Last year I was a guest on the House of Mystery radio show talking about Jack the Ripper. A transcript of the interview is available in a book which also includes eleven other discussions about Jack the Ripper from the show featuring contributors such as Paul Begg, Michael L. Hawley, Adam Wood, and Tom Wescott.
This is a valuable resource, especially for researchers like me who prefer the written word. When you listen to someone or watch them it’s easy to be distracted by their accent or body language. In books and articles, you can study and compare different arguments without being swayed by the author’s performance.
Those unfamiliar with the research done by the contributors now have a pointer to the show’s website, where the original interviews can be played, or to the books and articles that the contributors have released.