True Crime Investigators UKactive
Media Type |
audio
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Documentary
Society & Culture
True Crime
Welcome to ‘True Crime Investigators UK’, a new ‘True Crime’ documentary podcast which will be looking at unsolved crimes, important criminal cases and delving further into the procedural process.

The show is presented and researched by two former police officers, John and Sally. Now they are both retired and after nearly 28 years of marriage together, they review cases of interest, some solved, some undetected. Throughout this series they will be discussing the cases they are reviewing and interviewing relevant parties including Police Officers, suspects, witnesses and experts.

So come with us on this journey, and let’s see where it takes us…
Country Of Origin |
United Kingdom
Produced In |
United Kingdom
Premiere Date |
2020-04-27
Related Hashtags |
#OperationJulie
#truecrime
#TrueCrime
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No

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14 Available Episodes (14 Total)Average duration: 01:09:35
May 21 | 01:29:46
The Murder of Joan Woodhouse - Part Two: The Untold Story
May 07 | 01:28:47
The Murder of Joan Woodhouse - Part 1: The Unsolved Death
Aug 07 | 01:38:58
The Murder Of Monika Zumsteg Telling - Part 3: Ruined Familes
Jul 24 | 01:22:21
The Murder Of Monika Zumsteg Telling - Part 2: An English Gentleman - ill or Evil?
Jul 10 | 01:24:14
The Murder Of Monika Zumsteg Telling - Part 1: A Chance Meeting
May 26 | 00:41:23
BONUS EPISODE: Crime Conversations - Interview With Who Killed Thersea?
Mar 01 | 01:16:44
Episode 8: Operation Julie Part 4 - Busted
Feb 15 | 01:08:27
Episode 7: Operation Julie Part 3 - Living Undercover
Feb 01 | 01:01:57
Episode 6: Operation Julie Part 2 - Going Undercover
Jan 18 | 01:00:59
Episode 5: Operation Julie Part 1 - Plas Llysyn
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