Hidden in Plain Sight: the investigations podcast

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In episode three of Hidden in Plain Sight, Lily and Juliet talk to Antonia Kimbell from the Art Loss Register and explore how databases can help investigations.

Show Notes

In episode three of Hidden in Plain Sight, Lily and Juliet talk to Antonia Kimbell from the Art Loss Register, the world’s largest private database of stolen art, antiques and collectables, and explore how databases like that one can help investigations.

They tackle international art theft as well as the challenges involved when trying to establish the provenance of a piece.

For more information about Schillings, click here and to contact the team, email Plainsight@schillingspartners.com.

What is Hidden in Plain Sight: the investigations podcast?

Hidden in Plain Sight is the podcast that de-mystifies the world of investigations, showing how a key piece of evidence can unlock even the most complex of legal cases.

Presenters Lily Kennett and Juliet Young lead a team of investigators at Schillings. In this series they'll untangle cross-border investigations, art fraud, anonymous blogs and social media, metadata, imagery analysis, and more.

Joined by guests from across the world of intelligence and digital forensics, Lily and Juliet explore why sourcing vital evidence often isn’t rocket science - it's about finding clues that may just be hidden in plain sight.

Get in touch with the team by emailing Plainsight@schillingspartners.com.