Peter finds out how lockdown might affect Parle and takes audience questions on the progress of his investigation:
From how the fugitive might be supporting himself to whether "supergrasses" are coming forward to help.
The final episode of this series of Beyond Reasonable Doubt tries to tie up some of the loose ends of the case, Chris explains how we've tried to speak to some of the other people involved in the case and find out how the tragic events of 2001 affected them long after.
This episode was recorded in front of an audience at the London Podcast Festival and is presented here as performed in front of - and with the help of - a room full of BRD obsessives .....
In the penultimate episode of the series, Chris talks to Michael Peterson himself. In a tense and unedited interview, Mr Peterson tells Chris what he thinks is wrong with the series, re-affirms his innocence and answers some of your listener questions.
He also explains why - as heard in the last episode - why he bought three blowpokes while his original trial was still going on.
Chris goes behind the scenes of the original Peterson trial and is given rare interviews with Judge Orlando Hudson, the then D.A Jim Hardin - now also a judge - and juror Kelli Colgan.
They talk about the stresses and strains of the long and high profile case and reveal details not heard before including the fact that Michael Peterson bought 3 blowpokes while his trial was still going on.
Kelli Colgan tells Chris how every juror- bar none- finished the case in tears. There's also a preview of the next episode - which features an interview with Michael Peterson himself.