Interrogation - Series 1, The [ad]

Episodes

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AD01Rod2012021320161019 (R4)

by Roy Williams.

1/3 The story of Rod, a Premier League footballer accused of rape, who discovers his skill, wealth and fame make no odds in a police station.

Cast

DS Max Matthews - Kenneth Cranham

DC Sean Armitage - Alex Lanipekun

Rod Tyler - Joe Sims

Helen Cottol - Katie Angelou

Mother - Tracy Wiles

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole

Notes

The Interrogation, running Wednesday to Friday this week, comprises three hard-hitting contemporary crime stories that probe some of today's most complex moral issues.

Roy Williams is an award-winning English playwright, and is considered one of the most astute and talented chroniclers of his time. Williams has many awards including the George Devine Award for Lift Off, the 2001 Evening Standard Award for Most Promising Playwright for his play Clubland, the 2002 BAFTA for Best Schools Drama for Offside and 2004 South Bank Show Arts Council Decibel Award. His most recent play Sucker Punch was nominated for the Evening Standard Award for Best New Play and the Olivier Award for Best New Play 2011, and is currently playing in Washington DC. He was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2008 Birthday Honours.

AD02Jermaine2012021420161020 (R4)

by Roy Williams.

2/3 The story of Jermaine, a ruthless and amoral young gang member, who Max and Sean find disturbingly keen to confess.

Cast

DS Max Matthews - Kenneth Cranham

DC Sean Armitage - Alex Lanipekun

Jermaine - Anthony Welsh

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole.

AD03Sarah2012021520161021 (R4)

by Roy Williams, with Kenneth Cranham and Alex Lanipekun. 3/3 The story of Sarah, married into a racist family, who has been holding out against their influence for years.

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by Roy Williams.

3/3 The story of Sarah, married into a racist family, who has been holding out against their influence for years.

Cast

DS Max Matthews - Kenneth Cranham

DC Sean Armitage - Alex Lanipekun

Sarah - Claire Louise Cordwell

Danny - Carl Prekopp

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole.