In the Media

TV cameras in court for the first time

PUBLISHED November 17, 2004

There were no corpses, and no bloody prints made by size 12 Bruno Magli loafers, only a field in rural Lincolnshire.

OJ Simpson it wasn't, nor even Louise Woodward. More like an interminable planning inquiry from which all but the most diehard nimbys had fled.
Cameras perched among the dark oak panelling of Court No 4 at the Royal Courts of Justice in London's Strand were recording history in the making, but it was a low-key affair.