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Power: The Maxwells
Everyone’s heard of Ghislaine Maxwell (Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged partner in crime). But there’s a shadowy figure who hangs above her who you likely don’t know: her father, media tycoon Robert Maxwell. His rise from nothing to fall… from the deck of his super yacht under mysterious circumstances is straight out of a crime novel. His favorite daughter Ghislaine’s theory: her father was murdered. From Somethin’ Else, makers of ‘The Immaculate Deception’ and ‘The Fault Line: Bush, Blair and Iraq’, hosted by Investigative journalist Tara Palmeri, ‘Power: The Maxwells’ is a seven part series on...
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3.9 stars from 1,328 ratings
I know it’s not her fault but OMG, the host does not have a voice for podcasting, it feels a bit like telling a short person they aren’t ever going to become a runway model, it’s obviously not fair or nice but it’s just the way things are. It distracts from the content but unfortunately that...Read full review »
Herido84 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/22/21
Excellent
Really well researched and very interesting. The only downside? I wish the episodes were longer! Looking forward to the next episode
Angieluzza via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/21/21
Great content. What is this with all the comments about the presenter’s voice. It appears that people only like listening to English one!
pas 279 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/21/21
Recent Episodes
November 1991. Robert Maxwell is missing off his yacht in the Canary Islands. We hear from the photographer and journalist who accompanied his family in the immediate aftermath of his death.
Published 01/19/21
What was Robert Maxwell’s relationship with his youngest daughter Ghislaine like? And what effect did his shocking death have on her?
Published 01/11/21
Published 12/29/20
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