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15-09-2020, 16:35   #106
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Ah it's hard to beat casefile when it comes to the golden state killer. Thought the sky documentary was quite good also. Pity he never spilled the beans, would love to have heard his reasons and mental state.
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15-09-2020, 17:07   #107
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Probably mentioned already ..

Anybody listening to ‘the night driver?’
Same guy that did ‘the teachers pet’

Very same format and a little drawn out / but not bad.
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Simultaneously listening to The Night Driver and Morally Indefensible. Enjoying both. That guy who's done The Teacher's Pet and The Night Driver really does drag things out though. Episodes are an average of an hour, whereas half an hour or 40 minutes is sufficient. But, I'm inclined to overlook that because the work he puts in, and the attention to detail... it's a real labour of love.
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Mens Rae.... All about Irish murder cases. 9/10...highly recommend
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Mens Rae.... All about Irish murder cases. 9/10...highly recommend
Has improved massively from the early ones. Sometimes small details irk me more than they should but generally well researched and delivery is good.
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30-11-2020, 23:04   #111
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Tom Brown's Body is excellent.

https://www.texasmonthly.com/interac...m-browns-body/
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08-12-2020, 16:37   #112
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You could try "the nobody zone" from RTE but there's only 2 episodes out, episodes released every Tuesday.
2 additional episodes released.
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Only new to this thread & haven't time r/n to go back through the 8 Pages so far (but will make it my business to so so so's to catch up; I listen mainly to BBC Radio 5 Live & Rte Doc on One etc. so love Podcassts but the Kieran Kelly one I have to get back to).

Mens Rea one I listened to at the start for a few episodes; by Page 8 of this alone it seems worth getting back into?

Sunday World Podcast; heard 1st 2 so far & 3 & 4're worth my attn. Probbaly get to them on Christmas Day as I live alone & RTE Player is s***e if any decent demand placed on it; their Radio Docs're deadly though; such a treasure throve no matter what genre.

George Gibney Tapes & Stacey Dooley Investigates're where I'm at right now though; finding them riveting.
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29-12-2020, 21:48   #114
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Thanks for that, I've seen a few docs about it, very strange.
That Chapter covered this one, all his eps are worth watching.
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Simultaneously listening to The Night Driver and Morally Indefensible. Enjoying both. That guy who's done The Teacher's Pet and The Night Driver really does drag things out though. Episodes are an average of an hour, whereas half an hour or 40 minutes is sufficient. But, I'm inclined to overlook that because the work he puts in, and the attention to detail... it's a real labour of love.

I think it turns out in that format with Hedley Thomas because a lot of the podcast is made while he's actually investigating the case. There's new stuff coming to light all the time which is why he sometimes ends up treading over stuff he's already covered a few times.

He seems an excellent journalist all the same, Really puts the work in, as you said.
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Anyone watch the Ripper on Netflix yet?
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