The opposite of true crime. Part book club, part interview show, Tea & Murder is a podcast all about Agatha Christie and her work. Every episode, host Rebecca Thandi Norman has an exciting guest to discuss an Agatha Christie book, story, or play of their choice. With a smattering of literary analysis and a big dose of humor, Rebecca and her guest dive into why we like the things we like, what makes a great mystery, and every conceivable element of the Agatha Christie universe. Welcome to Tea & Murder! more
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I’ve tried listening to the first three episodes. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to force myself to continue listening about three of my favorite Agatha Christie novels. The host’s audio quality is great, but for me each of the three guests are unlistenable. I’ll keep trying. I hope that the quality improves in subsequent episodes.
I am an Agatha Christie fan and was so happy to find this podcast. I enjoy listening to the various guests’ comments and opinions with regard to the book that has been chosen to discuss. A great addition to podcasts about Golden Age detectives. A must for any fan of All About Agatha and Shedunnit! Always happy when I see that there is a new episode!
I’m a fan of the “All about Agatha” podcast, where I heard about this new podcast. Love that you have Christie experts on like John Curran and Kemper Donovan, and I hope you can get Kemper to come back for a Marple ..his fav and mine!
I have been an Agatha Christie fan for 30 years, and I’ve been an avid listener of the ‘All About Agatha’ podcast for several years now. So I was delighted to find ‘Tea and Murder’. I appreciate that Ms. Norman is not trying to recreate the wonderful format of ‘All About Agatha’. Overall, this is a great podcast for Christie fans, and I enjoy listening to anyone who loves to talk about Christie’s work as much as I do. more
Great interviews with interesting authors.
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Tea & Murder: An Agatha Christie Podcast launched a year ago and published 19 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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