Listen in as Jonathan Menges, a roundtable of co-hosts and special guests discuss topics related to the Whitechapel Murders, Jack the Ripper, Victorian British history, and whatever else suits their fancy. This free and loose discussion is sure to interest everyone involved in the 120 year long hunt for 'Jack the Ripper'
Sherlock: From Adler to Amberley- The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor
Sherlock: From Adler to Amberley examines the tenth story from the Sherlock Holmes Canon:
The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor
Karl welcomes special guest Trevor Downey, the host of The Great Stories podcast and contributor to The Anfield Wrap.
Pictures of the Abyss with Andrew Firth
Rippercast welcomes artist and photographer Andrew Firth to the show to discuss his latest book Pictures of the Abyss, a photo journey through Jack London's 1902 first hand account of life in the East End of London.
With special guest Mark Ripper
Hosted by Jon Lee Rees
Whitechapel Society presents Julian Woodford- The Boss of Bethnal Green
We are pleased to be able to bring to you the August 2020 guest speaker talk from the Whitechapel Society:
Julian Woodford the author of The Boss of Bethnal Green
Due to the global Covid-19 pandemic, this was the first virtual monthly meeting of the Society.
This is a video podcast playable on all podcast apps that support it. Or stream it from the web at the following link:
Thank you to Julian Woodford, Sue Parry, Tony Power and Steve Rattey.
Sherlock: From Adler to Amberley- The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb
Sherlock: From Adler to Amberley examines the ninth short story from the Sherlock Holmes Canon-
The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb
Karl Coppack welcomes Chantelle from Lady Justice: A True Crime Podcast to the show.
Mango Books Virtual Conference 2020- Andrew Firth
Mango Books Virtual Conference 13 and 14, 2020
Andrew Firth- Ripperland
Andrew Firth takes a journey into Ripperland and walks the streets of the Victorian East End.
Mango Books Virtual Conference 2020- Neil Watson
Mango Books Virtual Conference 13 and 14 June, 2020
Neil Watson- The Denham Massacre
Neil Watson is interviewed by Wycombe Sounds' Andy Aliffe and Steve Colgan for their 'Off the Rails' radio show, and talks about the horrific murder of seven members of the Marshall family in the sleepy village of Denham in 1870.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Great Pod, only downside is Ally Ryder. Wants to argue with ppl over most trivial points. Now Johnathan Menges is back, highly recommend.
An informative podcast which has a variety of entertaining guests - highly recommend.
Great content but abysmal sound
The title says it all. This is a treasure trove for those who like to deep dive into this subject. But in this day and age it’s pretty unforgivable that so little effort is made with the sound quality. The crackly “hand held mic on a rectangular tape recorder” sound is not charming or “olde worlde” - it’s poor and frustrating and likely to deter new listeners who are used to A1 sound. Sorry, it’s a great show, but there’s no reason for the technology to be stuck in the same era as the subject matter.