GOLD MEDAL, NEW YORK FESTIVALS RADIO AWARDS 2018.
The true stories of New Zealand's missing people. Paloma Migone digs into the cold cases of those who never came home.
RNZ and Stuff present Gone Fishing
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The Lost: Francesca Martin
In episode five, Fran Martin popped out to the petrol station in Hamilton in 2005, bought cigarettes and wasn't seen again. Her father, Bob, has spent his life savings looking for her.
The Lost: Jefferie Hill
In episode four, two year-old Jefferie Hill went outside to play, saying "I won't go away Mummy". So how does mum Jo Reynolds and his family deal with the fact they've never seen him again? What happened to him?
The Lost: Jim Donnelly
In episode three, Tracey Donnelly says her husband Jim's disappearance is illogical and 13 years on still believes there are answers to be found - in the Glenbrook Steel Mill.
The Lost: Judith Yorke
In episode two, Shannel Yorke struggles to remember her mother, Judith, who disappeared in 1992, and retired cop Alan Collin talks of his determination to find peace for the family
The Lost: Kirsa Jensen
Paloma Migone digs into the cold cases of those who never came home. In episode one, Robyn Jensen says she'll never give up hope of finding her daughter, Kirsa.
Worth a listen! Great narrator.
A good podcast with a great narrator. More please.
Would love more episodes of this series. It’s well balanced, has a variety of cases, and is always interesting. The final episode was a bit underdone but still good. Well worth a listen! Thanks RNZ.