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CLIP 11691

Crime and Punishment - a radio drama. (pt 2/2) (audio)

Crime and Punishment - a radio drama. (pt 2/2)  (audio)

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Key Info
  • Crime and Punishment - a radio drama. (pt 2/2) (audio)
  • Duration: 05:59
  • The second part of a short radio drama exploring issues concerned with honesty and personal property. The story continues with a flashback to the day before Gemma stole Dave's lighter and money. (Dave is her mum's boyfriend.) Gemma complains to her mum about the way Dave treats her. She is extremely unhappy. We rejoin the present and witness Gemma being interviewed by Mrs Johnson. Gemma eventually confesses everything. Mrs Johnson makes Gemma think back to a time when she had something taken from her. Gemma is sorry and Mrs Johnson talks about putting things right. The drama ends with Gemma pleading with Mrs Johnson and begging her not to tell her parents. This clip was first published on the BBC School Radio website. Please note it is an audio clip and only available in Flash.
  • Subject:



    Moral Social and Cultural Issues

  • Keywords: audio, schoolradio, pshe, citizenship, have your say, drama, key stage 2, theft, personal property, crime, punishment, stealing
Ideas for use in class
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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