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 Yellow Face
Karl Coppack welcomes author Paul Miller to discuss the next story in the Arthur Conan Doyle canon:
The Adventure of the Yellow Face
Sherlock: From Adler to Amberley- The Adventure of the Cardboard Box
Karl Coppack welcomes Marisa and Sarah, the hosts of The However Improbable podcast, to discuss the next story in Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes canon:
The Adventure of the Cardboard Box
Whitechapel Society presents The Houndsditch Murders with Peter Clarke and Sue Parry
We are pleased to bring to you the February 2021 meeting of The Whitechapel Society:
The Houndsditch Murders
Former City of London Police officer, historian and tour guide Peter Clarke presents a detailed overview of the Houndsditch Murders and the Siege of Sidney Street
Followed by Sue Parry sharing with us an incredible scrapbook belonging to the family of wounded Officer William Bryant, full of letters, cards and memorabilia relating to his involvement in the tragic incident.
Checkmate: The Wallace Murder Mystery with Mark Russell
Jonathan Menges, Tom Wescott and Jon Rees welcome author Mark Russell to the show to discuss his book
Checkmate: The Wallace Murder Mystery
Sherlock: From Adler to Amberley- The Adventure of Silver Blaze
Karl Coppack welcomes as his guest Mary Pagones. Ms Pagones is the author of numerous novels, including 'A Study in Scarlet Marquis: Sherlock Holmes and the Trials of Oscar Wilde', 'Pride, Prejudice and Personal Statements', and the 'Fortune's Fool' series of equestrian novels. She joins the show to discuss...
The Adventure of Silver Blaze
Sherlock: From Adler to Amberley- The Adventure of the Copper Beeches
Karl Coppack welcomes special guest Kyle Glazebrook to discuss the twelfth story from the Sherlock Holmes canon:
The Adventure of the Copper Beeches
I'm starting from the beginning and so far I'm enjoying what I'm hearing...it would have gotten a five star from me if it weren't for that Ally person. She is terrible! She is rude, condescending, and grating to listen to. I do hope in the later episodes they've gotten rid of her.
Hard to listen to. Volumes are all over the place and hissing is hard to overcome.
Great host, guests and content!
For those interested in Victorian London or Jack the Ripper, this is a great resource.