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Episode 3: Aberlour & Gordonstoun

Summary

Alex Renton concludes his look at class, power and privilege in elite schools. He heads to Aberlour House in Moray, a feeder school for Gordonstoun, where many of the royals attended. The novelist William Boyd, a contemporary of Prince Charles called it `a type of penal servitude". Alex tells the story of two former pupils - both sexually assaulted by different teachers in the early 1990s, and follows their struggle for peace and recompense

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Credits

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PresenterAlex Renton
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  • Summary

    Alex Renton concludes his look at class, power and privilege in elite schools. He heads to Aberlour House in Moray, a feeder school for Gordonstoun, where many of the royals attended. The novelist William Boyd, a contemporary of Prince Charles called it `a type of penal servitude". Alex tells the story of two former pupils - both sexually assaulted by different teachers in the early 1990s, and follows their struggle for peace and recompense

    How to listen

    Next on

    There are no live broadcasts scheduled for this show. But it is available via the streaming provider below.

    Streaming

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    PresenterAlex Renton
    ProducerCaitlin Smith
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