It's sad to think that homosexuality was only decriminalised in Ireland in 1993, and while the UK was a good bit ahead of us, it still only happened there in 1967. This fact based drama looks at how this came about in Britain, focusing on the 1954 Montagu Trial, in which gay journalist Peter Wildeblood and his friends Lord Montagu and Michael Pitt-Rivers were tried for homosexual offences. The ensuing scandal and public outcry over the fairness of the case forced a reluctant government to set up a committee to investigate whether homosexuality should be legalised. A powerful watch starring Daniel Mays and Mark Gatiss and featuring testimony from gay men who lived through those days.