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Bonus Podcast Episode

Do you enjoy the UK True Crime Podcast and want more? Join our Patreon supporters and access 16 full-length bonus episodes plus other exclusive content.  The episode this month is from North Wales and tells the story of a man...

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The Moment of Truth

We all lie to ourselves daily.  But there are some moments when we can lie no longer and that is never more true than the moment the Magistrate or Jury announce your guilt and tell you they are taking away your freedom.  In that...

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Top 5 UK True Crime Podcasts

This is a well written review of true crime podcasts written by Ian Morgan in his excellent Fuelled By Caffeine blog. Good to see my podcast at two – thanks Ian – and in the company of four excellent shows (if you...

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Review of UK True Crime Weekly Podcast

It is always nice, if somewhat rare, to receive a detailed review of the UK True Crime Weekly Podcast.  When it is from a podcaster/blogger as talented at the true crime enthusiast it is ven better to read so I have copied it...

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Interview with UK True Crime Podcast Host, Adam

I am a big supporter of many True Crime Podcasts, and last year I was interviewed by one of my favourite hosts, The True Crime Enthusisast.   The interview is below: UK True Crime Podcast – Meet the Host! So a few weeks ago TTCE...

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UK True Crime Facebook Group

Join the conversation today. This isn’t just about discussing the latest podcast episode or blog topic. It is your chance to join like-minded true crime fans as we discuss all aspects of UK True Crime. Join us now…...

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UK True Crime Weekly Podcast

Have you listened to the UK True Crime Weekly Podcast yet? This week has seen record downloads of the podcast and for the first time the show has made it into the UK iTunes Chart Top Ten, currently lying at number seven which is...

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An Utterly Pointless Murder

It was August 2007. Smoking had just been banned in the public places and Tony Blair stepped down to be succeeded by Gordon Brown. The four day Bulldog Bash generated profits of over one million pounds for the Hells Angels...

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The Welsh Serial Killer

“The man in black – black thoughts and the blackest of deeds,” It was  September 1995 and in the UK the Spice Girls had just released their first single ‘Wannabee’.  Alan Shearer had became the most expensive footballer...

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