5 episodes

The Nolan Show investigates true crime from Northern Ireland and further afield.

Nolan True Crime BBC

    • News

The Nolan Show investigates true crime from Northern Ireland and further afield.

    Getting Away with Murder - Episode 4

    Getting Away with Murder - Episode 4

    In this 4th and final episode we delve further into the mind of a killer. We speak to the Professor of Psychology at Edge Hill University - Geoff Beattie and Security Correspondent with the Irish News, Allison Morris.
    Marian’s brother Gerard takes Vinny to her graveside and has a final message for the person responsible and anyone who can assist the PSNI investigation.
    This is a special Nolan Show podcast, following the events of the night of March 30th 1973, and the police hunt that followed. That night 18 year old Marian Beattie left her family home to attend a dance on the outskirts of Aughnacloy. She would be found dead the following morning.
    Do you have information relating to Marian's murder? Contact the PSNI on their non-emergency 101 number. Or you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
    This podcast series is presented by Stephen Nolan, with Vinny Hurrell.
    Produced by Vinny Hurrell.

    • 39 min
    Getting Away with Murder – Episode 3

    Getting Away with Murder – Episode 3

    The Nolan Show has been working on this investigation for over a year. During that time the family of Marian Beattie claimed that the police had misplaced over 40 items of evidence linked to the case. In this episode we speak to Assistant Chief Constable George Clarke. He explains where the case is today, what suspects they have, and that the situation regarding evidence is actually worse than the family claim.

    In late March 1973, 18 year old Marian Beattie went to a charity dance at Hadden's Garage on the outskirts of Aughnacloy with her best friend and brother. During the night she was seen dancing with a young man. She left with him after 1am and within minutes Marian was murdered.
    46 years later, nobody has been brought to justice.

    This is a special Nolan Show podcast, following the events of that night, and the investigation that followed.

    Do you have information relating to Marian's murder? Contact the PSNI on their non-emergency 101 number. Or you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

    This podcast series is presented by Stephen Nolan, with Vinny Hurrell.
    Produced by Vinny Hurrell.

    • 36 min
    Getting Away with Murder – Episode 2

    Getting Away with Murder – Episode 2

    In this episode we return to the quarry with Gerard Beattie, Marian’s brother. Gerard tells us he believes he does know the identity of the person responsible for his sister’s murder.
    We hear for the first time about ‘The Rats Tail’ – a pathway that lead to where the body was found.
    And has crucial evidence been lost forever?
    *
    In late March 1973, 18 year old Marian Beattie went to a charity dance at Hadden's Garage on the outskirts of Aughnacloy with her best friend and brother. During the night she was seen dancing with a young man. She left with him after 1am and within minutes Marian was murdered.
    46 years later, nobody has been brought to justice.
    This is a special Nolan Show podcast, following the events of that night, and the investigation that followed. In this episode you'll hear from Marian's younger brother Gerard Beattie, her friend Nuala Wilson who was there that night, and local Criminologist Robert Giles. We also have our first encounter with the PSNI in this episode.
    Do you have information relating to Marian's murder? Contact the PSNI on their non-emergency 101 number. Or you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
    This podcast series is presented by Stephen Nolan, with Vinny Hurrell.
    Produced by Vinny Hurrell.

    • 38 min
    Getting Away with Murder - Episode 1

    Getting Away with Murder - Episode 1

    In late March 1973, 18 year old Marian Beattie went to a charity dance at Hadden's Garage on the outskirts of Aughnacloy with her best friend and brother. During the night she was seen dancing with a young man. She left with him after 1am and within minutes Marian was murdered. Marian's body was found in the early hours of the following day at the bottom of the nearby quarry, and the RUC opened a murder investigation. 46 years later, nobody has been brought to justice for what police at the time described as a "vicious and cruel murder, with sadistic overtones..."

    This is a special Nolan Show podcast, following the events of that night, and the investigation that followed. In this episode you'll hear from Marian's younger brother Gerard Beattie, her friend Nuala Wilson who was there that night, and local Criminologist Robert Giles.

    Do you have information relating to Marian's murder? Contact the PSNI on their non-emergency 101 number. Or you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

    This podcast series is presented by Stephen Nolan, with Vinny Hurrell.
    Produced by Vinny Hurrell.

    • 25 min
    Welcome to Nolan True Crime

    Welcome to Nolan True Crime

    The Nolan Show investigates true crime from Northern Ireland and further afield.

    • 1 min

Top Podcasts In News

Listeners Also Subscribed To

More by BBC