In Season 2 of Inside the Crime, we investigate the murder of Charles Self, a talented RTÉ set designer who was brutally killed in his south Dublin home in 1982. Born in England and raised in Scotland, he had settled well into a new life in Dublin. So who would want him dead? Subscribe now to make sure you don't miss a moment of this true crime podcast.
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To mark the end of this season of Inside the Crime, we held a very special event with a live audience of listeners to The Charles Self Murder. We wanted to bring the series to a close by going deeper inside the crime, so we invited a panel of guests ... more
There's been one key character who keeps cropping up throughout this season: Bertie. He was Charles' friend who was asleep in an upstairs bedroom the night of the murder. Bertie was the one to call 999 the following morning. But it's hard to understa... more
In the weeks following Charles' murder, there seemed to be more questions than answers surrounding the killing. Hundreds of gay men were being interviewed, photographed and fingerprinted, but gardaí seemed no closer to finding the perpetrator. Then, ... more
I think the podcast is well made as in it tells the tragic story very vividly. I’m slightly confused by the fact if Bertie is possibly the perpetrator why isn’t it ever mentioned that his sketch could be a cover for his (possible) crime.
Story is very engaging and I had no problems hearing Frank, but the audio quality of the family interviews is noticeably poor. I don’t know if it’s a matter of the device used to record the family interviews being poor quality or if the interviewees speak a bit too quietly, but at a couple of points during the podcast, I considered switching to another story because the interviews were difficult to hear and they’re integral parts of the story.
Not as good as the witness
heartbreaking story beautifully told with such care and consideration for the bereft Whelan family- such a sad and meaningless loss of three beautiful lives.Very well put together and thought provoking podcast- well done 👏
so heartfelt and sincere… Frank is an journalist with sensitivity and caring.
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