The Panel with Cas Carter and Simon Pound. (Part 2)
Eight times a day, a group of nuns files into a chapel in their rural monastery in northwestern Missouri to chant and worship. Quite unexpectedly, this private, prayerful pursuit has made the Benedictines of Mary a chart-topping recording industry curiosity. Experts in the law of defamation seem to agree that Conservative Party leader Colin Craig has little chance of winning a case against Greens co-leader Russel Norman - despite his track record of getting retractions or apologies in previous cases. The New York judge who set up the world's only specialist Gambling Treatment Court says treating gambling addicts who commit crimes would be much cheaper than jailing them - and it would reduce reoffending.