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WH: Presenting live is fabulous, on radio and TV – and daytime, though watched by fewer people than prime time, gives a presenter a little more time to be him or herself. That said, I did a series of Biography shows for ITV and working with Ricky Tomlinson, Paul Mc Cartney and others of that ilk was a buzz. I am also just recording my first ever Podcast series and loving it. The Jury Room starts May 28th at 10pm exclusively on CBS Reality.A CBS Reality Original Series Premiere on Tuesday 3rd September at . “The Real Prime Suspect” is a 10-part series led by Jackie Malton, a former Scotland Yard detective, one of the first female members of the Flying Squad and the inspiration for the character of DCI Jane Tennison, played by Helen Mirren, in the multi-award winning drama “Prime Suspect” by Lynda La Plante.It was like a John Le Carre novel and I recorded my response for a BBC programme which was all about the chance to stand in a spot steeped in historical resonance.As for covering an historic event which unfolded in front of me; I suppose the anti-Thatcher riots in Liverpool will stick in the memory – there was never quite such a social divide, it seemed to me, between notions of what fairness and justice were.Saying someone is not guilty of a murder when they have already been convicted by a real Jury should not be something done lightly.If a juror was able to convince me they ‘got’ that, I was happy.
CBSR: You’ve had many roles throughout your career, which one is your favourite? WH: Apart from The Jury Room, series 2 of Nurses Who Kill and a drama documentary for 2018 I can’t talk about.That particular prime minister did not accept the rioters had a point and the rioters did not accept Mrs Thatcher was a legitimate leader.CBSR: Where did the idea for The Jury Room come from? I was forever struck by how few of us know what goes on in a Court never mind the Jury Room – and maybe that’s why my favourite movie is 12 Angry Men.On May 28th a compelling new series starts exclusively on CBS Reality, The Jury Room.The programme re-examines real murder cases where convicted killers have always maintained their innocence.
I firmly believe justice must be seen to be done, but instead our court system remains a mystery to most people and I don’t think that helps in the fight against crime.