Harry Ferrier in The Radicalisation Of Bradley Manning. Photo: Farrows Creative/National Theatre Wales
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Archive: On set of award-winning Bradley Manning play

A play about Bradley Manning, the American soldier convicted of releasing US state secrets to Wikileaks, has won the new theatre category of one of Britain's oldest literary awards.

The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning by Tim Price is the first play to win the James Tait Black prize for drama.

The BBC's Vincent Dowd spoke to the stars of the play ahead of the premiere in April 2012.

First broadcast on BBC World Service in April 2012

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