125 – Don’t dally in a doorway
Will Adam’s dodgy internet last for the duration of the episode? Will be Bob be able to work out if he’s allowed to go for a ‘business lunch’ in the pub? And just how much coffee did he consume before recording this podcast?
To find out the answers, listen to the latest episode of Partners in Crime with Adam Croft and Robert Daws.
Adam tells us about a German two-part crime drama being filmed in Scarborough, he reveals The Guardian’s best crime and thrillers of 2020 and Bob chats about the upcoming eighth series of French police procedural television show Spiral.
We hear how Ian Rankin plans to complete William McIlvanney’s final novel The Dark Remains, Adam informs us that Granite Noir will be fully online in 2021 and we hear a bit too much information about the bathing habits of one of our hosts.
~ Moriarty ~
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