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Making I Am A Killer: Interview with the producers at CrimeCon UK
38:05Transistor Films’ Danny Tipping, Ned Parker and Zoe Hines joined podcast producer Sam Pearson for a special live interview at the first CrimeCon UK in September 2021. Here they discuss how they tell compelling yet balanced true crime stories alongside how they created the series hailed by critics as true crime at its most ’brutal, captivating and unsettling.’You can find out more about CrimeCon UK by searching online or social media, and watch more from the event on Crime+Investigation's YouTube channel.This special bonus episode of the I Am A Killer podcast for Inside Crime+Investigation was produced and hosted by Sam Pearson. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Making a Monster's Prof Paul Britton and Prof Sam Lundrigan at CrimeCon UK
27:37Criminal profiler Professor Paul Britton and geographic profiler Professor Sam Lundrigan joined podcast producer Sam Pearson for a special live interview at the first CrimeCon UK in September 2021. Both contributors to Crime+Investigation's Making a Monster, they discussed their careers and their thoughts on the true crime genre.You can find out more about CrimeCon UK by searching online or social media, and watch more from the event on Crime+Investigation's YouTube channel. If you haven't already, listen to the podcast series Making a Monster: The Tapes or catch the Making a Monster TV series on Crime+Investigation Play.This special bonus episode of Making a Monster: The Tapes for Inside Crime+Investigation was produced and hosted by Sam Pearson. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Don't F**k With Cats: Deanna Thompson Interview for CrimeCon UK
33:45In this episode of Inside Crime+Investigation, we speak exclusively to Don’t F**k With Cats internet super-sleuth herself, Deanna Thompson aka Baudi Moovan. Deanna discusses her upcoming appearance at CrimeCon UK, and obviously, the case which saw her catapult into the public eye. Deanna crowd-sourced an amateur investigation into a series of animal cruelty acts committed by Canadian porn actor Luka Magnotta, culminating in his murder of Chinese international student Jun Lin. Don’t forget, you can meet Deanna herself at CrimeCon this weekend, 25th-26th September! CrimeCon, is the World’s No.1 True Crime Event, and it’s coming to London. A serious genre made immersive, engaging, and accessible. This one weekend will bring together documentary makers, experts, podcasters and law enforcement professionals to meet with true crime enthusiasts. Delve deeper into cases, examine evidence and hear real life stories from survivors and victims’ families. Tickets can be found at crimecon.co.uk. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
#HereForHer: Refuge's Lisa King on Domestic Abuse
18:36In this episode of Inside Crime+Investigation we hear from Lisa King, the Director of communications and external relations at Refuge to fully understand different types of domestic abuse, warning signs, and what you can do if you believe it’s happening to you. Refuge is the country’s largest provider of specialist support services for women and children, helping over 6,500 on any given day.For more information and to support women and children escaping domestic abuse, head to www.crimeandinvestigation.co.uk/hereforher, or call Refuge’s expert Freephone 24 hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline team on 0808 2000 247.Show your support by contacting us on social media @crime+investigation and using the hashtag #HereForHer.We’re here for her, you can be to. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Surviving Jeffrey Epstein: The Directors Speak
15:02In this episode of Inside Crime+Investigation, the Surviving Jeffrey Epstein documentary series directors Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg speak exclusively with A+E Networks’ VP of Programming, Dan Korn about the making of the series - and being sure to tell the story through the lens of the survivors. In the ground-breaking series Surviving Jeffrey Epstein, we delve into the accusations of sex abuse and trafficking faced by Epstein prior to his death in 2019. With insights from members of Epstein’s inner circle and telling the stories of eight key survivors, the four-hour documentary series reveals the full extent and horrors of Epstein’s sex trafficking network, as well as his connections to the rich and powerful on both sides of the Atlantic, used to cover-up his prolific and sordid crimes. Some of the subject matter within this episode is disturbing and is not suitable for younger listeners. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Psychologist Emma Kenny on Kids Who Kill: Evil Up Close
17:25In this episode of Inside Crime+Investigation we are joined by psychologist Emma Kenny, one of Kids Who Kill: Evil Up Close's expert contributors to talk about teenage killer Aaron Campbell, who on 2 July 2018, abducted six-year-old Scottish girl Alesha MacPhail from her bed and murdered her.Kids Who Kill: Evil Up Close investigates the stories of some of the UK’s most prominent child killers and their shocking murders through the eyes of those who loved, trusted and knew them best. The five-part series features the cases of: Aaron Campbell, Kim Edwards and Lucas Markham, Stephen Hough, Mathew Hardman, and Alyssa Bustamante. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Cults Uncovered author & Morbidology host Emily G Thompson
16:17Emily G. Thompson is a Belfast-based writer and podcaster. Her latest book Cults Uncovered reveals the shocking truth about some of the most disturbing cults that have ever existed. We find out from Emily what drove psychopaths like Charles Manson and David Koresh, and how normal people became ensnared in their warped ideologies. Plus we talk to Emily about her life as a successful podcast host with her true crime series Morbidology.This episode of Inside Crime+Investigation was and hosted and produced by Peter Ross. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Making a Monster experts RTS Q&A
58:32Starting Monday 10th February at 9pm, brand new Making a Monster sees a group of the world’s leading forensic psychologists, psychiatrists and pathologists come together to share their own first-hand experiences and insights into the minds of serial killers - beginning with a double episode featuring Rose West and Robert Maudsley.And in this episode of Inside Crime+Investigation, we’re giving you access to a Royal Television Society screening Q&A with some of the key experts involved in the show. The Q&A featured the voices of Crime+Investigation's Dan Korn, The Sunday Times' Karen Robinson, and experts from the series Dr Julian Boon, Dr Samantha Lundrigan and Professor Paul Britton.For exclusive extra interviews from the series you can also subscribe and download Making a Monster: The Tapes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Acast or wherever you listen to podcasts.This episode of Inside Crime+Investigation was and hosted by Chloe Frost, edited by Sam Pearson with audio recording by RTS. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
I Am A Killer producers Q&A - Coffee&Crime
39:38This episode gives you exclusive access to a Q&A with the very production company who created I Am A Killer, for a behind the scenes look at what it’s like to film inside correctional facilities and prisons across America and to sit directly across from some of the most notorious and damaged individuals in the American penal system.This Q&A, recorded at the offices of Bauer Media in London for an intimate Coffee&Crime event, features the voices of Danny Tipping, Head of Factual at Znak, the production company behind I Am A Killer, Ned Parker the series’ Executive Producer and Zoe Hines the Series Producer for I Am A Killer. And both overseeing Crime+Investigation there’s Di Carter, Commissioning Editor, and Dan Korn, VP of Programming from A+E Networks UK.This episode of Inside Crime+Investigation was and hosted and edited by Chloe Frost. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Exclusive Murdertown 2 Preview
8:56Before the launch of the brand new second TV and podcast series of Murdertown, we're giving you an exclusive preview of the first episode of the podcast, hosted by Benjamin Fitton from They Walk Among Us.Search for Murdertown on your podcast app and subscribe to get the a new episode every Monday straight after the TV series.This episode of Inside Crime+Investigation was produced and hosted by Chloe Frost, with editing by Sam Pearson. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.