Part 11: 'The police made me do it’
A woman is murdered. Nearby, a man is covered in blood. What happens next defies belief.
Crime writer Denise Mina joins students in a mock trial of a famous murder case.
Ep 13. Black Angel
A triple murder. 40 hours of tape recordings. Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter. The full story
20 years on from the publication of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry, how much has changed?
The Legacy of Debbie Purdy
Drama and discussion exploring the remarkable stories behind notable legal cases.
Bonus: Just one more thing...
5 live uncovers the incredible story of Kathleen and Michael Peterson
Radio 5 live
The mystery surrounding the body of a woman found in Norway’s Isdalen Valley in 1970
Bonus: Stephen Fry meets Philippe Sands
A story of love, denial and a curious death.
An unidentified body. Who was she? Why hasn’t she been missed?
Series exploring and analysing the legal issues of the day
Episode 10: Dead Ends
The award-winning inside story: who killed Benazir Bhutto? A 10-year investigation
Episode 5: Looking for the motive
How a toddler was snatched by two teenage girls in a busy High Street store.
Episode 4. The Execution
The story of Daniel Lopez who is on death row for killing a policeman in Texas in 2009.
Episode 10: Theories and the Crime Scene
Elsie Frost was murdered on 9 October 1965. She was 14. The murderer hasn't been caught.
The Case of Kolkata
Clive Anderson presents a legal discussion series.
Danny Shaw tells the story of Sir Ian Blair's tenure as Metropolitan Police Commissioner
Amanda Vickery presents dramatised extracts from 18th-century Old Bailey court cases
The story behind an alleged plot to blackmail the future prime minister Edward Heath.
The bishop of Liverpool talks to prisoners, politicians and pundits about the penal system
The high price of gold has led to Asians being targeted for their wedding jewellery.
Women talk about how they cope with life on the outside when men go to prison.
Robert Elms charts the history, ideology and culture of squatting.
The story of how Botswana has become Africa's leading exponent of crime investigation.
Claudia Hammond asks how much we can trust fingerprint evidence.
Following the barristers, clerks and staff of one of London's leading law chambers
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