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Organizer and activist DeRay Mckesson explores news, culture, social justice, and politics with analysis from Kaya Henderson, De’Ara Balenger, and Myles Johnson. Then he sits down for deep conversations with experts, influencers, and diverse local and national leaders. New episodes every Tuesday.
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Proof: A True Crime Podcast is a serialized investigation into cases of potential wrongful conviction. Hosted by Susan Simpson of the Undisclosed Podcast and Jacinda Davis of TV’s Evil Lives Here, Proof unravels the tangled and competing demands of the legal system, police practices, truth, guilt and innocence. Season 2: The second season of Proof: Murder at the Warehouse takes Susan Simpson and Jacinda Davis to Manteca, CA where they reinvestigate the murder of 18-year-old Renee Ramos. On J ...
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An investigation of the largest miscarriage of justice in UK legal history. It's the story of how the Post Office systematically persecuted honest people, and how a small band of victims fought back in the face of impossible odds.
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What if you or someone you loved were arrested, convicted and incarcerated for a crime --a crime for which you or that person was innocent? What if the lawyer you hired was incompetent and you were out of funds and out of options? What if years and decades had gone by and you or your loved one were still behind bars? Where would you find help? Wrongful conviction in the United States occurs more often than you might think. In 2022, the National Registry of Exonerations recorded 417 people wh ...
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The Transform Justice podcast throws light on the hidden corners of the criminal justice system. Each episode, we focus on one aspect of the justice system and ask if it’s fair and what can be done to make it better. Transform Justice is a national charity working for a fair, humane, open and effective justice system. Website: www.transformjustice.org.uk Twitter: @TransformJust1 Email: policy@transformjustice.org.uk The Transform Justice podcast is hosted by Penelope Gibbs and Rob Allen and ...
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In never-before-heard interviews, this gripping new series takes you inside one of New Zealand’s most controversial legal cases, when a kind of madness gripped Christchurch, resulting in a miscarriage of justice that would take 30 years to put right. Peter Ellis, the Creche Case & Me is an 8-part Newsroom Investigates podcast presented by Melanie Reid - or watch the series at Newsroom.co.nz Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Investigating the Post Office Scandal

Investigating the Post Office Scandal

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Journalists Rebecca Thomson and Nick Wallis cover the ongoing Post Office Horizon IT scandal which led to the most widespread miscarriage of justice in UK legal history. Hundreds of people were wrongly criminalised, thousands lost money and when the Post Office and government realised what they had been doing, they covered it up. To date, no one has been held accountable. Made with thanks to Whistledown for their production support.
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The Gritty Nurse Podcast

Amie Archibald-Varley & Sara Fung

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You can't have integrity without grit, right? Our podcast examines hot topics related to health and healthcare. We shy away from nothing, discussing topics such as mental health, social justice, women's health and women's rights. We are story-tellers and love hearing how healthcare has impacted individuals' lives. We want to discuss the good, bad and ugly . We also provide a platform for empowerment and shared experiences, where we represent voices that have been silenced, underrepresented a ...
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Plain English is the podcast for learners everywhere who want to improve their English in a fun and modern way. Every Monday and Thursday, we explore the events and trends that shape the world in clear, understandable English. We also take a close look at one English expression or phrasal verb in each episode. Best of all, we go at a slower speed so you can understand every word. By listening to current events and trending topics, you will expand your vocabulary, improve your English listeni ...
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Innocent until proven guilty or no smoke without fire? Which one accurately describes your perception of the UK Criminal Justice system? What does; “beyond reasonable doubt” mean? Can you ever be sure? In this series, I talk to people who were victims of high profile miscarriage of justice cases including; Michael O'Brien (one of the Cardiff Newsagent Three), John Actie wrongly charged with the murder of Lynette White and remanded for nearly two years until his trial, victims of the Post Off ...
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Un:Just

Calum McCrae

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It is now almost universally accepted that our criminal justice system is broken. Anyone who has experienced its inner workings has a story to tell; from the accused to victims of crime, lawyers to probation officers, witnesses to judges. A decade of unparalleled cuts has completely reshaped our idea of criminal justice, an idea that was once envied globally. In Un:Just, we provide a space to tell the stories of that broken system. Visit thejusticegap.com https://soundcloud.com/ed-starkey-17 ...
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Welcome to "Evolving Enterprises: Stories of Growth Transformation", the podcast where we dive deep into the art of effective leadership. I'm your host, Prof Martin Parr, a seasoned professional who has dedicated years to empowering senior leaders in achieving their business goals. Today, I'm thrilled to share my expertise as a systems thinker, guiding you on a transformative journey for your business, charity, or pet project. Throughout my career, I've developed a passion for complexity and ...
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This is the story of the wrongful conviction of Brendan Dassey. When Brendan Dassey uttered “I’m really stupid Mum, I can’t help it” this was not the failure of a vulnerable teenager but the exposure of the systemic failings of Wisconsin's criminal justice system. This season join me as I step back into Manitowoc 2005 and explore and re-examine the factors at the heart of this profound miscarriage of justice.
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In the more than 150 year history of Major League Baseball, only one player has ever been murdered during a season. That player is Lyman “Wesley” Bostock Jr, a budding star for the Angels in the 70's, who was murdered by a man who whose court case would result in a stunning verdict. In an 8-part series, Tom Rinaldi explores Lyman's improbable life, his tragic death, and the miscarriage of justice that let his killer go free. Lyman Bostock is described by Hall Of Fame players like Rod Carew a ...
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On the 7th of August 1985, five members of the Bamber family were murdered in a crime that fascinated the nation. Initially believed to have been murder-suicide committed by Sheila Caffell, it was the only surviving member, Jeremy Bamber, who was eventually convicted of the crime. To this day, he protests his innocence and there are undoubtedly questions that remain behind. This podcast takes a deep dive into the case, speaking to experts, authors and the Jeremy Bamber campaign in a bid to e ...
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An old monk is tricked by the Devil into undertaking a voyage to a remote island to save the souls of thousands who live there. He arrives on the island which is actually a desolate one, inhabited only by colonies of millions of penguins. The old monk whose eyesight and hearing are almost nonexistent, mistakes them for humans and begins baptizing them. In Heaven, God finds Himself in a dilemma; the old monk's unwavering faith compels him to regard the baptisms as genuine. However, in Christi ...
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Radical Remembrance: Conversations on Being Human (formerly Ladies Who Lead)

Luna Love || Woman of Devotion, Soul Midwife & Transformational Leadership Mentor

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In the current climate of endless information and busyness we can lose our center easily. The Radical Remembrance podcast intends to bring you back home to what it is to be both holy and human. Our host Luna Love and the diverse & inspiring guests hold long-form, courageous conversations to invite you into your own experience of deeply remembering what it is to be human. We talk intimacy, emotional mastery, psychology, embodiment, sociology, spirituality, money, sex, death, life-purpose, soc ...
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Joe Forrester brings you three headlines from the week in history, focusing on the lesser-known, more unusual and often downright odd. Every week Joe is joined by a special guest as they discuss that show’s stories and a whole load of puerile nonsense besides. This is the podcast that shows you history is sexy, sweary and full of people acting like utter plonkers… Imagine Game of Thrones with Benny Hill music. @VeryOldNews (https://twitter.com/veryoldnews) @forrester_joe (https://twitter.com ...
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At Legal-Ease, law students, lawyers, and journalists united offer you a partisan free discussion on current issues affecting America, without convoluted legalese, a word for fancy lawyer talk.
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" Thousands of post office workers in the U.K. were falsely accused of accounting fraud--all because of a faulty computer system. Hundreds were falsely convicted, while many more lost their savings. Four committed suicide. Now, a new drama on the British channel ITV exposed the scandal and prompted the U.K. government to try to make amends. -- At P…
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Today I am joined by Seb Hargreaves, the Executive Director of the Operational Research Society (ORS). Seb talks about the recent highlights in the journey of supporting strategic decision making using scientific methods. There is great news. Some of the society’s journals are becoming open access, meaning that it will be much easier for busy profe…
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Far right nazism, the conservative sneaker, national guard on high school grounds, and more election frenzy. Myles interviews Raquel Willis about her new book The Risk It Takes to Bloom: On Life and Liberation. News Trump Fraud Trial Penalty Will Exceed $450 Million How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Became One of Joe Biden’s Most Valuable Boosters Fox N…
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" AM radio has been around for over a hundred years and one of the most popular places to listen is in the car. Now, though, some carmakers have decided not to include AM antennas in their new electric cars. The electric components in the car interfere with the AM signal. But some people are worried that this may spell the end of the AM band. -- At…
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After 18-year-old Renee Ramos is found murdered, detectives zero in on her boyfriend Jake Silva and his best friend’s uncle Ty Lopes. But in their determination to solve the case, other suspects may have been overlooked. Susan Simpson, Jacinda Davis, and Kevin Fitzpatrick hear about Jake’s case and start combing through the files for clues that cou…
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In this episode of Dad Still Standing, the dads explore the crucial roles of giving and receiving support within a partnership after the loss of a child. They have contributions from four listeners, each with their own insights into what it truly means to be a supportive partner during the most challenging times. Through their personal journies, th…
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Trigger warning: the case discussed in this episode may be triggering for some In the true crime episode, the Gritty Nurses are back at it again with Bruce Sackman, Special Agent in Charge, U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), Office of Inspector General, Criminal Investigations Division. They discuss the shocking case of serial killer Lucy Let…
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Kali Silverman is Senior Project Manager of Mural Arts. She visits the men's maximum prison once a month coordinating the Mural Arts program with the full support of the Department of Corrections. Kali's beliefs stem from "tikkun olam" based on the Jewish philosophy meaning to repair the world. Growing up near Philadelphia, she always felt public a…
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On this week’s Sidebar the hosts of Proof share their thoughts on Ty Lopes’ murder and how it may have impacted Jake’s case. And you’ll hear more from the man who attacked Jake – what happened to him after the assault and how his life behind bars has since changed. Susan, Jacinda, and Kevin also share what to expect in upcoming episodes. Visit our …
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" The world of academic publishing has been shaken by a series of scandals of late. But one idea aims to correct the biases in research. A ""registered report"" brings greater transparency and controls to the research process. And some journals pledge to publish any research finding, whether a hypothesis is confirmed or not. -- At Plain English, we…
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Jake Silva and Ty Lopes are convicted to life behind bars for the rape and murder of 18-year-old Renee Ramos. Life in prison is hard but even harder when you have an “R” on your back. As rumors spread about Jake Silva’s and Ty Lopes’ convictions, they face new and unexpected challenges. The hosts of Proof talk to Jake Silva about life behind bars a…
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Jane Golden is the Founder and Executive Director of Mural Arts Philadelphia. Under her passionate leadership, this organization has expanded its growth to become the nation's largest public art program, collaborating with schools, city agencies, prisons and other nonprofits. Jane has received many awards: The Hepburn Medal (named after Katherine H…
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" Academic researchers are under intense career pressure to publish their findings, a pressure known as ""publish or perish."" While that pressure means that researchers stay productive, it can also lead to unethical research practices or data manipulation. Data from several recent studies, including one about dishonesty, have been questioned by cr…
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Defense attorney and podcaster Bob Motta (Defense Diaries) joins Susan Simpson and Jacinda Davis to share his unique take on the evidence used to convict Jake Silva and Ty Lopes of Renee Ramos’ murder. Motta also shares insights into the Delphi murders and how John Wayne Gacy led him to podcasting. Visit our website for episode transcripts, behind …
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We welcome romance author Kameron Claire as our guest this month, discussing black widow (maybe?) Betty Neumar. MB and I cover the cult behind Shen Yun and the Menendez brothers. Support the show Follow us on Facebook and/or Instagram Find us at our website: www.mysteriesmonstersmayhem.com Email us at mysteriesmonstersmayhem@gmail.com Support us at…
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Measles make a comeback, Black pastors pressure Biden for cease-fire, and none of these candidates please! Pod Save The People is back with the Blackest Book Club reading list in collaboration with Reconstruction and Campaign Zero. DeRay interviews Dr. Uché Blackstock about her new book Legacy: A Black Physician Reckons with Racism in Medicine. New…
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I am so pleased to welcome Orian Mendes a business development manager with a vast experience of evolving businesses in Europe and Africa. Orian has worked in engineering, publishing and the clothing industry. We talk about what makes a business grow, how businesses evolve to match market need and the continual pushing and pulling of demand in the …
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" A key part blew off the body of a Boeing 737-MAX plane shortly after takeoff, ripping the shirt of a passenger and causing a drop in cabin air pressure. The plane landed safely, but America's FAA has opened an investigation into the plane's safety. It was the latest setback for Boeing, one of the two biggest global plane manufacturers. -- At Plai…
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The evidence against Ty Lopes had been thin, but enough for a jury to convict him of killing Renee Ramos. In Jake Silva’s case the prosecution had new witnesses and evidence. But would it be enough to convince Jake Silva's jury to find him guilty too? Susan Simpson, Jacinda Davis, and Kevin Fitzpatrick examine the evidence presented at Jake’s trial…
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It is estimated that over half the prison population is neurodivergent, including people who are autistic or have ADHD or a brain injury. Is society's failure to understand neurodivergence leading to disproportionate criminalisation? In this episode, Rob and Penelope are joined by MP and former Lord Chancellor Sir Robert Buckland and Angela Kirwin,…
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Bill Dillon was sent to prison in 1981 to serve a Life sentence for a crime he did not commit. He did 27 years behind bars. With the help of The Innocence Project of Florida and DNA evidence, he was exonerated in 2008. He and his wife have written a book called: FRAMED: The Corruption and Coverup Behind the Wrongful Conviction of William Michael Di…
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" Pedicabs -- bicycles with fancy carriages on the back -- are popular in London's West End and SoHo. Due to a quirk in London's taxi law, they operate without any type of regulation. But they're widely seen as a rip-off for tourists and a nuisance for those who live nearby. But should they be regulated like taxis or are they just harmless fun? -- …
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The hosts of Proof share their thoughts on 14-year-old eyewitness Josh Burroughs' multiple stories and Susan provides insight into how his testimony was used at trial. After he is convicted of Renee Ramos’ rape and murder, Ty Lopes makes a passionate promise to Renee’s family. Visit our website for episode transcripts, case files, behind the scene …
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This episode starts with a strong focus and direction but loses it within the first three minutes - maybe less than that. However, the dads do talk about the complexities of grief; why you shouldn't avoid groups and social settings; tips on how to deal with the longer-term effects of loss; the challenges of rebuilding yourself mentally and much muc…
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In this episode, Amie and Sara discuss the Black Maternal Health Crisis in relation to the most concerning case/situation of Brittany Watts. We discuss the history of nurses who "police" their patients, obstetrical racism and the changes needed to prevent what happened to Brittany Watts from happening again. We stand in Solidarity with Brittany Wat…
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Court scandals, unlikely political allies - here's your weekly download leading up to the November Primary. Pod Save The People is back with the Blackest Book Club reading list in collaboration with Reconstruction and Campaign Zero. News Affirmative Tactics (with Donovan Ramsey) Fani Willis admits relationship with prosecutor on Trump Georgia case …
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I am delighted to welcome Ani Magill as my guest. Ani has provided inspirational leadership as CEO of a growing Multi Academy Trust, and in her previous roles as head teacher and “super head", turning around failing schools. Ani's journey as a transformational leader in education illuminates invaluable lessons for CEOs and aspiring leaders across s…
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" Ecuador, nestled between Peru and Colombia on South America's Pacific coast, was once one of the safest countries in the Americas. But now, the it's suffering a spiral of violence, fueled by foreign drug gangs. -- At Plain English, we make English lessons for the modern world. -- Today’s full English lesson, including a free transcript, can be fo…
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Susan Simpson, Jacinda Davis, and Kevin Fitzpatrick investigate how 33-year-old Ty Lopes becomes a suspect in the rape and murder of Renee Ramos. The hosts talk to Lopes’ family, including his daughter Mandi, to get a better understanding of his relationship with his co-defendant Jake Silva and in the process uncover new information about Lopes’ de…
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This week on Quick and Gritty Takes, Amie & Sara discuss: Ontario: Parents who waited 11 hours in Ontario ER with a child suffering allergic reaction focus their anger - “Not at the nurses, not at the doctors, not at SickKids, just at our government,” Canada: Justin Trudeau adviser defends use of crude language in online exchange with right-wing gr…
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Bill Dillon was sent to prison in 1981 to serve a Life sentence for a crime he did not commit. He did 27 years behind bars. With the help of The Innocence Project of Florida and DNA evidence, he was exonerated in 2008. He and his wife have written a book called: FRAMED: The Corruption and Coverup Behind the Wrongful Conviction of William Michael Di…
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" If you have a knack for writing the perfect prompt in ChatGPT, then you might want to become a ""prompt engineer."" That's the new job title for people who help companies use GPT and other AI models to achieve their goals. But it's a lot more than just typing into a chat window. -- At Plain English, we make English lessons for the modern world. -…
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Susan Simpson, Jacinda Davis, and Kevin Fitzpatrick answer listener questions and discuss how a 14-year-old witness becomes the turning point in the investigation into Renee Ramos’ murder. Bonus interrogation clips and calls with Jake Silva are also shared. Visit our website for episode transcripts, case files, behind the scene photos and more. Fol…
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