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The long, painful road to justice for 'Babes in the Wood' families

The mother of one of the victims of the infamous Babes In the Wood murders has spoken of the anguish she still suffers over her daughter's violent death.

The bodies of Karen Hadaway and Nicola Fellows were discovered in Brighton's Wild Park in 1986. But it was another 32 years before Russell Bishop was convicted at his second trial.

Now a book has been published revealing for the first time the extraordinary lengths the families went to, so that Bishop could finally be brought to justice. Malcolm Shaw has been speaking to the mother of Nicola Fellows.

Malcolm also talked to Nigel Heffron, uncle of Nicola Fellows and Paul Cheston, author.