‘The Trial of Christine Keeler’ finale recap: What happened in Episode 6?

The Trial of Christine Keeler concluded in the UK tonight.

Based on one of the most infamous British true life stories, the BBC’s new period drama explores the chain of events in the 1960s which became known as the Profumo affair.

The Trial of Christine Keeler follows the cover-up of an affair between a British Minister and model Christine Keeler as the scandal threatens to bring down the government.

Written by award-winning novelist and screenwriter Amanda Coe (Apple Tree Yard), the six-part series stars James Norton (Grantchester), Sophie Cookson (Kingsman), Ellie Bamber (Les Miserables), Ben Miles (The Crown) and Emilia Fox (Silent Witness).

Here’s a plot recap for the sixth and final episode, which aired at 9pm on Sunday 26th January 2020 on BBC One:

London, Autumn 1963. Stephen’s life hangs in the balance as his sentence is decided at the Old Bailey.

Christine’s lie about Lucky Gordon comes back to haunt her as she faces trial for perjury.

She is outraged that among all the liars, she is the only one facing the music.

As Profumo rebuilds his reputation by working for an East London charity.

Mandy tries to make a career as a singer, Christine is labelled a liar and a prostitute.