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Airing Thursday 16th July at 9pm, The Murder of Stephen Lawrence tells the story of the aftermath of Stephen Lawrence's murder through the eyes of his parents, Doreen and Neville Lawrence.
Written and directed by Paul Greengrass, and first screened on ITV back in February 1999, the dramatisation stars Marianne Jean-Baptiste as Stephen's mother, Doreen, and Hugh Quarshie as his father, Neville.
David Calder, meanwhile, plays Metropolitan Police Chief Sir Paul Condon.
The Murder of Stephen Lawrence tells the story of the aftermath of Stephen Lawrence's murder through the eyes of his parents, Doreen and Neville Lawrence.
Greengrass's two-hour dramatisation opens by recreating the night in April 1993 when the 18-year-old A-level student was murdered by a gang of white youths in Eltham, south London.
The drama then follows the family's fight to bring their 18-year-old son's killers to justice, including the public inquiry into the police investigation of the murder.
Based on extensive research and interviews, the drama exposes the flaws in the system that failed the Lawrences.
The producer is Mark Redhead with executive producers Jeff Pope and Yvette Vanson.
Confirmed: The Murder of Stephen Lawrence. Another chance to watch the ITV dramatisation of the aftermath of Stephen Lawrence's murder through the eyes of his parents, Doreen and Neville Lawrence. Thursday 16 July at 9pm on ITV. pic.twitter.com/0YTaChsDcC- ITV Press Centre (@itvpresscentre) July 1, 2020
When the dramatisation was originally broadcast, producer Mark Redhead said: "We are trying to show what the Lawrences went through which, understandably, may have got lost in the court cases and all the publicity.
"It's fair, accurate, and restrained. The programme is based on our own research and interviews, as well as on us going down to the inquiry."
In light of the Black Lives Matter protests happening around the world, a re-screening of this powerful drama could not feel more timely.
'The Murder of Stephen Lawrence' will air Thursday 16th July at 9pm on ITV.
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