Richard Osman, Liz Moore and Harlan Coben to feature in new episodes of A Stab in the Dark


Monday 4th May 2020

Three brand new episodes of the UKTV Original crime podcast, A Stab in the Dark, are set to be released this month with more following throughout June.

First up, and available today, is a special interview with Quizmaster Richard Osman. He's swapped his chair on Pointless to write his debut crime novel The Thursday Murder Club and chats all about it to award-winning crime novelist and podcast host, Mark Billingham.

Next on 11th May, acclaimed American author Liz Moore explores the opioid epidemic in her stunning novel Long Bright River - the book that all America is talking about. Then, on 18th May, multi-award-winning, bestselling American author Harlan Coben talks all about his 32nd novel.

A special We Hunt Together episode will also follow later this month.

Later in the series, A Stab in the Dark also celebrates The Sopranos 20th anniversary with a special interview with actor Vincent Pastore and includes additional chats with award-winning author, Denise Mina, Blood creator Sophie Petzel, screenwriter Sarah Phelps and Agatha Christie's great-grandson, James Prichard.

All episodes of A Stab in the Dark are available to listen and subscribe to via iTunes and Acast.


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