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Nominated for the BEST TRUE-CRIME PODCAST award at the British Podcast Awards, Murder Mile is a uniquely different UK true-crime podcast, presented as an audio guided walk of 300+ of London’s untold, unsolved and (often) forgotten murder cases, all within and beyond the West End. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Guardian's political editor, Heather Stewart, and deputy political editor, Jessica Elgot, are joined by commentators, experts and politicians to unpack the week's biggest stories in politics. In Politics Weekly Extra on Fridays, Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland invites guests to help analyse the latest in US politics
 
In our bi-weekly podcast we take a light-hearted look at the story behind an event on this week in true crime history. You can see trailers for forthcoming episodes on our YouTube page. Best Startup: 20 Best UK crime podcasts 2021. Created, edited and produced by Mark Duqueno. Art by Rue Turner. Photography by Jed Leicester. Music by Fesliyan studios www.fesliyanstudios.com www.truecrimediary.co.uk
 
Welcome to The True Crime Enthusiast Podcast, which started off life as a weekly written blog in 2016, and has now made the jump into a weekly one man and his mic, matter of fact straight talking podcast. In it, the host Paul looks at and recounts in-depth true crime cases from the UK and Ireland - solved or unsolved crimes, but more often than not the lesser known and obscure ones. Follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TheTrueCrimeEnthusiast/) , Twitter (https://twitter.com/tc_ent ...
 
Grinding true crime takes deep dives into cases known and some unknown. Hear the story teller and hosts describe the events to you the listener. And go through each case in detail. follow us at https://www.facebook.com/grindingtruecrimes/ Merchandise at https://www.redbubble.com/people/Toddfox80/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/matty-matt/support
 
A UK true crime podcast with a comedy twist. 30 somethings Lucy and Emma tell each other true crime stories, whilst injecting a little dark humour along the way. Nominated in the true crime category in the British Podcast Awards 2018. Lucy and Emma pride themselves on being well researched and telling you everything there is to know about the crime in question. So listen, enjoy, and remember, listening to S'laughter doesn't make you a psycho, killing people does. See acast.com/privacy for pr ...
 
Welcome to ‘True Crime Investigators UK’, a new ‘True Crime’ documentary podcast which will be looking at unsolved crimes, important criminal cases and delving further into the procedural process. The show is presented and researched by two former police officers, John and Sally. Now they are both retired and after nearly 28 years of marriage together, they review cases of interest, some solved, some undetected. Throughout this series they will be discussing the cases they are reviewing and ...
 
Lisa and Chelle are two Canadian friends who cover True Crime from the True North. You may think Canada is a pleasant little country full of maple syrup, snowy weather and people who say “sorry” all the time, but it’s much more sinister than that. Coast to coast and all throughout history there’s crime being committed across Canada. We ask the questions you want to ask, we theorize on what really happened, and we try to find out the truth behind every single case. If you’re like us, you’ll a ...
 
Welcome to Malice Aforethought UK a true crime podcast where I hope to bring you some famous, infamous and lesser known true crime stories from here in the UK and across the globe. as with all true crime blogs, listener discretion is advised join our forum on my armchair detective blog https://maliceaforethoughtuk.wixsite.com/home and please, always be nice to each other
 
Unbelievable is a brand new UK-based true crime podcast, bringing you a new story each week of lies, murder, betrayal and deceit. Hosted by Bronwen Weatherby, Unbelievable aims to bring you the most most bizarre and horrific crimes from across the United Kingdom. Each shocking episode will unravel some of the craziest crimes and details we have come across to bring you a new listening experience, you won't forget.
 
The Audio Long Read podcast is a selection of the Guardian’s long reads, giving you the opportunity to get on with your day while listening to some of the finest journalism the Guardian has to offer, including in-depth writing from around the world on immigration, crime, business, the arts and much more
 
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Rooster Teeth

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Red Web dives into the Internet's most intriguing mysteries, conspiracies, and supernatural events. With an appetite for the unknown, Trevor Collins and his co-host Alfredo Diaz analyze various unsolved incidents.
 
The Suspicious Transaction Report is a fortnightly podcast hosted by the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at RUSI. The podcast is formed of two sections. Firstly, there is an informative round up of the latest financial crime news discussed by the host and two guest contributors. Guests will give their perspective on why the latest news matters, pointing to long-term trends and what these could mean for different stakeholders. The second half of the podcast will deep-dive into ...
 
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Liam Tipping and Eric Munday

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Eric, a precious cinnamon roll too pure and sweet for this Earth, and Liam, his bastard friend, talk about true crime, unsolved mysteries and mathematicians for some reason. Each week Liam brings a new case based in the UK for Eric to be completely mortified about.
 
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Following each episode of the TV show Murdertown Benjamin Fitton from They Walk Among Us unpicks a new case from each location. Get in touch to let us know which cases you'd like us to cover by using #Murdertown on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
We are Dan and Elaine. Based in the North West of the UK, we are the co-hosts of Sublime True Crime, a podcast covering UK crimes. Just because true crime is a serious subject, it doesn't mean that a podcast about it needs to be. So we tackle the serious business of true crime with a light touch. We'd love for you to join us! Don't forget to leave us a review which you can do it at http://SublimeTrueCrime.com/Rate Follow / Contact / Support the Sublime True Crime Podcast Visit the website at ...
 
Welcome to Crime, Creeps and Coffee. CCNC is a weekly podcast hosted by Steph who is a special effects makeup artist, Charlotte who is a illustrator and Nik who is an artist. Steph and Charlotte shall be bringing you the UK's horrible true crime stories as well as the UK's creepy paranormal stories, whilst Nik will be providing us with some UFO news/information. Grab a coffee and join us as we research and explore these cases but make sure you sprinkle some comedy on to it. The music that we ...
 
Fifty years ago, on March 26th 1971, the body of a young man was found in a secluded spot, an island in the River Trent with extremely limited access. He was buried in a kneeling position, naked except for socks and a wedding ring. His hands and ankles had been bound. So began one of the UK’s most baffling murder mysteries, a grisly crime that has remained unsolved to this day.
 
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Late in the evening of the 30th of August 1974, 22 year old Pamela Exall, a visitor to Diglea Campsite in Norfolk decided to take an evening walk along nearby Snettisham beach. She bid her companions goodbye and stepped out alone into the moonlit night, never to be seen again. What followed was an investigation made challenging by an overstretched …
 
Caring is a very special profession where the carer is given unique and special access to someone who needs help. It offers a unique opportunity to build a very special bond. In this episode of the Uk True Crime podcast I look at how this special bond was abused in absolutely the most terrible way. Please support my sponsor: https://allplants.com C…
 
PLEASE LISTEN TO ‘SEASON 6 - EPISODE 29’ FOR PART ONE OF THIS TWO-PART CASE. November 1990. South Ronaldsay in Orkney. Seven young children are taken into care by social services under ‘Place of Safety’ orders. At that time, their father — a sadistic tormentor, was behind bars. He had been convicted of abusing his children years earlier. However, f…
 
This is not a regular Murder Mile episode. As a thank you for supporting the show, here's a little - deliberately silly - Christmas treat which I hope you'll like. If you haven't listened to Extra Mile or Mini Mile, you may not get a lot of the jokes or references. Have a great holiday Mx Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. See…
 
NATO has warned Russia that any military attack on Ukraine would come at a high cost. The NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, said the alliance would provide support for Ukraine and help it to uphold its right to self-defence. But he said NATO was ready to engage with Moscow and listen to its security concerns.Also in the programme: The first…
 
Austria is set to enact a bold policy of levying fines on the unvaccinated. We look at what is driving governments to such measures, and whether they will work. Japan’s shift in thinking about its growing elderly population holds lessons for countries set for a similar demographic shift. And why the Mormon church is struggling to retain its foreign…
 
Former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko flies home to face charges of high treason. All this as tens of thousands of Russian troops mass on the border. What's the significance of the timing? Also in the programme: the UAE blames Yemeni Houthi rebels for a drone attack on fuel tankers in Abu Dhabi in which three people died; and the betrayal of …
 
This podcast is a follow up to The Florence Maybrick trial podcast from November 2020. Florence was convicted and sentenced to death for murdering her husband. who seems to have actually been killed by 'his brother Michael Maybrick and Florence was framed by him for the murder. The inspiration for this podcast is a book by Bruce Robinson called 'Th…
 
Inflation in America has reached its highest level in four decades. What is the outlook for 2022? Host Tom Standage asks former US treasury secretary Larry Summers. Meanwhile, China is pushing ahead with its plans for a “central bank digital currency”. How do such digital coins stack up against cryptocurrencies? Please subscribe to The Economist fo…
 
International efforts to deliver aid to tsunami- hit islands in Tonga have been gathering pace, as further information comes in from damage assessment teams sent by Australia and New Zealand. There's been significant damage to several islands. But no mass casualties have been reported.The ex-Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko is attending a cour…
 
Democrats will spend the week battling for a tightening of laws on casting votes; that will overshadow Republicans’ worrying push into how those votes are counted and certified. Earthquakes remain damnably unpredictable, but new research suggests a route to early-warning systems. And why hammams, the declining bathhouses of the Arab world, will cli…
 
In 1845, the British sent out an expedition to find a way through the Northwest Passage. After two years of no contact, the expedition was deemed a failure. To this day, most of the crew has not been found and no one truly knows what happened. Let’s discuss the puzzling case of Franklin’s Lost Expedition. Visit our Twitter page (http://Twitter.com/…
 
57 year old Rose Farrelly was found dead in her own home on the morning of the 15th February 1993. It appeared that the house had been broken into, and then the single woman had been beaten, sexually assaulted and strangled to death. The trial for Rose's murder was the first in Ireland to use DNA evidence. But the reason for Rose's murder remains u…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, beware the bossy state, Britain’s party-animal prime minister (11:45) and, why America and China are one military accident away from disaster (18:00) Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.econom…
 
There are fears for the people of Tonga, cut off from the world after the pacific island state was hit by a tsunami triggered by the eruption of an underwater volcano.Also in the programme: President Biden describes yesterday's siege at a Texas synagogue as an act of terror; and after the tennis star Novak Djokovic is deported from Australia, we he…
 
Caught up in drug-gang warfare, Darren loses a friend to murder and a brother to suicide. After serving an 18-year sentence for murder, he emerges from prison on a passionate mission to help young people. Darren Gee on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvaU...By Shaun Attwood's True Crime Podcast
 
A federal court has upheld a government decision to cancel tennis star Novak Djokovic’s visa on the grounds that his refusal to be vaccinated against Covid-19 made him a threat to public health. Djokovic has now been deported from the country, and potentially prohibited from entering for three years.Also on the program, Australia and New Zealand ar…
 
Trying to trace George Robinson, who died in his shack in Stapenhill is proving difficult, very difficult, but we’ve simply got to find him. But in the process of trying to find him, I discover another witness. Someone who can tell me much, much more about one of the other main characters in the story. Mr A – the man at the centre of the murder.…
 
Guests include Theo Davies-Lewis, who writes for The Spectator and is chief political commentator with The National Wales, Harry Phibbs is local government editor of Conservative Home, Sir John Curtice is Professor of Politics at the University of Strathclyde, Vaughan Gething is minister for the economy and was formerly the Wales minister for healt…
 
The eruption of a giant underwater volcano in the Pacific Ocean has triggered tsunami warnings across the region. Alerts were raised from Australia to the United States, and now to Japan where there are warnings of possible three-metre waves.Also in the programme: US Senators introduce ‘Defending Ukraine Sovereignty Act of 2022’ legislation, we hea…
 
Judges will rule on his final appeal against the cancellation of his visa. This is the second time that the tennis star has been detained by Australian authorities.Also on the programme: Tonga has been hit by tsunami waves caused by a huge underwater volcanic eruption that could be heard across the South Pacific. And will a proposed new law succeed…
 
The United States and Ukraine have accused Moscow of planning to stage provocative acts against its own side as a pretext for an invasion.A Pentagon spokesman said Russian operatives were planning a "false-flag" operation, to allow Moscow to accuse Ukraine of preparing an attack. It comes after a week of US-Russian talks aimed at defusing tensions.…
 
After George Floyd’s murder protestors took to the streets, angry about racially-motivated brutality and discrimination. They urged authorities to “defund the police” and over 20 cities listened. But now, with rising murder rates, many of those same places are increasing investment in law enforcement. Can you “refund” and reform the police at the s…
 
The queen’s second son has been stripped of his titles—an apparent bid to insulate the crown from his legal troubles. But dangers to the prince and to the monarchy remain. A blockade of Mali, intended to force a return to democratic order, may worsen security and entrench foreign influences. And the genre of “eco-horror” evolves alongside environme…
 
A court in Germany has sentenced a former Syrian colonel, Anwar Raslan, to life imprisonment for torture in Syria's civil war in a notorious Damascus jail known as "Hell on Earth".The trial in Koblenz is the world's first criminal case brought over state-led torture in Syria.Also in the programme: Buckingham Palace announces that Queen Elizabeth's …
 
After going undercover as a murderer, a football hooligan and a crackhead, Gary is ousted from the police by Freemasons. Garry Rogers links: Podcast https://spyscape.com/podcast/the-not-... Book: https://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Under...By Shaun Attwood's True Crime Podcast
 
The Broadway legend has entertained audiences for four decades. He tells Anne McElvoy why he combines acting and activism and how he became a late-life TikTok sensation. And the star of “Homeland” reveals the personal story that inspired him to highlight Europe’s refugee crisis. Also, he gives us a burst of song from his days working with the late …
 
It's been described as the world's first criminal case brought over state-led torture in Syria. A court in Koblenz, Germany, gave a life sentence to Anwar Raslan. He's a former Syrian colonel who'd been linked to crimes against humanity at a notorious prison in Damascus during his country's civil war. Raslan was found guilty of mass torture and kil…
 
While Britons followed covid strictures, the prime minister’s residence hosted boozy gatherings; widespread fury hints that his prevarications this time may be his last as leader. Religious institutions struggled during the pandemic, as all businesses did—so they are selling assets and courting new customers in innovative ways. And road rage is com…
 
Boris Johnson attended a drinks event at Downing Street during the Covid lockdown. Some members of his own party have called for his resignation. Is his authority completely in tatters? Also on the programme; Prince Andrew, faces a civil trial in the United States over allegations of sexual assault, after a New York judge rejected an attempt to hav…
 
As the prime minister finally apologises (sort of) for a lockdown party at Downing Street, Heather Stewart and Gaby Hinsliff look what the future holds for Boris Johnson. Plus, Peter Walker, Larry Elliott and Miatta Fahnbulleh discuss the impending cost of living crisis.. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
Governments around the world are deciding it is time to bring big business to heel. Host Rachana Shanbhogue and The Economist’s business editor Jan Piotrowski explore the new age of state interventionism. A suite of old tools is being dusted off and reimagined—from a return to picking winners to turning the century-old global tax system on its head…
 
The country’s children have missed more in-person learning than those in most of the rich world—to their cost. We ask why battles about schooling rage on. Rodrigo Duterte, the Philippine president, came to power on big promises; few were fulfilled. We ask about the skimpy legacy he leaves behind. And a look at the metaverse’s red-hot property marke…
 
Can you solve this 102-year-old murder mystery? On the evening of 12th January 1920, Florence Nightingale Shore, a nurse and goddaughter of the famous Florence Nightingale was found beaten around the head on the 3.20 from London to Hastings train. An assassination plot or a robbery that's gone wrong? Join me, Cat Park, as we look at this 102-year-o…
 
Story after story has come out in recent years about brutal murders and horrific attacks, all committed by delusional meth users. Mothers killing children. A boyfriend beating a girlfriend to death. A woman drowning her baby. All by people who were high on meth when they committed these unthinkable crimes. Today we will discuss five of these cases.…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Read archives to bring you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2018: For millions of Algerians, life has been shaped by years of conflict, unemployment and state repression. Sheep fighting offers an arena where young men can escape the constant supervision of th…
 
This week we're talking about the Exmoor Body Mystery! Sources: “Was this man killed in Bristol before his body was buried in bin bags on Exmoor?” by Ken McCormick, Bristol Live “Exmoor body remains mystery” BBC Our Lord and Saviour Wikipedia "Unusual Ways To Die: History's Weirdest Deaths" by James Proud Cover art by Floriane Perichon Music by Ric…
 
The freezing winter and the loss of Western support will create disaster for Afghans says Red Cross. Unemployment has soared, few can afford to feed their own families, an estimated one million children are now at risk of starvation. We have a special report from that country.The UK Prime Minister is accused of attending a drinks party with almost …
 
A new tech boom is disrupting medicine. We investigate how wearable trackers, such as the Fitbit or Apple Watch, could transform health care. And, could the devices help prevent the next pandemic? Kenneth Cukier hosts. For full access to The Economist’s print, digital and audio editions subscribe at economist.com/podcastoffer and sign up for our we…
 
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