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The jury may have cleared him but in the court of public opinion he remains guilty of traducing the memory of his dead wife and failing in any sort of commitment to her sons.
McNab strives to represent spaces fraught with invisible dangers, and minds battling fear and isolation, without traducing her subjects' dignity and privacy.
SIR - I have long criticised Anglo-centric historians like Simon Schama and David Starkey for traducing the history of the Welsh in their TV programmes, but I don't expect the same distortion from BBC Wales.