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At The Old Bailey

A judge looks back over her time on the bench at a very famous court.

Thanks to my guest, Wendy Joseph. Her book about her time as an Old Bailey judge, Unlawful Killings, is out now.

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Mentioned in this episode:
The Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie
Rumpole of the Bailey by John Mortimer
The Crippen episode of Shedunnit
The Brides in the Bath episode of Shedunnit

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At The Old Bailey Transcript

Caroline: Welcome to Shedunnit. I’m Caroline Crampton. There are few locations in Britain more steeped in the history of crimes real and imaginary than the Old Bailey. This historic courthouse in central London has been the setting for some of the most dramatic moments in legal memory — such as the trials of Dr Crippen and… Continue Reading