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Genome: [r4 Bd=19950512]

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

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950512]

Unknown: Nicholas Stewart

Unknown: Bob Sherman

Unknown: Theodore Horos

Unknown: Lorelei King

Dramatised By: Paul Burns

Producer: Louise Greenberg

Daisy Adams: Deborah Berlin

Mr Justice Bigham: Garard Green

Sir Edward Carson: David Collings

Laura Faulkner: Becky Hindley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950519]

Nicholas Stewart QC looks at significant trials in the annals of English law.

2: Liversidge v Anderson. In 1939, Robert Liversidge was detained as a person suspected of having "hostile associations". With Peter Penry-Jones as Lord Atkin. Dramatised by Paul Burns Producer Louise Greenberg

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950519]

Unknown: Nicholas Stewart

Unknown: Robert Liversidge

Unknown: Peter Penry-Jones

Dramatised By: Paul Burns

Producer: Louise Greenberg

DN Pritt: James Greene

Viscount Maugham: Hugh Dickson

Lord Wright: Peter Yapp

Lord Macmillan: Garard Green

Sir Donald Somervell: Donald Gee

Elizabeth Atkin: Fiona Walker

SirGranvilleRam: Hugh Walters

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950526]

Nicholas Stewart QC looks at significant trials in the annals of English law.

3: His Majesty's Subject. With Beverly Andrews as Luisa Calderon and Peter Yapp as Governor Picton. Dramatised by Paul Burns Producer Neil Trevithick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950526]

Unknown: Nicholas Stewart

Unknown: Beverly Andrews

Unknown: Luisa Calderon

Unknown: Peter Yapp

Dramatised By: Paul Burns

Producer: Neil Trevithick

William Garrow: John Evitts

William Adam: Michael Onslow

Hilario de Begorrat: Kenneth Gardnier

Robert: Dallas Jackklaff

Juan de Montes STEFAN: Kali Pha

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950602]

Nicholas Stewart QC looks at six trials in the annals of English law.

4: Slasher Mary and the Nation 's Venus. This week's case involves Mary Raleigh Richardson who damaged a Velasquez painting to draw attention to the suffering of Emmeline Pankhurst under the force-feeding regime administered to militant suffragettes in prison. With Emma Richler as Mary Richardson. With Natasha Pyne. Dramatised by Paul Burns Producer Neil Trevithick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950602]

Unknown: Nicholas Stewart

Unknown: Slasher Mary

Unknown: Mary Raleigh Richardson

Unknown: Emmeline Pankhurst

Unknown: Emma Richler

Unknown: Mary Richardson.

Unknown: Natasha Pyne.

Dramatised By: Paul Burns

Producer: Neil Trevithick

Annie Kenny: Oona Beeson

Reginald McKenna: Gavin Muir

Robert Wallace: John Hartley

MrMuskett: David Sinclair

Mr Hopkins: John Turner

Mr Travers Humphreys: James Taylor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950609]

Nicholas Stewart QC looks at six trials in the annals of English law.

5: Care and Supervision. Laws relating to children are often instigated by a nationally reported case which sets Parliament going. In 1973, it was the inquiry into the death of Maria Colwell. With Kristin Milward. Natasha Pyne and Jane Whittenshaw. Dramatised by Paul Burns Producer Louise Greenberg

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950609]

Unknown: Nicholas Stewart

Unknown: Maria Colwell.

Unknown: Kristin Milward.

Unknown: Natasha Pyne

Unknown: Jane Whittenshaw.

Dramatised By: Paul Burns

Producer: Louise Greenberg

Richard Harvey QC: Jonathan Keeble

Anthony McCowanQC: John Hartley

Professor James Cameron: Peter Yapp

Mrs Pauline Kepple: Becky Hindley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950616]

Last of the series in which Nicholas Stewart QC looks at significant trials. A Repulsive Connection. In the 1870s, the Duke of Grafton's son attempted to extricate himself from his marriage to a circus performer. With John Hartley as George Manley Smith , Jonathan Keeble and Kristin Milward as Lord and Lady Euston and Peter Penry-Jones as Charles Russell QC. Dramatised by Paul Burns Producer Louise Greenberg

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950616]

Unknown: Nicholas Stewart

Unknown: John Hartley

Unknown: George Manley Smith

Unknown: Jonathan Keeble

Unknown: Kristin Milward

Unknown: Peter Penry-Jones

Unknown: Charles Russell

Dramatised By: Paul Burns

Producer: Louise Greenberg

Frederick Inderwick: Qc Peter Yapp

Henry Johnson: Andrew Branch

Sir Joseph Hannen: Garard Green