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The Football World Cup has been stolen on two occasions. In todays episode we will examine these robberies.
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The world has known some brutal punishments for crimes. In todays episode we look at some of these
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A look back to hangings in the 18th century.
Many thanks to Richard Clark for kind permission to use his material: www.capitalpunishmentuk.org
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In 1942 a burnt body was found in a bombed church in South London. It turned out to be anything but a bomb victim.
a bonus lockdown episode this week
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Many thanks to Dr Amy Bell
Edward Dando was a criminal, but one of those unique criminals who endear themselves to public sentiment.
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Many Thanks to the Poet Luke Wright for kind permission to use 'The Ballard of Edward Dando' in this episode
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In 1942 Basil Banghart escaped from Joliet Penitentury. This is the tale of that escape
Cockfighting and bloodsports have always been popular in Britain.
Samuel Upham destabilised the confederate currency during the American Civil war.
In a new Series of Episodes we will look at some cases that caused changes to the Judicial system.
In the Early 20th century a burglar perpetrated robberies for over 15 years....he became an infamous cult figure