For anybody who’s not seen it, it’s also broken down into ten 10-minute videos on Youtube (below).
Reason for posting is that from what I’ve seen so far, it’s very good and covers a number of cases. Nick Cook does a good honest job in trying to get to the root of each case. There’s some interesting interviews with witnesses and other ‘specialists’.
Most of the cases you may be familiar with, but I think it’s a refreshing review. Apologies if these have been posted before!
(EDIT: Had to split videos across three posts due to Forum restriction)