Had anyone been watching the drama documentary 'Three Girls' on BBC this week? I knew about the case when it came to court as it was reported widely on television and in the newspapers, and as an ex teacher who worked in an inner city school, with frequent collaboration with Social Services, and with a variety of cultures represented in the school, I thought I wouldn't be easily shocked, but the truth is I have found the programme harrowing, particularly the first episode. I think it's important for programmes such as this to made, so that everyone (who chooses to watch) are aware of what can happen, particularly when the authorities do not listen.
What do others think?
maddyone Thu 18-May-17 18:55:23
gillybob Thu 18-May-17 19:00:34
gillybob Thu 18-May-17 19:01:49
maddyone Thu 18-May-17 20:03:59