A truly compelling look at the Birmingham schools scandal known as Trojan Horse where teachers and school governors were accussed of taking over schools and radicalising their students. This is told from the perspective of the teacher, governor and some pupils involved and is an attempt to restore some truth to the narrative - to allow the voices of the accussed to be heard. Due to failures in the prosectution case, the original trial did not complete which means that the defence case was never made public - when only the prosecutions case is heard, when the press and government itself are whipping up the public, then the accussed never get a chance to defend themselves - to tell the more rational, calmer and innocent version of events.
At the end, I was angry at the handling of the event and determined to find out more - to make my own judgements - which is all i think they were asking. A very powwerful piece of docu-drama really well andd compellingly told.