8 episodes

Join us as we dig deeper into the historical context and easter eggs dropped throughout the successful period drama mystery series of the same name. Perfect for fans of the show as well as turn-of-the-century history buffs who've never watched. Each week Kalinda and Ivy look at an episode of Murdoch Mysteries and research further into the show's scientific and historic references.

The Murdoch Mysteries Podcast Unknown

    • TV & Film
    • 4.5 • 2 Ratings

Join us as we dig deeper into the historical context and easter eggs dropped throughout the successful period drama mystery series of the same name. Perfect for fans of the show as well as turn-of-the-century history buffs who've never watched. Each week Kalinda and Ivy look at an episode of Murdoch Mysteries and research further into the show's scientific and historic references.

    1x08 Still Waters

    1x08 Still Waters

    This week, Ivy and Kalinda talk about Season 1 Episode 8: Still Waters! Romance brews between Murdoch and Ogden, Crabtree is adorably funny, and the murder is tragic. We talk about the history of coffee and coffee houses, lie detectors, a little bit about the 1896 Summer Olympics... and WandaVision--because who isn't talking about WandaVision!?

    • 1 hr 9 min
    1x07 Body Double

    1x07 Body Double

    This week Ivy and Kalinda dive into Season 1 Episode 7: Body Double! We have a blast talking about the heightened production value of the show, the history of forensic facial reconstruction, and Shakespeare's Macbeth: the political contexts of the play, and how Shakespeare's works influenced the episode.
    Music:"Sanderburry's Steamworks" Trey VanZandt (YouTube.com/c/treyvanzandt) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

    • 1 hr 8 min
    1x06 Let Loose the Dogs

    1x06 Let Loose the Dogs

    We were late this week, so you lucky listeners get an extra long episode. Kalinda and Ivy faff about for 20 minutes talking about Johnathan Creek, Pretty Derby, and all the other television we've been watching lately. (If you want to skip to the Murdoch goods, it starts at 21:45. Don't worry, I won't tell.) We also discuss concussions, the Pinkertons, union busters, precipitin tests, blood type personality theory, and a whole lot more! So buckle up for this breakdown of Murdoch Mysteries Season 1 Episode 6: Let Loose the Dogs.
    Music:
    "Sanderburry's Steamworks" Trey VanZandt (YouTube.com/c/treyvanzandt) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

    • 1 hr 25 min
    1x05 Til Death Do Us Part

    1x05 Til Death Do Us Part

    Another week, another murder! This week Ivy and Kalinda talk about Season 1 Episode 5 of Murdoch Mysteries, discussing Buffy the Vampire Slayer, homosexuality in 1890's Canada, fingerprint analysis, and heroin.
    Music:"Sanderburry's Steamworks" Trey VanZandt (YouTube.com/c/treyvanzandt) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

    • 58 min
    1x04 Elementary, My Dear Murdoch

    1x04 Elementary, My Dear Murdoch

    This week, Ivy and Kalinda discuss Season 1 Episode 4 of Murdoch Mysteries, digging deep on spiritualism in the 19th century and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's life and writings.
    Music: "Sanderburry's Steamworks" Trey VanZandt (YouTube.com/c/treyvanzandt) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

    • 57 min
    1x03 The Knockdown

    1x03 The Knockdown

    In today's episode, Ivy and Kalinda give you a run down of Murdoch Mysteries Season 1 Episode 3: The Knockdown. They also discuss: the history of boxing, the dubious nature of blood spatter analysis, women's bustles, and the derringer.
    Music:"Sanderburry's Steamworks" Trey VanZandt (YouTube.com/c/treyvanzandt) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

    • 57 min

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