The Crime Hub is a unique podcast that looks to bring together both crime fact and crime fiction. The show features a range of interviews with experts involved with leading criminal cases as well as fictional short stories.
Colonel Clay - Ep 6 - The Scottish Retreat
The cleverest detective in England is on the track of the wily Clay. An arrest is imminent. But who, actually, is likely to be collared?
You can also listen to it here - https://thecrimehub.com/colonel-clay-the-scottish-retreat/
Colonel Clay - Ep 5 - The German Professor
London’s scientific experts play host to a bizarre German who has, apparently, found a way to manufacture diamonds. The gems seem genuine. But what about the professor?
Also view it here - https://thecrimehub.com/colonel-clay-the-german-professor/
Ep 19 - The Soham Murders - Interview with Thomas Grant QC
Many people will remember the murders of Holly Chapman and Jessica Wells in Cambridge for the heart breaking photograph of the two eleven year old friends in Manchester United football shirts.
Involving over 700 police officers, the investigation was one of the biggest manhunts in history.
The case had such an impact that it changed the law forever.
True crime author, Thomas Grant QC talks to Olly Jarvis about the police investigation, subsequent trial of Huntley for murder, Maxine Carr on a lesser charge, and the ways in which the case resulted in legal reforms.
Ep 18 - Colonel Clay - Episode 4 - The Arrest of the Colonel
Narrated by Martin Jarvis The cleverest detective in England is on the track of the wily Clay. An arrest is imminent. But who, actually, is likely to be collared?
You can find the original recording here - https://thecrimehub.com/colonel-clay-the-arrest-of-the-colonel/
Ep 17 - Famous Murder Trials from the Old Bailey with Thomas Grant QC
In 1955, Ruth Ellis was the last woman to be hanged in England following her conviction for the murder of her lover. True crime author, Thomas Grant QC talks to Olly Jarvis about the case, extraordinary events during the trial, whether she was truly guilty of murder and the facts the jury were never told.
Over the past century, Court Number One at the Old Bailey in London has played host to numerous cause celebres and gruesome murders, occasionally defining society’s changing values and the evolution of the criminal law.
In this series of podcasts, true crime author, Thomas Grant QC discusses some of those cases with criminal barrister and writer, Olly Jarvis.
Ep 16 - Are you working with a psychopath?
Author and psychologist Leona Deakin talks to Olly Jarvis about her riveting debut crime thriller, Gone and her contention that psychopaths are living and working amongst us. Find out about the inspiration for her novel and what are the classic psychopathic traits?