When Mr Justice Leonard gave a lenient sentence to the rapist in the Ealing Vicarage case, it was, he said, because the victim suffered 'no great trauma'. Four years on, Jill Saward now corrects that verdict, and explains to Jenni Murray why she has decided to tell her own story publicly.
Serial: When My Girl Comes Home (2)
(Jill Saward appears in 'Everyman' on Sunday, 10.25pm, BBC 1)
How do young people end up living rough in cardboard boxes?
Written by Dave Simpson.
With John Branwell , Joyce Gibbs , Malcolm Hebden , Rodney Litchfield and Sharon Muircroft.
Director Kay Patrick. Stereo
The post-mortem has shown that Stephanie Craigellachie had an 'I belong to Dino' tattoo. Who is Dino and what did he have to do with Stephanie's murder?
Adapted by Stephen Mulrine
Mrs Keys/Mrs Dino:
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