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Camille Bianchi
The Nurse
A nurse lives in a quiet town in Tasmania, Australia. He spends his life working with children and is the ultimate father figure, but he has a dark secret. People who still hold positions of power protected him. They are still protecting others.Hear from childhood sexual assault survivors sharing their stories for the first time, and know that there are countless others waiting to be heard. If you have any tips, information contact
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Ratings & Reviews
4.3 stars from 545 ratings
Poorly told
I persisted only because I knew the nurse involved. The episodes and information are repetitive, the narrator puts herself too much into the story and makes unnecessary comments , and there are things poorly researched. Small things like this really detracted from the telling of the story. The...Read full review »
schrist7 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/31/20
A very interesting and important story that should have been more widely reported. The narrator does an OK job but there is a lot of repetition, speaks too quickly, trying to be a bit too cool rather than professional when speaking about important topics such as workplace reporting eg. “if that...Read full review »
MissKellyAlana via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/28/20
Appalling crimes
Didn’t quite finish it but was appalled at this man’s crimes! Thanks for bringing us the story.
Natgsreview via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/21/20
Recent Episodes
On December 17, the Tasmanian Government released a draft for the Terms of Reference for its Commission of Inquiry into Childhood Sexual Abuse in Insitutions. Basically this document is a guide as to what a Commission (think of it as a court) will investigate. It's hugely important to know the...
Published 12/21/20
It started with a phone call, sent by the whistle blower I had intended you to meet. I wanted to wrap series one of The Nurse with a neat bow, ending it the way it began. But life is messy and things aren't black and white, so this isn't the episode I intended to write. Maybe one day we will meet...
Published 11/30/20
Jim Griffin worked as a maintenance officer at the University of Tasmania for around a decade in the 80s and 90s. So why is that relevant now? And what does it mean for those who were on the campus when he had the keys? Tasmania Police are ready to deal with reports that relate to any criminal...
Published 11/23/20
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