Tuesday, 3 May 2011

Iain Anderson in conversation with Kenneth Roy and Robert Black QC

I have just discovered that a recording of the discussion session involving Kenneth Roy and myself and chaired by Iain Anderson at the Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow on 25 January 2011 is available online. It can be accessed here.

Incidentally, it was eleven years ago today that the trial of Abdelbaset Megrahi and Lamin Fhimah opened at Camp Zeist in the Netherlands.


    Thank you for your presentation Professor Black; great class!

    Edwin and Mahnaz Bollier, MEBO Ltd

  2. Thanks for this Robert. I remember Kenneth writing about this in the Review. Will be good to listen to it.

  3. As always Prof. Black made his points clearly, concisely, with strength, and the right degree of impartiality. An excellent job. For once I have to agree with Edwin - Prof. Black is indeed a first class act.

  4. I disagreed with the questioner at the end who said much of the detail was over the heads of the audience. I thought Prof B and Kenneth explained things very clearly indeed and I very much enjoyed listening to the programme. Imagine if any Scottish News Programme could produce something like this at peak time. A lot of eyes would be opened.