Martin Freeman on the real-life crime drama 'A Confession'

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Martin Freeman on the real-life crime drama 'A Confession'

Martin Freeman and Imelda Staunton are leading the cast for ITV's new drama A Confession.

The six parter, by the Bafta winning writer Jeff Pope tells the true story of a detective who breached police rules to solve the case of two missing women from Swindon.

The story takes audiences back to 2011 - when Detective Superintendent Steve Fulcher got a confession from the killer of Sian O'Callaghan and Becky Godden 
without cautioning him first, or giving him access to a solicitor. It almost led to the collapse of the trial.  


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