What an emotional situation told fairly with compassion. I feel so sad for the parents. A terrible injustice. The British “Justice” system is a farce. The Guildford Four, The Birmingham Six, Joe Steele, TC Campbell, Luke Mitchell. Too many people have spent or are still spending time in jails for...Read full review »
40th nickname attempt via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/24/20
Anyone who had access to tv or newspaper in the early to mid 80’s have heard the story of Azaria & the dingo. It has taken nearly 40 years for someone to take enough interest to retell the story in it’s entirety. It’s a story that shows the flaws in policing & human-kind when people...Read full review »
irunlykagirl via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/25/20
A truly shocking true story how could the Australian system get it so wrong. I feel very sorry for the chamberlains to have lost there child then to have lost there good names and Liberty. What a miscarriage of justice.
angharard via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/05/20
Brilliantly reported and utterly gripping. Such a tragedy it is a true story of a horrific miscarriage of justice. Can’t recommend this production highly enough.
53843265432109 via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 03/04/20
I did not know what I was letting myself in for, so many emotions covered listening to this, sometimes I could not believe it really happened. Excellent, really enjoyed.
Aten2019 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/18/20
This is the only interview my mother, Sally, has ever truly done and for this I thank you. John Buck has treated the event with the utmost sensitivity and respect it deserves. An amazing podcast, well done.
Chantelle Griffin via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/18/20
Thoroughly enjoyed this Podcast. Gripping, well made, quality journalism.
holldags via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/13/20
Excellent podcast. Honestly, Graeme Charlwood’s conduct, bias, and utter incompetence should have seen him land in prison for his witch-hunt on the chamberlains, specifically Lindy. Those phone calls were criminal. I remember being a child/teen at the time and feeling outraged by this case. Just...Read full review »
devia8 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/02/20
I didn’t know a lot about this case. Like in so many other cases, the media got things completely wrong but the public still believe the things that were written and said bout these parents. I read Michael Chamberlain was beaten 20 years after the tragedy by a man who still believed he was...Read full review »
Mrsmrfab via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/25/20
Great podcast- learnt so much more than I ever knew about this case. It’s a shame the sound quality on Lindy’s interview is so bad. Any chance you can fix it?
Naomi2204 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/22/20
I would of rated 5 stars if it wasn’t for the Lindy interview. The audio was shocking and a part of the interview was repeated. Other than that, very enjoyable listening.
Eh-Ma! via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/13/20
This is the probably the one podcast to listen to in 2020, thank you for going so in-depth in a case that had been widely covered all over the world.
Elisabeth82 via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 01/09/20
I can stop thinking about this podcast, especially about how easily momentum can gather around a ‘good story’ and how the foibles of a few hurt and embarrassed professionals can influence (and drive) such important matters. Thanks to the team for telling this story in such an engaging and...Read full review »
KLF27 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/09/20
Having followed it all while it was happening and reading books about it all, I thought I knew just about everything there was to know about this story. However I heard things I had never heard before. Still so angry at what they were put through. Hopefully a lot of lessons were learnt but there...Read full review »
Soozoo11 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/07/20
This is heartbreaking, such a terrible miscarriage of justice for a family who had already been through such a terrible tragedy. Told with such great detail and real care for the truth. I was fascinated by all the incredible reporting in this podcast. A must listen.
Mugelly via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/04/20
Great many botch ups. Some really interesting stuff at the end when that I hadn't heard before.Read full review »
grapsta1969 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/04/20
An excellent, captivating story. My husband and I binge listened to the first 10 episodes on a road trip through the NT, the scenery around us adding a visual aspect to the podcast. We were actually disappointed when we arrived at Katherine knowing we had to wait until the next day’s drive to...Read full review »
kerush4th via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/03/20
Sound quality atrocious in this episode
yommumma via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/02/20
Content is fascinating but please, before you do another podcast, google how to normalise your audio it is woeful.
Bencabbie72 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/30/19
This podcast is incredibly well done. And it shows a common flaw in judicial systems, people are people, and people hold bias. I found the interview with the police officer particularly disturbing. Even years later, when most of his so called evidence has been proven false, he is blind to his own...Read full review »
Anniepooh1954 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/30/19
Wow - this podcast highlights the idiots who couldn’t read between the lines of the rubbish that the media put out there - what a disgusting display of witch-hunting by people who should’ve really looked at themselves before they called others ‘weird’.
AnaTerraForma via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/30/19
Brilliantly delivered with reverence and compassion- what a tragedy that all this had happened at all Poor Lindy and Azaria’s family ...
magnatronic via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/29/19
Love how they are going through the actual facts the police patently ignored. As a Kiwi when it happened, and now living in Australia. I can totally believe this scenario of crucifying another woman over the death of her baby happening here. Kia Kaha Lindsay
K.Redwood via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/28/19
Insightful, thought provoking, well presented podcast.
Black_sheep79 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/28/19
I was a child when this all happened. What a tragedy it was. Thank you for producing this podcast to tell the truth. Best podcast I have listened to in a while.
Charlie bear 😊 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/18/19
Having a difficult time with the accents. Must keep rewinding to listen more closely to make out the narrative. Also, and this is a bigger gripe, they keep repeating segments of interviews from one episode to the next. It’s daunting. I already heard what this woman said on Day 1, why must it...Read full review »
Bschora via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/18/19
What a truely horrific, wrongful conviction. Our family was travelling through Australia in the 80’s when the inquest was in progress. It’s great to now have the facts. Highly recommended listening.
KimmySE via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 12/17/19
An excellent podcast. I thought I knew An excellent podcast. I thought I knew it all but you have revealed so much more and introduced some extraordinary people without whom Lindy might well still be languishing and the matinee jacket quietly stashed away. Far too many Australians wanted an...Read full review »
helonweels via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/16/19
I’m so impressed by the quality of detail offered, use of the historic recordings by Channel 7 and interviews with those who were involved. Such a heartbreak story of loss, of not giving up hope and perseverance by those who believed in the Chamberlains innocence. Excellent work !
mothtotheflame via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/13/19
Thank you for shining a light on our INJUSTICE system.
If-63 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/13/19
Having followed this case for many years with great interest, this podcast is very compelling listening. Great quality interviews and unprecedented access to audio never heard before. Amazing thank you
steve melbourbe via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/13/19
Volume levels are all over the show making it hard to listen to on headphones.
Lammiroo via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/09/19
I’m not even completely caught up but I’m compelled to write a review. Really well done. Presentation and production is amazing. Embarrassed that I ever laughed at “a dingo ate my baby” when I really had no idea of the story. My face flushed with embarrassment. This poor family. Thank you for...Read full review »
mrgkay via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/08/19
Well researched and heartbreaking story of how a wrongful conviction destroyed so many lives
shonainnewzealand via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 12/06/19
I have loved this podcast so well done .... absolutely captivates my attention. I was 12 when this happened but I passionately followed the story and always believed in the families innocence - I defended them to the letter when anyone spoke wrongfully of them .... I just knew at a heart level...Read full review »
Ruth-Kitty via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/05/19
From the first episode I was hooked, binged the rest in a day. Fascinating listening. I’m also amused at the 1 str reviews for this show, they need new “the dingo is innocent” T-shirt’s for Christmas.
Gazcubby via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/05/19
Good ole 1 sided, police bashing tripe.
Zodiac2323 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/03/19
How terrifying for this couple! Very well done podcast.
HairCC via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/01/19
I’m glad that you made this podcast - it doesn’t matter that the case is nearly 40 years old! As a new Australian in 1981, I was absolutely horrified that Lindy was found guilty! It was so very clear to anyone, that she was innocent! makes me so angry that so many people judged her, media...Read full review »
tabouriechick via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/29/19
Such a poor and biased opinion on such a important matter. Absolute shame .
Kemppikid via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/25/19
I was 9 years old when a dingo killed Azaria. I remember so much of this case. As a mother of 2 children, as a sister who’s baby sister died when she was four days old, I listen to this podcast with disgust, remorse and the upmost sympathy for the Chamberlains. As a nation we should apologise to...Read full review »
joehhay via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/23/19
I was a child when this happened. I remember my parents and their friends discussing it. Everyone thought she was guilty. I’m just so sad for Lindy. I’m sorry that this wasn’t investigated properly Lindy. You deserved more from your country. God Bless little Azaria.
JLS44 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/23/19
As a young child growing up in this time and remembering bits a pieces of the case listening to this podcast brings so much back, but now as a mother & 40 years older listening to it all again just leaves me gobsmaked. As for getting the podcast getting negative comments about the narrator...Read full review »
Mrs_Munro14 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/21/19
Why do they keep repeating them self’s Otherwise interesting listening, but o so sad By the way I’m the opposite of Sally Shaw I dislike txt messages
Paddymickie via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/20/19
Listening to this podcast over the last couple of days has put me through so many emotions, from Angry to feeling so sorry for Lindy and Michael. I feel like I need to apologise to them both for what they have been through and to think I believed what the media and Police and the story the...Read full review »
kyliekim53 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/19/19
Amazing, great Australian story.
ragarino via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/18/19
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