The weekly UK True Crime Podcast, hosted by Adam, is the home of UK true crime. With a new episode every Tuesday since 2016, it is where you discover lesser known UK cases and discover new perspectives and insight on stories you may already know.
The Train Journey: Episode 324
When Debbie Linsley boarded the London Victoria train that early afternoon at Petts Wood Station, she had everything to live for - life was good. But when just over half an hour later the other passengers left the train at Victoria, Debbie didn't. It was the British Rail guard who found her body.
In this episode of the UK True Crime podcast, I look at just what happened to Debbie Linsley on that fateful day.
Fringes of Society: Episode 323
Whitechapel, East London. Famous among many True Crime fans for the Jack the Ripper Murders where women on the very fringes of society were incredibly vulnerable to a murderer like Jack.
In our modern-day story today, two women at the very edge of modern society - one selling sex, one selling counterfeit DVDs - go missing from the streets of Whitechapel within weeks of each other. Are the disappearances connected?
The Wedding Reception: Episode 322
How we enjoy a wedding reception in the UK. A chance to celebrate a very special day for the newly-married couple before they divorce. This wedding in Guilford, Surrey, was just like so many others until the Bride and Groom left the venue at about 10pm. It was then that the violence started....
The Gun Smugglers: Episode 321
The National Crime Agency (NCA) received intelligence that a gang in Kent were potentially obtaining dangerous guns which they planned to sell on the streets of the UK. In this episode of the UK True Crime Podcast, we watch on as the gang continue their planning unaware that their telephones and satnav have been intercepted by the NCA....
Tragedy at Tebay: Episode 320
It was a dark, winters morning as the 10 men group carried out maintenance on the railway line near Tebay. The men wore their safety helmets to block out the noise of their machinery and there was no look-out as the line was closed in both directions. So when the 20 tonne wagon came hurtling down the track towards them at 40 miles per hour it was completely unexpected.
As one fellow worker put it, "This was the worst nightmare for any rail man - an un-manned wagon coming straight at you out of the pitch darkness." Four men were killed instantly that morning and others injured in the tragedy. Today, I tell their story.
A Belfast Feud: Episode 319
When at about 10.45pm the 999 call came through, the operator could never have known it was one they would never forget.
The man was 29 year old Stephen Carson from Belfast who was calling from his downstairs toilet. He said: "Hurry up please, there are two people in my house trying to get me. Quick, quick, hurry up." Then there was silence.......
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