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Dishonour and Death
Christopher Andrew , with matters of life and death on his mind, presents two films which examine stories from the darker and more secret side of British history over the past 150 years.
The Diary of a Very English Spy is an insight, based on a unique document, into the training and instruction given to secret agents at a British Spy school during the First World War where elements of present spycraft were first perfected.
'... and One Law for the Poor' is the story of how the 1832 Anatomy Act denied the poor and the destitute the freedom to bury their dead but supplied anatomy schools, which had previously relied on the stealth of the body snatchers, with a regular and legal supply of human cadavers.


Unknown: Christopher Andrew
Unknown: Carol Sennett
Director: Russell England
Unknown: Jane Treays
Unknown: Nikki Stockley
Editor: Roy Davies

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