Still At Large focuses on an unsolved British murder each week. The host concentrates on cases spanning across the last hundred years. Likely, you may not know many of the events. He takes a factually based approach to the show, and the details in each case demonstrate the research done. Because these cases are not well known, the host spends significant time finding every detail possible with the aim of resurfacing attention to the facts.
This podcast could pick up steam and possibly thrive with a subreddit cult following. The show is for armchair sleuths—all the available information is present and you can now share others your opinion. What I like most about this show is the mission: to bring attention to unsolved cold cases. I would like to think of it as America’s Most Wanted, but for British crime.
It is a newer podcast, so the production quality is not the greatest and the show is still finding their rhythm. However, the concept and research are intriguing, so I hope it keeps growing. The show will not be for everyone, but if you are looking to learn about some unsolved cases, give it a shot!