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The Facts Speak for Themselves

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
by Mark Leech, twice winner of the Arthur Koestler Award for writing by prisoners. A thumbprint is all that stands between prison and freedom for Robert Holland , but can his barrister find an explanation that will satisfy the jury?
Director Ned Chaillet

Contributors

Writer: Mark Leech
Director: Ned Chaillet
Michael Hamilton: Struan Rodger
Robert Holland: Larry Dann
Enyd Davies: Meg Davies
Alan McDonald: Steve Hodson
Valerie Palmer: Kate Binchy
James Langley: Keith Drinkel
JudgeMcGee: Eric Allan
Paul Bates: Matthew Morgan
Ericjonesll: Philip Anthony
DavidLogan: Nicholas Murchie
Clerk of Court: John Webb
Prison Officer: Jonathan Tafler
Police dispatch: Melanie Hudson

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The Facts Speak for Themselves

BBC Radio 4 FM, 9 August 1993 14.00






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