By David Park.

Abridged by Neville Teller.

Read by Gerard Murphy.


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012008012120110502 (R4+)"
Following the South African model, a Truth Commissioner is appointed to the new Northern Ireland.
He starts bravely but quickly uncovers some inconvenient truths about those now running the country.".
A new appointment is made as the Truth and Reconciliation process is adopted in Northern Ireland.
Read by Gerard Murphy.
The Truth and Reconciliation process is adopted in Northern Ireland.
022008012220110503 (R4+)Truth Commissioner Henry Stanfield is surprised to learn that a Commission witness knows his estranged daughter Emma and that she is pregnant.
In his new post, Henry Stanfield's estranged daughter thinks he can help in the search for Connor Walshe.
Read by Gerard Murphy.
Henry Stanfield's estranged daughter thinks he can help in the search for Connor Walshe.
032008012320110504 (R4+)The Truth Commissioner is dealing with the disappearance of Connor Walshe, but he finds that his estranged daughter Emma also has an interest in the case.
The newly appointed Minister for Children and Culture in Belfast needs to prove himself in his new post.
Read by Gerard Murphy.
The Minister for Children and Culture in Belfast needs to prove himself in his new post.
042008012420110505 (R4+)The disappearance of Connor Walshe during the Troubles is being investigated by Northern Ireland's Commission for Truth and Reconciliation.
The Truth and Reconciliation process investigates the disappearance of Connor Walshe during the Troubles.
Read by Gerard Murphy.
The Truth and Reconciliation process investigates the disappearance of Connor Walshe.
052008012520110506 (R4+)Fenton, who recruited Connor Walshe as an informer, is told that he is to appear before the Truth Commission but that he is to shield the man who ordered the boy's death, who is now a Minister in the government.
The man who recruited Connor Walshe as an informer has to appear before the new Irish Commission.
Read by Gerard Murphy.
The man who recruited Connor Walshe as an informer must appear before the Irish Commission
062008012820110509 (R4+)The Truth Commissioner discovers that a government minister and an ex-policeman may be implicated in the disappearance of a boy years earlier.
A government minister and an ex-policeman may be implicated in the disappearance of a boy years earlier.
Read by Gerard Murphy.
A government minister and an ex-policeman may be implicated in the disappearance of a boy.
072008012920110510 (R4+)The investigation into the disappearance of Connor Walshe has reached across the Atlantic.
Michael Madden, in hiding in America, is visited by two men who hand him an envelope.
Hiding out in America, Michael Madden is visited by two men who hand him an envelope.
Read by Gerard Murphy.
082008013020110511 (R4+)As the hearing of the Connor Walshe case draws to a close, the main players come under pressure from external forces.
Pressure from outside forces mounts as the hearing of the Connor Walshe case approaches.
Read by Gerard Murphy.
092008013120110512 (R4+)The disappearance of Connor Walshe comes before the Commission, but pressure has been put on each of the main protagonists to reveal only as much of the truth as is convenient.
Connor Walshe's case comes before the Truth Commission, but how much about his death will be revealed? Read by Gerard Murphy.
Connor Walshe's case comes before the Truth Commission, but how much will be revealed?
10 LAST2008020120110513 (R4+)Despite efforts to protect Gilroy, a Minister in the new Assembly, Madden names him as the murderer of Connor Walshe.
Stanfield summons Gilroy to the hearing.
Despite efforts to protect Gilroy, Stanfield summons him to the hearing of Connor Walshe.
Read by Gerard Murphy.

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