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Drunk Women Solving Crime is a true crime podcast with a twist...of lime. Join writer/comedian hosts Hannah George, Catie Wilkins and Taylor Glenn as they welcome top guests from comedians to crime writers to test out their drunk detective skills. Each episode sees the boozed up panel tackle personal crime stories, solve true crime cases, and seek justice for your listener crimes. When women sit around and drink we try to solve the world’s problems. So we’re taking back the night and putting ...
 
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The women are drunk, there's an historical true crime that needs solving and for the 112th time, the two things are in the same place, at the same time - yes, our sozzled detectives are back and joining them with her own special brand of sleuthing smarts, is author, comedian and soon to be pop sensation, Ariane Sherine! Ariane starts off proceeding…
 
Today’s episode of DWSC welcomes comedian and poet Sarah Callaghan to the force, who brought with her a tale of criminal woe which was triggering for The Drunk Women, as it would appear that old people aren’t always as sweet as they may appear. Our super-sleuths then learn about a particularly strange trend in law enforcement which causes Catie to …
 
The Drunk Women are back, helping to make your Wednesdays go with a bang and today bringing some explosive energy of her own is comedian, actor & podcaster, Samantha Baines! Our guest detective gets things going by recounting the many times she's been the victim of a crime - one of them at the hands of her own mother, the evidence of which will sti…
 
In this week's edition of DWSC Taylor displays some enviably relaxed hosting skills, whilst presenting a fascinating case which 'poses' countless questions, as well as making us realise that behind every nude statue is a great woman. The gang are also joined by the awesome podcaster, animator and very able detective, Poppy Hillstead, who tells us a…
 
Just like moths to a flame, you can’t keep the Drunk Women away from a bottle of fizz, or a crime that needs solving, and joining them to bump their head into that beautiful light, is comedian, podcaster and absolute trooper, Sarah Keyworth. Things get-off to a showbizzy start, when Sarah recounts a crime which *could* have been the result of mista…
 
It's time for another hit of drunken true crime solving, and joining in the pie-eyed sleuthing this week is podcaster, journalist & presenter Jackie Adedeji! Before digging into this week's case, Jackie reveals that thanks to a momentary lapse in concentration, someone out there could be running around with her identity! But as this episode proves,…
 
The Drunk Women are back with another set of mysterious circumstances to sift through, this week they are aided and abetted by the hilarious comedian and writer Joanne McNally. Joanne reaccounts a crime which will chime with many of your lock-down experiences and is also a lesson in reading the reviews ... if only for comedy value. The gang then ci…
 
The Drunk Women are here again, solving crime and drinking wine so you don't have to ... although who wouldn't want to do those things? Well, this week's guest Athena Kugblenu was certainly keen to get involved and crack a case which is a joy-ride from start-to-finish, and comes courtesy of cherished listeners Becky and Tom in Paris. Athena herself…
 
This week's episode was recorded during a heatwave in the UK (for those of you overseas, yes they DO sometimes occur), so the crime isn't the only cold case the gang crack open for our listening pleasure. Although this week's guest detective, writer Christina Martin, snubbed a cold beer from the fridge in favour of a beverage which couldn't be less…
 
How solved is your crime? Well, thanks to former MI6 employee / journalist / cleaning guru, Aggie MacKenzie, today's story gets a thorough rinsing. Yes, many of you will be familiar with Aggie for her TV show, 'How Clean Is Your House?', but were you aware that she spent some time working for the secret service? Listen to the episode to find out mo…
 
The gang are back with another historical case to solve, and helping everyone achieve that goal is comedian, writer & MC, Arielle Souma! Arielle not only brings some handy historical knowledge to proceedings, but also, single-handedly, makes true crime sexy ... FINALLY! We start by hearing about the time our guest was left in a tight spot on holida…
 
In this week's episode, the Drunk Women welcome a guest who has ALL the smarts to be a top detective; it's writer, comedian and podcaster, Viv Groskop! Although Viv doesn't hail from the big city, she grew up having to keep her wits about her on the mean streets of Somerset in order to provide key statements to the local police - as you will hear. …
 
Yes, that's right, Taylor, Catie and Hannah have gotten drunk at least ONE HUNDRED times (there were a few practice runs), all in the name of solving crime.... well, mostly in the name of solving crime. The gang have had some exemplary company along the way and this week their 100th guest-sleuth is none other than film star, talk show host & docume…
 
Hooray, the Drunk Women continue to entertain themselves AND us through these socially distant times by welcoming a guest to help solve a crime, whilst getting responsibly sozzled! In today's episode, the gang are joined by comedian Esther Manito, whose suspicion of children on the crime scene could have been a direct result of her younger years...…
 
In this week's episode of Drunk Women Solving Crime, the gang dissect (!) the story of someone who wasn't actually breaking any laws at the time, but whose practices would certainly raise a few eyebrows if attempted today .. in more ways than one. It's a gripping tale, but probably not the best accompaniment to a plate of spaghetti - unless you hap…
 
We all know that crime busting and the medical profession go hand-in-hand, after-all where would Holmes be without his Dr Watson? The cop in Diagnosis Murder wouldn't solve ANYTHING without his dad, Dr Dick Van-Dyke and don't get me STARTED on Quincy! Well, this week's episode of DWSC sees our sloshed sleuths welcome their very own Watson in the fo…
 
In this week's episode, the team go stateside for their latest recruit: comedian Fortune Feimster!. Fortune brings some serious insight to a crime which would have lesser detectives well and truly stumped. The gang discuss the different ways a crime can be committed in a plane, how long it's acceptable to hide in the toilets to get a break from you…
 
It's another day in lockdown, but that's not gonna stop The Drunk Women from smashing a case, whilst getting smashed over Zoom. Joining them this week is bestselling author Jane Fallon, who despite not showing early promise as a reliable witness, certainly went on to prove her sleuthing-smarts, as she provides the kind of observations worthy of som…
 
In today's episode of Drunk Women Solving Crime, journalist Jo Elvin brings something to this case that no other guest could. It's taken many attempts to get Jo on the show and if one of the other occasions had worked-out, this fantastic coincidence would have never come into being; to find out just how she's connected to a bank robbery in 1950s Sy…
 
The virtual fun continues this week, as the team welcome comedian and unreliable witness, Jo Caulfield to help solve a historical crime from the archives. Jo proves she's no stranger to getting justice served to those who do wrong, but she may have inadvertently had Danny DeVito arrested by mistake... But her knowledge of the inner workings of the …
 
In today's episode, Catie, Hannah and Taylor welcome a very special detective to the force, who turned up in her dressing gown, notebook in hand and rocked the investigation - it's presenter and author, Fern Britton! As well as having the grey matter to solve the case and proving time and again that she's a step ahead of the game, she also spills t…
 
In this episode the Drunk Women are joined by comedy writer Tasha Dhanraj, who opens the show with a story of the time where she may, or may not have been kidnapped...it's open to interpretation. The gang then get their teeth into a case, which they really manage to flesh-out details such as; how calorific is human 'meat'? Luckily for our hosts tho…
 
Just because we're still in lock-down at the time of record, it doesn't mean historical crimes should go unsolved by drunk women! And so Hannah, Catie and Taylor bravely grab a bottle and get started on a crime which encapsulates drugs, alcohol, adultery and a false accusation - seems like a pretty standard evening in to us. Joining them in their q…
 
In today's episode of Drunk Women Solving Crime, eSports presenter Frankie Ward jumps on the conference call to flex her sleuthing guns. She shares the time she was recipient of a birthday crime; which is bad enough in itself, but you could argue the real crime occurred 6 months later, thanks to an aspiring clown. Speaking of circuses, this week's …
 
The Drunk Women are back with an epic ride of a story which takes-in a landscape ranging from incompetent intruders, to prohibition, with adventures across land and sea and a debate on whether turning a women upside down and shaking her is less humane if she's of retirement age...I mean it probably is, but we'll let you decide for yourself. Helping…
 
This episode of Drunk Women Solving Crime is an education in SO many ways...we find out that Guernsey produces a very, very special type of rum, that almost every adult male who visited Madame Tussaud's during the early 2000s probably has a photo of themselves being inappropriate with the Kylie waxwork, and that this week's guest, the hilarious Liz…
 
Coming to you straight outta quarantine, our plucky detectives embrace the technology (and drinking alone) enabling us to engage in some sleuthing - lockdown style. Joining them, from the safety of her own home is comedian, writer, actor & improviser, Ruth Bratt! Ruth shares a crime which shows an auspicious start to her career. The gang then look …
 
It's the first episode in the 'brave new world' of recording, as the Drunk Women get their tech savvy nieces & nephews to hook them up to some super smart conferencing software, so the gang can continue to solve crimes whilst drinking in the comfort of their own homes. There are lots of amazing guests booked in over the coming weeks, but the feelin…
 
In the final 'throwback' edition, the Drunk Women were joined by Canadian writer and comic, Monica Heisey. Monica bookends this episode beautifully with two occasions she was the victim of a crime - and she's probably the MOST empathetic 'victim' to have ever featured on the show. The gang then explore the murky world of 'Spring-Heeled Jack' whose …
 
Hello to all of our socially distancing / self isolating friends! The Drunk Women are still digging-deep into their well of episodes which were recorded whilst drinking in the same room was still a regular occurrence. Joining them (in the flesh) is hilarious, New York based comic Liz Miele, who dropped-in whilst she was over in London, touring her …
 
You may be aware that this episode was recorded in an era when we could all get drunk in the same room, rather than over Skype; so let yourself be transported to the time when writer, director & comedian Charlie Dinkin dropped into Drunk Women Towers to share some booze, solve a crime and sit within two meters of Hannah, Catie & Taylor. Today we he…
 
Back in the days when everyone could shake-hands and sit in the same room as each other, lovely actor, podcaster and comedian Margret Caborn-Smith dropped into Drunk Women Towers and told some disturbing tales of 'crime-negging' which have befallen her AND some of her friends. The team then look into a case of plagiarism which implicates one of the…
 
The Drunk Women love being able to spend International Women's Day together and so decided to do a live show as part of the Vaults Festival, also raising money for child.org and joining them to do all of this was actor, comedian and writer, Andi Osho! Andi's own crime story could have easily been a plot in a James Bond novel and showed that most vi…
 
The team very much broke dry January in style (spoiler - this was recorded in February 2020) when they got together to pop some corks and crack a crime or two! Joining them is comedy writer Sarah Morgan, who came armed with some fake Chambord and tale of the time she fell foul of a scam particularly popular on London's Oxford Street. We then get to…
 
In today's episode, the Chardonnay flows as the gang come to some heady conclusions regarding a crime of nuclear proportions and helping them out with some amazingly astute observations is psychotherapist and author, Philippa Perry! Philippa begins proceedings by sharing an infuriating miscarriage of justice by her local council, which she actually…
 
This episode welcomes comedy director & producer Saima Ferdows to our ever expanding force and what an asset she is. We start by hearing about a crime committed against Saima which could unleash a podcast called 'Drunk Women COMMITTING Crime'. It's then of course time to get into the work of a ne'er-do-well from history, in this instance the crimin…
 
The Drunk Women welcome comedian, writer and broadcaster Iszi Lawrence to the force this week and what a stroke of luck that she happens to be a natural detective .. even after a carafe of vino. In this episode, the team delve into a case which sees a daughter take some pretty gruesome revenge for her dad's rather gruesome end (although did he not …
 
Joining The Drunk Women this week, is comedian & podcaster, Maria Shehata who has a no-nonsense attitude when it comes to mathematical questions. Before the gang dissect a crime of the spirit kind, they hear about Maria's encounters with crime whilst she was a resident of New York City ... turns-out you CAN'T leave your bag unattended in clubs ther…
 
In this episode, The Drunk Women are joined by a lady who has been writing TV crime drama for so long, she's sure to help us get into the mind of any perpetrator - it's screenwriter and super sleuth, Sally Abbott! Sally talks us through some of the crimes which have coincided with key moments in her life AND tells us about some techniques used to g…
 
The Drunk Women are back in the studio, which can only mean ONE thing - unlimited time for drinking and solving crimes! This very well may be a second record, but we'll let you decide .... Joining the force this week is actor, writer and all-round bad-ass Megan Prescott, who proves that one word from her can reduce those who commit the crime (and i…
 
The gang are hanging around The Salford Lowry for the second week running, as the good people of Manchester still need them to solve some crime and drink prosecco (it's usually prosecco); and this week there's even more booze for them, as guest detective, comedian Katie Mulgrew was pregnant at the time of record, so stuck to cola and Milky Bar Butt…
 
The Drunk Women are BACK and leaving Dry January for someone else to do; after all there's crimes that need solving and they ain't about to do that sober! This episode was recorded at the fantastic Salford Lowry and the equally fantastic comedian, Lou Conran came along for the ride, proving herself an able member of the force (she pre-loaded with a…
 
He's been - and left you all something rather special in your Christmas stockings. As it's Christmas Day, our drunk detectives are taking a well earned break from sleuthing (but not from the boozing of course), but these podcasting queens have left you a Christmas message for the whole family to gather round and listen to. So throw another log in t…
 
IT'S CHRISSSSSTMAASSSSS! So what better way to get in the festive spirit than joining the Drunk Women and comedian Rachel Parris for a night of fizz and true-crime-frolics in London's glittering Leicester Square Theatre! The team also grapple with the theft of a diamond bigger than a Christmas bauble and linked to one of the world's biggest film st…
 
The Drunk Women once again took to the stage of the Soho Theatre and thought they'd invite comedian and fruit enthusiast Olga Koch along for the ride. This show has it all; strippers, a heckler, a case involving poisoning, a missing leg and possibly the sexiest of all crimes ... insurance fraud. Plus, as always we hear from a member of the audience…
 
Although at the time of release we're all gearing-up for Christmas, the team at Drunk Women Towers invite you to cast your minds back to Halloween 2019 when our tipsy trio boarded the ghost train to foggy Corsham so they could bring Drunk Women Solving Crime to the West Country. You just need to know that because they all talk about being dressed u…
 
As 'Men's Month' draws to a close, the Drunk Women are joined by the man to end all men - the one and only Joe Lycett! He came armed with a bottle of bio-dynamic red and a curious mind to help the gang solve a case in which the perpetrator set pulses racing - and not thanks to his criminal tendencies... goodness knows what Joe's Fitbit will make of…
 
As men's month marches on apace, the Drunk Women are joined by comedian Phil Wang to help them get to the bottom of a case. Of beer. And some crime, too. The gang analyse the story of two women who not only had a thirst for gin, but for murder, and inspired a famous musical and film. Before all that though, Phil beguiles the group with not one, but…
 
It's week two of 'Men's Month' and so the Drunk Women invited presenter, writer and all-round brain-box Richard Osman to join the force and put those little grey cells to good use. Richard (or Detective Loophole as he shall now always be known) enlisted the others to get to the bottom of who's quite literally trashing him every week, before getting…
 
After 14 months of exclusively letting women flex their drunk detective skills, the ladies thought they'd honour International Men's Day on 19th November the only way they know how...by inviting four men round throughout the month and plying them with hard booze in order to solve a past crime. First off we have comedian James Acaster, who came lade…
 
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