25 years after the crimes that ignited the "Trial of the Century" Kim Goldman, sister of murder victim Ron Goldman, is digging deep into the vicious crime that changed her life, and many others, forever. Thrust into the public eye at the age of 22, Kim was devastated when OJ Simpson was found not guilty of the murders of his ex-wife Nicole and her brother Ron. There has been much debate and confusion about what really happened the night of those brutal murders and for the first time Kim gets answers to questions that have been haunting her since the trial. She sits down with prosecutors, investigators, and witnesses who never got to speak and jurors who voted not guilty. In this 10-part series, Kim takes you on a journey as she reclaims and reflects on the part of her life that was changed permanently.
Wondery Presents: Bunga Bunga
Silvio Berlusconi was a charismatic multi-millionaire real-estate mogul who upended the Italian political order and hypnotized an entire nation. He was the longest-serving prime minister of one of the world’s wealthiest countries, until he was brought down by three powerful women - and two words: “Bunga Bunga.” From Wondery, the makers of Dirty John and The Shrink Next Door, and hosted by comedian Whitney Cummings, “Bunga Bunga” is an eight part series on the incredible true story of the rise and fall of Silvio Berlusconi, told with Whitney’s signature wit and style.
Listen to Podcast: wondery.fm/OJ_BB
Bonus: Love and Grief
This bonus episode is a further conversation between Kim and David Kessler, an expert in grief who contributed to Episode 10.
Bonus: A Dialogue about Domestic Violence
In this bonus episode, Kim has a conversation about domestic violence with lawyer, author, and clinical therapist Robin Sax.
Bonus: The Defense’s Defense
In this bonus episode, Kim speaks with the defense team's private investigator, Patrick McKenna.
Love Must Be Witnessed
In the tenth episode of Confronting we focus on grief and reflection. The Goldmans have carried grief with them every day for the last 25 years and in this episode Kim talks to grief expert David Kessler. Kim shares with David how she’s dealt with the loss of her brother and how she has been able to move forward while still holding on to his memory. Together they discuss loss, healing and how grief looks different for all of us. Kim reflects with both Fred and Nancy on her journey and how Confronting has impacted her.
Living in Violence
Enough is enough. Celebrities have always been held to a different standard of the law. In this story, that fact holds true. Simpson was able to skirt the law, even after his track record of his abuse and battery of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown. On this episode of Confronting, Kim explores the difficult and complex subject of domestic violence. Kim speaks with a close friend of Nicole Brown as well as with the advocate from the City of Los Angeles who handled Nicole’s case over 30 years ago. Finally, Kim speaks with policy expert Esta Soler, the founder of Futures Without Violence, who continues to fight for reforms around domestic violence in our criminal justice system and our culture.
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Loved this podcast, couldn’t stop listening. I was impressed with the hosts and many of the guests who were interviewed - everyone was well spoken and shared very insightful thoughts. I particularly appreciated hearing from the experts in domestic violence and grief. Excellent podcast! Informative and engaging.
The best so far ❤️
Episode 6 is absolutely outrageous and I kept saying out loud “how ridiculous”. Oj’s lawyer is a pompous mouth piece. Jesus.
Get it Goldman!
Howard Stern brought me here after I sat in my car in my parking garage at work, unable to turn her interview off. This is such an engaging, enlightening podcast. The way Kim approaches this subject so sensitively and openly is remarkable, and brings me to tears consistently. I had to listen to Christopher Darden talking about what Kim would do if she met the killer twice.