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Every scandal begins with a lie. But the truth will come out. And then comes the fallout and the outrage. Scandals have shaped America since its founding. From business and politics to sports and society, we look on aghast as corruption, deceit and ambition bring down heroes and celebrities, politicians and moguls. And when the dust finally settles, we’re left to wonder: how did this happen? Where did they trip up, and who is to blame? From the creators of American History Tellers, Business ...
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In a country obsessed with gossip, the great and the good fear one thing more than any other - scandal. British scandals change the course of history. They bring down governments, overthrow the rich and cause the mighty to fall. Some are about sex, others about money. In the end, they’re all about power. But often at the heart of a scandal, there are ordinary human stories. Stories of those caught up in the swirl of outrage. Who was really to blame for what happened? Why did they do it? And ...
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Why did kings and queens have spectators on their wedding night? Who had the very first boob job? And did our ancestors have their unmentionables pierced? Join historian, Kate Lister, Betwixt the Sheets as she unashamedly roots around the topics which seem to have been skipped in history class. Everything from landmark LGBTQ+ court cases, to political scandal, to downright bizarre medieval cures for impotence. The etymology of swear words, gender bias in medicine, and satanic panic and cults ...
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The Scandal Mongers Podcast

Scandal Mongers Podcast

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Every week bestselling author Andrew Lownie joins his life-long friend, the filmmaker and writer Phil Craig, to reveal the world’s greatest scandals. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Scandal Sheet

Thad Halcli Media, LLC

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Your favorite guilty pleasure! A biweekly podcast featuring penetrating investigations into anything socially deviate, scientifically unexplainable, celebrity gossip, horrifically sinister – and - if we get lucky, criminal. You hosts are a Millennial woman, a Gen X man, and a wise-cracking AI engine. Amazingly informative and funny!
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Larissa, former E! True Hollywood Stories & Howard Stern Show Producer, and Carrie, a very unscholarly amateur historian, team up to discuss true crime, wealthy people scandals, cults, royal families, and trending headlines. Explore MisdeedsandIntrigue.com for more articles relating to history, true crime, and mysteries. 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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Scandalism

Jim B. Morgan

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Scandalism by Mr Morgan Incidente ampliamente publicitado que incluye acusaciones de proceder incorrecto, degradación o inmoralidad. Puede basarse en actos reales, ser producto de acusaciones, o una mezcla de ambas. PODCAST semanal con la mejor música de Mr Morgan, el DJ favorito de tu mamá.
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Scandal 101

Alek

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A scandal is a circumstance or action that offends propriety or established moral conceptions or disgraces those associated with it. Scandal 101 explores a new scandal every other week, and touches on a wide array of subjects. https://linktr.ee/scandal101podcast
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Sacred Scandal

My Cultura and iHeartPodcasts

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SEASON 2: La Luz del Mundo Sacred Scandal, named one of Podtrac’s Best New Podcasts of 2022, embarks on its second season, focusing on Mexico-based megachurch La Luz del Mundo (Light of the World). It tells the story of Naasón Joaquín García, a self-proclaimed apostle, who is currently behind bars after pleading guilty in June 2022 of sexually abusing girls from his congregation. Naasón is currently serving a nearly 17-year sentence, but maintains his innocence. Host and investigative journa ...
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Scandalous $&@!

Scandalous conversations

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So starting from the beginning everything and anything is the topics Good conversations with friends Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kennith-gantz/support
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One Degree of Scandalous is the go-to destination for direct access to the world’s most salacious scandals. Hosts Kato Kaelin and Tom Zenner make the daily stories that reek of scandal and headline-makers from the past explode to life in each episode, revealing raw details of what really happened to the people at the epicenter. Americans are obsessed with hearing juicy details about scandals; thankfully, celebrities, politicians, athletes, and pop culture icons are obsessed with making sure ...
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Quel scandale !

France Musique

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Une saga de 16 épisodes sur les grands scandales dans la musique à travers la grande et la petite histoire ! Rendez-vous sur l'application Radio France pour découvrir tous les autres épisodes.
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Scandal Sheets

Scandal Sheets

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Scandal Sheets is coming back on November 1st! Scandal Sheets is the podcast that explores the infamous people and places of the past. In every episode, hosts Caroline and Adrienne discuss a historical scandal along with the people and places associated with it. Tune in for our themed 5 episode seasons starting November 1st!
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Notes on a Scandal

Saba Imtiaz & Tooba Masood

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A tale of sex, lies, and scandal in Pakistan. A limited-episode podcast that reexamines and investigates a fascinating crime in an unusual city. The podcast serves as an accompaniment to Society Girl, a non-fiction book by Tooba Masood and Saba Imtiaz.
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Scandal Abroad is a 3 (three) random fact podcast, hosted by Jesse. Each week we dive into a random country and divulge 3 facts we have researched about the country of the week. With local Special Guests, Family &Friends, we discuss countries from near and far Canada to Belgium and every country in between! Each Country has a most famous person, is the best at something internationally & a most famous scandal/murder! Let's find out whose is whose! Facebook: http://m.me/213658066243788 Instag ...
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Scandalous Diamonds

Jennifer Lusk and Dana Compton

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Welcome to the Scandalous Diamonds Podcast, where co-hosts Jennifer Lusk and Dana Compton recap the New York Times' Best-Selling novels by the one and only Jackie Collins. Join us for laughs, gasps, diamonds and everything in between. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/scandalous-diamonds--4784580/support.
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Scandals

Karima Stitt

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A celebrity scandal focused podcast that goes into a selected pop culture scandal that had a global impact on the culture. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/scandalspod/support
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Pietra dello Scandalo

Luca Fontò

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Produttori ed editori processati, registi in carcere, libri ritirati dal commercio, film tagliati o addirittura distrutti; le accuse: «stampa oscena», «atti a turbare i minori», in qualche caso «concubinaggio». Luca Fontò racconta l’Italia del secolo scorso – spaventata dal cambiamento forse più che dal sesso – attraverso gli eventi che hanno accompagnato persone e personaggi “indecorosi”, da Bernardo Bertolucci a Lupo Alberto.
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Join Kerry Washington (Olivia Pope) and cast Scott Foley (Jake Ballard), Guillermo Diaz (Huck), Darby Stanchfield (Abby), and Josh Malina (David Rosen) as they discuss their hit ABC series, "Scandal." In this political thriller series created by Shonda Rimes ("Grey’s Anatomy"), Washington stars as Olivia Pope, former communications director to the President of the United States, and the head of her prominent crisis management firm. The series delves into the behind-the-scenes machinations of ...
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Must Watch: Scandals!

Must Watch

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Jean Bentley (Rotten Tomatoes) and Lauren Piester (TV Guide) dive into one big show at a time with weekly recaps and discussion. 'Must Watch' is currently scandalized by ripped-from-the-headlines dramas like Hulu's 'The Dropout' and banana-pants true-crime documentaries like Netflix's 'Bad Vegan.'
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Scandalous Grace with Karla Krebs

Karla Krebs Ministries

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Scandalous Grace with Karla Krebs is a podcast about the Scandalous Grace of Jesus, how He demonstrates it to us and how we can walk in it in our daily lives. Karla shares her own journey, stories, teachings, prayers and practical wisdom in an authentic way that will help you walk in the fullness of your destiny in Christ. You can learn more about Karla on her website at ScandalousGraceRadio.com, on Facebook at Facebook.com/scandalousgraceradio and on Twitter and Instagram @KarlawithakKrebs
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In 2016, few knew much about the 31-year-old man who just scored an upset victory to win public office in Seminole County. A constant stream of odd news and controversies began almost as soon as he started the job. Still, he became a rising star in local Republican politics and accumulated powerful friends. And now Greenberg faces a staggering 33 federal charges. And the outcome of this case threatens to ensnare some of Greenberg's closest allies, including congressman Matt Gaetz. From the O ...
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Wine and Popcorn is a bourgie black podcast that recaps ABC's Scandal from a bourgie black point of view. Host Krista Summitt-Wine Gladiator, recaps all the elements of the including the wine, fashions, music, and hairstyles. She also highlights the best social media tweets that happen during the show. Each show will feature a recap of pop culture of interest to the black bourgoisie, "Crib Sheet of Bourgieness".
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There is no prescribed way that an experience of sexual abuse will impact on a man or on his relationships. Everyone is different. A man will often try to find his own way to deal with the experience of sexual abuse, and will work hard to limit its impact on his life and relationships. Although hearing that a man has been sexually abused is distressing, sometimes this information can help a partner make sense of some of the behaviours they have been observing. It can then provide a starting ...
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Stories from our book, The White House's Unruly Neighborhood: Crime, Scandal and Intrigue in the History of Lafayette Square. The podcast is based on our tours of the Washington, D.C. region's wild, hidden history and on our other books. Our book is available at: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-white-houses-unruly-neighborhood-edward-p-moser/1131103788https://www.amazon.com/White-Houses-Unruly-Neighborhood-Lafayette-ebook/dp/B082ZVDCD7/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1555118270& ...
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On September 28, 2012, Massachusetts state chemist Annie Dookhan was arrested and charged with obstruction of justice and falsification of academic records. Approximately four months later another chemist, Sonja Farak, was arrested for using the drugs she was supposed to be testing and the Massachusetts Drug Lab Scandal was born. Hosts Jamie Folk and Ilyas Rona will be exploring the William H Hinton, UMass Amherst and State Police crime labs associated with this scandal and speak with the la ...
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Despite lawmakers best efforts, sex work has been around for since record began...and will certainly go back even further. We often explore the history of sex work in Europe, but what history does this huge industry have in America? How did the colonisation of America and the slave trade impact and shape it? And how did sex workers and brothels hel…
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In the second episode in this themed week, Canadian author Antony Anderson joins Phil and Andrew to discuss one of the greatest military and diplomatic disasters of the British Empire. In 1956 a new government in Egypt took control of the Suez canal and Britain - along with France - wanted it back. With the help of Israel a war was secretly planned…
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Sympathy For The Devil? – Our Assassination Special, Part 2 In our follow-up to the Part 1 episode, we examine the men that assassinated Mahatma Ghandi and Martin Luther King, Jr. Why did they do it? What made them tick? Why does our human society allow this? Our music is composed, preformed and produced by the genius John Hoekstra. You Tube https:…
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As he gets further into the Golden Globe race, Donald Crowhurst realises he's in trouble. He has not brought the right supplies, his boat is not watertight and he's sailing towards the most dangerous area of water on earth. He decides to take a gamble. If it goes right then he'll come home safe. If it goes wrong then he'll be branded a cheat and hi…
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On this week’s episode, Alicia and Nicole discuss “Quiet Luxury Skin” and whether it is the next skincare trend. Industry insiders say it is, but the ladies aren’t so sure! Listen in the find out what this trend actually is! Connect with us! Instagram: @skincareandscandals TikTok: @skincareandscandals Facebook: @skincareandscandals Web: skincareand…
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Two decades before he was arrested in 2008 on corruption charges while still serving as Illinois governor, Rod Blagojevich got his start in the dog-eat-dog world of Chicago politics under the tutelage of his mentor and father-in-law, Richard Mell. But after winning a seat in the Illinois house, Blagojevich chafes at his nickname, "Representative So…
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Princess Katherine has abdominal surgery. King Charles' prostate is checked. Queen Margrethe steps down in Denmark, in favor of her son Crown Prince Frederik. King Frederick made recent headlines when he was caught on an alleged date with a Spanish Socialite. Bad Surgeon premiered on Netflix featuring the scandalous ridden, nefarious Doctor Paolo M…
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She's the warrior queen who took on the mighty Roman Empire, but who really was Boudica? Separating facts from the myths we've read can be tricky, but thankfully Kate is joined by the wonderful Emma Southon, author of A History of the Roman Empire in 21 Women, to find out the truth and explore our most reliable sources. What happened when Boudica l…
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These are stories you were never meant to hear. The invisible but vital work of the world’s intelligence services: secret operatives playing to very different rules. The Spy Who, hosted by Indira Varma and Raza Jaffrey, takes you deep inside that shadow world to meet spies who risked everything in the national interest – or, sometimes, their own. S…
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At the start of a themed week this is one of the most celebrated imperial scandals of them all - the riotous misbehaviour of a wealthy expatriate community living in colonial Kenya which leads to a famous - and famously unsolved - murder in 1941. Later this week we get more political with a look at the famous ’Suez crisis’ of 1956. In the so-called…
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If you've seen the film Braveheart, you might have certain expectations about the real history of William Wallace. Separating fact from fiction can be tricky, but what do we really know about this iconic Scot, and the supposed relationships that sparked his rebellion against the English? Today Kate is joined by author and host of Gone Medieval, Ele…
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Comedian and actor Hugh Dennis joins Alice Levine on a race around the world. It’s the 1960s, and businessman, inventor and dreamer Donald Crowhurst is in serious financial trouble. He plans to pay off his debt and provide for his family not by getting a job, but by sailing around the globe. On launch day however, he has an unfinished boat and very…
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Journalist Justin Fenton covered the Gun Trace Task Force scandal for the Baltimore Sun. He sat through the trials and heard testimony from accused cops and their victims. He reported on the ripple effects of the scandal, in the police department and in the community. And then David Simon, creator of The Wire, called and asked Fenton to write a boo…
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The origins of the modern sex doll are shrouded in myth. Some say they came from crafty sailors in the 18th century, a long way from home and in need of, ahem, company. In today's episode, Kate is joined by Bo Ruberg, author of Sex Dolls At Sea: Imagined Histories of Sexual Technologies to uncover the truth. How were early sex dolls used to smuggle…
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In this episode, Alicia and Nicole discuss the most recent social media drama over Stanley cups. Is there really lead in them? And are they actually dangerous to use? Plus, we have a quick Super Bowl recap of one of the more interesting skincare commercials - is Michael Cera a skincare nepo baby?! Connect with us! Instagram: @skincareandscandals Ti…
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This week writer Anne de Courcy joins Andrew and Phil to discuss her extraordinary biography of Lord Snowdon, Antony Armstrong Jones, who was married to Princess Margaret for 18 tumultuous years. A gifted photographer, designer and charity entrepreneur, Lord Snowdon was also a notorious womaniser before, after and during his marriage. His relations…
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Medieval England was not subtle. Take sex work, for example. You knew exactly where to go, because the streets were labelled accordingly. Cokkes Lane, anyone? Not only that, but the areas were sanctioned by a Bishop. Yes, you read that correctly. Ever wondered how sex work was viewed in Medieval times? Were attitudes more progressive then than they…
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Replay from 2022. Our Valentine’s Day gift to our listeners. Ellie, Bernice and Thad attempt to peek under the skirt of America’s most shameful, chronic behavior issue. How did a society founded by religious puritans 400 years ago become so – yuck - pervy?! Is every allegation automatically justified? How do we purge our wicked behavior and thought…
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Christine Hart watched Mazher Mahmood at close range. As a fellow investigative reporter at News of the World in the 90s and 00s, she played roles including the sheikh’s wife, an arms dealer and a stripper. Christine tells Alice Levine what Mahmood was really like, and what he’s up to now. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Califor…
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The FBI's investigation into the Gun Trace Task Force, codenamed Broken Boundaries, finally leads to arrests. But for federal prosecutors to prove their case against these rogue cops, they need to find witnesses willing to testify against them. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privac…
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In January 1889, when Rudolf, the crown prince of Austria, was found dead in an Imperial hunting lodge alongside his 17 year old mistress, Baroness Mary Vestera, it triggered a monumental cover up, a crisis that shook the royal families of Europe, and changed the direction of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, one of the world’s great powers. Some believ…
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What do Alexa, Adolf and Karen have in common? They're all names that have plummeted in popularity. The most recent, Karen, is largely due to the meme-powered phenomenon of calling out white privilege by calling someone a 'Karen'. What is the history of calling out privilege in this way? Is this a force for good, or has it become sexist? Today Kate…
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What happened when medieval monks were told by the church that they had to be celibate? And how did their wives react? On today's episode, we're joined by Katherine Harvey, historian and author of The Fires of Lust: Sex in the Middle Ages, to take us back to the middle ages and answer the question: what was sex like in medieval times? This episode …
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Mazher Mahmood goes glam for his next undercover persona: Bollywood film producer. His latest victim is singer and X Factor judge, Tulisa. But when Tulisa takes legal action, the tables turn. Mahmood becomes the story. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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On this episode, Alicia and Nicole talk tips for testing out skincare and makeup products in stores. Is there a way to safely test out a product without being covered in bacteria?? Listen and find out! Connect with us! Instagram: @skincareandscandals TikTok: @skincareandscandals Facebook: @skincareandscandals Web: skincareandscandals.com Submit you…
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In the summer of 2016, Sergeant Wayne Jenkins gets his most prestigious assignment yet: heading up the Gun Trace Task Force, one of Baltimore’s best plainclothes units. It's the perfect cover for his increasingly illegal activities. But what Jenkins doesn't know is that the task force is already under investigation by federal authorities. See Priva…
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A packed episode featuring two of Britain’s most determined investigators. Andy Webb returns to the podcast to tell Andrew and Phil of new developments in his long-running battle to uncover the truth behind Martin Bashir’s interview with Diana, Princess of Wales. Newly released BBC emails - some heavily redacted - reveal the scale of a 25 year cove…
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Huntington Beach, 1977. Theresa Baxter's two daughters went to the beach. When they returned to their Huntington Beach home, their father told them their mother had run off with another man. The architect father was often agitated and prone to violent outbursts- he never reported their mother missing; even though Baxter's purse and license were lef…
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Welcome to Bishop Gray Academy, a world of high-stakes and cut-throat competition. Academy, a riveting coming-of-age audio drama co-produced by AT WILL MEDIA and Wondery, follows the story of Ava Richards, a scholarship student who transfers to Bishop Gray, one of the most elite and competitive boarding schools in America. As Ava tries to find her …
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Joining us today is writer, actor and all-round Charles Dickens superfan Miriam Margolyes. You might be familiar with Dickens' hugely popular stories and characters, but what influence did the women in his life have on them? Having written and starred in the play, Dickens Women, Miriam knows better than most the complicated relationships he had in …
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We mournfully acknowledge the assassinations/birthdays of 3 leaders of international fame, in January and February. They are Abraham Lincoln, Mahatma Ghandi, and Martin Luther King, Jr. But this episode is not about these great men – IT’S ABOUT THEIR KILLERS. Why did they do it? What made them tick? Why does our human society allow this? Part 1 foc…
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What comes to mind when you think of a neanderthal? Probably a hunched, hairy, grunting version of a man who’s shuffling around his cave some 40,000 years ago. How accurate is this reputation? What were their sex lives like? And how much did they go back to the caves of us Homo sapiens? Joining us is to explore the life and sex of neanderthals, is …
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Mahmood’s status as king of the sting is under threat. Phone hacking is a new tool that’s cheaper and easier than his elaborate ruses. So he doubles down. More stings, more disguises, more famous targets. Until one of those targets starts to fight back. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.c…
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On this episode, Alicia and Nicole take aim at a recent viral video by Kim Kardashian, in which she brags about having a tanning bed. Is there any legitimacy to her claims that tanning beds help her medical issues? Are they safe to use again? (Spoiler alert: no and no!) Connect with us! Instagram: @skincareandscandals TikTok: @skincareandscandals F…
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Following a series of questionable arrests, plainclothes detective Wayne Jenkins finds himself relegated to the desk duty. But when Baltimore is roiled by protests following the death of Freddie Gray at the hands of police, Jenkins seizes an opportunity to get back in the action - and bring more crooked cops into his orbit. See Privacy Policy at ht…
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We have two scandalous stories this week, but on a similar theme. Firstly our friend Dai Davies - former top royal protection officer - returns to the podcast to talk about how his former colleagues in the Metropolitan police have been dealing with royal scandals recently, and especially their interest (or lack of!) in certain allegations involving…
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Sean Flynn, son of the infamous playboy Errol Flynn, was an actor and a freelance photojournalist. In 1970, while on assignment in Cambodia, Sean and a colleague were captured by Communist guerrillas. Neither were seen again- Sean Flynn would be declared legally dead in 1984. If you enjoyed this episode, read about Famous People Whose Bodies Were N…
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How sexually depraved were the Romans? Whilst they were a civlised, stoic and innovative bunch, they were also a promiscuous bunch with very questionable morals. Joining us today is friend of the show Emma Southon, author of A History of the Roman Empire in 21 Women. How did the Romans view incest? What fate awaited the Vestal Virgins? And what wen…
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How did the Ancient Egyptians differ from us? In many ways they did, but in terms of sexuality, perhaps not so much. As we’ll find out, they were certainly partial to a filthy poem. Taking us on a journey back to this ancient world is Egyptologist Sarah Parcak. Amongst other things, she talks us through the Turin Papyrus - possibly the oldest depic…
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Andy King was the one person trying to save and salvage the Fyre Festival from becoming the scandalous debacle it turned out to be. The world got to know Andy in the Netflix documentary, and he shares new and scandalously delicious details of the behind-the-scenes chaos that was happening in the Bahamas and what Billy McFarlane was doing during his…
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Actress, comedian and podcaster Emily Lloyd-Saini joins Alice Levine on a journey to London’s Fleet Street. It's the 1980s and young Mazher Mahmood manages to bag a job at one of the UK's biggest newspapers. He has a talent for breaking stories, but he soon realises it’ll take more than good journalism to make his mark. In fact, it might not take m…
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According to Princess Diana, Prince Charles once asked her in a towering bad temper: ‘Am I to be the only Prince of Wales not to be allowed a mistress?’ Taking their cue from the landed aristocracy, British royals have for centuries ‘married for the dynasty’ then engaged in semi-official affairs - or even long term parallel relationships - with oth…
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Madonna's tardiness has annoyed her fans enough to file suit against her. Pauly Shore is begging Richard Simmons to be cool with him doing a movie on his life, and Snoop Dogg gets a nine-figure offer from Only Fans. These stories are in the mix for being the top celebrity scandal of the week. Subscribe to One Degree of Scandalous: www.youtube.com/@…
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In 2017, seven members of an elite Baltimore police unit called the Gun Trace Task Force were arrested and charged with robbery, extortion, fraud, and selling drugs seized during police operations. While some were quick to dismiss the arrests as a case of a few bad apples, a subsequent investigation revealed a culture of corruption within the Balti…
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