Deep In The Heart Of Nowhere

In 1871, the nation became obsessed with the terrible suffering of a tiny Devon village at the hands of the `Nymet Rowland Savages', a family of depraved and lawless peasants.

A century later, a very different account emerges - one of political corruption, media manipulation and public hysteria.

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In 1871, the nation became obsessed with the terrible suffering of a tiny Devon village at the hands of the `Nymet Rowland Savages', a family of depraved and lawless peasants.

A century later, a very different account emerges - one of political corruption, media manipulation and public hysteria. With Bob Peck, Emma Fielding and Steven Waddington.

Director Cathryn Horn

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