A live investigation: Two murders, one fugitive and a hunter tracking down the target.
#12: Small World
Peter finds out how lockdown might affect Parle and takes audience questions on the progress of his investigation:
From how the fugitive might be supporting himself to whether "supergrasses" are coming forward to help.
#11: Mission Possible
Peter assesses the psychological impact on a fugitive who may be in lockdown and two ex-girlfriends paint a disturbing picture of Parle as a manipulator.
#10: Change of Plan
Peter finds out a lot more about Parle - where he might be and who he's connected with, before the coronavirus forces him to continue his hunt from home.
#09: The Review
Peter gathers some of his advisors together to look at how his investigation is progressing and to decide the next lines of enquiry.
#08: Ghost Stories
Peter is still following up suspected sightings of Kevin Parle. He visits a cannabis club where he's told the fugitive is a member, but gets a big breakthrough at a bar in Albir.
Peter heads to a campsite that Parle is thought to have stayed at in 2006, but also investigates information the fugitive may have been in that part of Spain a lot more recently.
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Very well done.
Very wekk done, Thorough and unbiased. It becane dragged out unnecessarily in the final episodes. Without those, it would nave been a full five stars, More, of the same- on another case -please
Not the best
I had some issues with this one. For example, why start the podcast by interviewing a writer who turns out to have little credibility. And there was a little bit too much bellyaching about the Staircase team. To their credit, however, they do cover the Owl Theory quite thoroughly.
Given this is from the BBC, I expected a journalistic podcast. It’s nothing of the sort. They interviewed the main characters, but questioned nothing said by anyone other than MP, even ridiculous or untrue comments. I don’t necessarily think that MP is innocent, but this podcast is a great example of how people are assumed guilty. If offers nothing new relating to the case and gives no insight into the legal process.
So disappointed. Do better BBC.