Verkliga brott – Irland – Populära podcasts

  • 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.

  • On a calm, clear Tuesday night in February 2013, a long line of Irish women in their 60s, 70s and 80s stood side by side on the plinth outside Government buildings in Ireland. These women were survivors of the notorious Magdalene Laundries. On behalf of the State and its people, the leader of their country had apologised for all they had endured.

     

    In the midst of that group of women stood a young man in his 20s named Steven Oโ€™Riordan. Steven isnโ€™t the son of a Magdalene survivor. He isnโ€™t a human rights activist. He is the โ€˜accidentalโ€™ campaigner who fought to have these women and their stories recognised.

     

    The Magdalenes and I is the extraordinary story of how one young man met with and campaigned for 100s of Magdalene survivors. It reveals in shocking detail the trauma the women suffered with exclusive never heard before interviews given by survivors and their family members. It pieces together the highs and lows of what it was like for Steven and the women he met to expose the truth, fight for justice and triumph against all the odds. 


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  • True Crime Podcast, where I will be telling stories of crimes past, from murder to unexplained disappearances. Iโ€™ll be covering them all.

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  • An investigation into one of the oldest unsolved cases on the FBIโ€™s books spanning six decades. Joseph Maloney remains wanted on a charge of first-degree murder having escaped justice in both the United States of America - and Ireland. Released weekly, on Fridays // Previous series from DocOnOne include Finding Samantha, The Nobody Zone, GunPlot and Tiger Roll: The People's Horse

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  • The third season of Inside the Crime follows the story of Una Lynskey's murder in 1971. She disappeared just a few hundred metres from her home after stepping off the bus near Porterstown Lane, Co Meath on October 12th. What followed would shatter not only the lives of Una's loved ones, but many other families in the small rural community.

  • In 2005, Joseph O'Callaghan's testimony helped convict two drug-dealing gangsters for murder, and he became the youngest person ever to enter the Witness Protection Programme in Ireland.


    Now, as the men he put away agitate for release, he tells his extraordinary life story in his own words for the first time.


    Following the publication of Nicola Tallantโ€™s best-selling book The Witness, The Witness: In His Own Words is an ambitious and powerful documentary podcast series produced by the team behind The Stand with Eamon Dunphy. 



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  • A brand new podcast series from Ireland that explores the story of a man who has to be heard to be believed. Dozens of aliases, millions of euro in the bank account, and a life in the fast lane that was left destroyed in a matter of months.

    You Couldn't Make This Up tells the story of one woman's love affair with a man she never truly knew, a lifestyle she never understood, and a circle of friends that she never met.

  • Nora Sheehan, a Cork mother of three, was found murdered on the banks of the River Bandon in 1981. She had suffered a tragic, violent death, and the discovery of her body shocked the community. One local man soon became the chief suspect, but a series of freak accidents and untimely deaths let Noel Long walk free. Now, 42 years later, the case of Nora Sheehan's death is once again before the courts. The evidence has changed, but the suspect has not โ€“ will Noel Long get away with it again?

    From the team behind 'Crime World' and 'The Witness: In His Own Words', 'Beast: The Murder of Nora Sheehan' is a new podcast series examining Ireland's coldest case. Join me, Nicola Tallant, and the rest of the Crime World team as we investigate the brutal murder, track the decades-long journey towards justice, and reveal the hurt and heartbreak suffered by two families, as the devastating consequences of the killing ripple down through the generations.


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  • Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling love true crime - in fact, they're a little bit obsessed. And now they want to share that obsession with you.

    Join Laura and Iain as they dive deep into some of the world's most jaw-dropping crime stories. Expect murder, mayhem, blackmail, betrayal, and more.

    Each week, the pair choose a new crime and divulge all the details you're dying to know. They unpick the crucial moments and get to the heart of the whodunnit - all while making each other laugh along the way.

    Murder They Wrote with Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling is available weekly on BBC Sounds. Subscribe now so you never miss an episode!

    If you would like to send us a message, email [email protected] and join the conversation using the hashtag #MTWPod

  • In February 2016, a hit-team of 6 men burst through the doors of a boxing weigh-in at Dublin's Regency Hotel. There, a Kinahan Cartel lieutenant named David Byrne, was shot point blank in the head. The attack took place in front of a room packed full of sportspeople, media and civilians including young children. From that moment on, Irish gangland would never be the same again.


    The Kinahan's is a new true crime series from The Irish Sun telling the complete story of Ireland's most feared crime family. The podcast looks at how a middle class man and his two sons from Dublin, became Europes biggest drugs cartel. We also look at what comes next for the cartel, as they continue to evade The FBI, An Garda Sรญochรกna, Interpol and a number of other police services globally.



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  • Tragedy, Murder, and Justice  We speak to victims of crime, some solved, some unsolved and some unresolved, and how their lives are forever changed and their continued search for justice.

  • When we think of white-collar criminals, we picture a CEO getting caught up in the latest financial scandal. But there is a subgroup within these seemingly nonviolent offenders who are never discussed in mainstream media - the white-collar criminals who kill. Join Catherine Townsend as she dives into the minds of these real-life American Psychos...who are often hiding in plain sight. This is Red Collar.

  • A podcast about people forgotten in Irish history.

  • From their compound tucked deep in the mountains of Montana, each week the Frightday crew investigates chilling incidents of high strangeness, human wickedness, peculiar cryptids, & conspiracies...from a rational perspective. The subject is then paired with a review of a new release genre film.

    If it bleeds, hacks, stabs, summons, sacrifices, abducts, or bites...it is Frightday.

  • Melissa Bright thinks she's living every parent's worst nightmare when her five-month-old baby tumbles from a lawn chair and hits his head on the driveway. But after she rushes him to the hospital, a new nightmare begins.The Brights are thrust into a medical and legal system so focused on protecting children from abuse, it has targeted innocent parents. With exclusive audio captured as the events unfolded, this harrowing six-episode series takes you inside the Brights' fight to hold their family together, against a system that can sometimes do more harm than good. Hosted by NBC News National Investigative Reporter Mike Hixenbaugh, Do No Harm is a co-production of NBC News and Wondery.

    All episodes are available ad-free on Wondery+ or on Amazon Music with a Prime membership or Amazon Music Unlimited subscription.

  • When two friends go missing back-to-back, and in between their disappearances, a third friend is murdered, their mothers begin their own investigation. As the connections between the three cases are explored, the mothers navigate devastating twists and turns, including one revelation that shakes the community to its core.

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  • What exactly happens on the hunt for a killer? The Making Of A Detective tells the story of 5 of Irelandโ€™s most notorious murder cases, told through the lens of the man who once solved them.


    In over three decades working in An Garda Sรญochรกna, Pat Marry has seen it all. Each episode features a step-by-step account of how justice was ultimately served, with interviews from victims' friends and family, Pat's former colleagues in the force, and The Irish Sun's Stephen Breen to help tell these stories one by one.

     

    Pat's Story begins with the tragic death of Rachel Callaly by her husband Joe O'Reilly and finishes with Aaron Brady's historic 2020 capital murder conviction for the shooting of Garda Adrian Donohoe. Follow along as we share the dramatic details of each case, and how they shaped Pat into one of Ireland's greatest detectives, learning the skills that went into solving each case along the way.

     

    The Making Of  A Detective premiers on November 11th and is brought to you by The Irish Sun.



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  • Sam Little, the FBI’s most prolific serial killer roamed free for five decades, murdering women at will. But in 2012 he came to the attention of Detective Mitzi Roberts and everything changed. This opportunistic killer had long stayed below law enforcement’s radar because of the victims he chose: Women from the fringe — drug users and sex workers paid little attention to by society. Murder Book Season 2: The Women Who Stopped Sam Little follows this Los Angeles Police Department cold case investigator's relentless hunt for Little across the country to capture and convict him with the help of a group of equally fierce women that included a prosecutor, a writer and several women who survived brutal attacks from Little.

  • True Crime podcast based around cases from the little island of Ireland with feminism and some utter nonsense thrown in for good measure.

  • The actress Wyn Reed had that powerful combination of charisma, beauty and smarts. She was such a talent that a team of movie producers couldn’t believe it when the 28 year-old Wyn agreed to play the lead — a killer—in their upcoming, small-budget, horror movie. What the filmmakers didn’t know, as they got on location, was that Wyn wasn’t really Wyn. That was all make believe. But the killer part? That was real. This original podcast series from Keith Morrison and Dateline NBC tells a story even Hollywood couldn’t have imagined.


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