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Drama on 3: Talking to Terrorists

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By Robin Soans. This play is based on interviews the writer, director and actors undertook with people from around the world who have been involved in terrorism. They wanted to know what makes ordinary people do extreme things. As well as those who crossed the line, they met peacemakers, politicians, warriors, journalists, hostages and psychologists, and their stories lead from Uganda, Israel, Turkey, Iraq and Ireland to the heart of the British establishment.
Music arranger Felix Cross Director Max Stafford-Clark Producer Marilyn Imrie

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Soans.
Director: Max Stafford-Clark
Producer: Marilyn Imrie
An ex-member of the Ugandan National Resistance Army: Chlpo Chung
An ex-member of the Ulster Volunteer Force: Jonathan Cullen
Edward, a psychologist: Christopher Ettrldoe
An ex-member of the Kurdish Workers' Party: Alexander Hanson
An ex-member of the IRA: Lloyd Hutchinson
Rima, a journalist: Catherine Russell
The ex-head of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigade, Bethlehem: Chris Ryman
An ex-Secretary of State: June Watson

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Drama on 3: Talking to Terrorists

BBC Radio 3, 23 October 2005 20.00






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