April 15, 2022
Adam Croft is here once again to save the day by doing episode 162 of Partners in Crime on his own while Bob is away rehearsing. That's the excuse he's given us anyway.
We hear about a Lynda La Plante Q&A in the New Statesman, the nine best fictional films and shows based on real-life crimes according to Collider, and Adam gives us this week's Kobo recommendations.
He also reads out some emails from listeners who are more than happy for Adam to present the podcast on his own. That's not to say they don't like Bob or that he waffles on a lot, but more of a compliment towards Adam. At least I think so anyway.
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