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The Friday Play: Bloody Sunday: Scenes from the Saville Inquiry


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2/2. The second part of the dramatisation of transcripts from the Saville Inquiry into the events of Bloody Sunday focuses on the testimony of the soldiers. Adapted by Richard Norton Taylor, who also wrote the introduction, read by Mark Penfold.
Producer Stephen Wright; Director Nicholas Kent


Adapted By: Richard Norton Taylor
Read By: Mark Penfold.
Producer: Stephen Wright
Director: Nicholas Kent
Lord Saville: Alan Parnaby
Eilis McDermott OC: Rita Hamill
Gen Sir Robert Ford: Michael Cochrane
Christopher Clarke OC: Thomas Wheatley
Michael Mansfield OC: Terrence Hardiman
Maj Gen Andrew MacLellan: John Castle
Col Derek Wilford: William Hoyland
Edwin Glasgow OC: James Woolley
Soldier: David Beames
Barry MacDonald OC: Gerard O'Hare
Soldier F: Michael Wilson
Reg: Michael Cochrane

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The Friday Play: Bloody Sunday: Scenes from the Saville Inquiry

BBC Radio 4 FM, 25 January 2008 21.00

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