"Homicide: Life On The Set," is a brand new monthly podcast that takes a look behind the scenes at the multi-award-winning show "Homicide: Life On The Street." 

Each episode will feature an exclusive new interview with a member of the cast or crew of the show, looking at what made this show an enduring classic.

Expect lots of fascinating insight and anecdotes as we revisit the streets of Baltimore once again.



Baltimore native Susan C. Ingram was a union camera assistant for about 20 years. Her first feature in L.A. was "Scarface," followed by a number of films including "Stop Making Sense," "Nothing In Common," and "Overboard," and TV series including "V" and "Murder She Wrote." After moving home to Baltimore, she worked on "Gettysburg," "Return To Lonesome Dove," and two John Waters films, before winding up her career with six seasons on "Homicide: Life On The Street". She now works as a freelance journalist.
See more at IMDB: http://tinyurl.com/Susan-C-Ingram


Chris Carr is a director and podcaster based in London. Chris is best known as the producer and host of the "Secrets & Spies," podcast in which he interviews former spies, experts and authors about the world of espionage and geo-politics. When Chris is not interviewing spies he is a director and producer of commercials and video content for brands. In 2021 Chris was nominated "Best British Director" by The British Short Film Awards, for his short spy film "The Dry Cleaner", which he wrote as well as directed.
See more at IMDB: http://tinyurl.com/Chris-Carr