Join the hosts of The Labours of Hercule, the ultimate podcast for fans of the iconic TV show Agatha Christie’s Poirot, for a conversation and Q&A about how they got into podcasting, the magic of murder mysteries, the perfection of Poirot and a whole lot more.
Adam Roche is a writer, producer and BBC presenter. Following his personal passion for the films, television and literature from the 1930s-1940s, he is creator of a number of highly-successful podcasts, including The Labours of Hercule, Attaboy Clarence and The Secret History of Hollywood, the library of which is optioned for film and television, with two film projects currently in production.
Frankie Pellatt is a podcaster and content producer. Her enduring love of crime fiction and murder mysteries lead to her creating the Read and Buried podcast, where she has interviewed the likes of Karin Slaughter, Louise Candlish, T.M. Logan and Ruth Ware, and joining The Labours of Hercule.
Since launching in 2022, The Labours of Hercule podcast has quickly grown a large international following. As well as working through every episode of the popular television show, Agatha Christie’s Poirot, it has also featured interviews with special guests including David Suchet, Hugh Fraser, Pauline Moran and Philip Jackson.