Legal drama where the judiciary and witnesses were actors but the jury was made up of real members of the public, who then gave their verdict just as if it were a real court. Each 'case' was broadcast as three half-hour episodes on consecutive afternoons.
Episode title: Arson
Transmission dates: 4th to 6th May, 1974
Lewis’s character: P.C. Henry Williams
An elderly lady is accused of arson. P.C. Williams was the arresting officer, and gave evidence for the prosecution.
|Mr. Justice Campbell||-||William Mervyn|
|Rupert Collyer||-||Barry Andrews|
|Martin O'Connor||-||William Simons|
|Millicent Conway||-||Madoline Thomas|
|Norma Bates||-||Sheila Felvin|
|P.C. Henry Williams||-||LEWIS COLLINS|
|George Hadfield||-||Alan Foss|
|Albert Morton||-||George Tovey|
|Clerk of Court||-||Derek Hockridge|
|Jury Foreman||-||Patricia Linden|
|Court Usher||-||Joseph Berry|
|Court Reporter||-||Peter Wheeler|
Lewis is credited as appearing in all three episodes, but only speaks in the first. He is seen but not heard in the second and not present at all in the third.