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Death in Ice Valley

Author: BBC World Service

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An unidentified body. Who was she? Why hasn’t she been missed? A BBC World Service and NRK original podcast, investigating a mystery unsolved for almost half a century.
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11. Turning Detective - Live

11. Turning Detective - Live

2019-06-2401:15:0026

Listeners’ leads, digging and a woman on the run? Marit and Neil investigate new clues which have come from you. And they are in Bergen, Norway, answering your questions with special guests crime writer Gunnar Staalesen, forensic pathologist Inge Morild, and Nils Jarle Gjøvåg, head of forensics at Bergen Police.Please recommend #DeathinIceValley to others. Help us with the ongoing investigation at:www.facebook.com/groups/deathinicevalley and www.bbcworldservice.com/deathinicevalley
Coming soon: Special Episode

Coming soon: Special Episode

2019-06-0600:39:315

Marit and Neil are to return with Episode 11. They’ll have updates on the investigation and will be answering questions from an audience in Bergen, with guests and live music. Available from 24 June. The show is being recorded on 19 June. For tickets, go to: www.bbcworldservice.com/deathinicevalleyTo send your questions, join the Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/deathinicevalleyIf you know anyone who hasn’t listened to the series yet, now is the time before the next episode is released – let them know!
10. Underground

10. Underground

2018-06-1800:39:1844

New path, old cutlery. Violent times and reflections. Please recommend #DeathinIceValley to others. There is more at: www.facebook.com/groups/deathinicevalley and www.bbcworldservice.com/deathinicevalley
9. The Isdal Girl

9. The Isdal Girl

2018-06-1100:33:1527

Destination: red hot spot. Following the isotope maps. There is also a forgotten object. Please help us spread the word about our podcast on social media: #DeathinIceValleyThere is more at: www.facebook.com/groups/deathinicevalley and www.bbcworldservice.com/deathinicevalley
8. Case Closed

8. Case Closed

2018-06-0400:33:3041

Written in a tooth and a 't'. And the day that police announced the end of the investigation. Please spread the word: #DeathinIceValley Watch the 1970 police news conference: www.facebook.com/groups/deathinicevalley and www.bbcworldservice.com/deathinicevalley
7. Mystery Men

7. Mystery Men

2018-05-2800:34:5338

Silence in Room 426 and at dinner. And a mirror. #DeathinIceValley See the documents on our website: www.bbcworldservice.com/deathinicevalleyJoin the conversation: www.facebook.com/groups/deathinicevalley
6. Spycatcher

6. Spycatcher

2018-05-2100:32:2336

Keep your mouth shut! Protect yourself! The meeting on the platform. #DeathinIceValley Join the conversation: www.facebook.com/groups/deathinicevalley For documents: www.bbcworldservice.com/deathinicevalley
5. The Penguin

5. The Penguin

2018-05-1400:32:5640

Boom! The secret file and what the fisherman saw. #DeathinIceValleywww.facebook.com/groups/deathinicevalleywww.bbcworldservice.com/deathinicevalley
4. Telltale Tooth

4. Telltale Tooth

2018-05-0700:35:3044

ML 23N MM. Names, spooks and following the filling. Break the code: www.bbcworldservice.com/deathinicevalley and www.facebook.com/groups/deathinicevalley #DeathinIceValleyWith Marit Higraff and Neil McCarthy.
3. The Remote Archive

3. The Remote Archive

2018-04-3000:33:1563

Catch of the day – searching for a breakthrough. Norway was a very different country back then. Who was Finella Lorck? What was the cause of death? With Marit Higraff and Neil McCarthy.If you are affected by anything in our podcast, you can find details of organisations which offer advice and support at www.bbcworldservice.com/deathinicevalley Join the conversation:#DeathinIceValleywww.facebook.com/groups/deathinicevalley
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Comments (71)

Todd Lamphere

need more soon please.

Sep 28th
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Todd Lamphere

more please, soon. Missing this.

Aug 12th
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Todd Lamphere

respectfully disagree. I love this podcast.

Jul 3rd
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Todd Lamphere

absolutely love this podcast. One of the best I've listened to. I've seen the detractors here but to each his own, all I know is after listening to many true crime podcasts, this is my favorite along with Serial and Undisclosed.

Jul 3rd
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Herbert Holmes

I have only recently started diving into this case and throroughly enjoy your show so far! in terms of the "code", does it not seem a little primitive in terms of the belief that she is a spy? It seems very simple to me and i feel as though they would use much more advanced codes practicing espionage.. maybe not though! Just saying.

Jun 23rd
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Mark Steml

what a load of shit & yet another pod cast wasting my time cheers

Apr 10th
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sonja fenimore

What woman would carry a large can of hairspray and then have messy hair all of the time? That can is really curious....

Mar 14th
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bee bee louise

This case has always fascinated me.

Jan 18th
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Cynthia

ok. so I liked the narrators but I was suspicious they have no answers in the end. am I right??? please, I don't wanna waste my time.

Dec 20th
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Mark Lohmeier

Not worth it, and yeah, you guys haven’t figured ANYTHING out. Also main narrator is definitely biased and not open to theories.

Dec 14th
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Sean Conroy

I'm amazed to get to the end of episode 6 and still have no mention of psychiatric illness

Dec 12th
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Jarred Reynolds

More please!

Nov 28th
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Zoe Pearce

why is this true crime content in the audio drama section?

Nov 22nd
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Juan Abreu

Her deduction that given a grammar mistake, the person must have not been a native speaker is not sound. Native Norwegian speakers write "å" instead of "og." Native speakers can and do make mistakes, sometimes incredible ones.

Oct 8th
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sara ~

music great! sound effects terrible. occasional fake dialogue is annoying. its obvious they are reading or have decided what to say in advance. as for the science itself : i felt they didnt follow obvious leads- what science could tell back then is amazing for the technology. i feel they should put absolutely everything online, forever, to get long term opinions. they need an anon drop box for retired agents, cops, scientists etc so they can help without being discovered. the genealogy websites which have huge dna databases should really be pursued. cold cases like this should be an exception. yes, the show was campy and predictable at times, but i think they all did great for their first go. i would listen to anything else they produced. .music: how does one purchase?

Oct 6th
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Shelley Tweddle

I adore the music in this series... wow!

Sep 17th
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Fiona O'Neill

You may like this

Jul 21st
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Brenda Tranter

No

Jul 5th
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Jeff Colpitts

WTF...I thought you did genetic testing. doesn't that tell you if she German?

Jul 3rd
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Peter Chaloner

Slow, repetitious intro. Pointlesd, intrusive music. Get on with it!

Jul 2nd
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