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President Bush and his supporters have consistently compared what the US-led coalition is doing in Iraq with the American occupation of Japan after the Second World War. A pro-western parliamentary democracy was created by military occupation then, the argument goes, so it can be again.

But most expert historians disagree, dismissing the analogy as both false and dangerous. Mark Whitaker looks at the debate, and also explores what international law allows occupiers to do - and what it rules out.

20110906

by Andy Macdonald.

A tense and powerful drama exploring the timely issues of unemployment, ethics and international conflict. A fifty year old factory employee finds his own way to make a stand. With orders still on the books, Kenny Gall refuses to leave the factory he has worked in for more than thirty years. This will have serious implications for the company, his daughter, Ashley, and for a local ex-serviceman.

Kenny....Alexander Morton

Ashley....Sally Reid

Guy....Brian Ferguson

Jade/Clare....Tracy Wiles

Directed by Gaynor Macfarlane.

By Andy Macdonald. A factory employee decides to make a stand. Starring Alexander Morton.

20110906

by Andy Macdonald.

A tense and powerful drama exploring the timely issues of unemployment, ethics and international conflict.

A fifty year old factory employee finds his own way to make a stand.

With orders still on the books, Kenny Gall refuses to leave the factory he has worked in for more than thirty years.

This will have serious implications for the company, his daughter, Ashley, and for a local ex-serviceman.

Kenny - Alexander Morton

Ashley - Sally Reid

Guy - Brian Ferguson

Jade/Clare - Tracy Wiles

Directed by Gaynor Macfarlane.

A factory employee decides to make a stand.

Starring Alexander Morton.