21 Episodes Refresh
May 17, 2021
Miracle BoyMay 17, 2021
On 26th December 2004, one of the deadliest disasters in modern history played out when a Tsunami led to almost 230,000 deaths in south east Asia. Amid the devastation, a Sky News camera crew discover an 8-year-old boy. Their subsequent report is seen by Cristiano Ronaldo, the Portuguese footballer, known to many as the greatest player of his generation, but less so for his role in this remarkable survival story.Miracle Boy was written, recorded and produced by Robert MulhernAdditional recordings, photos and video, Fira IsrofillahSpecial thanks to...
May 10, 2021
Trailer: Storycast '21May 10, 2021
Using the timeframe of the last 21-years, Sky News’ multi-award-winning podcast returns to some of this century's biggest news stories, using the focus of extraordinary personal stories defined by these events. New episodes every Monday from May 17.Series producer: Rob MulhernHost: Jayne Secker
Aug 03, 2020
Polonium & the Piano Player: PART 4 - The ReckoningAugust 03, 2020
With relations between London and Moscow deteriorating, Derek Conlon escapes to a new life, but destiny and the nuclear poison appear to have decided his fate. Narrated by Diana Magnay. Written and produced by Robert Mulhern. Bonus feature — coming soon.Production support by Chris Scott, and Dave Terris. Original Music by Derek Conlon. Digital by Phil Whiteside and Ronan Hughes. Legal support by Matt McKenzie. Graphics and Design by Matt Simpson and Sophia Leale. Continuity announcement -- Kit...
Jul 27, 2020
Polonium and the Piano Player: PART 3 - Victims and suspectsJuly 27, 2020
As one of the biggest police investigations in British history gets underway, Derek Conlon is astonished to learn that he too has been poisoned. But having crossed into the world of espionage, that’s only the beginning of his problems.Episode 4 released Monday August 3, 2020. Narrated by Diana Magnay. Written and produced by Robert Mulhern. Production support by Chris Scott, and Dave Terris. Original Music by Derek Conlon. Digital by Phil Whiteside and Ronan Hughes. Legal support by Matt...
Jul 20, 2020
Polonium & the Piano Player: PART 2 - The PoisoningJuly 20, 2020
A former KGB agent takes us deep into the world of the Russian spies who have just poisoned Alexander Litvinenko and piano player Derek Conlon using a miniature nuclear weapon.(Episode 3 released 27th July).Narrated by Diana Magnay.Produced by Robert Mulhern
Jul 13, 2020
Polonium & the Piano Player: PART 1 - A Nuclear ConnectionJuly 13, 2020
Ex-KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko is lured by Russian agents to a meeting in a 5-star London hotel. What happens next will change his life, the relationship between the UK and Russia, and suck the hotel's piano player Derek Conlon into a world of espionage and murder.(Episode 2 released Monday 20 July).
Jul 09, 2020
Introducing...Polonium & the Piano PlayerJuly 09, 2020
Two Russians agents release a miniature nuclear weapon in a 5-star London hotel. But former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko is not the only victim? From Sky News StoryCast.
Mar 05, 2020
What happened to Annie? BONUS: The fight for key evidenceMarch 05, 2020
Classified files, the fight for key evidence and family reaction. This bonus episode updates with developments in the case of Annie Börjesson since part 6 of the series.Hosted by Jayne Secker.Produced by Robert Mulhern/Jayne SeckerEditing: Dave TerrisProduction Assistance: Chris Scott, Charlotte Ekstrom
Feb 26, 2020
What happened to Annie? Update: Where we're atFebruary 26, 2020
A quick update as to where we're at as we explore what happened to 30 year-old Annie Borjesson - a Swedish woman whose body was found on Prestwick beach on Scotland's west coast in 2005.#WhathappenedtoAnnieEmail: StoryCast@sky.uk
Dec 19, 2019
What happened to Annie? PART 6: The search for answersDecember 19, 2019
Was Annie Borjesson murdered or did she die by suicide? As Guje and Maria make one final journey, the investigation attempts to reach a conclusion. Narrated by Rona DougallProduced by Robert Mulhern#WhathappenedtoAnnie?Email: StoryCast@sky.uk