Anything goes with James English Ep/96

  Police whistle blower Jon Wedger tells his story.

  Former Scotland Yard detective Jon Wedger campaigns for the protection of whistleblowers & justice for the victims and survivors of child abuse.

  Jon exposes the dark side of the police and the cover up of child abuse from some high profile names from around the world.

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Anything goes with James English Ep/95

  Paul Hannaford tells his story.

  The Dark, Inspiring Story of the London Gangster Who Spent over a Million Pounds on Drugs

  Paul Hannaford was kicked out of his gang after developing a £400 a day crack and heroin habit. Now, he uses his past to teach kids the very real dangers of hard drugs.

  After developing a heroin habit and being kicked out the crew that he had once led, Paul finally got himself clean and decided to leave his life of crime behind.  The only issue was that he had no qualifications and no way of earning a living.  Being a resourceful guy, however, he used his past to his advantage and hired himself out to schools and youth clubs as an example of how drugs can fuck you up.

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Anything Goes with James English Ep/94

  Glenn Tamplin tells his story.

  The Essex millionaire, who made his fortune in steel, wants to use his remarkable life story to help everyone, from the homeless to drug addicts and former Premier League youngsters, whatever their ambitions may be.

  Tamplin is driven by an extraordinary experience he had three years ago, when he says he met God. His life had been hit hard by cocaine addiction and depression and he was pronounced dead following an overdose, which led to an out-of-body experience that shaped his purpose.

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Anything goes with James English Ep/93.  

  The wolf pack hunters tell their story.

  The wolf pack hunters are a group in the UK to help protect our kids from the evil paedohpiles.

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Anything goes with James English Ep/92.  

  Sarah Jane Baker, Britain’s longest serving transgender tells her story.

  Sarah has just recently been released after serving 30 years in prison. Sarah was imprisoned for kidnapping and torturing her stepmother's brother and then given a life sentence for the attempted murder of another prisoner.

  Sarah grew up on the tough streets of London and when she was a child, her father lost a business, and after that, the abuse started. He tortured everyone around him, including my mum, and later on, my step-mums. In my family, there’s a lot of abuse, and that abuse also happened when I was in care.

  Sara’s abusive upbringing made her angry and full of hate and got her into a lot of trouble from a very young age.

  Sarah spent all her adult life locked up as a male prisoner and that's a dangerous place to be as a trans woman. Sarah lost count of the things that happened to her inside. She has scars all over her body Where she has been cut with razorblades and stabbed and also she was stripped, pinned down and had boiling hot water and sugar poured all over her.

  Sarah was also raped on Numerous occasions And gang raped. The group would also stick a pool cue in her Every time they raped her.

Sarahs struggles with her gender really came to a head when She was inside. Although She was allowed access to make-up and hair products, She wasn't allowed oestrogen. In order to access it under the terms of the Gender Recognition Act, She needed to prove She had lived two years as a woman. But for me, serving a life sentence, that was impossible. So Sarah decided enough was enough and resorted to drastic measures in December 2017 She cut off her testicles in her own prison cell and nearly died doing so.

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Anything goes with James English Ep/91.  

  Barbara O’Hare exposes the evil monsters at Aston hall where kids where being drugged, raped and killed.

  Barbara O'Hare was just 12 when she was admitted to the psychiatric hospital, Aston Hall, in 1971. From a troubled home, she'd hoped she would find sanctuary there. But within hours, Barbara was tied down, drugged with sodium amytal - a truth-telling drug - and then abused by its head physician, Dr Kenneth Milner.

  The terrifying drug experimentation and relentless abuse that lasted throughout her stay damaged her for life. But somehow, Barbara clung on to her inner strength and eventually found herself leading a campaign to demand answers for potentially hundreds of victims.

  A shocking account of how vulnerable children were preyed upon by the doctor entrusted with their care, and why it must never happen again.

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Anything goes with James English Ep/91.  

 

  Stephen Smith is the boy who did not exist.

 

  Born out of wedlock in the early 1960s, Steve's parents hid him away from the world by locking him in the cellar...for thirteen years.

 

  Starved and beaten, the little boy's world was a darkened room that measured just eight feet by ten with a single makeshift bed, bare light bulb, and a solitary table. Steve would spend his days conjuring up an imaginary world full of monsters he would draw to try and block out the physical and mental torture inflicted on him by his brutal father. Apart from a few admissions to hospital as a result of his 'imprisonment', Steve remained in the coal cellar of the family home where he was deprived of daylight, his childhood, school, and human contact until he'd reached his teenage years.

 

  Eventually, he escaped only to fall prey to the instigators of two of the worst cases of institutional abuse in the UK at Aston Hall hospital and St. William's Catholic School where kids where being drugged, raped and some even killed.

 

  Stephens true story of torture and cruelty, that reveals a human's full capacity to fight for survival and search out happiness and hope.

 

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Anything goes with James English Ep/89

  Part 2 with Chet Sandhu.

    AN INTERNATIONAL drug smuggler who landed a jail sentence in one of Europe’s toughest prisons.

  Chet Sandhu, from Hartlepool, made vast amounts of money selling steroids and Valium by smuggling the substances in from Pakistan.

  But in November 1999, the doorman was arrested at gunpoint in Alicante Airport in connection with a 2 million pound haul, the largest seizure of black market steroids in Spanish history.

  Chet was incarcerated alongside murderers, rapists and terrorists in the top security wing of Europe’s most infamous prison, Fontcalent, but came to dominate it through knife fights and rose to become top boy of the jail.

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Darryl Laycock tells his story.

Darryl Laycock was lucky to survive one of the most violent periods in Manchester's criminal history. After being shot over 20 times and spending half his life behind bars, Darryl has now dedicated the rest of it to keeping others off the same path he took when he was younger.

Darryl grew up in Moss Side in the seventies and eighties, in a house where his dad battered his mum.

By the age of nine, he was seeing a child psychologist because he smashed a chair over a classmate in primary school.

At 13, he was hanging around the streets of Moss Side , causing trouble and stealing cigarettes to sell. Within a year, he was dealing heroin around Alexandra Park.

Soon after, he was mixed up in a gang war that would earn Manchester its infamous ‘Gunchester’ nickname.

As the tit-for-tat dispute escalated, Darryl watched his friend get gunned down in a bakery, killed by a bullet to the head.

Throughout the 1990s, there were tit-for-tat fights, stabbings, shootings and murders in Moss Side. In the space of five years, 27 people were killed and around 250 were injured.

Darryl says, in the course of the whole dispute, he lost over 30 friends and family to murder.

In the course of the dispute, Darryl says he was charged with numerous murders, attempt murders, conspiracy to murder, and section 18 assault.

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The story of tough man Stephen Sayers

Coming from a huge close-knit family of street traders long before it was legalised, Stephen Sayers spent his early years on the barrows, witnessing constant brushes with the law. Aunties and uncles were frequently incarcerated and a hatred and distrust of authority swelled within the younger members of the family. The scene was set. Standing alongside his brothers and cousins in vicious street fights and feuds with rival gangs, they've been linked to multi-million pound armed robberies, extortion, unsolved gangland murders and protection rackets. Those links made them a formidable force in the criminal underworld.

Stephen speaks about growing up as a Sayers and living up to the reputation the name carries. He didn't just carve out a criminal career, he wrote it in blood on the streets.

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