UCL Faculty of Laws


A Song of Good and Evil – Professor Philippe Sands on SverigesRadio

14 January 2015

A Song of Good and Evil is an original project by Professor Philippe Sands QC which tells the stories of three men at the heart of the Nuremberg trials: the Cambridge academic Hersch Lauterpacht, prosecutor Raphael Lemkin, and the defendant, Hitler’s lawyer, Hans Frank, uncovering the connections and conflict between them through the passion for music they shared.

On 14 January, a performance of A Song of Good and Evil at the Berwald Concert Hall in Stockholm was recorded for the SverigesRadio programme, Interplay.

Listen to an interview with Philippe Sands for SverigesRadio

Listen to a full recording of the performance by Philippe Sands, Laurent Naouri, Guillaume de Chassy and Emma Pallantt, directed by Nina Brazier, recorded on Wednesday 14 January in Stockholm. (Performance begins at 08:50)

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 Read more about A Song of Good and Evil.

Image credit: Arne Hyckenberg