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By J
28/01/2011

The Supreme Court on iplayer

For those who can’t get enough of “the brilliant Baroness“, there is (on the BBC iplayer) a quite excellent programme about the operation of the Supreme Court. Baroness Hale is interviewed at length and, once again, demonstrates her enormous (but thoroughly charming) intellect. There is a housing-law aspect to it; the BBC were clearly filming during Pinnock (or, perhaps, Frisby). How do I know this? See if you too can spot Andrew Arden QC and Jan Luba QC…

J is a barrister. He considers housing law to be the single greatest kind of law known to humankind and finds it very odd that so few people share this view.

4 Comments

  1. Chief

    Some of it was filmed at Frisby, back in November, so I understand.

    I did try freeze-framing on Hope’s notes to see if there were any clues, until they said that it was a bankruptcy case he was writing up – intriguing shot of the report in Aweys in that one.

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    • J

      This one is, I think, rather better. The case of the mother whose son died of heat stroke in Iraq is breathtakingly moving.

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  2. S

    Yes. I agree (I typed the above before watching it). However, I’d rather watch Lord Philips cycle to work than him swimming.

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