BBC One, Tonight: The Betrayed Girls

This made harrowing viewing, but its contents needed to be revealed – as did the failure of those in authority to act upon the evidence painstakingly sourced by conscientious reporters and investigators. The whole is a catalogue of misery caused by evil exploiters of vulnerable young people.

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Following on from Three Girls, Another documentary has been made about Rochdale and other towns where child sexual abuse seems to have been particularly high.

This time, the focus shifts away from child protection professionals, and instead looks at other people involved who knew about the abuse but did nothing to stop it.

Interviewees for the programme include social worker Sara Rowbotham, detective Maggie Oliver, Ann Cryer, Andrew Norfolk, Mohammed Shafiq and Nazir Afzal.

BBC One’s The Betrayed Girls airs tonight at 8.30pm. The programme is described as:
“[A] Documentary about the child abuse revelations in Rochdale and other towns. Featuring the harrowing testimony of the victims and the shocking truth from those who spoke out, this film reveals how it wasn’t just the professionals whose job it was to protect the girls who ignored their plight, but others did as well.”

You can watch a short trailer about the film here. 

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2 comments on “BBC One, Tonight: The Betrayed Girls

  1. I was recently watching a documentary about the most notorious serial killer couple of u.k. some thing rose I believe, it told similar story!


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