Disturbing incidents caught on closed-circuit TV help illustrate the plight of women affected by domestic violence, while cameras follow west London police as they track down those accused of abuse. Will the new laws soon to come into force help police and the legal system better protect victims?
Narrated by Paul McGann.
6/6. A beautiful day, a bishop and a blessing await Lord Lee and David, and there's a happy ending for Lincolnshire lesbians Susanah and Michelle. Plus, Ian and Dena's wedding day provides a chance for a sing-song.
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