Clive Anderson and guests analyse the legal issues of the day.
The Law and Government Spending Cuts
Clive Anderson and guests discuss the major legal issues of the day.
Reporting The Law
How press coverage of court cases can result in trial by media.
The Lawyer's Dilemma: Defending the Guilty, Suing the Innocent
Clive Anderson and guests explore the moral and ethical dilemmas faced by lawyers.
Clive Anderson and guests discuss the controversial law of joint enterprise.
Clive Anderson asks if planning laws fail to prevent unwanted and un-needed development.
Television Cameras in Court
Clive Anderson and guests discuss plans to allow television cameras into UK courts.
Clive Anderson and guests discuss how justice can be achieved in the Arab Spring states.
Who's to Blame?
Clive Anderson and guests discuss who should pay compensation to victims of abuse.
Clive Anderson and guests discuss controversial proposed changes in employment law.
Clive Anderson and guests look at how the legal world is reflected on stage and screen.
Clive Anderson asks top legal guests if justice delayed is justice denied.
The Law and Cohabitation
Clive Anderson and guests expose the 'myth' of the concept of common-law marriage.
How Free Is Our Speech?
Clive Anderson and guests discuss concerns that our courts are inhibiting free speech.
Clive Anderson and guests ask if too much justice is being conducted behind closed doors.
Spying and Surveillance
Clive Anderson and guests discuss how the law controls surveillance by 'Big Brother'.
Cross-Examination in the Dock
Clive Anderson and guests ask if new rules on cross-examination will lead to injustices.
Clive Anderson and guests ask if the law offers enough protection to whistleblowers.
Taking the Government to Court
Is our legal right to challenge the power of government under threat? With Clive Anderson.
Clive Anderson and guests ask if 'instant justice' is undermining our legal system.
The Law and Artificial Intelligence
Clive Anderson asks how the law will act when artificially intelligent robots go wrong.
Good Samaritan Law
Clive Anderson asks if we need new laws to make citizens become good samaritans.
Human Rights at the Crossroads?
Clive Anderson asks what difference a new Bill of Rights would make to UK citizens.
The Law and Rape
Clive Anderson asks if the UK legal system is letting down the victims of rape.
The Law and Parenthood
Clive Anderson and guests discuss how the law balances the rights of parents and children.
The Law and the Gender Pay Gap
Clive Anderson asks why the law is struggling to reduce the gender pay gap.
Human Rights on the Battlefield
Clive Anderson and guests discuss human rights on the battlefield.
The Law of the Road
Clive Anderson and guests discuss how the law might save lives on the roads.
Clive Anderson and guests discuss the arguments over greater legal protection for animals.
Clive Anderson and guests discuss proposals to reform our laws on violence.
Clive Anderson and guests explore the legal fall-out from leaving the EU.
Clive Anderson and guests discuss the legal rights of prison inmates.
Does the law strike the right balance between the rights of tenants and landlords?
Clive Anderson and guests discuss the treatment of young offenders in the courts.
The Law and Climate Change
Clive Anderson and guests discuss the role the law can play in reducing climate change.
Clive Anderson and guests discuss whether sentencing law is fit for purpose.
Are Lawyers Bankrupting the NHS?
Clive Anderson and guests discuss the crisis hitting the NHS over negligence claims.
Clive Anderson and guests ask if plans to modernise the courts threaten access to justice.
Clive Anderson and guests debate whether the law is fair to asylum seekers.
Clive Anderson asks if public inquiries are worth the investment of time and money.
Andy Woodward: I was abused by football coach Barry Bennell
Andy Woodward, who was abused by football coach Barry Bennell, shares his story.
How do you rebuild your confidence after being stabbed? Rico shares his story.
Residents turn detective to fight crime
Neighbours in the US are using cameras that read car number plates to cut crime
The Dyatlov Pass mystery
How the death of nine Russian students has fuelled conspiracy theories for 60 years
The harrowing story of rape, murder and violence on a Kenyan tea plantation