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.
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.
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.
Tensions surface between Dizaei's role as legal adviser to the National Black Police Association and his job as a superintendent in Notting Hill.
Dizaei's story concludes at The Old Bailey.