A behind the scenes look at the investigation into the Alistair Wilson murder, one of Scotland’s most baffling unsolved cases. Presented by Fiona Walker.
Episode 7 - The Son
Alistair Wilson's son, Andrew, now aged 20, speaks publicly about his father’s murder for the first time. What was said and how likely is it to unearth new leads?
Episode 6 - The Police
The police investigation and looks at theories about the murder. Summarising what we know and what we don't know about the case.
Episode 5 - The Impact
The impact of the murder on the Wilson family and how the seaside town of Nairn deals with the unsolved crime.
Episode 4 - The Gun
The gun used in the killing, and possible links with Poland. Also that more advanced DNA testing is being carried out on the murder weapon.
Episode 3 - The Tip-Off
This features BBC Scotland presenter John Beattie’s account of a tip-off made to him about the Alistair Wilson case while he was working on his lunchtime radio programme.
Episode 2 - The Envelope
Examines new details about the envelope handed to Alistair Wilson by his killer shortly before he was shot.
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The Doorstep Murder
I enjoyed the story especially the the attention to the multiple lines of inquiry considered by the law enforcement officials. I did not appreciate the flippant attitude expressed towards firearms ownership in the U.S.A. The presenter implied that a handgun can be purchased off the internet with no background check. While a handgun can be found and purchased, the transfer to the new owner has to be conducted by the holder of a Federal Firearms Agent after the successful completion of a full background check.
Fiona Walker’s voice and storytelling is incredible. I wish she would do more podcasts. BBC please make that happen. This story breaks my heart and I’m so sorry for Veronica and family that they have no answers still. I hope one day they’ll have a resolution to this case.
I throughly enjoyed this podcast. It’s sad that it’s been a cold case for over 10 years with no suspects or hardly any leads at all. I do think it was well sought out and produced, etc.