John Bodkin Adams and Harold Shipman were both British doctors; they were also both serial killers. Shipman was found guilty of 15 murders. Bodkin Adams, although suspected of the murder of 160 of his patients, was never convicted and died a free man.
Join Dr Harry Brünjes and Dr Andrew Johns to hear more about these infamous doctors and the repercussions on their profession. Harry and Andrew met as medical students. Harry spent sixteen years as a clinician before transferring to the City, whilst Andrew became one of the UK's leading forensic psychiatrists and has given evidence at over 100 murder trials - including the Shipman enquiry.
Friends' booking opens Monday 3rd April. General booking opens Monday 10th April.