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Accused

Drama series set in a magistrates' court. Mukesh. Only Vijay's evidence can save his brother Mukesh who appears in court charged with common assault. But Vijay is being intimidated.
Jenny Roach FRANCESGREY, Liz Walton BEVERLEY
HILLS. Janet Walsh JANE MERROW. Jocelyn Halliday PEGGY SINCLAIR. Paul Harper LLOYD JOHNSTON.
Gerry Harrison DAVID TELFER. JackVincent
NICHOLAS BAILEY. Dee Yearwood MARLENE SIDAWAY. Mukesh
Gupta PAULSHARMA. Vijay Gupta AMEET CHANNA Written by Maurice Bessman ; Producer Diana Kyle
Director Jo Johnson
BBC One London

Accused

Another drama set in a magistrates' court. Carol. Carol is charged with assault for throwing boiling water over her ex-boyfriend. Ralph Kingsley CRISPIN BONHAM-CARTER , Susan Bellamy KATE LYNN-EVANS Liz Walton BEVERLEY HILLS Jenny Roach FRANCES Grey ,
Janet Walsh JANE MERROW
, Paul Harper LLOYD JOHNSTON ,
Derek Gravett DAVYD HARRIES , Dee Yearwood MARLENE SIDAWAY
, Gerry Harrison DAVIDTELFER ,
Jack Vincent NICHOLAS BAILEY , Carol JULIA FORD ,
Maureen KATE RUTTER , Peter Brett RAY MACALLAN
Written by Allan Swift , Andrew Bemhardt : Producer Diana Kyle ; Director Indra Bhose
BBC One London

Accused

Anotherdrama set in a magistrates' court. Mike. Why should a successful businessman be accused of stealing a few pounds worth of goods from a store? Antony Mackie ADAM BAREHAM. Harold Jameson
FRED PEARSON. Dan Chapman GEOFFREY HUTCHINGS,
Paul Harper LLOYD JOHNSTON. Derek Gravett DAVYD
HARRIES, Dee Yearwood MARLENE SIDAWAY,
Gerry Harrison DAVIDTELFER , Jack Vincent , NICHOLAS
BAILEY, Michael Cairns ROB EDWARDS.
Emma Cairns ALISON ROSE, PC Lomax MARK CAREY
Written by Carolyn Sally Jones ; Producer Diana Kyle
DirectorGwennanSage Stereo Subtitled .
BBC One London

Accused

Last part of the legal drama series.
George. A man is charged with actual bodily harm against his hated son-in-law.
Written by Allan Swift and Andrew Bernhardt Producer Diana Kyle ; Director Gwennan Sage
BBC One London

Accused

Second in a drama series following individual cases in a magistrates' court. Billy. Until now Billy's criminal antics have given everyone a good laugh, but this is his firsttime in an adult court.
Written by Carolyn Sally Jones ; Producer Diana Kyle
Director Rob Evans
BBC One London

Accused

First in a new eight-part drama series where each episode follows a single case in a busy magistrates' court.
Joyce. Duty solicitor Antony Mackie 's client insists on pleadingguiltyto heroin possession, even though she is innocent.
Written by Christopher Reason ; Producer Diana Kyle Director Rob Evans Stereo Subtitled ....
BBC One London

Accused

A legal drama series. Kirkpatrick. Ralph Kingsley attempts to undermine the only witness to a case of careless driving which killed a woman.
Written by Christopher Reason ; Producer Diana Kyle Director Jo Johnson
BBC Radio 4 FM

Classic Serial: Felix Holt, the Radical

3/3. Following the riots on Election Day, Felix has been thrown into prison, accused of attempted murder, but Esther is determined to save him. George Eliot 's romance, set against the upheavals in the wake of the Reform Act of 1832, is adapted by Michael Eaton.
Producer Nicholas Newton : Director Lucy Bailey Repeated on Saturday at 9pm
BBC Radio 4 FM

A Tale of Two Cities

by CHARLES DICKENS adapted in seven episodes by NICK MCCARTY. Withand
2: Five Years Later
Charles Damay stands on trial at the Old Bailey, accused of treason. Jerry Cruncher does not believe he can be saved.
With JOHN WARNER ,
NICHOLAS COURTNEY ,
JOHN MOFFATT , IAN MICHE, MICHAEL GRAHAM COX, PETER CRAZE,
KEN CUMBERLIDGE , IAN TARGETT , RICHARD TATE , DOMINIC RICKHARDS, JO KENDALL.
Music by Wilfredo Acosta Directed by IAN COTTERELL Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

No Further Questions

Nicholas Stewart QC looks at six significant trials in the annals of English law. The Golden Dawn. The trial of the American leaders of a religious cult in Edwardian London. At the Old Bailey, Theodore Horos was accused of raping a 16-year-old convert, and his wife, The Swami, of assisting. With
Bob Sherman as Theodore Horos and Lorelei King as The Swami.
Dramatised by Paul Burns Producer Louise Greenberg
BBC One London

EastEnders

Accusations fly at Laura's meeting. Jim has a surprise.
Episode written by Jeff Povey ; Producer Jenny Robins ; Director John Greening Repeated at 10pm on BBC Choice Omnibus next Sunday Soap&Flannel, plus six degrees of soap-eration: page 44 Gary Beadle 's live marriage proposal: page 11
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