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Beenham Valley Road is a true crime podcast taking a look into the tragic murder of 27 yr old Kirra McLoughlin, from Wolvi, Queensland. Hosted by two ex cops who actually met Kirra.

Beenham Valley Road Six10 Media Group

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Beenham Valley Road is a true crime podcast taking a look into the tragic murder of 27 yr old Kirra McLoughlin, from Wolvi, Queensland. Hosted by two ex cops who actually met Kirra.

    Announcement

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    • 1 min.
    Introducing - Who Killed Leanne Holland? Chapter 1 'A Poisoned Chalice'

    Introducing - Who Killed Leanne Holland? Chapter 1 'A Poisoned Chalice'

    In this exciting chapter Jamie and Graeme outline what the listener can expect to hear in following chapters. A murder that Qld police has claimed is solved and the file closed; but evidence suggests otherwise. And there are other suspects. The police hold a review but steadfastly refuse to release the results. The community is polarised as to guilt or innocence of the accused. From the makers of BVR., this is Who Killed Leanne Holland? Subscribe now!
     
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    • 34 min.
    Introducing 'Who Killed Leanne Holland?' by Six10 Media

    Introducing 'Who Killed Leanne Holland?' by Six10 Media

    Leanne Holland was just shy of her 13th birthday when she was brutally murdered. Her accused killer spent nearly 15 years behind bars before his conviction was quashed. So the question remains; who killed leanne Holland?
     
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    • 2 min.
    End of the Road

    End of the Road

    The final regular episode of BVR. Jamie talks with another person who was at Kirra's house on that July night in 2014. Another person comes forward with some information that could be case changing. Stay tuned for future episodes pending any developments.


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    This podcasts talks about domestic violence, death and adult themes and contains course language.


    If you need help or are affected by such issues please contact your nearest help centre such as Lifeline in 13 11 14 or DV connect on 1800 811 811. If you are in serious danger call 000 or 911 or whatever the emergency number is in your area. Listener discretion is advised.

     
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    • 54 min.
    'Graeme'

    'Graeme'

    Jamie talks with Graeme, who is an ex police officer and private investigator about BVR and another case he is still investigating. A future podcast is on the cards...Graeme provides some clarity in relation to coronial matters and asks the listeners a favour. The final episode of BVR will be out in a matter of days.

     
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    • 17 min.
    Plog 'Tom'

    Plog 'Tom'

    Jamie chats to Tom all things BVR; Tom goes into a little more depth as to why he had to take a step back.

     
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    • 33 min.

Klantrecensies

3.7 van 5
3 beoordelingen

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Ebvdv ,

Nice try but too many rooky mistakes

Would skip the shake out episodes, they are totally unnecessary and not interesting at all. Interviewing a person in a loud pub: not the best idea. Interviewing someone that keeps rambling for minutes long and it impossible to follow: also not the best idea. Add the constant bleeping for names that can’t be heard and it makes it impossible to listen to. The telephone calls between the producers: amateuristic, especially when you keep refering to each other as ‘dude’. And the constant ‘hmm’ when someone’s talking is annoying. You can do that in normal concersations, but if you’re recording a podcast it’s distracting from what the person is trying to tell. Sorry, but you’ll need to learn a lot.

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