Crown Court: Season 13, Episode 7

The Son of His Father: Part 1 (17 Jan. 1984)

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Mary Ginsel stands accused of blackmailing her local MP Sir Roland Richardson. The Prosecution allege that Miss Ginsel falsely accused Sir Roland, whom she met at her philately society, of ... See full summary »

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Rosalie Crutchley ...
Eloise Hunter
Andrew Downie ...
Alistair Miller
Donald Eccles ...
Justice Hammond
Gerald Flood ...
Sir Roland Richardson
Carol Frazer ...
Mary Ginsel
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Lee Sinclair
James Tomlinson ...
Peter Wheeler ...
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Charles Marchington
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Mary Ginsel stands accused of blackmailing her local MP Sir Roland Richardson. The Prosecution allege that Miss Ginsel falsely accused Sir Roland, whom she met at her philately society, of being the father of her young son and then threatened to expose him to the press if he did not pay her maintenance. Miss Ginsel admits that she asked him for money but says this was justified because he was the father of her child and that she made no threats towards him. Written by Alan Briscoe

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