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Best Criminologist podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Criminologist podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Wisdom of Father Brown explores many characters and fascinating themes such as the following. An eminent criminologist is persuaded by the mild yet persistent Father Brown to sort out a family matter. Also, a Tuscan poet fancies himself as the King of Thieves. A famous French philosopher and atheist holds the key to a new invention called “Noiseless Powder.” A corpse is discovered in a dark passage backstage at London's Adelphi Theater. Finally there is Psychometric testing of criminals ...
 
We are two fun and hilarious criminologist sisters who have lived a "life of crime". Our father is a 30 year police veteran who didn't shield us from the ugliness in the world. This led us to passion, education and distinct career choices in "all things CRIME. Join us as we drink a bit of wine and explore all of the "Ologies", Sociology, criminology and our absolute favorite, PSYCHOLOGY of crime, the criminal and those who devote their lives to solving crime and healing the damage that crime ...
 
As criminologists, we study women who have been victims of crime, and those who have committed crimes, and those who work in the criminal justice system. In this podcast we tell a new story each episode, and we use a criminologist’s lens to look at how women are treated in the criminal justice system, the causes of female crime and victimization, as well as cover cases in which women have been wrongfully convicted and exonerated. Dr Meghan Sacks and Dr Amy Shlosberg are both Associate Profes ...
 
This post-apocalyptic novella tells the story of the downfall of civilisation and mankind following a solar cataclysm in the late 20th century. To survive, the remnants of humanity had to build a new civilization underground in the complete absence of all species except mankind, choosing to base it only on love and beauty, the fine arts and intellectual pursuits. In view of the sun's current inactivity, this frighteningly prophetic tale might have been written today, saving that the cultural ...
 
Contact me at: triciastruecrimeradio@gmail.com ........ Based on the wildly popular true crime forum Websleuths.com (www.websleuths.com/forums) and Forums for Justice.org (www.forumsforjustice.org/forums) this radio show is unlike any other show you have heard before. Each week Tricia's True Crime Radio features several intriguing true crime cases. Host Tricia Griffith is a veteran radio disc jockey and owner of Websleuths.com and owner of Forums for Justice.org. She brings her unique brand ...
 
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Ongoing protests over white supremacy and police brutality, coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic, have strained the general public into a state of normlessness, an expert says. Georgia State University Criminology Professor Dean Dabney echoed statements from Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and critics of the governor’s decision to deploy National Guard tr…
 
Jared Ordis had a chance to chat with Canadian best selling author, criminologist, & host of the podcast "Murder Was the Case", Dr. Lee Mellor, about his upcoming book "Behind the Horror: True Stories that Inspired Horror Movies", releasing on July 28th 2020 from DK Canada. We discuss several of the horror movies from the book that were inspired by…
 
The founder and CEO of an Atlanta-based nonprofit says she knows what it feels like to be homeless. While on the receiving end of getting help, she launched Project U First Inc. in 2016 to help others experiencing homelessness in need of hygiene products. Erica Wright says through U First— with faith and a vision to serve others — to date, she and …
 
The “Year of the Woman” — that’s what 2018 was often called. A record-breaking number of female candidates ran for office and won — many of them women of color and LGBT candidates. This year, according to the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University, even more women are running for office, including a new surge of Republican fem…
 
About five months ago, Dr. Carlos del Rio, professor of medicine and global health at Emory University, joined “Closer Look” host Rose Scott to talk about the complexity of the then-new strain of the coronavirus. At the time, 12 COVID-19 cases had been confirmed in the United States, and the spread of the coronavirus had not yet been declared a pan…
 
Film composer Ennio Morricone died Monday in Rome at the age of 91. Morricone, a titan in the world of classical and film music, had a 66-year career in music composition, scoring over 500 films and television shows and creating over 100 classical compositions. He is perhaps best known for his music for “The Good, The Bad and the Ugly” — a score th…
 
One of a series of reports looking at Joe Biden’s potential running mates Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, one of several candidates said to be under consideration as Joe Biden’s presidential running mate, has seen her profile rise fast in recent weeks as the first-term mayor has spoken out against the state of Georgia’s Republican-led pandemic …
 
The city of Decatur will meet on Friday to consider an ordinance requiring the use of face coverings in public. The Decatur City Commission is holding a specially-called meeting, and the public is invited to attend and comment – virtually. Lawmakers will consider a proposed face-covering ordinance. It would require the use of masks or other face co…
 
On one side, there’s Athens. Atlanta. East Point. Savannah. And likely soon, Doraville. Leaders in each city have mandated face coverings in public to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. On the other is Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp. His executive order says face masks are encouraged, but not required. WABE’s host of “All Things Considered,” Jim Bur…
 
The chairman of the largest-populated county in Georgia says he supports Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ executive order that requires people within the city to wear a face mask or a cloth that covers their nose and mouth in public spaces. “I knew that it was a matter of time before she did so,” said Fulton County Board of Commissioners Chairma…
 
Following the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks, several South Atlanta community leaders have come together to create a list of demands for city officials. The list of 30 demands, released by NPU-V, calls on elected officials to “divest in policing” and for “reinvestment in communities.” Specifically, NPU-V community members want to make up at leas…
 
True Colors Theatre launched a new podcast back in April, hosted by Artistic Director Jamil Jude. The podcast, which has featured a number of prominent Atlanta artists, serves as a vehicle for timely discussions centered around inclusion, diversity and social change. Notable episodes of the podcast include Jude’s discussion with Maiesha McQueen abo…
 
We’ve heard of government takeovers and cooperate takeovers, but an artist’s takeover? Sounds much gentler. Stacey Savartsky, Collections and Exhibitions Manager at the Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia discussed their new “artist take-over series” on Instagram. These take-overs celebrate artists of Hispanic and LatinX origin. Since June 19, a new…
 
The city of East Point led the way in Fulton County by being the first to mandate wearing a mask in businesses to slow the surge in Georgia’s COVID-19 cases. That was before Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms signed an executive order also requiring people to wear face coverings in public buildings. But unlike the Atlanta order, if you’re caught wi…
 
As the song goes “life is a cabaret old chum,” but life during these uncertain times seems anything but a celebration. Two of Atlanta’s theater treasures and Broadway stars, Terry Burrell and Courtenay Collins, are alternating hosts for the Alliance Theatre’s virtual production of “We’re Still Here: A Virtual Cabaret.” It will stream live and free …
 
Two crises collided this spring in Michigan. The state was already under a coronavirus lockdown when a catastrophic storm hit and a pair of dams failed, flooding the city of Midland. The local hospital, MidMichigan Medical Center – Midland, hired a disaster recovery company to clean up the mess, including a water-logged basement and morgue. More th…
 
A Black man’s report of an assault by white men in an Indiana state park has triggered an FBI investigation. Vauhxx Booker, an activist and member of the Monroe County Human Rights Commission, says the men beat him and threatened him with a noose. The incident was partly recorded on video by witnesses – whom Booker credits with saving him. “The rea…
 
From airlines to paper mills, the job news is grim, and there are growing signs it won’t be getting better anytime soon. United Airlines is warning that it may have to furlough as many as 36,000 employees this fall. Demand for air travel has collapsed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The president of the flight attendants union called the w…
 
About an hour and 20 minutes southwest of Atlanta is LaGrange, Georgia. It is the county seat of Troup County and home to about 30,000 Georgians. And it’s made the New York Times recently for an outbreak of coronavirus. The Times ranked it No. 2 in the nation for new deaths relative to its population and No. 4 in the nation for new cases relative t…
 
A children’s book author and illustrator — who has created a book series that tackles race-related issues, divorce, exploring sexuality and grief — says parents should have honest, straight-forward conversations with their children about racism. It is easy, yes, when you just go ahead and tell the truth, but you have to know the truth first, said A…
 
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has gained national attention for her response to the coronavirus pandemic, often publicly challenging Gov. Brian Kemp’s coronavirus response. She told WABE she plans to join the cities flouting his executive order by signing her own mandatory mask ordinance Wednesday. Bottoms has also been thrust into the spotlig…
 
Longtime radio host Jenn White has been announced as the new host of NPR’s “1A.” Before this, she was the host of WBEZ’s talk show “Reset.” “1A” began in January 2017 following the end of “The Diane Rehm Show.” “1A” is known for the wide-ranging topics it covers — from pop culture to political news. White joined “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes to d…
 
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms told WABE on Wednesday morning that she plans to sign an executive order later in the day mandating the use of face masks in public spaces. “We’ve given a lot of thought on it, and we will be going forward with a mask ordinance in our city today,” Bottoms said. Atlanta joins other Georgia cities — including East P…
 
At the height of the protests following the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmad Arbury and Rayshard Brooks, streaming giants like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime showcased their selections of films featuring Black actors, directors and writers. Emory University Professors Nsenga Burton, co-director of the Film and Media Management concent…
 
Presidents seeking a second term generally campaign on a unifying message, highlighting the work they’ve done and what they hope to accomplish for the American people in the years ahead. President Trump is choosing instead to reprise the most divisive and racialized themes of his 2016 campaign. But he’s doing it at a very different time for the nat…
 
A growing number of governors and mayors are working to slow the spread of the coronavirus by requiring people to wear masks in public places. Experts say these public health rules will reduce the risk of people getting sick. But some local police and sheriffs are refusing to enforce the rules. “COVID-19 is not going away. In fact, it’s getting wor…
 
Ten thousand households across the nation, including homes here in Georgia, will soon see a box show up on the doorstep. It’s an at-home COVID 19 test kit. And those behind the box hope you’ll take the test, whether or not you feel sick. That includes Aaron Siegler. He’s an associate professor at Emory’s Rollins School of Public Health. The idea is…
 
Jared Ordis had the chance to chat with the voices behind Pi_Rational Podcasts Season 3's "The Mask": film maker, Christopher Garetano [Host of Strange World on Travel Channel & The Dark Files on History Channel] & voice actress, Eileen Stevens [Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Ahh! My Goddess, & Astonishing X-Men] about the dystopian AI network controlled worl…
 
Merriam-Webster raised the hackles of stodgy grammarians last week when it affirmed the lexical veracity of “irregardless.” The word’s definition, when reading it, would seem to be: without without regard. “Irregardless is included in our dictionary because it has been in widespread and near-constant use since 1795,” the dictionary’s staff wrote in…
 
A South Georgia man is suing the city of Valdosta Police Department, mayor and others after he says local police officers wrongfully arrested him, injuring him in the process. Body camera footage of the incident obtained by the Valdosta Daily Times shows Antonio Arnelo Smith handing his driver’s license to a Black police officer, who approached him…
 
Alan Zweibel is a TV writer, an author, an award-winning playwright and a screenwriter. He made a name for himself as one of the original writers of “Saturday Night Live.” During his five years at “SNL,” Zweibel wrote many memorable sketches, including Roseanne Roseannadanna and the Samurai for John Belushi. While at “SNL,” Zweibel developed a clos…
 
In the face of the worsening COVID-19 pandemic and a nearing fall school term, a team at the Georgia Institute of Technology has conducted a study on social distancing in the classroom. Dima Nazzal, a faculty member of the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, designed the study to help Georgia Tech and other institutions …
 
Arizona is one of just five states that has seen new coronavirus cases climb by the thousands each day in the past couple of weeks. The state’s governor, Republican Doug Ducey, in May lifted a stay-at-home order he put in place in March so the economy could begin reopening. But a week ago, Ducey ordered bars, gyms, movie theaters and water parks to…
 
The decades old science fiction and gaming convention known as Dragon Con will have a new look and feel this year. The sci-fi costumes remain, but you won’t have to trek to downtown Atlanta to participate. For the first time in its 34-year history, Dragon Con is canceling its convention this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic. Organizers say in …
 
Grady Stiles Jr. was an american freak show performer, who was born with a genetic deformity, giving him claw-like hands & feet. Due to Grady's condition, he would perform under the stage name "Lobster Boy" in sideshows. In this episode, we discuss the alcohol & anger fueled life of the Lobster Boy, from his early childhood, up to one of the most p…
 
Occultae Veritatis Podcast Case #119A: Death of Elisa Lam At the start of 2013, Canadian Student Elisa Lam went on a solo trip around California. Everything went smoothly until her arrival at The Cecil Hotel, and subsequent disappearance Subscribe to the show here: https://ovpod.ca/ Support the Show: http://www.patreon.com/ovpod Pallet Cleanser: Le…
 
Part 2. Drug trafficking. Unexplained 'deaths'. Corruption. Centipedes. When French-Canadian junkie Alain Olivier met charter fisherman Glen Barry his life suddenly spiralled into an unfathomable hell. And Heroin addiction had nothing to do with it. Get ready for the biggest police scandal in Canadian history you've never heard of... --- This episo…
 
Part 1. Drug trafficking. Unexplained 'deaths'. Corruption. Centipedes. When French-Canadian junkie Alain Olivier met charter fisherman Glen Barry his life suddenly spiralled into an unfathomable hell. And Heroin addiction had nothing to do with it. Get ready for the biggest police scandal in Canadian history you've never heard of... --- This episo…
 
The hosts of Even the Podcast is Afraid, detail & read a seven page letter that Jared Ordis received from the Tiger King himself, Joe Exotic, the main subject in the popular Netflix documentary, Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, & Madness. During the four part series covering Joe Exotic, Jared wrote him a letter with the intent of interviewing Joe by mai…
 
Hosts of "Even the Podcast is Afraid" read some of the creepiest stories & Creepy Pastas from the darkest parts of the internet, once each month, while bringing their own comedic, narrative edits, & opinions as they critique & rate the stories they read, sometimes for the first time. [STORIES FEATURED on this EPISODE] "Ben Drowned" by jadeusable [h…
 
Occultae Veritatis Podcast Case #118: Tarrare Hosted by Official Cult Member Magnus Lee The 1700s French Showman that was said to be able to eat whatever you dared him to Subscribe to the show here: https://ovpod.ca/ Support the Show: http://www.patreon.com/ovpod Pallet Cleanser: Speeding Towards an Imminent Demise - Soundbyte Topics Mentioned: Tar…
 
Ep 20: On the evening of April 9, 1989, JoAnn Parks put her three children to sleep and went to bed. She woke up around midnight to the sound of her children screaming and to a home engulfed in flames. Although the fire was initially ruled accidental, Joann was later convicted of arson and murder remains in prison 27 years later, even though there …
 
Do you know the true story behind the Amityville Horror movies? In part two & final episode of this series, we head back to 112 Ocean Avenue with the story of George & Kathy Lutz. One year after the Amityville Murders of the Defeo Family, George & Kathy Lutz would purchase the High Hopes home. Within 28 days the Lutz family would flee the residence…
 
Occultae Veritatis Podcast Case #117: Balloonfest 86’ In 1986 the United Way of Cleveland planned to release a World Record Breaking 1.5 million balloons for charity, what could possibly go wrong? Subscribe to the show here: https://ovpod.ca/ Support the Show: http://www.patreon.com/ovpod Pallet Cleanser: 99 Red Balloons - played with red balloons …
 
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