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UK True Crime Podcast

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Description

The weekly UK True Crime Podcast is the home of UK true crime. We examine lesser known UK cases in depth, talk to true crime authors, review products/shows and interview other experts in the field of UK True Crime to offer you the very best insight and analysis.

Customer Reviews

Excellent true crime

Thoroughly enjoy this pod. Love Adam’s voice and humor. I don’t always agree with his opinions/beliefs, but I thoroughly appreciate that he can be forthright while maintaining a respectful, open-minded attitude. Wish we had more of that in our public discourse...
Please keep up the good work, Adam. Heading over to Patreon....

“Top UK True Crime Podcast!”

Top notch story telling from beginning to end. Adam even adds little trivia(#1 hit song etc..) in the beginning and some personality which makes it even more interesting. Cases are well-researched and interesting.

Great addition to my growing collection!

I became aware of UK True Crime Podcast when it began following me on Instagram. Of course, I immediately assumed it was just another spam account that gleaned my name from one of the other true crime podcasts I follow. A quick search on iTunes proved me wrong and I've been binging ever since, currently on episode 25. Well-written and presented. I love the "popular music of the day" references, especially as an 80's teenager; brings back lots of memories. Being in the U.S. and only peripherally aware of the organizations actions (remember, teenager in the 80's - oblivious to many important events outside the U.S.), I find the stories concerning the IRA very informative. Disturbing at times, but enlighteningl. But isn't that usually the case with the subject of true crime...? Highly recommend the show!

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