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  • Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews deep and quirky outsiders, such as a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining the mix are such celebrated thought leaders as feminist Helen Lewis, Lord Daniel Finkelstein and free speech advocate Andrew Doyle.

    The aim is to surprise you with a totally different story every time in this 2x Apple Noteworthy show. One week, we're in a Michigan prison with a man who accidentally killed his girlfriend in a botched suicide, the next we're in Australia with the Coffin Confessor, and then we're in the Andes with a plane-crash survivor who had to eat his friends. The only thing that links them all is their place On the Edge. 

    This is for fans of Louis Theroux, Joe Rogan and Adam Buxton. New episodes every Monday.

  • Could you be a criminal? What separates the way you think, from the criminal mind?

    Join the world's leading professor of criminology, Prof. David Wilson and star of Silent Witness Emilia Fox as they discover what is really going on behind some of the most notorious crimes.

    In this exclusive podcast series you’ll learn from never-heard-before interviews with offenders, the police, crime experts and investigators exactly what is going on in the criminal mind.

    What do you do with have-a-go heroes who try to stop you robbing a bank?

    What's it like inside an escalating prison riot?

    And how do you deal with Britain's most infamous hitman telling you he's been ordered to kill you?

    To find out, subscribe and listen now, to If It Bleeds It Leads, with Professor David Wilson and Emilia Fox, on Global Player or wherever you get your podcasts.

  • Missing in Alaska is a deep dive into the mysterious disappearance of Congressmen Hale Boggs and Nick Begich, whose plane vanished in Alaska in 1972. Despite the largest search in American history, no sign of the men ever surfaced. Officials blamed ice, and a nation consumed with Watergate and Vietnam quickly moved on. Two decades later, a murderer and bomber with mafia ties made a startling claim to the F.B.I.: The plane was bombed. Was he lying? Journalist Jon Walczak, who has investigated the case since 2011, travels from Arizona to the Arctic Circle trying to uncover the truth.

  • A true crime podcast that recalls the brutal slaying of BETTY ANN SULLIVAN on a snowy night in January of 1988, a night that, more than 30 years later, the small town of Jefferson Township, New Jersey has yet to fully recover from. The violence of that evening shocked the nation for the perpetrator... was her own son, a boy of fourteen who would take his own life only hours later. What the investigation revealed left a community in tatters, unwilling to believe the evil that had befallen them.

  • Podcast about undercover political policing of campaign groups and activists in the UK.

  • True crime, weird stories, unexplainable happenings - we cover it all here on Monday nights

  • Based on a true story: when her daughter dies of a drug overdose, a mother suspects there is more to the story and launches her own investigation. Taking great risks and diving into the underworld, the mother confronts the criminals who led her daughter down a tragic path and discovers a powerful truth. LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT MY MURDER is a scripted audio drama with an original score and immersive soundscapes, uniquely narrated from beyond the grave. A production of Voyage Media.

  • This table read of the feature film script, "Hold Still, Vincent" documents the true story of Vincent Chin, who was killed by two disgruntled autoworkers. His murderers were given lenient sentences, which sparked a civil rights movement within the Asian American community. Hold Still, Vincent is an unflinching and visceral examination of one family’s fight for justice that is conducive to the current racial zeitgeist in America today.

  • Pee Wee Gaskins was a master manipulator who befriended many of his victims on the way to becoming South Carolina's most notorious mass murderer. He stabbed, shot, drowned and poisoned more than a dozen people. And for his final act he used dynamite in a brazen murder for hire scheme while his victim was on death row. Pee Wee conned everyone around him and charmed one unwitting accessory to assist in this final brutal deed.

  • Everyone Dies In Sunderland is a podcast about growing up terrified in the eighties and nineties. Ah, the good old days. People left their front doors unlocked. Children played out in the street. Everyone got burgled. Children got murdered, like, most days. Then there was Mad-Cow Disease and the Animals of Farthing Wood. It was a truly terrifying time to be a child. And those children are adults now. Adults with children and mortgages and Senseo Machines and jobs with actual responsibilities.And three of them have started a podcast where they laugh nihilistically at their own childhood trauma. Each week John, Gareth and Claire travel back to a year of their childhoods in North East England - like a True Crime Geordie Quantum Leap - and talk about what scared and scarred them that year, taking a closer look at one of the notorious crimes which were happening within walking distance of their childhood homes while they were watching Going Live.

  • From Christopher Goffard, the Los Angeles Times reporter and host behind the hit podcasts “Dirty John” and “Detective Trapp,” comes a new eight-episode true crime podcast, “The Trials of Frank Carson.” “The Trials of Frank Carson” is a story of power, politics and the law in California’s Central Valley. Frank Carson was Stanislaus County’s most controversial defense attorney, a wizard with juries and a courtroom brawler with an unapologetically caustic style. He racked up legal wins for decades. He was the terror of police and prosecutors, often accusing them personally of corruption. When a small-time thief disappeared, police — some of them Carson’s longtime adversaries — launched a massive investigation into a spectral underworld of street hustlers, junkies and snitches. Carson was charged with murder, accused of masterminding a conspiracy. It would be one of the longest criminal trials in California history, with the flinty veteran of so many courtroom wars on trial for his life. The Trials of Frank Carson was produced by the Los Angeles Times and Western Sound.

  • Have you ever wondered about those people in life who don’t play by the rules? Maybe it was the person who looked over your shoulder in that exam. The person who got the job instead of you because they lied on their application or the nice fella on the phone who said he was from the bank and ended up taking all your money.

    We have a name for these people. We call them cheats. People who cheat the system, largescale cheats, social media cheats. We are fascinated by them. We read about them in paper. Or watch news stories about them on TV. We marvel at their rise and take a weird pleasure in their fall. But do we ever ask what makes these cheats actually do the bad things they do? What makes them cheat?

    From Somethin’ Else, makers of ‘Power: The Maxwells’ and ‘The Fault Line: Bush, Blair and Iraq’, hosted by storyteller Alzo Slade, ‘Cheat!’ tells the inside stories behind some of the biggest scandals in contemporary history and the flawed protagonists at their heart: controversial and contentious figures from the world of pop culture, business, sport, music, politics. Why do people cheat? Is it ever justifiable? And most importantly are cheats – these people we think of as the dregs of our society – actually not so different from ourselves?

    A Somethin' Else production.

  • He was just 30 years old but had already risen to the level of Sergeant in his small town police department. It was a late October night in 1996, almost the end of his shift when he had one more stop to make, a suspicious vehicle on the interstate near his town. It would be the last stop he’d ever make.  Greg Martin was a good officer, why would he make such a crucial mistake that would make it nearly impossible to find his killers? Find out in, “Who Killed Officer Martin?”

  • If you’re tired of speculation, fake news and dramatisation, you’ll find this podcast a refreshing go-to for the White House Farm tragedy, and the latest in the appeal of Jeremy Bamber. Here you’ll find the truth as it is documented with exclusive material from Jeremy Bamber and his new application to the Criminal Cases Review Commission. We’re his official campaign group (JBIC) who have produced interesting and accurate podcasts with updates each week. These episodes will include access to the defence case papers, police and Home Office files, statements, and police investigations, as well as content from Jeremy Bamber’s legal team and forensic scientists. For the latest in the case as it happens, join us to discover the man, the case, the facts. (Content, Yvonne Hartley & Jeremy Bamber; Editing, Sarah Hanover; with contributions from Heidi Hawkins, Philip Walker & Lorna Lake; continuity, Jill McCarlie & Emma Morris; Produced by Smaller Voices Studio for ©JB Campaign Ltd.) 

  • The Golden State Killer. The Unabomber. Ted Bundy. You’re probably familiar with these serial killers. But in the mid-1970s, another monster terrorized San Francisco’s gay community. He was coined “The Doodler,” and he may have been responsible for as many victims as the Zodiac Killer, yet you’ve probably never heard of him. Plagued by a complicated investigation, a frightened public, and the hesitation of many to come forward, the case went cold, and a killer walked free. Nearly 50 years later, a renewed hunt for a forgotten serial killer seeks to change that. Follow the story on “The Doodler” podcast, debuting in March 2021. Have a tip? Email thedoodlerline@gmail.com, call (415) 570-9299, or visit thedoodlerpod.com.

  • Making a Killing explores how corruption is reshaping global politics, and fueling some of the most deadly security threats facing the world today - from the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq, to terrorist networks, nuclear proliferation, drug trafficking and other organized crime.

    Making a Killing is a podcast project from the Hudson Institute's Kleptocracy Initiative, hosted by Nate Sibley.

  • A husband and wife team explore the dark side of human behaviour and try to understand why people stray so far from the norm, dressed with a pinch of profanity and very British gallows humour.

  • MURDER IN AMERICA is a true crime podcast that takes a state-by-state look at the most infamous homicides across the United States of America. Co-hosted by Courtney Shannon & Colin Browen (of "The Paranormal Files"), the two delve deep into the darkest tales of murder from each and every state, featuring two stories from a different state every week. Their passion for true crime, along with Colin's career in investigating paranormal activity gives the two a fresh outlook on these crimes, and allows them to gain the deepest perspectives possible when analyzing the grisly details of these horrific acts. Sometimes, you can't help but wonder... the dead don't talk... or DO they? Welcome, to Murder in America. --- New episodes are posted every Saturday.-- If you LIKE what we do, HELP us quit our day jobs and gain access to BONUS PODCASTS by becoming a Patron!: https://www.patreon.com/murderinamerica -- FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/murderinamerica/ -- FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/murderinamerica -- FOLLOW COLIN'S PARANORMAL YOUTUBE CHANNEL (523,000 Subscribers Already... This Is How We Started!): https://www.youtube.com/theparanormalfilesofficialchannel -- FOLLOW COURTNEY ON INSTAGRAM!: https://www.instagram.com/courtshan/ - FOLLOW COLIN ON INSTAGRAM!: https://www.instagram.com/colinbrowen/

  • When Melanie Road's body was found on a June morning in 1984, it prompted one of the largest manhunts in Britain. But the schoolgirl's killer wasn't found. How did a team of cold case officers rebuild the inquiry after decades and bring justice to a family still in grief?