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  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • All I'm Saying is about mysteries, myths, ghost stories, murder mysteries and conspiracies.

  • Collect Call With Suge Knight features raw and unfiltered conversations between the incarcerated legendary founder of Death Row Records and some of hip-hop culture’s most influential figures--past, present and future. Created and curated by hip-hop media icon Dave Mays, Collect Call showcases a side of Suge Knight that most have never seen. Suge’s honesty, vulnerability and current state of mind will all be heard in this groundbreaking podcast series, along with the wisdom and charisma that made him one of Hip-hop’s most powerful and influential business executives of all time. Collect Call will take its audience on a fascinating journey that will reveal the truth, tell incredible never-before-heard stories, and seek to inspire, educate and empower the new generation of hip-hop fans worldwide. 

  • Underworld: Behind the Scenes of the NCA is a new podcast series which unearths the murky world of dangerous offenders across the UK and around the world, lifting the lid on the most notorious crimes solved by the National Crime Agency. The first of its kind, each episode covers a different covert operation the NCA has been involved in over the last decade, with fascinating unheard accounts from those who fight crime in the shadows. Host, Investigative Journalist Ellie Flynn, discusses the cases with those involved, from Senior Investigative Officers to partners from global forces. For the first time the agency is inviting the public to hear first-hand how NCA officers have used their world-leading intelligence capabilities to bring some of the countryโ€™s most dangerous criminals to justice.

  • Dan and Kel love to ramble. They love to ramble while they ramble, and have a nice time in this funny lockdown-inspired show, recorded in the beautiful English countryside. Come and join them for walks and silly chats. No script, just good chemistry. New locations and internet weirdos each ep. Warning: contains some strong language, and silly voices. T: @NiceRamble E: [email protected] I: @nicetimeramble

  • From Serial Productions and The New York Times in partnership with ProPublica and Nashville Public Radio, “The Kids of Rutherford County” is reported and hosted by Meribah Knight, a Peabody-award winning reporter based in the South.

    For over a decade, one Tennessee county arrested and illegally jailed hundreds, maybe thousands, of children. A four-part narrative series reveals how this came to be, the adults responsible for it, and the two lawyers, former juvenile delinquents themselves, who try to do something about it.

  • Embark on a timeless journey with 'Time-Traveled Texts', where the wisdom and wonder of the past are brought to life through the enchanting power of audio. Explore a meticulously curated collection of audio-books, focusing on celebrated works that have transcended centuries. 

  • Have you ever been scammed? 
    In The Ringer’s first true crime podcast, host Justin Sayles tracks a mysterious figure who once wronged him. A man with a lot of aliases, a lot of failed businesses, and a trail of victims. Justin follows him through a sham media company, a series of ruined weddings, and beyond, trying to find answers. 
    The police can’t offer any help—but maybe we can. 
    From Spotify and The Ringer, this is ‘The Wedding Scammer.’ A story in seven parts.

  • This is After Dark: Myths, Misdeeds and the Paranormal. The podcast that takes you to the shadiest corners of the past, unpicking historyโ€™s spookiest, strangest, and most sinister stories.

    Join historians Anthony Delaney and Maddy Pelling, every Monday and Thursday to take a look at the darker side of history. From haunted pubs and Houdini, to witch trials and weird UFO sightings.

    After Dark: Myths, Misdeeds and the Paranormal - a podcast by History Hit, the world's best history channel and creators of award-winning podcasts Dan Snow's History Hit, Gone Medieval, and Betwixt the Sheets.

    Get 50% off your first 3 months with code AFTERDARK Download the app on your smart TV or in the app store or sign up at

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  • September, 1983.
    Aberdeen Taxi Driver, George Murdoch was almost halfway through his long taxi shift, when he picked up a passenger, close to the city centre.
    On route to his passenger’s destination, for some unknown reason, George turned his taxi into a dimly lit side street, when his passenger wrapped a cheese wire around his neck.  George somehow managed to escape from the taxi, but his assailant quickly caught him, and then strangled him, until his body became motionless.
    Then, the killer just disappeared into the night, leaving George to die, alone at the side of the street.
    Four decades later, this murder remains unsolved, but the police continue to investigate this cold case, with several promising leads.
    Across five episodes, in this True Crime podcast, we speak to Georges family and friends and criminal psychology experts.  We also speak to the Senior Investigating Officer, and the Forensic Scientists at the very centre of this investigation, as we ask, “Who is the Cheese Wire Killer?”
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  • Lucy Letby, the 33 year old former neo-natal nurse, has been found guilty of murdering 7 babies and attempting to murder 6 others while they were in her care at the Countess of Chester Hospital in the Northwest of England.

    The verdicts make Lucy Letby Britainโ€™s most prolific baby killer.

    Follow the trial's evidence just as the jury did, with weekly reports from Daily Mail northern correspondent Liz Hull and broadcast journalist Caroline Cheetham.

    In this podcast, they bring you far more detail about what the jury heard, examine key moments of the trial, and conduct exclusive interviews with investigative detectives, victims, and experts.

    A Mail Metro Media production.

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  • The Criminal Connection Podcast delivers a unique insight into the nefarious underworld hosted by true crime actor-producer, Terry Stone.

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  • Did one manโ€™s friendship with a dolphin go way โ€“ way โ€“ too far? Itโ€™s 1987 and the British seaside town of Amble has seen much better days. So when a wild bottlenose dolphin nicknamed Freddie appears in the harbour, it feels like a miracle. Everyone wants to swim with him. But Freddie chooses one person above all others: Alan Cooper, a dedicated animal rights activist committed to freeing captive dolphins. Then Alanโ€™s friendship with Freddie is turned against him and a devastating accusation spirals out of control.

  • Unsolved mysteries, creepy folklore, conspiracy theories, UFOs, classic ghost stories, and maybe a sprinkling of bizarre true crime. 
    So cut yourself an oversized piece of cherry pie, pour yourself a large mug of coffee and let's get into it...

  • What makes a great detective? A razor-sharp mind? Amazing powers of deduction? Unique observational skills? Or simple perseverance? Each week on Scotland Yard Confidential, we enter the minds of some of the greatest detectives in history — real-life sleuths who would give Sherlock Holmes a run for his money. We'll follow in their footsteps as they hunt down suspects and crack seemingly impossible cases. Scotland Yard Confidential is a Spotify Original from Parcast, produced in partnership with Noiser. New episodes Thursdays! 

  • Full series out now

    Three doors down: a murder, a mother and a thirty year investigation

    In May 2023 David Boyd was found guilty of the brutal murder in 1992 of seven year-old Nikki Allan. Sharon Henderson, Nikkiโ€™s mother, called for a public inquiry into why it had taken the police so long to find and convict her daughterโ€™s murderer. 

    When Nikki was murdered, Sharon was a single mother of four living in Wear Garth, a rundown housing estate in Sunderland. David Boyd lived a few floors above Sharon in the same block. He was known to the police. He was the kind of offender who should have been caught. 

    Three doors down tells the astonishing story of Sharon Hendersonโ€™s thirty year campaign to get justice for her daughterโ€™s killing. It shines a light on police behaviour and their treatment of working class women. Itโ€™s a personal tale of trauma and resilience in the face of systemic police failure, that couldnโ€™t be more timely. 

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    If youโ€™d like to further support slow journalism and help us build a different kind of newsroom, do consider donating to Tortoise at Your contributions allow us to investigate, campaign and explore, and to build a newsroom that is responsible and sustainable.

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  • A Murder Without End is the story of how the death of Joshua Hayes in Jacksonville, Florida, led to a tragedy in Scotland, to one of the longest extradition battles in British legal history, and how one mother fought for justice beyond anyone’s expectations. Award-winning journalist Tristan Stewart-Robertson takes you on a journey across decades and continents, and brings to light how the act of murder doesn't just kill the victim.

  • We are a podcast which discusses the books of Agatha Christie but also use this to branch out into wider discussions. We look at true crime cases and murder mysteries.

  • The inside story of one of the biggest child abuse scandals in sport, and the legal battle to get justice for the victims.

    Peter Henderson speaks to people at the heart of the story, from the victims who want to share their stories, the campaigners, the lawyers and the journalists who brought the story to the public.

    We'll have extended interviews with the key people involved and exclusive, never before heard, details of the story of how child abuse continued for decades at Celtic Boys Club.

    The podcast has been in the Top 5 in the UK true crime chart on Spotify, as well as in the Top 100 across all categories.

    This podcast will be free, but you can help support our journalism by being a Patreon member. You can sign up here:

    Make sure youโ€™re subscribed or are following this podcast to get the latest episodes send straight to you. It really helps support the work that we do.

    And leave us a review (5 stars welcome!) if you appreciate our storytelling on whatever podcast platform you use.

    You can also follow us on Twitter: @CACBCpod

    And thank you to all the brave individuals whose came forward to share their story.


    I am Peter Henderson, a former producer at the BBC and a press and media communications consultant. This podcast is the product of my personal research and is not attributable to any organisation I have or continue to work with with in my capacity as a communications consultant.

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  • The death of brilliant scientist Dr Brenda Page remained a mystery for more than 40 years - becoming one of Britain's longest-running unsolved murders.

    The young and talented 32-year-old was bludgeoned to death in her flat in Aberdeen - the Scottish city famous for its granite buildings and oil industry.

    On July 13, 1978, Brenda - originally from Ipswich, England - left her laboratory at the University of Aberdeen where she headed up the genetics department, and joined two rich businessmen for dinner at a plush hotel in the city.

    The following day, worried colleagues went to check on her after she failed to turn up for work - and made the grim discovery of her body. Brenda had been beaten to death in a violent and frenzied attack with a blunt instrument. When it was revealed that she'd been living a double life, rumours spread about the identity of her killer.

    In this seven-part series, award-winning journalist Ruth Warrander explores three theories as to who could have killed Brenda, before she reveals the shocking truth. 

    New episodes every Friday - follow the podcast to never miss an episode.

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  • Join Newsquest Group Investigations Editor Mark Williams-Thomas as he delves into the mysterious case of Nicola Payne, a young mother who went missing in Coventry in 1991 and has never been found.

    After four years of investigation, Williams-Thomas has uncovered significant new evidence Including an alleged confession by a key suspect.

    Follow along as he explores the story behind the case and sheds light on the wall of silence that has kept her killer or killers protected for over 30 years.