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Fred Jeffs: The Sweetshop Murder


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Fred Jeffs: The Sweetshop Murder

A true crime podcast from Graeme Rose
Website: bctouring.co.uk/production/fred-jeffs-podcast

A ‘true-crime’ mystery set in Birmingham and the Black Country, in the English Midlands. Graeme Rose investigates the real unsolved murder of his great uncle, sweetshop-owner Fred Jeffs, on Good Friday 1957, by talking to people who remember the case. Can he unravel what really happened on that fateful night?

Written & presented by Graeme Rose.
Music Composition & Sound Design by Fox & Rocha (guest musician Martin Cox)
Director Steve Johnstone.
Podcast supported by Black Country Touring, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Arts Council England, Creative Black Country.

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