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Quarantined with Howie Severino: Police Protocol
Howie Severino talks to Atty. Rowena Daroy-Morales to discuss the case of Christine Dacera’s death.
Brigada: Lani Misalucha and her fight against bacterial meningitis
After contracting bacterial meningitis, "Asia's Nightingale" Lani Misalucha suffered from hearing difficulties that affected her singing career. Listen to her full interview with Kara David.
Brigada: The state of forensic pathology in the Philippines
With the death of flight attendant Christine Dacera, the state of forensic pathology and investigation in the country has been put in question. Listen to Filipina forensic pathologist Dr. Raquel Fortun's take on this issue.
Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho: Woman rescues dog from an oncoming train
Would you risk your life to save your dog? Rachelle, 19 years old, ran to rescue her dog Buddy from an oncoming train in Manila. Listen to the full story.
Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho: The case of Christine Dacera
Last January 1, flight attendant Christine Dacera was found dead in a bathtub at a hotel room in Makati City. According to the police, this is a case of rape and homicide. But several of the accused say that Dacera died of aneurysm. Listen to the full report.
Quarantined with Howie Severino: Red-tagging issue
In this episode, Lieutenant General Antonio Parlade Jr. and Kabataan party-list Representative Sarah Elago discuss the issue of red-tagging and its effects.
The episode "How Vietnam Contained COViD-19" was aggressively edited making it sound unnatural. What's wrong with the natural pauses that comes with regular story telling? Also why aren't the reporter's names mentioned in the piece? Good audio quality from the other episodes though, and that's expected from an organization like GMA news.