102 – Cakes and ale
Have we discovered the next Tiger King? Does Bob prefer a whodunnit, a howdunnit or a howwilltheydoit? And do you want to hear Adam mangle some French?
Robert Daws and Adam Croft explore these questions in the latest episode. (And if your answer to the last question is anything other than an emphatic yes, then you’re listening to the wrong show.)
They discuss Peter May’s rediscovered prophetic novel Lockdown, Scandi-noir Twin,
Agatha Christie TV adaptations, why neither of them has watched Tiger King and a pharmacy-based true crime that will undoubtedly be heading to your screens soon.
You will also hear why Bob doesn’t want any lockdown drama and a big secret that Adam has been keeping from us.
~ Moriarty ~
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