Colour Of Justice, The (BBC Two 1999, Michael Culver, Jenny Jules)

Drama The Colour of Justice was a dramatisation of the inquiry into the death of Stephen Lawrence, based on the actual transcripts and London’s Tricycle Theatre’s stage production.

Cast: Michael Culver (Sir William Macpherson), James Woolley (Edmund Lawson QC), Jenny Jules (Margo Boye Anawoma / Anesta Weekes), Jeremy Clyde (Michael Mansfield QC), Jan Chappell (Detective Constable Holden), Michael Attwell (William James Mellish), Michael Stroud (Jeremy Gompertz QC), Tim Woodward (Conor Taafe / Ian Johnston), Ken Drury (Police Sergeant Clement / Detective Inspector Bullock), William Hoyland (John Davidson), Paul Mari (Stephen Kamlish), Christopher Fox (Jamie Acourt), Tyrone De Rizzio (Neville Lawrence), Yvonne Pascal (Doreen Lawrence), Hugh Simon (Ian Macdonald QC), Alex Caan (Rajiv Menon), Roderic Culver (Michael Egan / Police Constable Gleason), Hilary Maclean (Police Constable Bethel), Thomas Wheatley (Inspector Groves), Mark Penfold (William Illsley), Nalina Tobierre (Grace Vaughan), Tanveer Ghani (Imran Khan), Ravi Aujla (Martin Soorjoo), Deborah Wilding (Sonia Woodley QC), Michelle Morris (Helen Elizabeth Avery), Leon Stewart (Duwayne Brookes)

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Writer and Director: Nicholas Kent / Producer: Simon Curtis

UK / BBC Two / 1×120 minutes / Broadcast 21 February 1999

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