The best true crime podcasts to binge this summer – from Who Killed Daphne to No Strings Attached | The Sun

FOR those of us who love a good whodunnit, nothing quite satisfies the itch for a good mystery like a true crime podcast does.

With a true crime podcast, you can get lost in the real life twists and turns of mysterious unsolved crimes that have puzzled the world for years.

And who knows – you might just have what it takes to solve the crime yourself before pressing play on that final episode. 

From the genre-defining brilliance of Who Killed Daphne? to the detailed investigative style of No Strings Attached, there’s something for everyone’s taste.

So, grab your detective hats and your headphones, because these true crimes will have you hooked from the first to last episode.

Who Killed Daphne?

Daphne Caruana Galizia was a household name for her fearless reporting on government corruption and the Panama Papers.

Disturbed by police inaction, her son Matthew turns to the international journalism community to find answers.

And what they find is a shocking trail of government corruption, covered up crimes and deception that rises all the way up to the top.

Who Killed Daphne is a new six-part podcast series, hosted by British investigative reporter Stephen Grey.

It revolves around the mysterious assassination of a blogger and investigative journalist that exposed some of the most scandalous secrets of the rich and powerful.

As the investigation unfolds, answers become more complex revealing immense scandals, offshore companies and corrupt politicians. 

Who Killed Daphne is available from Monday, July 11 on all major podcast platforms.

No Strings Attached

In a new true crime podcast from ITV, No Strings Attached explores the inside story of Emile Cilliers' plot to kill his wife, Vicky.

His motive was to secure her life insurance in order to clear his debts and begin a new life with his secret lover.

The spine-chilling story covers the army sergeant's plot to murder his wife by sabotaging her parachute.

It also covers her miraculous survival from a 4,000 feet jump and a police investigation which came at a great personal price to the detectives working on the case.


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Along the way, detectives uncover his double life of lies, sex parties and payday loans.

They also witness the extent of Emile's coercive, controlling relationship with Vicky.

In court, she stood and gave evidence backing her husband, above the detectives who were trying to bring him to justice.

No Strings Attached is available to listen to on all major podcast platforms.

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Murder With My Husband

Murder With My Husband is packed full of murder cases from around the worldCredit: Spotify

Hosted by Payton and Garrett Moreland, Murder With My Husband ventures into the darkest crimes with a wife who loves it and a husband who hates it.

With a staggering 119 episodes to choose from – correct at the time of publication – the true crime podcast has cemented itself as one of the most binge-worthy out there to date.

During episodes, which are normally up to an hour-long, Payton and Garrett dissect murders from start to finish – leaving no stone unturned.

Since its inception in 2020, the married couple have delved into the gruesome details behind murders all over the world – namely in the United States.

Murder With My Husband is available to listen to on all major podcast platforms.

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