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Angel Of Death: The Beverly Allitt Story (BBC Drama, Charlie Brooks)

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In one off drama documentary Angel of Death we are told the story of Beverly Allitt (played by Charlie Brooks), the nurse who, in 1993, was convicted of murdering four children and harming nine others at Grantham Hospital in Lincolnshire.

The hour long production mixed dramatised moments with archive footage and testimony from victims’ parents, medical staff and the police.

Helen Baxendale narrated.

Cast: Charlie Brooks (Beverly Allitt), Erica Rogers (Tracy Jobson), Rob Dixon (Detective Inspector Stuart Clifton), Ian Kelsey (David Crampton), Abigail Fisher (Kath Crampton), Joanna Bending (Sue Phillips), Jonathan Oliver (Peter Phillips), Caron Anson (Doctor Nanayakkara), Howard Lee (Doctor Porter), Emily Aston (Nurse Betty), Georgie Glen (Nurse Kate), Tegwen Tucker (Nurse Sue), Richard Sutton (Chris Taylor), Becci Gemmell (Jo Taylor), Joanna Bacon (Moira Onions), Jill Finlay (Policewoman), Carly Harris-Sutcliffe (Casualty Nurse), Helen Baxendale (Narrator)

Writer: Kate Harrison / Music: Steven Price / Executive Producer: Simon Ford / Producer and Director: Cathy Elliott

UK / BBC One / 1×60 minute episode / Broadcast 3 May 2006