Jack the Ripper the Whitechapel Murderer

Paul Robbins BSc (Hons) BA, ISEB Cert Cons Services PHF

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21st July 2021
Jack The Ripper

Paul returns to the East End of of his childhood to talk about the World’s greatest “criminal who done it” in history. In doing so, he paints a vivid and moving picture of the East End of London in the late summer and autumn of 1888 as he reviews the crimes, the main suspects and offers his own suggestion as to the identity of the Whitechapel murderer AKA Jack the Ripper.

In examining the case, Paul discounts many of the names put forward as to who the Ripper was and asks the question of why there was cover up to shield the Ripper from justice.

The talk paints a picture of the East End in the late nineteenth century as it was and the daily struggle for life that drove the Ripper’s victims into a life of Prostitution and draws on the childhood memories of someone who after 45 years away from the area still regards the East End as his home.

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About Paul Robbins BSc (Hons) BA, ISEB Cert Cons Services PHF

Step Back in time is a programme of Historical Talks presented by Paul Robbins BSc (Hons) BA, ISEB Cert, PHF an experienced Presenter, Historian and Author.

If you are looking for a highly knowledgeable and entertaining speaker who enthrals audiences then why not contact Paul for further information - see below for contact details.

Paul's Great British Eccentrics talk brought this comment. "Your talk last week was VERY well received. One member said he had tears of laughter running down his cheeks by the end". It was also recently featured in the Frost magazine following on from a highly appreciated talk to a U3A club! You can see this review on the following link;


One of Paul's other talks (You Stupid Boy - The story of the Home Guard during World War 2 from his step back in time series was recently described as "The best talk I've ever heard!"

Paul has over 40 years experience of public speaking! He is happy to offer a free no obligation demonstration of his talks and provide feedback from previous delighted audiences.

Paul is equally entertaining when doing virtual talks, so as long as your members have a PC they can still be entertained for an hour or so from the comfort of their own homes! All of the talks are fully illustrated which adds to enjoyment.

What makes Paul’s talks so different, is that a lot of the content of the talks is not commonly known. Paul makes each talk enjoyable and informative (Great British Eccentrics is very funny!) and they all include an element of surprise.

Most of the talks Paul delivers last around 40 - 50 minutes, with extra time for questions at the end but they can longer or shorter to meet your own specific requirements. Paul stays as long as you need him to answer any questions.

Here's just a few of the comments Paul has received about his talks.

"You are a talented and brilliant presenter!

"What a great talk. So well presented and so interesting I did not know about some of the incidents you mentioned. Wonderful archive film too. Thank you so much will call on you again"

"Thanks, Paul, for a wonderful talk, as always".

" Paul Robbins did a great job this afternoon. We had about 38 attendees who all appreciated his professionalism and the high standard of his presentation. Brilliant and one of the best speakers we have had for some while."

" We all enjoyed your talk on Wednesday and look forward to the next one".

The following gives you further details on just some of Paul’s current talks that combine great subject matter, humour, with a natural love of History.

The life of Sir Winston Churchill Jack the Ripper the Whitechapel Murderer Great British Eccentrics The East End of London, cockneys including a free lesson in how to speak Cockney Rhyming Slang! "You Stupid boy" The story of Britain's Home Guard. "You never had it so good" A look back at the news, lifestyle and culture of the 1950's.

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