New evidence New Inquiry?: Implications of the claim by Dr Ed Walker that he was treating victims of the disaster 25 minutes after the Coroner's cut off time: interviews with: Phil Johnson, Editor of 'Hospital Doctor' magazine; Short interview (clip) with Ann Williams who says that Dr Walker's evidence is a vindication of victims who've insisted their loved ones died after the 3.15 cut off; Pressing for a new inquiry; Short interview with Councillor Jack Spriggs, Chair of Liverpool City Council's Hillsborough Working Party who says the new evidence vindicates the families' stand; clip from BAFTA awards - Jimmy McGovern's docudrama wins the award for the best single drama; Home Secretary statement - Monday 30th June 1997 - McGovern's docudrama wins the award for the best single drama; Home Secretary statement - Monday 30th June 1997 - setting up re. Commons announcement of Independent Inquiry into evidence:10 minutes, includes questions from the house; Interview with Ann Adlington, solicitor for Hillsborough families; Interview with Ian McBride, Exec. Producer of 'Hillsborough' film; Short interview (clip) Phil Scraton, who led the Hillsborough Research project, says case for fresh inquiry is compelling;Interview with Dave and Maureen Church - parents of 19 year old victim Gary, and their hopes for a fresh inquiry; Radio piece on Home Secretary statement; Second part of disk covers the Government proposals for changes in law which would make companies liable for manslaughter if the deaths were caused by their own negligence

Unique ID: BRM000000150001
Date(s): 01 February 1997
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01 October 1997
Contributor: BBC Radio Merseyside
Folder title: All documents
Sub-folder title: All documents
Original format: Audio-visual
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