Comedians Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Rachel Fairburn Open Up About 10-Year Run of All Killa No Filla Podcast

MANCHESTER, England – Comedians Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Rachel Fairburn share a fascination with all things strange and macabre. Both grew up near Manchester with a deep interest in true crime and murder stories. For Fairburn, the Moors murders committed by Ian Brady and Myra Hindley hit particularly close to home. Meanwhile, Pritchard-McLean, living on the island of Anglesey, was drawn to spooky tales, making their eventual collaboration on the podcast “All Killa No Filla” a natural fit.

Their decade-long partnership on the podcast has covered notorious figures such as Jack the Ripper and Charles Manson, all while maintaining a focus on true crime without glorifying the criminals. Their witty banter on the podcast has attracted a loyal following, leading to a successful live UK tour to celebrate 10 years of “All Killa No Filla.”

Though the duo’s interest in serial killers may seem morbid, they approach the topic with sensitivity and a sense of responsibility. For them, the podcast is an opportunity to discuss the dark side of humanity while keeping in mind the victims and their families.

Their upcoming live UK tour is a testament to the success and impact of their podcast, which has become a platform for candid discussions about their personal lives, including the challenges they’ve faced in an industry rife with sexism and misogyny. It’s clear that their podcast has not only entertained, but also contributed to meaningful conversations about crime, society, and the human experience.

In an industry often dominated by men, Pritchard-McLean and Fairburn have carved out their own space, utilizing their platform to uplift other women in comedy. While their fascination with serial killers may be unconventional, their genuine approach and meaningful conversations have undoubtedly left a lasting impact on their listeners.