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Best Betsy Beasley podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Betsy Beasley podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Who Makes Cents?: A History of Capitalism Podcast is a monthly program devoted to bringing you quality, engaging stories that explain how capitalism has changed over time. We interview historians and social and cultural critics about capitalism’s past, highlighting the political and economic changes that have created the present. Each episode gives voice to the people who have shaped capitalism – by making the rules or by breaking them, by creating economic structures or by resisting them.
 
Crimelines walks you through true crime events, pairing captivating tales with clear storytelling. Host Charlie brings in appropriate historic and cultural context to look beyond what happened and consider why it happened. Clue: 8
 
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In October 1997, a woman named Rosa Delgado went to the corner store with her 4-year-old daughter, Rosita Camacho. When the pair never made it home from the store, Rosa’s sister called the police. Twenty-two-years later, we are still asking happened to Rosa and Rosita? Some people think they know the answer, and it points back to corruption wit ...…
 
Thirteen-year-old Yara Gambirasio left her gymnastics center in northern Italy in November 2010 and vanished. Three months later, her body was found in a field. When DNA was found on her underclothes, investigators launched a massive sweep for DNA samples. But would it be enough to find Yara's killer? Support our sponsors! Listen to Bad Batch: ...…
 
In 2007, Kamisha Block was one of nearly 900 US soldiers killed in Iraq. But Kamisha was not killed in combat. Her family was told Kamisha’s death was an accident; she was a casualty of friendly fire. But Kamisha’s death was much darker than that and has forced us to ask: could it have been prevented? Sponsors: For a free month of Himalaya Plus ...…
 
In July 1998, infant Allyson Dalton was kidnapped from her home after her mother, Sylena Dalton, was brutally murdered. In spite of a suspect rising to the top of the list early on, the killer of Sylena has never been arrested. And the whereabouts of Allyson remain unknown. If you have any information on the case, contact the Virginia State Pol ...…
 
Students in U.S. history surveys come away from their lessons on World War I with one conflict fresh in their minds: How could Woodrow Wilson, a president who advocated segregation and famously screened the racist film Birth of a Nation in the White House, also have been an architect of the League of Nations and a champion of the self-determina ...…
 
Students in U.S. history surveys come away from their lessons on World War I with one conflict fresh in their minds: How could Woodrow Wilson, a president who advocated segregation and famously screened the racist film Birth of a Nation in the White House, also have been an architect of the League of Nations and a champion of the self-determina ...…
 
On January 8. 1993, the owners of a Brown’s Chicken restaurant in Palatine, Illinois and five of their employees were gunned down shortly after close. Though DNA and palm prints were left at the scene, the case grew cold. Then, nearly nine years after the massacre, two women came forward to point the finger at two men. Both men confessed but no ...…
 
On January 8. 1993, the owners of a Brown’s Chicken restaurant in Palatine, Illinois and five of their employees were gunned down shortly after close. Though DNA and palm prints were left at the scene, the case grew cold. Then, nearly nine years after the massacre, two women came forward to point the finger at two men. Both men confessed but no ...…
 
In January 2008, 21-year-old Denise Amber Lee was abducted from her home. After a critical 911 call is mishandled, police lost their best chance to save Denise. But her family is determined to make sure that never happens to anyone else. To learn more, visit deniseamberlee.org This week's sponsor is bombas.com/crimelines for 20% off Research as ...…
 
Over a holiday weekend in October 2003, 19-year-old college student Mark Fisher took his first trip to New York City unchaperoned. While there, he met up with a friend and went back to the home of John Giuca with her. Shortly before sunrise the next morning, Mark was gunned down on a Brooklyn street he had never been to before. Two men were con ...…
 
Nan Enstad on Multinational Cigarette Corporations and Jim Crow Capitalism The multinational corporation is a pervasive institution. For example, it’s nearly impossible to listen to this show without interacting with one. But what is the history of this thing we call the multinational corporation? And who gets to count as its constituents? Toda ...…
 
Nan Enstad on Multinational Cigarette Corporations and Jim Crow Capitalism The multinational corporation is a pervasive institution. For example, it’s nearly impossible to listen to this show without interacting with one. But what is the history of this thing we call the multinational corporation? And who gets to count as its constituents? Toda ...…
 
On Saturday, August 19, 2017, Savanna Greywind was doing light chores while waiting for lunch delivery. A neighbor asked the very pregnant Savanna for help with a project. Savanna agreed. She was about to become the victim of fetal abduction, a rare crime that is, sadly, on the rise. Sponsor: www.fabfitfun.com and use code CRIMELINES for $10 of ...…
 
On August 17, 2014, the body of 15-year-old Tina Fontaine was pulled from the Red River in Manitoba, Canada. But this was only the final tragedy in Tina’s life. This is Tina's story. Today's Sponsors: Bombas socks--bombas.com/crimelines for 20% Invisible Choir podcast, available in all podcast apps Researched by Jess Written and hosted by Charl ...…
 
My friends, this is not a drill. Parcast is releasing a DAILY true crime show. It's pretty much all I've wanted in my life. Listen to this preview and then go subscribe on Spotify or wherever you get podcasts. You can also listen to Today in True Crime or any of Parcast's many amazing shows at parcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit ...…
 
In April of 1996, 19-year-old Stacey Stites was murdered. A year-long investigation led to the arrest and conviction of a man who has been trying to prove his innocence ever since. Currently, he is racing against an execution date set for this November. Is he wrongfully convicted as the Innocence Project claims or is he guilty of Stacey’s murde ...…
 
Interested in getting premium Crimelines content but not sure it's worth it? Here's a sample episode so you can try it before you buy it! To support the show on Himalaya Plus (and get that merch box): either find Crimelines in the Himalaya app or go to himalaya.com/crimelines To support the show on Patreon: patreon.com/crimelines Thank you so m ...…
 
In November 2006, a man named Abraham Shakespeare hit the jackpot in the Florida lotto. His good-heart led him to give and loan away a large amount of his winnings in short order. When a woman named Dee Dee Moore convinced him to sign his assets over to her to protect them from vultures, things went from bad to worse. Thank you to today's spons ...…
 
When we talk about the 1973 energy crisis, we tend to cast it as a moment when Americans questioned assumptions about how the domestic economy worked and the U.S. role in the global economy. We don’t always spend as much time thinking about why the crisis happened, or what it represented in the Global South. OPEC’s decision to cut production an ...…
 
When we talk about the 1973 energy crisis, we tend to cast it as a moment when Americans questioned assumptions about how the domestic economy worked and the U.S. role in the global economy. We don’t always spend as much time thinking about why the crisis happened, or what it represented in the Global South. OPEC’s decision to cut production an ...…
 
Quick note: the first 5 minutes of this episode is a correction and update on the Jack Family episode. Feel free to skip ahead if you skipped that episode. In November 2006, a man named Abraham Shakespeare hit the jackpot in the Florida lotto. His good-heart led him to give and loan away a large amount of his winnings in short order. When a wom ...…
 
On August 1, 1989, Ronnie Jack met a man in a pub in Prince George. The man promised Ronnie and his wife Doreen a job. They packed up their two sons and left with this man, in the hopes of steady work. They were never seen again. If you have information on the Jack Family, please call Prince George RCMP at 250-561-3300 or, to remain anonymous, ...…
 
On December 16, 1995, the body of 17-year-old Krystal Beslanowitch was found. She was the victim of a violent beating. Eighteen years later, DNA collection and testing technology caught up to the evidence and this cold case was finally solved. Research by Jess Written and hosted by Charlie Worroll Cover Art by Lars Hacking of Rusty Hinges Music ...…
 
Emergency services were called to a property in Flintstone, Ga. DJ Fickey was dead from a gunshot wound. Initially believed to be a suicide, valuable evidence was lost from the crime scene, leaving DJ’s family to wonder if they’ll ever see justice. Researched, written and hosted by Charlie Worroll Music by Scott Buckley Cover art by Lars Hackin ...…
 
We’ve just ended pride month and both the victories and limits of GLBT politics were on view. In San Francisco, protesters engaged in civil disobedience action against the growing corporatization of pride. Activists in San Francisco and elsewhere questioned the role of police in pride, emphasizing that “Stonewall was a riot.” Our guest today tr ...…
 
We’ve just ended pride month and both the victories and limits of GLBT politics were on view. In San Francisco, protesters engaged in civil disobedience action against the growing corporatization of pride. Activists in San Francisco and elsewhere questioned the role of police in pride, emphasizing that “Stonewall was a riot.” Our guest today tr ...…
 
Jaleahyah Davis was the victim of a car crash in November of 2011. The investigation into the cause of the accident lasted over a year. When the police ruled the death a drunk-driving accident, Jaleayah’s family took on the mission to find justice for Jaleayah. Today's sponsor: Care/Of for 25% off, use promo code CRIMELINES at takecareof.com Ho ...…
 
In 1995, a fire consumed a home in Prairie Village, Kansas. The fire, which claimed the lives of two children, showed that things were not always what they seemed. Written and hosted by Charlie Worroll Research by Haley Gray Music by Scott Buckley Cover Art by Lars Hacking of the Rusty Hinges Podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit mega ...…
 
Carly Ryan was lured from her home and murdered in 2007. Her mother then made it her mission to find justice for Carly and to make sure this didn’t happen to anyone else’s child. Special thanks to Himalaya Researched by Kait Morris Research Written, hosted, and produced by Charlie Worroll Cover art by Lars Hacking of Rusty Hinges podcast Music ...…
 
In 1969, a college student was stabbed to death in the library while at least 5 people stood nearby, but none witnessed the attack. It’s been 50 years and one suspect has finally risen to the top of the list of who killed Betsy Aardsma. Written and hosted by Charlie Worroll Research by Haley Gray Cover Art by Lars Hacking of Rusty Hinges podcas ...…
 
In 2007, 22-year-old mother of 2 Janet Moses began experiencing a mental health crisis. She and her family believed she had been hit with a curse, and they attempted a traditional Maori ceremony to lift the curse. Janet did not survive and her family’s beliefs were put on trial. Research by Jess Whatford Written and hosted by Charlie Worroll Co ...…
 
In 1997, Joe Cinque was killed by a fatal dose of heroin administered by his girlfriend Anu Singh. Those details are not in dispute. But pretty much everything else is and the final outcome of this case left much of Australia in shock. Written and hosted by Charlie Worroll Research assistance provided by Kait Morris Music by Scott Buckley Artwo ...…
 
A former-NBA prospect, standing 6 feet 9 inches tall, walked away from his car and was never seen again. Where is Rico Harris? Episode written and hosted by Charlie Worroll Music by Scott Buckley Artwork by Lars Hacking of Rusty Hinges podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
We talk a lot about logistics on this show – the industries, like Amazon or FedEx, that have made fortunes managing the movement of goods from one place to another. Logistics companies undergird the globalized economy, making it possible for companies to benefit from low wages and labor abuses in the global South by moving finished products qui ...…
 
We talk a lot about logistics on this show – the industries, like Amazon or FedEx, that have made fortunes managing the movement of goods from one place to another. Logistics companies undergird the globalized economy, making it possible for companies to benefit from low wages and labor abuses in the global South by moving finished products qui ...…
 
In 1971, a young Cree woman was brutally murdered in Manitoba. Even though the perpetrators were identified quickly, it wasn’t until 1987 that any measure of justice was delivered. Episode written, hosted, and edited by Charlie Worroll Music by Scott Buckley patreon.com/crimelines Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
The Me Too movement has brought much needed attention to sexual violence and harassment both in and outside the workplace. It has challenged patriarchal norms and practices and illuminated entrenched power hierarchies. It also drew strength from longer struggles against the many manifestations of patriarchal power. On this month’s show, we spea ...…
 
The Me Too movement has brought much needed attention to sexual violence and harassment both in and outside the workplace. It has challenged patriarchal norms and practices and illuminated entrenched power hierarchies. It also drew strength from longer struggles against the many manifestations of patriarchal power. On this month’s show, we spea ...…
 
In 1986, two little girls were found in the woods in Brighton, murdered. Nicola Fellows and Karen Hadaway had been sexually assaulted, strangled, and left just a quarter mile from their homes. Their accused attacker was arrested weeks later but it wouldn’t be until a major change in English law and the advancement in DNA that justice would be f ...…
 
On November 6, 2011, Julia Biryukova walked away from her car with her daughter, in search of gas. She left her 2 year old son sleeping in his carseat. When she returned to the car over an hour later, her son was missing. Some wonder if he was in the car at all. Over 7 years later, we are all still asking “where is Sky Metalwala?” Today's spons ...…
 
Elmer and Theresa Crawford lived a quiet, working class life in Glenroy, a suburb of Melbourne Victoria Australia. One winter morning, their car was found on a ledge at the bottom of a cliff just 15 centimeters from toppling into the sea below. What was found in the car and at their home led to a nearly 50-year manhunt that is still ongoing. Th ...…
 
Amazon's withdrawal from New York City has sparked big conversations about companies' impact on urban space, but less attention has been paid to the fact that, as logistics companies, corporations like Amazon have a particular spatial impact. Juan De Lara discusses how the logistics economy has remade urban regions and racial politics since the ...…
 
Amazon's withdrawal from New York City has sparked big conversations about companies' impact on urban space, but less attention has been paid to the fact that, as logistics companies, corporations like Amazon have a particular spatial impact. Juan De Lara discusses how the logistics economy has remade urban regions and racial politics since the ...…
 
In 1986, a mother and daughter return home and are never seen again. In 1993, a mother and daughter walked to the store and were never seen again. This week’s episode will cover two baffling mother-daughter disappearances--The case of Sherry and Johnna Wrisinger and the case of Dorothy and Danielle Pitcher. Thank you to our sponsors: Brooklinen ...…
 
Thirteen year old Brandy Lynn Myers left her apartment building, walked through her neighborhood, and never came home. That was in 1992 and she was only 13 years old. Twenty three years later, there was a major break in the case. It’s been nearly 4 years since that day and still no one has been charged in the disappearance and presumed murder o ...…
 
In 1969, Joan Robinson Hill died 14 hours after being admitted to the hospital. Multiple autopsies could not determine exactly what caused the sudden and severe illness that took her life, and many suspected foul play. Two and a half years later, her husband John Hill was gunned down at his home in front of their 12 year old son. Many believe a ...…
 
In 1992, Sherrill Levitt, her daughter Suzie Streeter, and Suzie’s friend Stacy McCall went missing. The women apparently went missing from Sherrill’s house with nothing more than a smashed porch light cover to indicate something sinister had happened. Though there have been suspects in the case, no one has ever been charged and the case remain ...…
 
In 1992, Sherrill Levitt, her daughter Suzie Streeter, and Suzie’s friend Stacy McCall went missing. The women apparently went missing from Sherrill’s house with nothing more than a smashed porch light cover to indicate something sinister had happened. Though there have been suspects in the case, no one has ever been charged and the case remain ...…
 
On December 4, 2005, a 30 year old Swedish woman named Annie Börjesson was found on the seashore in Prestwick, Scotland. Annie had moved to Scotland for new experiences and fell in love with the country. Leading up to her death, she seemed worried about a situation though no one is sure what the issue was. After investigators ruled it a probabl ...…
 
In major cities across the country, skyrocketing rents and housing prices have pushed out workers and everyday people who are no longer able to afford the cost of living. In Los Angeles, this has led to a spike in homelessness and the increased precarity that comes from living on the streets. Since 2017, at least 1200 homeless people in LA have ...…
 
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