Investigative Journalist and TV presenter Mark Williams-Thomas joins the Crime + Investigation podcast to talk about a number of crime related topics. Mark shares his stories of exposing Jimmy Savile, meeting Oscar Pistorius and going undercover in Cambodia, while he also reflects on his time working on Britain's Darkest Taboos, and his ITV show The Investigator.
At long last, Emma Kenny from Britain's Darkest Taboos finally joins the #CIPodcast to talk about her life, the shows she has worked on, and so much more.
Laura Fleury, Executive Producer of Cold Case Files and Head of International Programming for International for A+E Networks joins the Crime + Investigation podcast to talk about the return of the much loved series, her work on The First 48, why crime TV fascinates so many and much more.
Award winning crime novellist Mark Billingham joined the #CIPodcast to talk about his life as a crime writer, a background in comedy, and the true story of how one of Britain's most infamous criminals wrote him a letter.
Nick Yarris spent 23 years on Death row as an innocent man. He tells his story of conviction and redemption on the Crime + Investigation podcast.
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Hear from crime experts, detectives and Robbie Coltrane himself as we preview his brand new show Robbie Coltrane's #CriticalEvidence.
With the second series of #TheJail upon us, Sheriff Jamey Noel from Clark County joined the Crime + Investigation to talk about all things 60 Days In.
In the first of a new series detailing some of the most interesting jobs in crime, Forensic Psychologist Dr Keri Nixon speaks to Crime + Investigation about her role.
The new edition of the Crime + Investigation podcast features exclusive interviews with Crime Novel of the Year award winner Clare Mackintosh, Ben Biggs, the editor of Real Crime magazine, and crime author and Killer Women co-founder Mel McGrath.
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