|01||20070312||Chief Superintendent Ali Dizaei's controversial account of his time in the Metropolitan Police, written with Tim Phillips.|
Read by Paul Bhattacharjee.
Born in Iran in 1962, Dizaei arrived in the UK at the age of nine.
His childhood ambition of becoming a policeman never wavered.
|02||20070313||On 18 January 2001, Dizaei was scheduled for a routine meeting with his boss.|
Within hours, he had gone from being described in the newspapers as a high flier to being the subject of tabloid abuse.
|03||20070314||Suspended from his job and hounded by the media, Dizaei spent months waiting to find out if he was going to be arrested or actually charged with anything.|
|04||20070315||Tensions surface between Dizaei's role as legal adviser to the National Black Police Association and his job as a superintendent in Notting Hill.|
|05 LAST||20070316||Dizaei's story concludes at The Old Bailey.|