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  • Why do people listen to True Crime Why do people listen to True Crime

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    Podcast enthusiast turned Sherlock Holmes: Why do people listen to true crime podcasts?

    By June 4, 2021

    True crime has long been a genre that’s kept us wanting more, and it’s going nowhere any time soon. Since the emergence and boom of podcasting, listeners have been able to gorge themselves on investigative stories from across the globe while grabbing the weekly shop or during leg day at the gym. But what’s behind our ever-growing itch to uncover...

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    #054 • Maddie’s Sound Explorers / RedHanded / You’re Dead To Me

    By August 24, 2020

    Welcome to episode 54 of the Pod Bible podcast! It’s solo Adam back with you once again, to present some brilliant podcast heavyweights for your listening enjoyment. This week there’s a nice full length chat with Maddie Moate about her podcast Maddie’s Sound Explorers, followed by recommendations from Hannah of RedHanded, and Greg of You’re Dead To Me. Have fun!...

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    Mobeen Azhar’s Hometown: A Killing Podcast

    By August 5, 2020

    When journalist Mobeen Azhar returned to his hometown to make a documentary on a local murder, he had no way of knowing how it would impact his life. Now, Mobeen’s podcast Hometown: A Killing goes beyond the TV documentary and explores the deeply personal effect the series had on his own life. We talked to him about making the audio series,...

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