What channel is the trials of Oscar Pistorius?

What channel is the trials of Oscar Pistorius?

The BBC provoked an outcry last month when it ran a two-minute trailer for this four-part documentary series (BBC Two and BBC iPlayer) that referred to “an international hero who inspired millions” who had “suddenly found himself at the centre of a murder investigation”, without once mentioning the name of the woman …

How many episodes is the life and trials of Oscar Pistorius?

Watch the four-part documentary series, The Life and Trials of Oscar Pistorius, Thursdays at 20:00 from 19 November 2020 on ESPN (DStv 218).

What was the verdict in the Oscar Pistorius trial?

The South African has now been convicted of murder, after the appeals court overturned the earlier verdict. Here are 10 key moments from his 2014 trial, which was closely followed in South Africa and across the world:

What did Barry Roux say at Pistorius trial?

In his closing prosecution arguments on 7 August, Mr Nel accused Oscar Pistorius of being a “deceitful witness” who had told a “snowball of lies”. He listed a , which defence lawyer Barry Roux hit back at in his concluding remarks the next day.

When did Oscar Pistorius take the stand for the first time?

Oscar Pistorius took the stand on 7 April 2014 and began with an emotional apology: “I would like to take this opportunity to apologise to Mrs and Mr Steenkamp, to Reeva’s family, to those of you who knew her who are here today… there hasn’t been a moment since this tragedy happened that I haven’t thought about your family.

What did Steenkamp say to Pistorius before she was shot?

During testimony on 24 March, a police captain read out a text message sent by Ms Steenkamp to Pistorius weeks before she was shot. “I’m scared of you sometimes and how you snap at me and how you will react to me,” she said. The couple had argued after Pistorius had accused her of flirting with another man.