Just how much of the story of ‘how you came to be’ makes up who you are? It's not a question most people think about, but for journalist, Nina Young, it's a question she can't avoid because she might not be here today if a woman hadn’t lost her life late one night in the bush in 1977. In this six-part podcast, she's going to finally let the skeletons out of her family closet and find out the truth. A truth that will take her back to the scene of the crime and face to face with some uncomfortable truths. To find read more visit http://www.myfatherthemurderer.com.au
Introducing - I Swear I Never
Have you ever found yourself in a situation, you swear you never could have predicted? A situation so far from the ordinary that even remembering it feels surreal? Season 2 of I Swear I Never is publishing now, you'll hear from Peter, an ex homicide detective haunted by his past, Tina, a mum who hit rock bottom after a prescription drug addiction and Amber, a pregnant woman who went out to dinner during a pandemic and got more than what she ordered. Search I Swear I Never wherever you get your podcasts.
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Those Left Behind (Episode 5 Part 2)
After walking in the footsteps of an outsider and chasing ghosts, it's time to really see the damage left behind. Nina has a final me...
Back To The Beginning (Episode 5 Part 1)
In a quest to find out more about her father's crime, Nina travels to Norseman, a remote outback town that bears the...
What would life have been like if Nina had grown up with her father? One person knows all too well - because it's a
life he l...
The Reality Of Heathcliff
What started as a forbidden romance within the walls of Fremantle Prison became a razor's edge of danger once
Love isn't always written in the stars. When it is, it isn't always good for you. What does it feel like to discover that
Very well put together
I found the production and writing really amateurish and protected, particularly given the creator is a journalist. I found it really boring and gave up after the second episode.
Very much enjoyed but need more…
I enjoyed your story very much. Was a bit surprised by your letter to Alan at the end. Why did you call him Dad when you emphasised that your stepfather was absolutely your father in every sense of the word? You’ve been fortunate in that you’ve had an educated, stable, privileged life that contrasts the lives of many others that experience DV & associated trauma. Will you maintain contact with Conan & attempt to provide support to him? Loved that you traveled to the scene of the crime to investigate. Would love to know if you make contact with Alan. Please continue your story.