18th-Century Crime and Punishment
Philip Dodd explores 18th-century attitudes to the law, crime and punishment, talking to Professor Norman S Poser, Antonia Hodgson and Lucy Powell.
Philip Dodd explores eighteenth-century attitudes to the law, crime and punishment.
Norman S Poser, Emeritus Professor at Brooklyn Law School, is the author of Lord Mansfield: Justice in the Age of Reason.
Antonia Hodgson's first novel is called The Devil in the Marshalsea.
Dr Lucy Powell is a former BBC Radio 3 and AHRC New Generation Thinker.
Geoffrey Robertson QC is a civil liberties barrister and author.
Producer: Harry Parker.
The Devil in the Marshalsea
The Old Bailey
|Interviewed Guest||Norman Poser|
|Interviewed Guest||Antonia Hodgson|
|Interviewed Guest||Lucy Powell|
|Interviewed Guest||Geoffrey Robertson|