She Said - He Said

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0120180416

After a fresher's week party, a student is stunned to find himself accused of rape.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

Autumn term at Addison University. Two months after a freshers' week party, Stephanie makes her way to the police station and a young man is stunned to be accused of rape.

This is a fiction inspired by far too many real events. Many students in the UK today will be impacted during their time at university by a sexual assault case, as complainant, witness, supporter - or the accused.

Stephanie is a fresher at a party when she encounters Charlie and, in a few short minutes, their lives are changed forever. The subjectivity and so-called "grey areas" in the ensuing legal case are explored through the use of rolling monologues, as the narrative passes between the two young people at the centre of the accusation and on to those who surround and support them.

The author Eileen Horne has written numerous adaptations and original dramas for Radio 4, including her detective memoir The Lost Sister and, with Andrew Davies, The Mysterious Death of Jane Austen. She Said/He Said follows months of interviews with people on all sides of this painful subject.

Written by Eileen Horne
Produced and Directed by Clive Brill
A Brill production for BBC Radio 4.

0220180417

Charlie waits to hear if he will be charged, while Steph tries to get on with her studies.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

With the police investigation underway, Charlie gets a lawyer and waits to hear if he will be charged. Stephanie hides her secret from her family and tries to get on with university.

This is a fiction inspired by far too many real events. Many students in the UK today will be impacted during their time at university by a sexual assault case, as complainant, witness, supporter - or the accused.

Stephanie is a fresher at a party when she encounters Charlie and, in a few short minutes, their lives are changed forever. The subjectivity and so-called "grey areas" in the ensuing legal case are explored through the use of rolling monologues, as the narrative passes between the two young people at the centre of the accusation and on to those who surround and support them.

The author Eileen Horne has written numerous adaptations and original dramas for Radio 4, including her detective memoir The Lost Sister and, with Andrew Davies, The Mysterious Death of Jane Austen. She Said/He Said follows months of interviews with people on all sides of this painful subject.

Written by Eileen Horne
Produced and Directed by Clive Brill
A Brill production for BBC Radio 4.

0320180418

Charlie worries about proving his innocence as Stephanie considers dropping the case.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

Charlie's mum and girlfriend grapple with the fallout from the rape charge while he grows fearful in the face of the evidence. Stephanie considers dropping the case.

This is a fiction inspired by far too many real events. Many students in the UK today will be impacted during their time at university by a sexual assault case, as complainant, witness, supporter - or the accused.

Stephanie is a fresher at a party when she encounters Charlie and, in a few short minutes, their lives are changed forever. The subjectivity and so-called "grey areas" in the ensuing legal case are explored through the use of rolling monologues, as the narrative passes between the two young people at the centre of the accusation and on to those who surround and support them.

The author Eileen Horne has written numerous adaptations and original dramas for Radio 4, including her detective memoir The Lost Sister and, with Andrew Davies, The Mysterious Death of Jane Austen. She Said/He Said follows months of interviews with people on all sides of this painful subject.

Written by Eileen Horne
Produced and Directed by Clive Brill
A Brill production for BBC Radio 4.

0420180419

Pressure is building on Charlie as the date for the rape case gets ever closer.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

Pressure is building on Charlie as the date for the rape case gets ever closer. Meanwhile Stephanie struggles to maintain her anonymity.

This is a fiction inspired by far too many real events. Many students in the UK today will be impacted during their time at university by a sexual assault case, as complainant, witness, supporter - or the accused.

Stephanie is a fresher at a party when she encounters Charlie and, in a few short minutes, their lives are changed forever. The subjectivity and so-called "grey areas" in the ensuing legal case are explored through the use of rolling monologues, as the narrative passes between the two young people at the centre of the accusation and on to those who surround and support them.

The author Eileen Horne has written numerous adaptations and original dramas for Radio 4, including her detective memoir The Lost Sister and, with Andrew Davies, The Mysterious Death of Jane Austen. She Said/He Said follows months of interviews with people on all sides of this painful subject.

Written by Eileen Horne
Produced and Directed by Clive Brill
A Brill production for BBC Radio 4.

0520180420

The rape case moves into the courtroom, and Stephanie and Charlie must face their fears.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

The rape case moves into the courtroom. Steph and Charlie face their greatest fears and hopes for the outcome, as they take the stand, and their families and friends rally round.

This is a fiction inspired by far too many real events. Many students in the UK today will be impacted during their time at university by a sexual assault case, as complainant, witness, supporter - or the accused.

Stephanie is a fresher at a party when she encounters Charlie and, in a few short minutes, their lives are changed forever. The subjectivity and so-called "grey areas" in the ensuing legal case are explored through the use of rolling monologues, as the narrative passes between the two young people at the centre of the accusation and on to those who surround and support them.

The author Eileen Horne has written numerous adaptations and original dramas for Radio 4, including her detective memoir The Lost Sister and, with Andrew Davies, The Mysterious Death of Jane Austen. She Said/He Said follows months of interviews with people on all sides of this painful subject.

Written by Eileen Horne
Produced and Directed by Clive Brill
A Brill production for BBC Radio 4.

0520180420

The rape case moves into the courtroom, and Stephanie and Charlie must face their fears.

Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations

The rape case moves into the courtroom. Steph and Charlie face their greatest fears and hopes for the outcome, as they take the stand, and their families and friends rally round.

This is a fiction inspired by far too many real events. Many students in the UK today will be impacted during their time at university by a sexual assault case, as complainant, witness, supporter - or the accused.

Stephanie is a fresher at a party when she encounters Charlie and, in a few short minutes, their lives are changed forever. The subjectivity and so-called "grey areas" in the ensuing legal case are explored through the use of rolling monologues, as the narrative passes between the two young people at the centre of the accusation and on to those who surround and support them.

The author Eileen Horne has written numerous adaptations and original dramas for Radio 4, including her detective memoir The Lost Sister and, with Andrew Davies, The Mysterious Death of Jane Austen. She Said/He Said follows months of interviews with people on all sides of this painful subject.

Written by Eileen Horne
Produced and Directed by Clive Brill
A Brill production for BBC Radio 4.