TV review: A Very English Scandal

Truth or proof? A Very English Scandal, BBC 1 Directed by Stephen Frears and written by Russell T Davies | Based on A Very English Scandal:... read more

Theatre review: The Trial of Richard III

Novello Theatre, London, 29 April 2018 Shakespeare Schools Foundation read more

TV review: Law and Order

Four-part drama series about the 1970s criminal justice system: A Detective’s Tale; A Villain’s Tale; A Brief’s Tale; and A Prisoner’s Tale BBC Four 40th... read more

Book review: Stories of the Law and How It’s Broken by The Secret Barrister

Publisher: Macmillan (March 2018) Format: Hardcover (384pp); eBook; audio book ISBN: 978-1509841103 RRP: £16.99 read more

Book review: Walden of Bermondsey

Peter Murphy Foreword by His Honour Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC, The Recorder of London Publisher: No Exit Press, November 2017 Format: Paperback Extent: 416pp ISBN: 9780857301222 read more

Film review: Paddington 2: life in the hostile environment

Immigration barrister Colin Yeo reviews Paddington 2 Warning: contains spoilers – and information about the plot too read more

Book review: ‘Madam, Where Are Your Mangoes?’ An Episodic Memoir

Sir Desmond de Silva Publisher: Quartet Books (September 2017) ISBN-13: 978-0704374423 read more

Book review: In Search of Nice Americans: off-grid, on the road and state to state in Trump’s America

Geoff Steward Publisher: Biteback Publishing (August 2017) ​ISBN: 978-1785902635 read more

Theatre Review: My Country Right or Wrong by Nigel Pascoe QC

A dramatic examination of how the UK went to war with Iraq, and its aftermath, including the tragic death of Dr David Kelly ​Parliament Chamber, Inner Temple, 24 March 2017... read more

Book review: Criminal, The Truth About Why People Do Bad Things

Tom Gash (Penguin, March 2017) ​Paperback 352pp ISBN 978-0241960431 A key insight into this book is that the author is a former management consultant, who describes himself... read more