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Black Sheep
2021 VOYAGER AWARDS WINNER - BEST EPISODIC PODCAST. The shady, controversial and sometimes downright villainous characters of New Zealand history, presented by William Ray.
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4.7 stars from 992 ratings
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1wedfs4345 via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 09/13/21
Black Sheep
Having listened to a number of podcasts in this series, there’s a clear revisionist agenda both within the narrative or the episodes and the selection of ‘subjects’ scrutinised. Are we really to believe that of the 45 or so episodes to date, the fact that only 2 of these ‘ratbags’ being...Read full review »
dustybooktragic via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 08/26/21
Little gem!
Just discovered this little gem and binged the first season, I have decided to go slower to enjoy the next. Hope not much changed and it kept its great compact format, individuality and factual research. Thanks.
HélèneAC via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/20/21
Recent Episodes
When Eric Mareo was convicted of murder for a second time, the judgewrote to the Attorney General raising grave concerns about the verdict. In this episode, we look at how prejudice and sensationalist media might have seen an innocent man sentenced to death.
Published 05/23/21
Kiwis rose to their feet and cheered when the flamboyant orchestra conductor Eric Mareo was found guilty of murdering his wife in 1936. But 85 years later, the verdict seems less certain. Was justice done? Or was Mareo an innocent man? RNZ's Black Sheep podcast investigates.
Published 05/16/21
George Wilder is an accidental folk hero. He never sought the spotlight, but his three escapes from prison in the 1960s made him a national sensation. Black Sheep investigates his story.
Published 05/09/21
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