Wrong Term Memory
A podcast from Scotland covering individual topics each week
Hosts, Jack and Colin, are based in Glasgow and have been podcasting together since 2017. Each week they pick a topic and put their unique spin on it – while hopefully teaching you something you may not have known when you started listening. We speak about The 1990s, True Crime, History, Music, Sport and a range of other topics as well. You can find our show notes and other writings here too.
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Recent Wrong Term Memory show notes and writings
Find Wrong Term Memory’s latest show notes and blogs from more talented writers than Jack and Colin. There’s a nice mix of true crime (mostly premier league serial killers), history, sport and some music too. If you like what you read, make sure and give the authors a follow and read some of their other stuff.
Dennis Nilsen – The Muswell Hill Murderer from Scotland Dennis Andrew Nilsen (23 November 1945 – 12 May 2018) was a Scottish serial killer and necrophile who murdered at least twelve young men and boys between 1978 and 1983 in…
Money is valuable as a unit of account—a socially accepted standard by which things are priced and with which payment is accepted. However, throughout history, both the usage and form of money have evolved. Though the terms “money” and “currency”…