Murder, Mystery And My Family

May 2022

Case Closed?: Episode 2

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Barristers Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein look back at their investigation of a murder case from the 1930s and discover that a family torn apart has finally been reunited.

Case Closed?: Episode 1

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Barristers Jeremy Dein and Sasha Wass revisit their examination of the murder case against Edith Thompson and discover that Edith has finally been laid to rest.
August 2021

Series 3, Episode 4 - Dickman...

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Barristers Jeremy Dein and Sasha Wass look back at a case stranger than fiction: John Dickman was hanged at Newcastle Prison for murdering John Nisbet on a train.

Series 3, Episode 3 - Major...

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Barristers Jeremy Dein and Sasha Wass look back at their investigation into the secret poisoning of a man by his wife in 1930s Lincolnshire, exposed by an anonymous note.

Series 3, Episode 2 - Stone...

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The barristers look back at the 1937 murder of a young lady in Leighton Buzzard, found strangled to death with her own scarf in an alley known to locals as ‘lovers' lane’.

Series 3, Episode 1 - Devlin and Burns...

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Barristers Jeremy and Sasha look back at their investigation into the case of Edward Devlin and Alfred Burns and learn of mounting support for an official review of the case.

Series 5, Episode 10 - Poff/Barrett

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The barristers investigate the mysterious shooting of a landowning farmer in rural Ireland in 1882. Could dubious eyewitness testimony have sent two innocent men to the gallows?
July 2021

Series 4, Episode 5 - Lowson...

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The barristers revisit a fascinating case from 1884 in County Durham where three men stood trial for the murder of a policeman, yet only one man faced the death sentence.

Series 4, Episode 4 - Staunton...

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The barristers revisit their investigation into a case of starvation and neglect that saw a husband stand trial for the murder of his wife in 1877.

Series 4, Episode 3 - Brown...

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The barristers revisit their investigation of an infamous case from 1856 that inspired Thomas Hardy’s novel Tess of the D'Urbervilles.
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