Three Girls

Three Girls (2017)


  • Genre: Drama, Crime
  • Creator: Philippa Lowthorpe
  • First Air Date: 2017-05-16
  • Last Air Date: 2017-05-18
  • Total Seasons: 1
  • Total Episodes: 3
  • Status: Ended
  • Episode Runtime: 60 min.
  • Production Company: BBC
  • Production Country: United Kingdom
  • Networks: BBC One
  • Director: Philippa Lowthorpe
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Summary

The story of three of the children who were victims in the 2012 grooming and sex trafficking case in Rochdale, for which nine men were convicted and sentenced. The drama explores how these girls were groomed, how they were ignored by the authorities directly responsible for protecting them, and how they eventually made themselves heard.

  • Keywords: rape, court case, based on true story, sex trafficking, true crime, police investigation, child trafficking
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    Three Girls Seasons

    Season 1

    First Air Date: 2017-05-16
    3 Episodes

    Three Girls Episodes

    Title Air Date Duration
    Season 1Episode 1Episode 160 min
    Season 1Episode 2Episode 260 min
    Season 1Episode 3Episode 360 min
    • Maxine Peake

      as Sara Rowbotham
    • Lesley Sharp

      as DC Margaret Oliver
    • Lisa Riley

      as Lorna Bowen
    • Ace Bhatti

      as Nazir Afzal
    • Paul Kaye

      as Jim Winshaw
    • Jill Halfpenny

      as Julie Winshaw
    • Ria Zmitrowicz

      as Amber Bowen
    • Molly Windsor

      as Holly Winshaw
    • Liv Hill

      as Ruby Bowen
    • Peter Singh

      as Mr. Nadin
    • Rupert Procter

      as DC Jack Harrop
    • Jason Hughes

      as DC Sandy Cuthrie
    • Katherine Pearce

      as Emily Stone
    • Antonio Aakeel

      as Immy
    • Pearce Quigley

      as Peter Boyd
    • Kerrie Hayes

      as DC Nina Prentiss
    • Naomi Radcliffe

      as Yvonne
    • Ross Anderson

      as PC Richard Bryan
    • Ellie Lightfoot

      as Zoe
    • Jackie Clune

      as Jillian Menzies
    • Mark Beswick

      as Luke Young
    • Adam Karim

      as Pino
    • Brian Fletcher

      as Elliot Young
    • Bo Bragason

      as Rachel Winshaw
    • Wasim Zakir

      as Tariq
    • Simon Nagra

      as Daddy
    • Adrian Harris

      as DC Milne
    • Haider Mohammed Javed

      as Saj
    • Zee Sulleyman

      as Billy
    • Satnam Bhogal

      as Car Zero
    • Tebraiz Shahzad

      as Tiger
    • Maggie Service

      as Caroline Wallace
    • Amanda Hale

      as Rachel Smith
    • Matthew Heathcote

      as DC Wilson
    • Jonas Khan

      as Pirate
    • Perveen Hussain

      as Aisha
    • Katy Carmichael

      as Miss Landale
    • Steffan Rhodri

      as Fraser Lavery
    • Nick Moss

      as DC John Duff
    • Qas Hamid

      as Chef
    • Jamie Ballard

      as Mr Nicholl
    • Robert Gwilym

      as Judge Clifton
    • Deka Walmsley

      as Andrew Norfolk
    • Vineeta Rishi

      as Grace
    • Mark Carter

      as Steve Heywood
    • Jay Sajjid

      as Usman
    • Gurjeet Singh

      as Ali
    • Waleed Akhtar

      as Abdul
    • Salman Akhtar

      as Waqas
    • Paul Hickey

      as Detective Chief Superintendent
    • Simon Cook

      as Barrister
    • Hannah Lee

      as Barrister
    • Vincenzo Pellegrino

      as London Journalist
    • Philip Hill-Pearson

      as Barrister
    • Marc Danbury

      as David Winneck MP
    • Jessica Fostekew

      as Sonia
    • Ezra Faroque Khan

      as Iman
    • Tristan Sturrock

      as CPS Lawyer
    • Tom Prior

      as Police Officer
    • Marc Geoffrey

      as Duty Sergeant
    Directing Philippa Lowthorpe Director
    Writing Nicole Taylor Writer

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