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David Marr is an excellent writer and public speaker. I would have given this 5 stars except that on listening to this wonderful podcast, one might think that girls have never suffered. As an ex-catholic, whose uncle was a priest and friend of the Bishop of Ballarat, and whose Aunt was a nun in a Catholic orphanage, and later on a Catholic reformatory in Melbourne, I know much about what went on amongst the religious in the fifties. I know of what happened to a classmate when she was impregnated by a priest and how all the Ballarat clergy knew about it. What happened to her was tragic, but covered up by the church, of course. There are still many stories out there. Patricia
seedybee via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/06/18
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Thank you David. Thank you thank you thank you. My case file went up against the royal commission. I hadn't said anything yet. I'm not in the middle of a lengthy court case to get justice and I'll always regret that I didn't contact the royal commission before it was too late....Read full review »
stephbainexx via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/11/17
This podcast provides good analysis of the trials and is thoughtful and well-researched. I think much of the material is also published as articles by Melissa Davey and/or David Marr, but the podcast provides a different format for listening to that information. It is especially useful in...Read full review »
XmasUnicorn via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/14/19
David Marr is clearly in love with the sound of his own voice. This is 2019. Try sounding like a real person. You're an anachronism. Couple that with the adolescent interpretation of complex social issues of the young woman sidekick, the presentation is constantly annoying.Read full review »
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