Radio review: Subtle dramas make the greatest impact

It starts with the shamed statement: ‘‘January 30, 1972, Bloody Sunday was one of the most shameful days in the history of the British Army. On the streets of Londonderry, British paratroopers killed 13 unarmed civil rights marchers.”

19th January, 2008

It starts with the shamed statement: ‘‘January 30, 1972, Bloody Sunday was one of the most shameful days in the history of the British Army. On the streets of Londonderry, British paratroopers killed 13 unarmed civil rights marchers.”

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It makes for a riveting drama. Some people come across as shifty, with memories...

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