Who Killed Emma?

Who Killed Emma?

By BBC Radio Scotland

What's Who Killed Emma? about?

The naked body of a young woman is found in isolated woods. Police never catch her killer. Journalist Sam Poling's investigation takes her into a dark and unsettling world of sex, rape, lies and murder. And it leads her to confront the man she believes is the prime suspect.

From BBC Scotland, Who Killed Emma? Is an eight-part podcast that forensically takes apart the police investigation into Emma's murder and unravels the impact of a series of coincidences and missed opportunities until a clear suspect starts to emerge. CREDITS

Reporter: Samantha Poling

Producer: Mona McAlinden

Audio Editor: Jennifer Tracey

Story Editor: Kirsty Williams

Audio editing and mixing: Fraser Jackson and Kris McConnachie

Executive Producers: Jennifer Tracey and Shelley Jofre

Commissioning Editors: Louise Thornton and Gareth Hydes

Thanks to Matt Roper

Special thanks to Eamon O Connor and all those who trusted us to tell their stories.

Who Killed Emma? is created and made by BBC Scotland on BBC Sounds.

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