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This light-hearted introduction to the law is presented by comedians Alex Boardman and Chris Kehoe. Chris is a barrister attached to the police and a former masters graduate, whilst Alex isn't any of those things. 

The show will feature criminal case law, legislation, as well as keeping an eye on contemporary legal issues and dealing with listener requests

The law DOES NOT have to be an elitist subject, and this show makes criminal law accessible to everyone. 

Aug 4, 2022

Just what can you say on stage? Is there a wokeist cabal running the industry? Are right wingers against market forces? Are there actually any leftist comedians anyway? Should comedy be unleashed or leashed or is it all just a cynical marketing ploy?

Plus discussions on Sovereignty, how and when it grew, and...

Jul 23, 2022

A very recent and tragic manslaughter case involving a s.4 (suicide pact) defence from The Homicide Act (1957).

Barrister Chris takes us through the tragic facts and the excellent judgement from Mr Justice Goose. 

It is a horrible case, but the police, the prosecution, the judge and jury all work magnificently to ensure...

Jul 7, 2022

Part two tidies up all the loose ends and looks at the development of the law of oblique intent. This episode takes in Hancock and Shankland, Nedrick and also briefly discusses R v MD (2004).

Also, we start a brand new feature which hasn't yet got a title but will probably be called "Ask Keheo a question." It features...

Jul 7, 2022

Following on from the "Murder v Manslaughter" episode which featured the case Hyam v DPP and used a test of foreseeability to establish indirect intent, we move on to look at further developments in the law.

Chris guides us through the facts on Woollin and stops along the way to look at R v Maloney. 

Plus, toast and...

Jun 15, 2022

Barrister and University Law Lecturer Chris Kehoe guides us through the legal issues regarding the Rwanda bound flight to process asylum seekers which was grouded on 14th June 2022. 

Was it grounded because a European Court overruled a UK Court? Is the idea to "Process" asylum seekers actually an attempt to reduce...