American born Miss Grace Gibson brought the first radio transcription programmes to Australia in 1934 and remained to play a leading role in the Australian Broadcasting Industry.
Stories taken from the Court Rooms of the world – where young and old, rich and poor, the meanest of criminals and persons from any level of society, all stand in equal judgement.
52 x 24 minute episodes across 2 CDs.
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