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What are the writers of The Archers trying to achieve with the Freddie Pargetter story?

27 October 2018

9:00 AM

27 October 2018

9:00 AM

‘I’m not here to rehabilitate,’ says Pamela, who teaches creative writing to prisoners in Northern Ireland. She doesn’t think of her work as being about bars, bare walls and what happens when they leave jail. It’s all about meeting the prisoner as a person. She soon realised ‘how different prison writing is’.

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