Crown Court is a television courtroom drama produced by Granada Television for the ITV network which ran from 1972, when the Crown Court system replaced Assize courts and Quarter sessions in the legal system of England and Wales, to 1984. It was transmitted in the early afternoon.
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He gave as much as he pondered on the possible answers to the £32,000 Question .Charles Ingram , pictured outside Southwark Crown Court in the year 2003
But Ingram the price will never get money.
The result, as soon as the recording was finished when the producers worked, he had an accomplice among the waiting candidates, the cough, every time Ingram read a correct answer out loud.
"I thought of it as Ocean's Eleven or Mission: Impossible, but with a very middle-class people in Wiltshire.Sian Clifford and Matthew Macfadyen Diana and Charles Ingram
He tells The Story the same way on TV when he was in the Theater twice.
But also examines the Second Half of the possibility that he may have been innocent, and there is some evidence that supports this theory.
"He was painted in The Press as an idiot, someone who could not find the answers to these questions may have known," recalls Graham.Quiz began its life as a theatre in The West End, transferred in the year 2018
add to that the cough is heard, while the correct answers were not just a cough heard during the recording. There were a lot of coughs from The Audience , if wrong answers picked were.
Helen Mccrory , who also features in the ITV drama, recalls: "Chris Tarrant not hear the cough, the people on either side do not hear the cough, but for some Reason [Major Ingram] heard the cough, I mean, really? Well, maybe he has, maybe it was a complete set-up. But maybe he couldn't do it. "
"Diana Ingram was painted as this Lady Macbeth character, and I don't think that is who she is," Clifford says. "You struck me as an introvert and a nerd, and someone who is shy, quite, pretty sweet, definitely naive. "
Tarrant is played by Michael Sheen in the new ITV adaptation.
"I never had a single note [from you], you were such a good Sport, all The Way , even though you knew from the very beginning, one of the Central theses is," were you right?' And the perceived narrative that they were responsible for telling quite correct?
"But I think it is a mischief, in the you put it on the station that was responsible for The Story , and it sets you free to do certain things. "Quizzing network
The consortium increased together, the answers between themselves, the chances of each individual to get on the map.
they even offered a tailor-made service, where a competitor could make the ring A Number from your "phone-a-friend" lifeline, and your small band of General Knowledge , the experts would be on hand, as your friend, and you give The Answer .
the drama of the exploration of this group, and Ingram contact with you, continues to support the assumption that he was Guilty .
was running At the Quiz , as a Stage Show , theatre audience was given keypads and asked to vote at The End of The First half and Then Again at The End of the Second Half - if you thought that the Ingram's were Guilty or innocent.
"Except, strangely, for matinees, we don't know why," he laughs. "Obviously, a different audience. "