This is Curtain – a podcast where we pull back the blinds to shine a light on the darkest parts of our justice system and ask – who are the victims?Could an Aboriginal man who has served 25 years in prison for Murder be innocent?Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson
Dr Amanda Porter Part One
This week on Curtain, host Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson are joined by special guest Dr Amanda Porter, to discuss the 30th anniversary of the Royal Commission into Black Deaths in Custody and look at some recent and disturbing developments in policing in Australia.
Zak Grieve and the Cost of Innocence
In this episode of Curtain the Podcast hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson discuss the case of Zak Grieve, a young Aboriginal man serving a cruel sentence for a crime he didn't commit in the NT. Then the discussion turns to mandatory minimum sentences...
Update on Curtain & Reed, Plus Trump's Execution Spree
In this episode of Curtain the Podcast, we update you on the case of Kevin Henry and explain more about Qld's pardon process, bring you the latest news on Rodney Reed and his appearance on the ABC USA show 20/20, and discuss the current spree of Federal...
Part 2 - A Look Back Behind the Bars
Part 2 of a very special episode of Curtain the Podcast we are joined from Rockhampton by Sterling McQuire. Not only is he Co-Host Amy McQuire's father, he worked for decades at the prison in Rockhampton where Kevin Henry was held for nearly 30 years....
A Look Back Behind the Bars
In a very special episode of Curtain the Podcast we are joined from Rockhampton by Sterling McQuire. Not only is he Co-Host Amy McQuire's father, he worked for decades at the prison in Rockhampton where Kevin Henry was held for nearly 30 years. For the...
BlackLivesMatter and Black Deaths in Custody Special
In this episode of Curtain the Podcast, Co-Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson look at the wave of protests sweeping the world following the horrific killing of George Floyd by police. They examine similar cases in Australia, why the media is so inept...
Great Subject - badly recorded and edited
Super keen to keep listening but quality of the audio and the way music has been mixed makes it difficult to get through some of the episodes.