Page 8, 20th March 1987

20th March 1987
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Page 8, 20th March 1987 — Book of trials and errors on the Guildford Four

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Organisations: Waterman Arts Centre
People: Robert Kee


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Book of trials and errors on the Guildford Four

SEALINK, Irish Ferry Line, are sponsors of "Siamsa Cois Uisce" The Festival by the Water, a comprehensive Festival of Irish Culture, which continues until March 31 at the Waterman Arts Centre, 40, High Street, Brentford, Middlesex, details from 01-400-8400.

My personal choice would be

to hear Robert Kee talking on his latest book, "Trial and Error" a study of the controversy surrounding the Maguire family case and the Guildford Four, which makes a case for those claiming wrongful conviction for the Woolwich bombings and the Guildford public house explosions.

Robert Kee' s journalistic work includes writing for Picture Post, The Observer and The Sunday Times. He was also Library Editor of The Spectator. He has worked on current affairs programmes for 25 years for both BBC and ITV.

His books on Ireland include The Green Flag and Ireland: A History, taken from the television documentary series.

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