Riot Act

Scottish history is punctuated by us kicking up a rammy when faced with authority. So what do the authorities do to protect themselves?

We go back to Glasgow, 1919 and one of the last times The Riot Act was heard on Scotland's streets.


The Voice of the Act is Paul Houlihan

This episode wouldn't be possible without the work of Gordon Barclay whose article 'Duties in the Aid of Civil Power' formed the basis of this episode

Thanks to Sarah Kelly

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