Collaboration with Gavin Fish

We were delighted to be asked by Gavin Fish to be his first guests on his new True Crime Podcast. We chatted about all things ‘true crime’ and about our work experiences in the criminal justice system and what led to our own true crime podcast.

We would like to thank Gavin for having us on his new podcast. Gavin’s new podcast is available to listeners on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon Music and other major podcast platforms. Alternatively, you are able to listen to the podcast on his website or his YouTube channel.

Our Three-Part Interview On The ‘Murder Mile Podcast’

We recently sat down and were interviewed by Mike from the Murder Mile Podcast, which is normally presented as an audio guided walk of 300+ of London’s untold, unsolved and (often) forgotten murder cases, all within and beyond the West End.

In this three part series, we discussed a detective’s day-to-day duties, police interviews and the basics of crime scenes.

But don’t just check out our own three-part interview on the show, there are over 200 episodes of the podcast for you to listen to! Listen to all the episodes here

The Murder of Joan Woodhouse – Part Two Now Available

We continue with the second and final part of our #TrueCrime investigation looking into the murder of Joan Woodhouse, whose body was discovered in Arundel Park, West Sussex on Tuesday August 10th, 1948. She had been raped and strangled.

After previously visiting the scene of the attack and discovering what everybody already knew about the murder, we use this episode to undertake our own investigation and head back to Sussex to visit the records office and delve into the old case files to find much more information.

We’ll uncover brand new details which will change everything we know about Joan’s plans that weekend and the police investigation.

We’ll also tell you how this case can still be solved…

 

Researched and presented by John & Sally. Produced and Edited by Peter Beeston. Narration by Angela Ness.

Justice for Joan : The Arundel Murder by Martin Knight, is available on Amazon

You can find ‘A Psych For Sore Minds’ here on YouTube

Our case notes are available here and the contents from the briefcase are here.