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Infamous International: The Pink Panthers Story

Exactly Right Media – the original true crime comedy network

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The Pink Panthers are the world's most notorious jewel thieves, a shadowy Serbian crime syndicate who specialize in elaborate smash-and-grab heists that take only minutes, but net millions. They strike ultra-exclusive jewelry stores in places like Dubai, London and Monaco, using brute force and cinematic flair that make headlines and "most wanted" lists. Infamous International: The Pink Panthers Story is a podcast from Exactly Right, produced by Best Case Studios, in association with Coda Story.
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Hosts Nic and the Captain invite you to grab a chair, grab a beer and join them as they talk some true crime. This is no ordinary garage: it’s a rabbit hole of true crime, with a generous supply of alcohol and banter to lighten the load. From international atrocities to heinous stories on (US) home turf, dive head-first into a different case each week, and enjoy a cold one whilst your there. If you consider yourself an armchair detective, you’re in the right place, and you’re amongst friends ...
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'Private Talk With Alexis Texas' is an alternative lifestyle interview talk show and podcast series hosted by the infamous former Adult movie star, Alexis Texas. This podcast is covering topics ranging from life, health, career - to relationships, money and of course sex. It is considered the “safest place to be yourself”. Guests include international celebrities, athletes, media personalities, entertainers and influencers from diverse industries, and their intimate conversations will stream ...
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Kelly Cutrara

AM640 / Curiouscast

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Kelly Cutrara brings 20 years of national and international broadcasting experience to her show – not to mention a razor-sharp wit. Join us as Kelly guides you through amazing stories and interviews with fascinating people daily.
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Seeking to separate fact from fiction, the multi award-winning series returns to investigate the divisive story of Shamima Begum. When three London school girls went missing in 2015, they generated global headlines and the media storm that ensued continues to this day. Back then, investigative journalist Josh Baker was filming at a mosque in the girls' neighbourhood as their families came to seek help; their daughters were on the way to Syria to join the Islamic State group. But it was too l ...
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An independent "free-for-all" press in Northeast Kansas. Infamous among conservatives in the flyover zone for hoisting their credo on a spike. Famous among progressives for foisting their foibles into the sunlight. Radio Free Kansas has become a radical voice from the barnyard for political mud wrestling. We love lobbing literary hand grenades over the heads of stonewalling careerists in the political arena. We, also print from our farm in Jefferson County, Kansa. Enjoy. Feel free.
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Welcome to Grappling With Canada! Each month Andy "The Taxman" is joined by various guests to take a deep dive into the past of some of Canada's most influential, infamous and impressive Wrestling exports! Not a Canadian? Don't worry, no passport needed! The international connections of wrestling with and to Canada will surprise you!
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GOING MENTAL was born out of host Eileen Kelly’s desire to reckon with the shame she felt around her mental health journey. Despite early career success, internal struggles and a crippling personality disorder drove Eileen to leave her exciting New York City life behind and seek treatment at McLean — one of the oldest mental hospitals in the country. After five months and some serious self-discovery, she returned to the outside world looking for a way to disseminate what she'd learned in tre ...
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U in the Ring goes deep into issues at UVic, and investigates stories like the infamous bunny cull of 2012, the evolution of territorial acknowledgements on campus, and a crime that affected over 11,000 people at UVic.
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Join intrepid reporter Angus Beef, and his junior assistant semi-producer intern Beany Tuthail, as they show you a side of Dublin you’ve never seen before. ‘Been There, Seen There’ is a new six part series of guided tours of historic Dublin locations. The show takes you on a whirlwind tour of parks, monuments and museums, with a twist. Each episode is completely fictional. Listeners will be intrigued by false facts about Casino Marino (the infamous 18th century pleasure dome), thrilled to le ...
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Marketing Mouths is a podcast series for healthcare marketers by healthcare marketers. Conversations with hospital marketing directors, digital marketing experts, social media pros, IT specialists, PR people, Physician Relations pros, and other interesting people that operate, or help those that operate, marketing and related departments at hospitals all over the U.S. You'll learn and share and have a little fun at the same time. Don't miss the soon to be infamous "Marketing Mouths Wheel of ...
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The Truth is spoken here on the Sgt Dorsey Speaks podcast each week hosted by Sgt Cheryl Dorsey. Support the show via Cash App - https://cash.app/$sgtdorseyspeaks Sgt Dorsey’s Autobiography available ~ http://bit.ly/2AGhYmQ For over two decades, Retired Los Angeles Police Department(LAPD) Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey worked exclusively in patrol and specialized units in all four Bureaus within the City of Los Angeles; South, Central, West and Valley. In addition to various patrol division assignme ...
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Central Coasting : Weekly on a Friday morning 0700-0900 AEST www.orbital-radio.com Warming sounds broadcast from the Central Coast NSW. Loosely inspired by the beautiful place I live. Music for the beach, a boat, somewhere outdoors or just to lift your vibration. The music speaks for itself. A genre-defying mix of global rhythms aimed to soothe, move and intrigue. Ambient tones. Laidback Balearic influenced obscurities and rarities. Many shades of Hip-Hop. Classic and modern disco edits. Dub ...
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Jumping Jack - The Austraian DJ Jumping Jack has been a regular within the Australian dance scene for almost 25 years now. From playing raves as one half of the infamous ‘Flow Motion’ to super slick city clubs, the boy who played his first set at the now defunct Daily Planet Night Club in Sydney back in `91 has firmly cemented himself as a permanent feature of the club circuit. Paul was first drawn into the dance world after going along to one of the huge indoor dance parties that used to be ...
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The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) enjoys vast deposits of precious minerals and metals. Diamonds are found in the south and center of the country and the land holds 80% of the world’s Coltan, needed in all our mobile phones. It should be one of the richest countries on Earth, but it is not. This Podcast explores why, from the very beginning. A new podcast will be released each Monday every two weeks, the website is https://www.thehistoryofthecongo.com Starting in prehistoric times, ...
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Exactly Right presents The Butterfly King, a historical true crime limited series produced in partnership with Blanchard House. Join multi-award-winning journalist Becky Milligan as she unravels eighty years of lies, deceit and cover-ups to answer one question: Who killed the Butterfly King? You’re about to hear “The Mender of Broken Dishes,” episo…
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As the death toll in Gaza reaches 35,000, there has been a dangerous spike in tensions across the Middle East. In a serious escalation of the crisis in the region, Iran made its first ever direct attack on Israeli soil on Saturday, sending hundreds of drones and missiles across the desert, the majority of which were intercepted by the Iron Dome sys…
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She was a queen of Hollywood’s vintage ‘Golden Age’ who became a bona-fide princess. But how did Grace Kelly, the granddaughter of an Irish famine-era migrant, rise to become true international royalty? And why did she abandon her glittering movie career? Host: Fionnán Sheahan Guest: Sarah Caden See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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In November 2019, Prince Andrew sat down with BBC Newsnight for a bombshell interview that forever ruined his reputation. It is now the subject of a new Netflix movie. While presenter Emily Maitlis took centre stage, the woman behind the scenes who made it all happen was producer Sam McAlister. She tells The Indo Daily how it all unfolded. See omny…
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To many, OJ Simpson had it all. Wealth, success and fame. In the 1980s and early 1990s he had the world at his feet. But as the public learned of the former NFL player’s death on Thursday evening, only one thing came to mind. The 1994 murder of Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. The subsequent murder “trial of the century” b…
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With 50 convictions to his name at the time of his death, Cyril 'Dublin Jimmy' McGuinness was the puppet master of one of the most sadistic and shocking crimes in Ireland’s recent history: The 2019 kidnapping and torture of businessman Kevin Lunney. McGuinness’ links to the underworld stretched far and wide, and he developed a reputation as a shrew…
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It's been 23 years since Trevor Deely was last seen on route home from a Christmas party in Dublin. In the years since, few new leads have been uncovered despite dedicated efforts from Gardaí and the Deely family. Our "Unsolved" series looks back at the case and explores a fresh appeal from those closest to him. Host: Kevin Doyle | Guests: Mark Dee…
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Florida Vampire /// Part 2 /// 750 Part 2 of 2 www.TrueCrimeGarage.com In November of 1985 in Malabar, Florida authorities responded to a strange and disturbing call. A young woman who had been abducted the day before somehow managed to escape from her captor’s home. A motorist found the young woman on the side of the road. He took her to his home …
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The Land Development Agency is turning vacant state land at Dundrum's Central Mental Hospital into a new housing development for over 850 houses, duplexes and apartments. Despite planning permission being granted, there is no construction taking place because “one single individual” is holding up the development, who happens to be a property develo…
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Florida Vampire /// Part 1 /// 749 Part 1 of 2 www.TrueCrimeGarage.com In November of 1985 in Malabar, Florida authorities responded to a strange and disturbing call. A young woman who had been abducted the day before somehow managed to escape from her captor’s home. A motorist found the young woman on the side of the road. He took her to his home …
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It’s official, Simon Harris has become the Taoiseach after a Dáil vote this afternoon. It was a busy day for the Fine Gael leader between speeches, a vote, a meeting with President Michael D Higgins and the creation of a new cabinet. On this extra episode of the Indo Daily, host Kevin Doyle is joined by political editor Philip Ryan to go through Ha…
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It’s 40 years since ‘Baby John’ was found naked, shoved between rocks, with his tiny neck broken, on White Strand beach in Cahersiveen, Co Kerry. There were 28 separate knife wounds on his body, most of them shallow, hesitation wounds, in which the knife was pulled back at the last second. A local couple, who were arrested on suspicion of murder bu…
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Nineteen years ago today, Emer O’Loughlin, a 23-year-old artist, died in a mobile home fire near Gort, Co Galway. Days after her death, John Griffin, the only suspect in the mysterious case, dissappeared, with gardaí believing he faked his own suicide. In 2010, Ms O'Loughlin's remains were exhumed during a cold case review — and tests confirmed she…
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Are you overpaying for mobile, broadband or TV? Is it a bother to switch? And will your service suffer in quality if you change provider? Irish and Sunday Independent Technology Editor Adrian Weckler discusses how you can save on mobile, broadband and TV amid price hikes this month. Today’s episode of the Indo Daily comes from our sister podcast Th…
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The career and legacy of Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is in freefall, as the hip-hop megastar fights allegations of sex trafficking, sexual abuse and rape. Could this be the ultimate downfall for the rapper who wowed the Wall Street elite and befriended figures of fame and power across the globe during his career? Host: Tabitha Monahan, Guest: Terry Sheridan…
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This week, we're sharing a classic episode with Dr. Igor Galynker. Whether this is your first listen or you're revisiting the episode, this conversation was so important to destigmatizing many assumptions around suicidal ideation and feels more topical than ever. Dr. Igor Galynker, MD, PhD, is the Director of the Suicide Research and Prevention Lab…
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What started out as a mundane piece of legislation aiming to tackle hate speech in Scotland has become a lightning rod for debate. A Scottish law that came into force on Monday has received significant pushback from many, including Harry Potter author JK Rowling and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. Here, after a bruising defeat in last month's r…
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Murder at N.A.S. Norfolk /// Part 2 /// 748 Part 2 of 2 www.TrueCrimeGarage.com Carolyn Ann Molnar, a 21 year old Navy clerk, disappeared February 6, 1983. Her body was found about 3 months later at the Naval Air Station in Norfolk, Virginia. A year prior Pamela Anne Kimbrue, a 23 year old Navy messenger, disappeared from the Navy base. She was lat…
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It revolutionised how we travel the globe and brought air travel to the masses. However, Boeing - the world's largest aerospace company - is now trying to navigate a crisis. A number of high-profile accidents have led to major concerns about Boeing aircraft, and whether they are safe to fly on. Host: Tabitha Monihan Guest: Alex Macheras Head to www…
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Murder at N.A.S. Norfolk /// Part 1 /// 747 Part 1 of 2 www.TrueCrimeGarage.com Carolyn Ann Molnar, a 21 year old Navy clerk, disappeared February 6, 1983. Her body was found about 3 months later at the Naval Air Station in Norfolk, Virginia. A year prior Pamela Anne Kimbrue, a 23 year old Navy messenger, disappeared from the Navy base. She was lat…
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Nicknamed ‘Le Grêlé’, one of France’s most elusive serial killers appeared on a popular television game show during the 35-year police hunt for him. How did François Vérove, also known as “The Pockmarked Killer”, hide his murders from his fellow police officers for so long? Host: Kevin Doyle, Guest: Catherine Field Head to www.mypodcastfeedback.com…
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This is the story of three long-lost siblings, all abandoned in mysterious circumstances in different Irish towns who unbelievably found their way back to each other many years later. But there could be a fourth ‘foundling’ and they need your help to find them. ­ Host: Kevin Doyle Guests: Catherine Fegan, Helen Ward & David McBride ­ Head to www.my…
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Martin ‘Marlo’ Hyland's short-lived reign of terror showed just how unstable life can be at the top of the Irish underworld. Once again, the betrayal of a former friend created a new opportunity for those seeking power. ­ Eamon ‘The Don’ Dunne was a different calibre of gang boss to Marlo Hyland and PJ Judge. He was possibly more vicious and derang…
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Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has resigned as DUP leader after being charged with historical sex offences. The Belfast Telegraph’s Northern Ireland editor Sam McBride explains the implications of this political earthquake to Ciarán Dunbar. Head to www.mypodcastfeedback.com, pop in code INDO and fill out the short survey to be in with the chance of winning …
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With PJ Judge taken out, Martin ‘Marlo’ Hyland quickly established himself as the new face of gangland in Ireland. He planned on doing things differently, with a more considered approach to drug trafficking. ­ He drew in other criminals to work as a team. This was a tactic straight out of the Sicilian Mafia's playbook. The cash was rolling in, but …
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Holly Madison is an American television personality and a former girlfriend of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner. She starred on the hit E! reality show The Girls Next Door for five seasons, which showcased life at the Playboy mansion as one of Hef’s three girlfriends. She is also a New York Times Best-Selling author and hosts the podcast Girls Next Leve…
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Gangland, like the world of business or politics, is often based on a succession of personnel. This mini-series looks at three of Ireland’s original godfathers of crime, and how their interwoven stories of money, drugs and murder shaped organised crime in the State for years to come. Episode one looks at the terrifying actions of “The Psycho” PJ Ju…
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