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The most sought-after forensic scientist in the UK, Angela Gallop has worked on thousands of high-profile criminal investigations during her remarkable career. She talks to Julia Wheeler about some of her most intriguing cases and the skills and techniques used to solve them. Whether it’s looking at blood patterns, extracting data from mobile phones, or analysing fibres, she shows that every contact leaves a trace, and every trace can help to solve a crime.


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How to Solve a Crime


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Cheltenham Ladies' College, Parabola Arts Centre

Parabola Arts Centre is located in a Grade II listed building in the glamorous Montpellier district of Cheltenham. The centre was built as a facility for students of Cheltenham Ladies’ College and to be used as a public arts centre by the local community.

The original, listed Bayshill House was transformed into a gallery, bar and foyer area. The villa also houses all the rehearsal spaces, offices, video editing suite, dance studio and library. This means that the regular activity of the building takes place in the light, beautifully restored listed building.

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