Here are some press mentions for the podcast. It also won a bronze award at the 2019 British Podcast Awards.

“Each episode is around 20 minutes long and packed with interesting ideas and research. . .each show a small but perfectly formed little gem. Lovely stuff.”
Miranda Sawyer, The Observer

“It is already essential listening for any dedicated mystery reader.”
Declan Hughes, Irish Times

“Each episode sees Crampton explore the social, literary, and political happenings which informed their writing. Fascinating stuff.”
Anglophenia, BBC America

“It’ll feel ripped from a 1920s mystery novel — in a good way.”
Hillary Nelson, Vulture

“For me, Shedunnit is the perfect mix of crime drama without the gory details. Caroline Crampton deep dives into the fascinating history of the golden age of crime (aka my favourite detective Poirot and his cronies) with a fresh, feminist and queer-friendly perspective.”
Jess Commons, Refinery29

“Each episode is like its own graduate seminar, combining literary theory and history and social infrastructure and pure enjoyment for a thriller into neat little packages.”
Dana Gerber-Margie, Bello Collective’s 100 Outstanding Podcasts of 2018

“Caroline Crampton’s Shedunnit is a fun and brilliant look into classic detective stories.”
Wil Williams, Wil Williams Reviews

The podcast has also been featured on the BBC’s Podcast Radio Hour, on RTÉ’s Arena  programme in Ireland, in The AV Club’s Podmass roundup and on The Podcast Hour  on Radio NZ in New Zealand.