LiSTNR’s 10 crime podcast picks for Spring

Spring has sprung and LiSTNR has compiled 10 crime podcasts to take on a walk through the park or on a trip to the gym.

From Australian true crime stories to some of the world’s greatest mysteries, here are LiSTNR’s top 10 crime podcasts to investigate

Disclosed: The Children In The Pictures

Australian documentary-maker Akhim Dev follows the Queensland Police investigation of a notorious child exploitation website. This eight-part series is an examination of how child abuse has become endemic online, and what we can all do to fight it – Listen. 

Crime Insiders

Made up of two show formats, Crime Insiders: Detectives and Crime Insiders: Forensics, the twice-weekly podcast features episodes from those working in crime scene investigations, and those working in all areas of law enforcement – Listen. 

Crime Insiders: In Focus

True crime conversations with the people closest to some of Australia’s most compelling cases – from doctors to family members and sometimes the victims themselves. These perspectives, not often heard in mainstream Australian media, offer perspectives into some of Australia’s biggest crime cases – Listen.

You Don’t Know Me  

You Don’t Know Me follows the story of Lizzie Burdett’s disappearance, and the secrets of those in the community around her. Set in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, each episode focuses on a different potential suspect – Listen.

Crime Junkie – SXM Media

This weekly true crime podcast hosted by Ashley Flowers dives deep into solved and unsolved murders, missing people, serial killers, and wanted fugitives – Listen.

Morbid – Wondery

Morbid is a true crime and history podcast hosted by autopsy technician and hairstylist, Ash Kelley and Alaina Urquhart – Listen.                                                                                 

My Favorite Murder – Wondery 

Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstack talk through crime stories, covering serial killers, strange disappearances and listener-submitted horrors. Listen

Dateline – SXM Media

Dateline covers classic and current stories, featuring true crime mysteries, documentaries and in-depth investigations – Listen.

Something Was Wrong – Wondery

This true-crime docuseries is about shocking life events and abusive relationships, hosted by body-positivity stylist, abuse survivor, advocate and author Tiffany Reese – Listen.

Over My Dead Body – Wondery

Over My Dead Body, hosted by Matthew Shaer and Robert Moor, explores people pushed beyond their limits who have done unspeakable things – Listen.

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