Your next Nordic Noir obsession.
The crime drama legend spends some time with The Killing Times.
The Welsh actress talks about one of the most emotional crime dramas of the year.
Uncovering the fate of Faith Howells.
Diving deep into the latest Welsh crime series.
The Cymru Noir is back.
Examining Icelandic lore and a murder mystery in remote Flatey.
Going deep into Icelandic crime drama with Trapped.
Episode nine of our podcasts features 35 Awr’s Fflur Dafydd. A novelist, teacher and screenwriter, Fflur is the person behind S4C’s 35 Awr – a twisty-turny, Welsh-language thriller based around 12 jurors and the murder case they have to grapple with. Add jurors each with their own agenda (and secrets if their own), it’s an…
In this episode, we’re delighted to say that Paul is joined by the brilliant British actress, Olivia Williams. In a long a varied career, Olivia has played all sorts of characters and appeared in all sorts of different projects throughout the years, including Shakespeare, sci-fi, period drama and comedy. Currently, she appears in STARZPlay’s Counterpart….
In this Iceland Noir special, we’re joined by Lilja Sigurðardóttir and Quentin Bates. Lilja Sigurðardóttir was born in Iceland in 1972, and has written six books, two of which – Snare and Trap – have been translated into English by Quentin Bates and have been released in the UK by Orenda books. Lilja is also an award-winning…
S.J.I. (Susi) Holliday grew up in East Lothian. A life-long fan of crime and horror, her short stories have been published in various places, and she was shortlisted for the CWA Margery Allingham competition in 2013. Susi’s debut psychological crime novel Black Wood was published by Black & White in March 2015, her second, Willow Walk, was released in May 2016, and The Damselfly followed in February…