Justice – by Olly Jarvis
Narrated by the late, great, Tim Pigott-Smith
This highly acclaimed short story was originally aired on BBC Radio.
A twisting tale which explores the thought processes of ageing barrister, Harry Fox while cross-examining the alleged victim of a marital rape. Things are never what they seem…
Writer – Olly Jarvis
Olly Jarvis is a crime writer and practising criminal barrister. His debut novel, a legal thriller, Death By Dangerous was longlisted for the CWA Debut Dagger in 2016.
Jarvis is also the founder of, and presenter on, The Crime Hub.
He tweets from @ollyjarviso
Narrator – Tim Pigott-Smith
Tim Pigott-Smith died in 2017 at the height of his fame. He was firmly established as one of Britain’s leading actors.
His film career included Alexander, The Four Feathers, Clash of the Titans, Gangs of New York, Johnny English, The Remains of the Day and V for Vendetta. He played Major General Robert Ford in director Paul Greengrass‘s Bloody Sunday (2002), and as the Foreign Secretary in the James Bond film Quantum of Solace (2008). His last film role was that of Sir Henry Ponsonby, Queen Victoria’s Private Secretary, in Victoria & Abdul (2017)
He also appeared in many productions for theatre and radio, including Charles The Third at the Almeida Theatre, West End and on Broadway, and later filmed, for which he was nominated for BAFTA, Drama Desk and Tony awards.