P313 4-Tel 313 Mon 19 Jun C4 11:11:10    Preview    SHORT STORIES:  Silent Witness  Tonight, 20.00-20.30 Short Stories follows Graeme, Mary and Gabriel as they relive the trauma of their experience and try to make sense of it. Why did this happen? The Millers are seen taking advice from their lawyer Michael Schwarz and following up on letters written for then by Harry Cohen MP. They want explanations from the Metropolitan Police and the Department of Transport and, what's more, they wonder that no road building has begun. Subtitles 888 NICAM stereo  3/3
P313 4-Tel 313 Mon 19 Jun C4 11:00:00    Preview    SHORT STORIES:  Silent Witness  Tonight, 20.00-20.30 Short Stories, a showcase for documentaries by emerging film makers, continues with the story of a family who were evicted by bailiffs and police without warning. On December 1 1994, artist Mary Miller, her husband Graeme and their seven- year-old disabled son were disturbed at breakfast by the sound of breaking glass and men in what looked like riot gear.  1/3
P313 4-Tel 313 Mon 19 Jun C4 11:00:00    Preview    SHORT STORIES:  Silent Witness  Tonight, 20.00-20.30 The Millers house was on the route of the planned M11 extension, they had found somewhere to live, and were due to move out in six weeks time. They hadn't really been involved in the protest to stop the demolition of houses or the construction of the motorway extension and were most surprised to find themselves in the middle of 'Operation Garden Partyg. What's more, they are worried about the effects the violent eviction will have on their deaf son.  2/3