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All About Agatha is a podcast all about, well, Agatha. Agatha Christie, of course. The Queen of Crime, a real-life Dame of the British Empire and author of sixty-six mystery novels that spanned the Twentieth Century, defining a genre. For six years, we revisited each and every one of these novels in publication order and ranked them according to pre-set criteria such as plot, character, and setting. Now, we content ourselves with interviewing like-minded obsessives (scholars and contemporary ...
 
Un podcast qui se penche sur l'oeuvre de la Reine du Crime, Agatha Christie. Nous abordons ses romans au rythme d'un livre par épisode, et un épisode par mois. Alors installez-vous confortablement et replongez-vous avec nous dans ces classiques qui ont façonné l'écriture du genre !
 
The opposite of true crime. Part book club, part interview show, Tea & Murder is a podcast all about Agatha Christie and her work. Every episode, host Rebecca Thandi Norman has an exciting guest to discuss an Agatha Christie book, story, or play of their choice. With a smattering of literary analysis and a big dose of humor, Rebecca and her guest dive into why we like the things we like, what makes a great mystery, and every conceivable element of the Agatha Christie universe. Welcome to Tea ...
 
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Danish composer Matias Vestergård joins the podcast to discuss his love of the Orient Express (the train, not the book), writing an Agatha Christie-inspired opera, and why boats are such a great setting for both a mystery and, as it turns out, an opera. Listen to Matias's work: https://www.youtube.com/@matiasvestergardhansen6304 See Matias's Instag…
 
At Duke Divinity School, the Center for Spirituality, Theology and Health offers monthly webinars via zoom. I’m looking forward to the one this week: Spirituality, Recovery and Resilience: A Holistic Bio-Psycho-Social Spiritual Approach to Mental Health Treatment. (Anyone can join the free webinar: Tuesday, Jan 31, 2023, 11:00-12:00 CST. Zoom: http…
 
Double, double toil and trouble.... It's time for a second--and much closer--look at the grand estate of Chimneys and its many, many (no really: many) secrets! (Don't worry, that Macbeth quote will make more sense once you listen.) I had more fun than I've had in a long time creating this episode. I also missed my dear partner Catherine Brobeck so …
 
Joyeux Anniversaire Nous ! Que la deuxième saison commence ! Nous vous proposons pour commencer cette nouvelle année un épisode consacré au Mystérieux Mr Quinn ! Dans ce recueil de nouvelles, nous assistons à une classique soirée de Nouvel An. Alors que minuit approche, Mr Satterthwaite, fin observateur de la nature humaine, sent que le véritable é…
 
Writer, stylist, and sustainable fashion expert Aja Barber reads her first Agatha Christie in order to discuss Cards on the Table with host Rebecca Thandi Norman. As an avid reader, what does Aja think of Christie's work, and will she be reading another mystery? Listen to her first impressions, including whether she'd want to hang out with Poirot a…
 
What a world we live in where Catherine and I are not the only two fanatics who have taken it upon ourselves to rank every single one of Agatha Christie's 66 mystery novels. In this episode, I delight in comparing and contrasting the All About Agatha grid with two other worthy offerings.... I hope you enjoy the nerdfest; it was a blast to record. S…
 
Host of the podcast "Normal Gossip," founder of Defector Media, and author Kelsey McKinney is on the podcast to chat about the story "The Four Suspects" in the book of Marple short stories The Thirteen Problems. Kelsey and host Rebecca Thandi Norman discuss how gossip and mysteries are intertwined, and what makes a good gossip versus a good mystery…
 
Many of us had high expectations for 2022. After two years of the pandemic, 2022 had to be a better year. I heard a lot of people anxious to get back to “normal” and others vowed to make some changes and be thoughtful in their commitments. We were all relieved that the pandemic had subsided and that we had medications that at least made for lesser …
 
What a joyous and festive way to close out 2022, by chatting with Maureen Johnson, the talented writer of YA mysteries very much inspired by Agatha Christie. Happy New Year, one and all! Please visit and subscribe to the podcast's Patreon page. This episode is sponsored by Britbox. Remember that if you buy a gift subscription this holiday season, y…
 
Pour finir l'année en beauté, voici le premier épisode avec Miss Marple et dernier de notre première saison. Nous parlons aujourd'hui de L'Affaire Protheroe. Leonard Clement est le pasteur d’un petit village typiquement anglais du nom de St Mary Mead. La vie s’y écoule tranquillement, rythmée par les cancans partagés lors des thés hebdomadaires réu…
 
Author Jean Kwok discusses A Caribbean Mystery, the Miss Marple book she took inspiration from in her latest story, "The Jade Empress." This story is part of the new MARPLE book: 12 Miss Marple stories by 12 different authors. She chats about what it was like to take on such an icon, how Agatha Christie was part of her journey in learning English, …
 
My guest co-host John Curran certainly kept me on my toes (and I never expected to be forced to defend poor Nemesis as much as I was!), but I can truthfully say that having him on was the perfect event for this festive, end-of-year period. Happy holidays to all who celebrate, and please enjoy this very, very special episode. Please visit and subscr…
 
Creative Director and host of Netflix's Tiny Mic Interviews, Michael Brown knows good cinema. His sincere love of Kenneth Brannagh's "Death on the Nile" film brings him to Tea & Murder, where he and host Rebecca Thandi Norman discuss the differences between the film and the book (can you guess which they prefer?), what makes something camp, and whe…
 
I didn't think I'd care this much about saying farewell to Parker Pyne, heart specialist.... Fortunately, there is a LOT to discuss in this jam-packed (really, pilchard-packed) episode: hot mackerel, plasticine, and corncrakes, for starters. Eternal thanks to Dr. Michelle Kazmer for lending her voice and expertise on this episode. If it isn't the s…
 
Bienvenue pour ce onzième épisode consacré à "Le Crime Est Notre Affaire" et dans lequel nous retrouvons Tommy et Tuppence. Tommy et Tuppence Beresford sont mariés depuis 6 ans. Ils mènent la vie d’un couple aisé mais le train-train quotidien ne satisfait pas Tuppence qui rêve de revivre des aventures comme celles vécues dans Mr Brown. C’est alors …
 
British author of the bestselling mysteries The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle and Devil and the Dark Water, Stuart Turton knows a thing about crafting a twisted tale. But did you know he's a major Agatha Christie fan? We discuss his favorite Christie book, And Then There Were None, which he calls "one of only two perfect books ever written." St…
 
It's time to discuss the new collection of Miss Marple short stories that came out this fall in a detail some may find excruciating, but which my co-host Brad Friedman and I found to be juuuuuuust right. Come and get down-and-dirty in the weeds of these stories the way Aunt Jane herself would have done, gardener that she was. Because just like foxg…
 
I feel best when I am serving others. In recognizing and helping with the needs of other people, it forces me to focus on someone other than me. It prevents me from being self-centered and wanting everything to be perfect in my world. I am blessed with abundance in my life, but it is easy for me to take the bountiful harvest for granted. There are …
 
Welcome to Tea & Murder, a podcast about the work of Agatha Christie! In this episode, host Rebecca Thandi Norman sits down with producer Kate Krosschell to share what the podcast is all about, how it got started, and what you can expect this season. Part book club and part interview show, Tea & Murder is a playful take on why we love cozy murder m…
 
Can murder be cozy?! Agatha Christie thought so. Welcome to Tea & Murder: An Agatha Christie Podcast. Host Rebecca Thandi Norman is talking about the opposite of true crime with an array of fantastic guests in this podcast that's part book club, part interview show. Hear what's in store this season! Thank you to producer Kate Krosschell and sound e…
 
What a joy it was to spend some time again with Christie's most dynamic detective duo, Quin & Satterthwaite (sorry, Beresfords). This is the rare late-career Christie short story, and while the puzzle isn't one of her strongest, there's no denying the strange magic of the Satterthwerse.... Please visit and subscribe to the podcast's Patreon site. T…
 
Dans ce nouvel épisode d'Agatha Crimstie, nous parlons du roman Les Sept Cadrans. Sir Oswald Coote, métallurgiste millionnaire, et son épouse ont loué la demeure de Chimneys. Une fête est organisée réunissant trois jeunes femmes et quatre jeunes hommes auprès du couple. L’un deux, Gerald Wade, est connu pour se lever très tard le matin, au grand da…
 
Boo! It's a surprise episode popping up like The Crypt Keeper in the opening credits to Tales from the Crypt (anyone with me here?), featuring one of Agatha Christie's weird tales of the supernatural! If you think this story can't *also* include some of the most grounded elements of a classic Christie puzzle mystery, then consider this the trick to…
 
I seem to need to “return to center” frequently these days. The news across the world is tragic with wars and human oppression. The news seems relentless in its ability to promote anxiety. Regularly, I need to stop and to pray, but first I need to settle down into the right frame of mind to listen to what God is speaking to me. When I need to re-ce…
 
HarperCollins UK publisher David Brawn has been keeping Agatha Christie in print for over 25 years now. More recently, he’s helmed the Christie continuation projects, starting first with Charles Osborne’s novelizations, then Sophie Hannah’s Poirot books, and just last month, Marple: Twelve New Mysteries, a new collection of Miss Marple short storie…
 
Pour ce 9ème épisode d'Agatha Crimstie, nous embarquons à bord du Train Bleu où nous retrouverons Hercule Poirot ! Dans ce roman nous suivons un riche américain, M. VanAldin qui achète un trio de rubis supposés bijoux de la couronne de Russie, dont le mystérieux Cœur de Feu. Il offre ces pierres précieuses à sa fille, Ruth Kettering. On apprend alo…
 
This episode was a joy to create: live and in person, in front of an audience and a group of co-panelists all bubbling with the same passion for Christie I'm used to sharing with all of you over the airwaves (podwaves?) alone.... I wish I could say that the recording does the event justice, but it's better than nothing. (Just.) Please visit and sub…
 
Somehow, the day is upon us: the last Agatha Christie novel to review on this podcast.... There is no question this was the hardest episode I've ever done, but also the most rewarding. And not just for the George Eliot and Virginia Woolf references my co-host and I managed to squeeze into the nearly four-hour (!!) proceedings. Much love to you all.…
 
Santiago and Teresa What if a Sabbath isn’t just about rest? We first encounter Sabbath when God finished the work of creating the world and rested on the seventh day (Gen 2:2). In the next verse, God blesses the seventh day and declares it hallowed (or holy). I’ve heard preaching about the Sabbath for years and many times the admonition is to atte…
 
Bienvenue pour ce 8ème épisode de notre podcast consacré à l'oeuvre de la Reine du Crime, Agatha Christie. Le roman de ce mois est Les Quatre, dans lequel nous retrouvons Hercule Poirot et le Capitaine Hastings. Hastings revient d'une longue période en Argentine et se réjouit de retrouver son vieil ami. Ils auront pourtant peu de temps pour profite…
 
Lucy Worsley is an author, a historian, a TV presenter, and she is also one of us, because she is a listener of this podcast (!!) and she is *obsessed* with Agatha Christie. As our conversation will attest. Bonus points for the Jane Austen content we manage to shoehorn in here, plus, this is easily the best conversation I've had with anyone (barrin…
 
When I found myself adding an instrumental track of Sir Mix-a-Lot's "Baby Got Back" to an excerpt of this short story I'd been reading aloud, I realized I had passed a milestone of fandom and absurdity I never knew existed till I was on the other side of it. I am happy to be able to share this milestone with you, dear listeners. Enjoy. Visit and su…
 
A new book by Norman Wirzba has redefined “agrarian” for me. He says that it shouldn’t be reduced to a “farmer” but instead include all people who work to promote the health and vitality of creatures in their places, understanding that “a human life cannot flourish apart from good food, clean water, amiable company, good work, excellent tools, fert…
 
When Catherine and I started this crazy little venture, I never thought I'd say this, and certainly not with the excitement it inspires in me now, but at long last we've broken the three-hour barrier. That is how much my co-host Tony Medawar and I had to say about this final(/not-final) Miss Marple novel. Please enjoy, because we sure did. For bonu…
 
Dans ce septième épisode, nous nous attaquons à notre premier gros succès d'Agatha Christie. Il s'agit d'un roman de que nombreuses personnes nous ont présentées comme étant un de leurs préférés ! Nous parlerons du Meurtre de Roger Ackroyd. Le Dr Sheppard est un médecin de campagne anglais qui a décidé de nous raconter une aventure extraordinaire s…
 
A man who had been an invalid for thirty-eight years was healed by Jesus in Bethesda (John 5:1-15). In Luke 8:43-48, Jesus healed a woman who had been suffering from hemorrhages for twelve years in Capernaum. I’ve wondered about the healing miracles. How did Jesus choose who to heal? It appears that having faith (or having friends or loved ones wit…
 
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