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Police Tape
Real police. Real stories. In their own words. We go behind the police tape with five police officers as they reveal the incredible true tales behind some of Australia's most extraordinary criminal cases. Unscripted, unedited in a no-holds-barred debrief with host Merrick Watts and The Daily Telegraph's crime editor Mark Morri.
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Ratings & Reviews
3.0 stars from 278 ratings
Fascinating but OTT backing music
Great content, fascinating interviews, but please get rid of the infuriating background music, it creates useless suspense and distracts from the important things being said.
Alanna_Aye via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/17/19
5 stars and 2 thumbs up
Excellent production and for a new podcast I reckon Merrick does a great job. I look forward to future episodes 👍
Marjay02 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/15/19
Please stop the stupid music!
It’s tough to pinpoint what exactly is wrong with this podcast? Would it help if it was more conversational rather than just a million “pointed” over dramatised questions? Or could it just be a matter of quitting the stupid “suspenseful” background music that’s so distracting?? JUST STOP...Read full review »
MisMel83 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/15/19
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