Timeshift: Season 10, Episode 9

Crime and Punishment: The Death Penalty / The Story of Capital Punishment (5 Apr. 2011)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Himself - Narrator (voice)
Harry Potter ...
Himself - Barrister and Historian
Vic Gatrell ...
Himself - Historian, Caius College, Cambridge (as Prof. Vic Gattrell)
Tim Hitchcock ...
Himself - Historian, University of Hertfordshire
Robert Blecker ...
Himself - New York Law School (as Prof. Robert Blecker)
Emma Griffin ...
Herself - Historian, University of East Anglia (as Dr. Emma Griffin)
Dominic Sandbrook ...
Himself - Historian
Albert Pierrepoint ...
Himself - Hangman - Speaking in 1982 (archive footage)
Roger Hood ...
Himself - Emeritus Professor of Criminology, University of Oxford
Roy Greenslade ...
Himself - Professor of Journalism, City University
Richard Dimbleby ...
Himself - Presenter, 'Panorama' Debate on Capital Punishment (archive footage)
Peter Rawlinson ...
Himself - Interviewee, 'Panorama' Debate on Capital Punishment (archive footage) (as Sir Peter Rawlinson MP)
Leslie Hale ...
Himself - Interviewee, 'Panorama' Debate on Capital Punishment (archive footage) (as Leslie Hale MP)
Simon Heffer ...
Himself - Associate Editor, The Daily Telegraph
Geoffrey Robertson ...
Himself - Barrister (as Geoffrey Robertson QC)


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This episode and Timeshift: Crime and Punishment: A Good Flogging / The Story of Corporal Punishment (2011) were collectively entitled "Crime and Punishment". See more »


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