Used to be good. The producers are very narrow minded and repetitive with their story choices these days rather than covering the broader true crime genre like the show used to.
Inner-city yuppie via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/11/24
Interviewer grating and a genocide-denier
Nicky123ID via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 06/11/24
I do love this podcast, such a shame I have to boycott due to Mia Freedman supporting the IDF and genocide of Palestinian people.
Jesscatism via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/30/24
Hey Mamamia, Why don’t you report on the 35,000 civilians brutally murdered in Gaza?
ssarah91 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/17/24
Once again I felt quite frustrated with yet another episode. Another massive elephant in the room being ridiculously ignored. Had to stop listening to it, felt like shaking both of you Hello?? What’s with all the diplomacy and composure with the criminologists? Describing Keli so superficially...Read full review »
&@59 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/30/24
Keep up the great work. Karen Conti
Karen Conti via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/24/24
I usually enjoy these episodes but this one with Xanthe the criminologist seemed biased and aimed getting listeners to feel sorry for Kelli. I’ve folllowed this case for years and also watched the ABC’s documentary Exposed-Keli Lane. There is so much more about her actions, relationships, family...Read full review »
SunshineAnd Lolipops via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/17/24
I enjoy this podcast but the KL episode was weak. The guest was just as biased and offered nothing solid just conjecture and speculation.
Nomster86 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/17/24
I love the podcast and listen every week but I found the episode on Keli Lane frustrating and biased. It wanted the audience to feel sorry for Keli but where was the sympathy for baby Tegan, who was so carelessly discarded? Guest speaker said there is no evidence but didn’t mention that there...Read full review »
Rae Tre via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/12/24
Love the podcast. I do not always agree - ie Keli Lani not having a motive! She did!! She was motivated by possibility of being found out by parents and community! Love to hear all the views out there - awesome.
KerstKB via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/11/24
Been a bit boring this year, 2024 if I’m honest. The old episodes are BRILLIANT though.
Amara.O via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/11/24
Love Gemma as a host. The cases are great although, I really enjoyed the series where episodes were dedicated to female domestic violence and the author was guest speaking from her book “Look What You Made Me Do”. It shone a much needed light on the victims of domestic violence. It would be...Read full review »
marce w via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/02/24
"Absolutely captivating podcast! Each episode was a delight from start to finish. Gemma Bath shines brightly with her engaging voice, profound insights, and skillfully crafted questions. Her remarkable ability to balance compassion with factual rigor is truly commendable. Through her expert...Read full review »
Soulsoundduo via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/28/24
Having listened to many true crime podcasts over the years, I have to rate this one highly. I think I underestimated it at first and gave it a miss in favour of others. However I have been systematically working through all the episodes and have become impressed with and enjoy the compactness of...Read full review »
Soozoo11 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/26/24
Why show sympathy for her she made her choices!! She was happy to sell and try import drugs. What about those affected by her actions!!!
Jackierussel via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/17/24
I really enjoyed the interview with Bill Edgar. Seeing how he’s had a tough life but continues to soldier on is a pretty big thing considering the challenges he’s faced from a young fella. I’ve never been in a funeral while he’s been there but I reckon it would be great! Would be a hard thing...Read full review »
Modge1981 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/01/24
A simplistic version presented by Mr Crowley which is not supported by all the facts presented at trial of Sica. Just one example is the discovery of the foot prints. Mr Crowley is negligent in his commentary of exactly how detectives identified the foot prints evolved. Had he done more research...Read full review »
WarrenNoel via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/26/24
The host/interviewer comes across as a very naive, young, 15 yr old creating a podcast for a school project. Whilst I expect the episode guest to at minimum, give a sarcastic response, they always answer each question calmly. I’m imagining they at least roll their eyes at some points. The...Read full review »
TissyOpie via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/25/24
Terrible, over dramatic narration spoils the stories.
Freddie Nirk via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/18/24
Used to be my fav crime pod but not liking it anymore. Missing the old eps on homicide cases with the detectives or journalist on to explain all of the details, these days it’s just overseas cases or interviews about a job in that field. Boring
Sophiefran via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/15/24
This is one of my favourite podcasts . I listen to so many across the board podcasts and I really like the way this is presented with the interviewer not speaking over the guest . Totall recommend 💯
JoTaylorKupu via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 01/24/24
Best true crime podcast by far 👌🏽👌🏽👌🏽
J.W.231390 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/21/24
This is easily my favourite true crime pod.
Sofie_1 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/18/24
Tragic story I don’t know what I would think if one of my family members went though what Louise had
👏🏼💐 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/21/23
Police don’t listen to anyone the think they know everything and it’s the same for lawyers regardless of your race or colour 🤯
bigben08317 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/26/23
Listen to this podcast. It's really, really good.Read full review »
fledanow via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 10/20/23
We here in Australia do not like to seperate on lines of race, heritage, colour or religion. We are all equal… and that’s a noble thing… You activists have become so lost in your objectives that you are forcing tribalism and indirect racism. In fact it didn’t truely exist in this country but you...Read full review »
no middle names via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/19/23
I couldn’t get past the drawn out over the top intro. There’s enough good content in the subject matter to be padding and hyping.
cleat_s via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/29/23
Pretty good podcast I have almost listened to every episode up to date. Go for a lengthy amount of time which I love! Have heard some negative things about this podcast, ripping other podcasts off, making stories up etc which makes me a bit iffy if I still want to be a listener or not..
Tayla1996 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/17/23
Couldn't get past acknowledgment, if we are going to acknowledge something why not our diggers and people who have died for our country. Sick of thisRead full review »
J.Beeby via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/14/23
As well presented as any other crime podcasts from around the world. Great effort.
marilbeth via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/04/23
Absolutely brilliant since Clare’s taken the reins. Every episode is riveting
MinnieC16H via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/26/23
Such a good podcast but lately it is revisiting same old cases.
HélèneAC via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/19/23
Such a sad story. A policeman friend who played a major roll in the Darcey Freeman case had to seek professional help to learn how to cope with her case and how it affected him. After all these years he struggles to discuss the case. May she rest in peace.
pungooer via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/10/23
Been on the binge 🤣 been up till midnight the past 2 nights because I just can’t stop! Than it’s on from the moment I wake up! LOVE the work
Kiaraaughey via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/28/23
Fascinating content, but it’s very hard to find podcasts by journalist, that do not consist of them interviewing other journalists. I don’t want to hear from the journalist, I want to hear from people actually involved in the situation. In the case of true crime, that maybe police, legal...Read full review »
shaquana flame via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/17/23
When it’s a male criminal the show is reported so well but when it’s a woman more often than not they make excuses often blaming someone else. It’s obvious and takes away credibility from this show. It’s quite comical to see the bias. They blamed a man for a female prison guard being involved in...Read full review »
Manesh de Silva via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/15/23
Once you start pushing vaccines and woke welcome to country then you e clearly lost your way.
Ports68 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/11/23
Oh please please shorten your questions - one question at a time!!! And stop using the word ‘because’ in your questions. Just make the statement then ask the question. Love the topics but the interview style drives me crazy.
OhMads via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/07/23
This is amazing best I have heard keep it up
What for poop and poop via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/24/23
Hi, I’m sure your podcast is great. However, Margaret Cunneen is a terrible person who retraumatizes sexual assault victims in court just so she can receive the big bucks. Shame you had her on your latest episode, she makes me sick.
bertiepoler_ via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/24/23
So interesting. Love the format. Keep up the great work!
MRSMAHONEY80 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/21/23
Love the way this is told. This podcast is my go to because it’s good!
topher&ifer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/08/23
My heart goes out to Kathleen (spelling). Similar things have happened in Sweden with babies with, I think it is, brittle bones. I hope she is adjusting to life outside. Thanks again for good journalism.
polyorea via Apple Podcasts · Sweden · 06/08/23
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