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  • A Very Fatal Murder is a terrific true crime spoof. It makes for great binge listening, totalling just a little over an hour in all. That way you get to digest all of its podcast advertising and true crime podcast send-ups in one delicious bite.

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    It's Hot

    This is as described - a freewheeling conversation - and because of that, the insights and in-depth analysis offered by the hosts and their guests are very accessible to the listener. These are not interviews but engaging interactions between the various players involved in these informative exchanges. If you're interested in the views of those with behind-the-scenes knowledge of the workings of US politics, then listen-up to these discussions about the machinations and likely implications of what's happening NOW.

  • Trace - Trace

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    True Crime Cold Case

    Finally, voice is given to the murdered Melbourne Bookshop proprietor’s sons who were only youths at the time of their mother’s brutalisation. Also, at least one previously believed ‘fact’ is overturned as a result of this exploration.

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  • It's Not

    I can't really comment on this podcast as a whole, as the episodes I did listen to, I found irritating rather than funny.

  • A Very Fatal Murder is a terrific true crime spoof. It makes for great binge listening, totalling just a little over an hour in all. That way you get to digest all of its podcast advertising and true crime podcast send-ups in one delicious bite.

  • It's Hot

    Informative and Entertaining

    The conversations presented on this podcast are very wide ranging, featuring guests with differing specialties or interests. Hence, the topics covered are very diverse. They're explored with interest and engagement and also without too much heavy handedness which is an approach that makes for easy listening. This is a podcast to return to again and again.

  • Pod Save America

    It's Hot

    This is as described - a freewheeling conversation - and because of that, the insights and in-depth analysis offered by the hosts and their guests are very accessible to the listener. These are not interviews but engaging interactions between the various players involved in these informative exchanges. If you're interested in the views of those with behind-the-scenes knowledge of the workings of US politics, then listen-up to these discussions about the machinations and likely implications of what's happening NOW.

  • Trace - Trace

    It's Hot

    True Crime Cold Case

    Finally, voice is given to the murdered Melbourne Bookshop proprietor’s sons who were only youths at the time of their mother’s brutalisation. Also, at least one previously believed ‘fact’ is overturned as a result of this exploration.

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    Bite Size Chunks of Time Very Well Spent

    This podcast consists of the individual items from the range of insightful points of view about local and world current affairs and on matters of general interest contained in the Saturday Extra - Full Program podcast. It facilitates speedy access to each of the conversations and panel discussions conducted by the program’s compere, Geraldine Doogue (who exemplifies insightful research and interview skills, delivered in a warm, engaging and thoughtfully balanced manner), and to the diverse items of interest from many different sources on a range of significant topical, historical and/or cultural issues. As personal selections, and running generally at less than 30 minutes each, mostly at only 10-15 minutes in length, these are very tasty listening morsels indeed.