Is pollen the bee's knees of forensic science?

From quack dentists misinterpreting bite marks, to a few grains of glitter solving a crime, forensic science keeps the public enthralled. But what about one of the most accurate forensic disciplines that simply does not have enough resources? In this podcast, we look at the extraordinary world of forensic palynology in which tiny grains of pollen help solve some of the most mysterious crimes - including the local case of a murder victim who was moved to Knysna after she was killed.