BBC One - Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe Talks to Emma Barnett

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe tells her own story, exclusively to Emma Barnett.

5/23/2022 5:00:00 PM

Exclusive: Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has shared her story for the first time with EmmaBarnett. It’s a story she’s wanted to tell in her own words for six long years. Watch the TV special on BBCOne at 8pm tonight:

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe tells her own story, exclusively to Emma Barnett.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe Talks to Emma BarnettNazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe tells her own story of imprisonment in Iran, exclusively to Emma Barnett for a special edition of Woman’s Hour.Show moreNazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe talks for the first time to Emma Barnett for this special Woman’s Hour programme.

In this exclusive interview, she reveals the full story of her imprisonment in Iran. Nazanin explains how she survived solitary confinement, how the love of her daughter kept her alive and what Prime Minister Boris Johnson told her about the real reason for her imprisonment.

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Emmabarnett BBCOne I have much sympathy for Nazanin, it’s just a shame that she has chosen to turn her experience into a left-wing propaganda exercise Emmabarnett BBCOne Shocking story and unbelievable what her native country did to her,its totally unislamic and inhumane,hope NZR solicitor fighting case through the highest authority locally,nationally, internationally, proofing her innocent completely,she should b compensated 400k pounds.🙏🌹😍👍

Emmabarnett BBCOne It really struck a chord with me when she said that she questions whether she deserved the love that Richard showed & everything that he did. Trauma does cruel things to us long after the abuse has finished. Of course you deserve love, Nazanin. 💜 I hope you can believe that. Emmabarnett BBCOne I’ve always been so impressed by Richard’s calmness & quiet control … right from the start of their ordeal, when others might have been ranting emotionally, quite justifiably, he refused to depart from his own personal principles, no matter how bad things got. A wonderful man ❤️

Emmabarnett BBCOne So, you shouldn't have signed your confession then! Stop complaining, you have your freedom and now you're biting the hand that helped you get released. Stop complaining!!! Emmabarnett BBCOne Should of kept her in Iran!! Total waste of tax payers money!! Emmabarnett BBCOne This was outstanding

Emmabarnett BBCOne X Emmabarnett BBCOne What an inspirational woman. Resolute, such strength to talk about her shocking experience, with incredible insights on human emotions and behaviour. Notices she still counts the passage of time in days….61 days since her release. Emmabarnett BBCOne There are some vile tweets on other posts about Nazain. This was a very emotional watch. Interesting perspective about mothers in prison. What a strong woman.

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Nazanin forced to sign ‘false confession’ before being freed by IranThe former Iranian detainee said she expects Tehran will use it against her in the future

Emmabarnett BBCOne What a moving interview- and what a superb interviewer, so gentle and compassionate. KarenBa10864733 Emmabarnett BBCOne Congrats at last. She can reunite with her family. Emmabarnett BBCOne That was an emotional watch, what an incredible lady & strong family It's a joy to hear her & grateful that we can, thanks to her & you for that broadcast. Found that quite moving❤

FreeNazanin Emmabarnett BBCOne It's so moving! ♥️ Emmabarnett BBCOne This is exceptional. What an extraordinary, strong minded, incredibly impressive person - & sympathetic, sensitive interviewing. Plus, in early stages, flashes of absolutely righteous fury. This should do for that charlatan of a PM even if nothing else does. Actionable.

FreeNazanin Emmabarnett BBCOne Except for viewers here in Scotland who can’t watch now and nor is it available on iPlayer yet. Disappointing!

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