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MASTERPIECE Studio is your backstage pass to the PBS series—from Sherlock to Poldark. After the show, turn off the TV and tune in to MASTERPIECE Studio for the scoop with host Jace Lacob. Listen for exclusive interviews with the cast and crew of your favorite shows. Get the history lowdown behind the people and places you see on screen, and hear revealing stories from the set. MASTERPIECE Studio is made possible by Viking Cruises and Raymond James. Sponsors for MASTERPIECE on PBS are Viking ...
 
Host Joseph Arvidson brings criminologist, practitioners, academics and those with lived experiences from around the world together to discuss the age old dilemma of responding to society's criminal element. Merging established correctional policy with emerging desistance models, this show illustrates how adopting a holistic lens and constantly questioning established approaches can best serves justice involved individuals.
 
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Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Five of the Seventh Season of Grantchester. The stubborn Mrs. C — Sylvia Chapman — is a centerpiece of the Grantchester family. Her unexpected medical troubles this seventh season leave her and the entire vicarage at a loss. Fortunately, Tessa Peake-Jones is more than able to find the emotional ce…
 
Pleased to be sharing our conversation with Iuliana Carbunaru, joining us all the way from Romania! In addition to her role as Probation Inspector for Romania's Ministry of Justice, Iuliana is also a Board Member of the Confederation of European Probation (CEP). She is a criminal justice consultant and trainer who shares her fantastic experiences a…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Four of the Seventh Season of Grantchester. There's a rotating cast of murderers — and murder victims — on every episode of Grantchester. But where do the actors come from who populate the Cambridgeshire rogues’ gallery? Longtime series casting director Alex Irwin reveals how she casts a show.…
 
Nicole Kimberly Staeheli, of Nicole Ranae Consulting, returns to the show to talk trauma! More to the point, how we can modify some existing evidence based approaches to be more trauma informed. Hear all about the great work she does with Nicole Ranae Consulting, as well as a preview of our TIDES (Trauma Informed Desistance) program. Check out her …
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Three of the Seventh Season of. Grantchester lead Tom Brittney already took a big leap in leading a series after a beloved main character left — and now, he takes on a new challenge in directing that show, too. The actor and director returns to the podcast for a very cinematic conversation about w…
 
This week, Dr. Jerrod Brown tackles the topic of Familicide. Although rare, Dr. Brown shares his research and insights on this dark topic. We will also profile the case of John List as a case study, to help add some context to this episode. Dr. Brown never disappoints when he makes an appearance, and this week is no exception! Become a Supporter! D…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Two of the Seventh Season of Grantchester. Maybe it’s the season, maybe it’s real-world changes, maybe it’s the tide — but Grantchester head writer and series creator Daisy Coulam feels a positive vibe in the seventh iteration of her character-driven murder mystery. True, there’s still murder — bu…
 
We are pleased to be bringing you our second interview with Arshak Gasparyan joining us all the way from Armenia!! Arshak is a consultant and subject matter expert in a variety of topics, ranging from probation and prison reform, to risk assessment to mental health considerations in criminal justice. Whether it is the Ministry of Justice for the Re…
 
This week, we are once again joined by Dr. Jerrod Brown of Concordia University. Jerrod unpacks the topic of Driver Aggression, more commonly referred to as Road Rage. We have likely all experienced it in one way or another....either as a victim or perpetrator. Learn all about this phenomenon from a forensic lens that only Jerrod Brown can deliver!…
 
This week we hear from Julie Truschel, President of Community Supervision Solutions, who shares her amazing projects..including SAW...Supervision Around the World! We have some much to learn from simply examining what our peers around the world are doing in their practices, and SAW brings professionals one step closer together. The SAW project is c…
 
This week, we take some time to promote the International Training School on Core Correctional Skills! Once again taking place in Barcelona, this years' trainers include Ioan Durnsecu, Fergus McNeill, Jo Clarke, Iuliana Carbunaru, and Joseph Arvidson! We hear from past graduates as well, who give some insights on their experiences with the training…
 
This week, we dabble in some cross over work and introduce you to the Growth Uncut podcast. The trail blazing Dr. Sarah Lewis host this amazing podcast, and reached out to interview the host of The Criminologist podcast! The Growth Uncut podcast is produced by our good friends with Penal Reform Solutions in the United Kingdom. Take the time to lear…
 
Our good friend Dr. Jerrod Brown rejoins us to introduce us to the topic of Alexithymia. Alexithymia has been defined as, "The inability to recognize or describe one's own emotions." If you are a criminal justice practitioner, work in the field of mental health, or consider yourself a Human Services Professional, this is a topic which should be of …
 
This week we speak with Manchester's Roger Broadbent of The Dyslexia Institute. Did you know that 50?% of all inmates are dyslexic? Roger is going to tell us all about his amazing Empowerment Passport project and other efforts to assist neuro-divergent individuals on their journeys. Check out these useful resources and information! Click the link b…
 
Soak in the enthusiasm of this week's guest, Alexander Rose! Joining us all the way from London, Alex talks about his passion for coaching and prisoner reintegration. Learn of his work as a Coaching Manager for Stand Out, a U.K. based charity. Coaching, mentoring and career counseling, and of course, the importance of identity transformation are al…
 
We are joined by another international subject matter expert this week, in Laura van der Zwet! Learn all about the great work being done by the Dutch Probation Service. Specifically, their International Office. If you have ever watched an episode of Locked Up Abroad, and been curious as to that experience, you are going to love my chat with Laura! …
 
We are joined this week by Britain's John Reed AKA The Story Teller Fellah! John is the Director of Tutis Online CIC. His aim is to improve the experience of those caught up in the criminal justice system. He interacts with prisoners through music, poetry, and of course story telling. We often speak of the importance of altering ones narrative scri…
 
Expand your knowledge as to the clients you may serve, as we learn all about the fascinating field of Neurocriminology from Dr. Jerrod Brown of Concordia University! Discover the definition of Neurocriminology, and get a taste for how this knowledge may improve your skills as a helping professional. If you believe in an "all of the above" appraoch …
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode One of Ridley Road. Both sides of Sarah Solemani’s family have roots in the Ridley Road area of London, so when she read author Jo Bloom’s haunting novel, Ridley Road, she saw personal elements in the story. Still, the narrative on screen in her new miniseries — a young Jewish woman caught up in a…
 
Having reportedly victimized hundreds of children in the early 1900's, Albert Fish's abhorrent paraphilic crimes have been the subject of research for the better part of a century. Presently, much conjecture exist as to whether Fish's crimes were the result of familial mental illness(nature) or environmental abuses suffered as a child(nurture ). Dr…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Six of the Second Season of Sanditon. Charlotte Heywood is finally able to properly grieve her sense of loss, but the choices she makes at the end of this second season are surprising, to say the least. Rose Williams is ready for the story still to come in season three.…
 
This week we interview the amazing Brenda Dietzman of Wayfinder Consulting. Brenda is a passionate trainer with more the 28 years of experience in both law enforcement and corrections. She provides evidence-based training solutions and inspiring presentations for individual and organizational improvement. Brenda's areas of expertise include resilie…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Five of the Second Season of Sanditon. Sanditon's Crystal Clarke opens up about the journey that she and the series' creators undertook to give her West Indian heiress character, Miss Georgiana Lambe, a richer and more authentic development in this second season of the show.…
 
Professor Ioan Durnescu joins the Criminologist Podcast with news of the second International Training School on Core Correctional Skills! Professor Durnescu, of the University of Bucharest in Romania, shares his experience training and promoting Core Correctional Skills to probation officers and corrections officials from around the world! His boo…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Four of the Second Season of Sanditon. Alison Heywood is a newcomer to the up and coming resort town of Sanditon, and like her older sister Charlotte before her, she finds the entire experience to be a thrill. Rosie Graham is also new to the scene, and she used Alison's love of romantic novels and…
 
We welcome Eddie Flanagan back to the show to talk more about his journey of desistance from crime and addiction! Hear all about his latest ventures with Edd the Head Animations and so much more! Discover how Eddie has leveraged his love of art and his creative abilities to forge a new identity and provide himself with an abundance of new found soc…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Three of the Second Season of Sanditon. The Lady Esther Babington that returns to Sanditon is a softer, more open-minded woman than the biting character we knew before. Granted, her razor sharp wit remains, but Charlotte Spencer is glad to guide her character to a more loving place of grace this s…
 
Wrapping up our two part series on Self-Regulation with Dr. Jerrod Brown of Concordia University! If you operate under the Risk-Need-Responsivity framework, you don't want t miss this! Learn so much more as to the root cause of some of the more predictive criminogenic variables! And of course, intervention strategies! Helpful links below! Dr. Brown…
 
Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Two of the Second Season of Sanditon. Arthur Parker is the life of any party in Sanditon — and much of that has to do with the charm of actor Turlough Convery. While much of his castmates would love to play his role, Convery brings a special approach to the happy youngest Parker sibling.…
 
Our centennial episode! We mark this special milestone by welcoming Timmy Long and James Leonard of The Two Norries podcast. Hear how these two Irishmen leveraged their past experiences with crime and addiction into an outstanding podcast production! Their program covers crime, mental health, addiction, and social issues. Listen and learn from thei…
 
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