How to listen to our Glasgow true crime podcast voiced by a Taggart star

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How to listen to our Glasgow true crime podcast voiced by a Taggart star
How to listen to our Glasgow true crime podcast voiced by a Taggart star

There are now 17 episodes of our Glasgow-based true crime podcast, bringing you detailed stories from Victorian scandals to gruesome crimes still embedded in the memories of many residents.

Glasgow Crime Stories is voiced by former Taggart star Alex Norton, who will captivate any keen podcast listener with the chilling tales.

Each week listen to 20-minute episodes that take a detailed look at some of the biggest crimes to take place in Scotland.

Our latest episode goes back to 1952 when the murder of young Betty Alexander sent shockwaves through Glasgow.

Yet despite every effort, the vicious individual behind the killing was never found.

We are also offering 20% off our annual digital subscriptions with our special podcast promo code GLASGOWPOD22.

There are a few ways you can listen to all the episodes of the Glasgow-based true-crime podcast.

Listen to the latest episode now:

How to listen

Apple Podcasts

The podcast is available on Apple Podcasts - if you have an iPhone, iPad, Macbook or another Apple product, download the Apple Podcasts app.

Either click the headline above or click this link to be directed straight to our podcast home and get the latest episode.

Make sure you hit the subscribe button and be instantly notified whenever we publish a new episode.

Spotify

This podcast is also available on Spotify. This can be accessed via all devices, either through the Spotify app or the web player.

Click this link to head straight to our homepage on Spotify and get the latest episode.

And make sure you follow the show and add us to your library - that way, you'll never miss an episode, and will get notified when there's a new show available.

Amazon Music

Great news for smart speaker owners - we're bringing you Glasgow Crime Stories straight to Amazon music.

This means you can access it on your Amazon Alexa speaker or any other Amazon device.

Follow the podcast here.

Acast

If you don't have Apple Podcasts or Spotify, don't worry. There's still a way to hear the tales of city’s biggest cold cases and most shocking crimes.

You can listen on the Acast player here.

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