumped him after two very unfortunate incidents and like many young lads he's balancing the search for a new love with the important business of running his Sunday league football team. As if that wasn't enough to keep him hard at it, he's trying to find time to cheer on England from qualification to 2002 World Cup glory. His life seems like that of any other young man, but under the surface, things couldn't be more different. Liam is battling to cope with the aftermath of abuse he has suffered and his family is in the middle of an ongoing crisis which is to have a tragic conclusion. So when Liam meets Kate, the girl of his dreams, he hopes he will be able to solve his problems and find eventual happiness. By turns humorous and bleak, "Tell Someone?" probes into the heart of a very modern family to tackle issues which are all too familiar to many people. Witty and warm, it's a gripping story you won't be able to put down.