The first British transmission was on BBC1, 5 February 1997.Filmed for television in a naturalistic suburban setting, rather than on a timeless, expressionist stage set, Breaking the Code inevitably sacrificed many of the elements that made it grip theatre audiences.

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“Over the past few years I’ve lost six ex-colleagues who have taken their own lives. “I can always remember the guys to my left and right. Maybe I didn’t take the right shot which meant someone next to me died.

“You have that many explosions and things that happen to you.

“When I walk down the street now and a car backfires I duck down. If I’m going somewhere, the day beforehand I will go round and analyse where the exits are and the surroundings, and that’s how I cope with things.” The 41-year-old’s heroism has seen him meet The Queen, and former American President George W Bush at the White House in Washington to receive the President’s USA Medallion.

Belfast-born Mr Coult was awarded the coveted Military Cross (MC) in 2006 for bravery during a machine gun ambush in 2005 involving suicide bombers.

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She said police will act against those inciting to violence against public officials.The proceeds from the auction will be set aside for his five-year-old son Sebastian’s future.Mr Coult said he, and many of those he served with, have been deeply affected by what they had been through: “Every day is such a struggle for me.The first transmission, to my knowledge, was on 17 September 1996 in Canada, by Showcase Television.It was shown in the United States as a Masterpiece Theater production on 2 February 1997.He was hand-picked for ‘Operation Mountain Thrust.’ This British Ranger, nicknamed ‘Speedie’, and his squad re-took the town of Sangin.