Monday, September 20, 2010

Thinking Allowed on BBC Radio 4

Thinking Allowed on BBC Radio 4 this week examines questions related to privacy — eavesdropping and CCTV in schools. Last week's programme talked about some of the latest ideas on crime presented at the recent British Society of Criminology Conference at Leicester University.

A series of three programmes last November on Thinking Allowed was devoted to white collar crime

These three programmes (30 min. no transcript) were produced in association with the Open University, on whose site you can find an introduction by introduction by Louise Westmarland, senior lecturer in criminology and social policy, and a member of the International Centre for Comparative Criminological Research at the Open University (7 min. transcript available).