Public engagement project
Inside Forensic Science podcast
The story of a crime scene investigation through the eyes of forensic scientists.
About this activity
Inside Forensic Science tells the story of a crime scene investigation through the eyes of forensic scientists. This first series focuses on a historical unsolved murder case from 1912 and asks forensic scientists ‘what would you do differently today?’
The podcast was commissioned by the Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science (LRCFS) at the University of Dundee. LRCFS works to disrupt conventional thinking, embrace new opportunities, and drive innovation that enables reliable science to be used in the delivery of justice.
The series is narrated by Pennie Latin, the researcher was Heather Doran (Public Engagement Manager, LRCFS) consultant Pauline Mack (Digital Learning Technology Lead, LRCFS).
Inside Forensic Science is an Adventurous Audio production.
You can subscribe to the podcast via most major podcast providers or listen online.
Join in the discussion via our dedicated Facebook group.
Each time we release an episode we will provide further materials and information. You can find these at the bottom of the page.
Listen to the podcast
- Episode one - The discovery of a crime
- Episode two - Who was the victim?
- Episode two - Bonus material - The British Association meeting in Dundee
- Episode three - The autopsy
- Episode four - Dating a death
- Episode four - Bonus material - Fingerprint evidence
- Episode five - Who committed the crime?
- Episode six - From case to court
Inside Forensic Science tells the story of a crime scene investigation through the eyes of forensic scientists.
Episode one - Evidence files
These files were obtained through the HM Freedom of(Information)Scotland Act 2002 and published online in 2013.
Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic ScienceLRCFSPublicEngagement@dundee.ac.uk