The Making Of A Detective

The Making Of A Detective

The Irish Sun
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What exactly happens on the hunt for a killer? The Making Of A Detective tells the story of 5 of Ireland’s most notorious murder cases, told through the lens of the man who once solved them.


In over three decades working in An Garda Síochána, Pat Marry has seen it all. Each episode features a step-by-step account of how justice was ultimately served, with interviews from victims' friends and family, Pat's former colleagues in the force, and The Irish Sun's Stephen Breen to help tell these stories one by one.

 

Pat's Story begins with the tragic death of Rachel Callaly by her husband Joe O'Reilly and finishes with Aaron Brady's historic 2020 capital murder conviction for the shooting of Garda Adrian Donohoe. Follow along as we share the dramatic details of each case, and how they shaped Pat into one of Ireland's greatest detectives, learning the skills that went into solving each case along the way.

 

The Making Of  A Detective premiers on November 11th and is brought to you by The Irish Sun.



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  • No. of episodes: 13
  • Latest episode: 2022-03-03
  • True Crime

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How many episodes are there of The Making Of A Detective?

There are 13 episodes avaiable of The Making Of A Detective.

What is The Making Of A Detective about?

We have categorized The Making Of A Detective as:

  • True Crime

Where can you listen to The Making Of A Detective?

The Making Of A Detective is available, among others places, on:

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When did The Making Of A Detective start?

The first episode of The Making Of A Detective that we have available was released 29 October 2021.

Who creates the podcast The Making Of A Detective?

The Making Of A Detective is produced and created by The Irish Sun.