Friday, January 23, 2009

Radio 4 'Unreliable Evidence' Family Courts (FULL Broadcast)

Radio 4 'Unreliable Evidence' Family Courts (FULL Broadcast)


Clive Anderson presents the series analysing the legal issues of the day. Family Courts. Will opening the family courts to the media improve their transparency?
Clive Anderson On radio, he chairs Unreliable Evidence, The Title Productions for Radio 4, in which Clive cross-examines some of the most eminent legal figures in the country.
He says, "My personal pleasure from Unreliable Evidence comes from getting to chair discussions on legal matters involving the highest level of judges and academics - the sort of figures who would have terrified me when I was actually practising as a barrister."


Fatherknowledgecenter Europe said...

Hi Peter,

When I wanted to listen to the broadcast of the Unreliable Evidence episode on Family Courts of 22/24th January by the BBC on your blog, it didn't play. Could you help me out?

It is on your blog at

Peter Tromp
fatherknowledgecentre {at} gmail . com

dad4justice said...

Hi Peter,
I am honoured that you have visited my blog as I have the utmost respect for you.

I cut and paste this from the BBC website regarding the non playing interesting commentary;

"Sorry, this episode is not available to listen again. Why?

You can watch or listen to the vast majority of programmes via the Programmes website within 7 days of their broadcast on BBC TV or Radio. Unfortunately, certain programming, such as Radio 4's Desert Island Discs and some of the English Local Radio, is subject to rights restrictions. For further information on programme availability, frequently asked questions and an active messageboard community please refer to BBC iPlayer Help."