Zum neuen Jahr habe ich einmal die Hompage des BBC durchforstet, auf der sich ein umfangreiches Angebot an Podcasts findet. Aus diesem habe ich die Podcasts raus gesucht, die von kriminologischem Interesse sind.
Wer das Angebot einmal selbst ansehen möchte kann dies hier tun.
Meine Favoriten, grob thematisch sortiert, sind:
Extremes of Corruption
Part I Sweden
Does Sweden live up to its squeaky clean image? In the first of a two-part series looking at perceptions of state corruption, Pascale Harter investigates whether Sweden – consistently ranked among the least corrupt countries in the world – is quite as it seems.
Part II Somalia
Does Somalia deserve its bad reputation for corruption? In the second of a two-part series, Pascale Harter asks if, after nearly two decades of civil war, is it even fair to talk about corruption in Somalia? Or has it now begun to drive the conflict?
Oiling the Machine – Corruption in Chicago
“We like our crooks, our fast Eddies, and we find them entertaining.” Steve Edwards takes to the mean streets of his hometown Chicago – asking why the Windy City is such a hotbed of corruption.
Europe’s Missing Millions
For Assignment Angus Stickler tracks how money has gone astray across the 27 member states of the European Union and asks why funding continues in regions with proven records of mismanagement and fraud.
Drugs and Power in Kyrgyzstan
The BBC’s Central Asia correspondent, Rayhan Demytrie, explores the relationship between drugs and politics in Kyrgyzstan.
The Art of Match Fixing
A series of recent arrests across Europe has highlighted the growing threat of match-fixing in European football. How are the games rigged? David Goldblatt investigates ...Zum vollständigen Artikel