Covering Crime

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01Eamonn O'neill2013031420130527 (RS)

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Neil Mackay speaks to fellow Investigative Journalist Eamonn O'Neil about his 13 year investigation into Scotland's longest Miscarriage of Justice case where Robert Brown was wrongly imprisoned for 25 years for a crime he didn't commit.

Neil also explores just what is going on behind the psyche of Journalist like Eamonn and why he devoted so much time and energy this particular story, was it just his profession or had it become obsession?

01Eamonn O'neill2013031420130317 (RS)

Neil Mackay speaks to fellow Investigative Journalist Eamonn O'Neill about his 13 year investigation into Scotland's longest Miscarriage of Justice case where Robert Brown was wrongly imprisoned for 25 years for a crime he didn't commit.

Neil also explores just what is going on behind the psyche of Journalist like Eamonn and why he devoted so much time and energy this particular story, was it just his profession or had it become obsession?

Neil Mackay speaks to fellow Investigative Journalist Eamonn O'Neil about his 13 year investigation into Scotland's longest Miscarriage of Justice case where Robert Brown was wrongly imprisoned for 25 years for a crime he didn't commit.

02Alison Campsie2013032120130324 (RS)

Alison Campsie talks about reporting on some of Scotland's biggest murder trials.

Neil Mackay speaks to fellow journalist Alison Campsie about her career as a crime reporter covering some of Scotland's biggest and most notorious murder trials. Neil also explores what impact reporting on the grisly side of life can have and why Alison was drawn to this type of journalism.

03Paul Pender2013032820130331 (RS)

Paul Pender explains why writing about the Monster Butler led to him fearing for his life.

Crime Writer Paul Pender had no idea the trouble he would end up in when he chose to write about the notorious 'Monster Butler' Archibald Hall. In Covering Crime, Neil Mackay hears Paul's true and terrifying encounters with the serial killer and asks how far he's prepared to go for a great story.