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Global News What Happened To...?
You’ve heard the stories. You’ve felt for the people involved. But what happens after the cameras shut off and the reporters walk away? Just because a story disappears from the news doesn’t mean it’s gone. So what happened to the nuclear disaster at Fukushima? or the trapped Chilean Miners? And did anything actually come out of the Ice Bucket Challenge? Join Global News reporter, Erica Vella on this unique history podcast as she takes you inside these stories and talks to the people at the heart of each one to find out exactly what’s happened since. 
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 382 ratings
Most excellent
A well researched podcast. Spoken well and perfectly delivered. Although I’d have enjoyed a #nonotoriety approach. Why name these diseased animals?
Caruso Haig via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/07/21
Voice is irritating
I like the premise of this podcast and first came in at the Zike virus episode. Lots of interesting information, but Erica needs to eliminate her vocal fry. It is so distracting that I began waiting for it instead of concentrating on the content.
1 of 7 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/02/21
Need more research
This is an enjoyable listen but if you’re looking for facts, the host can do us all a favor and research more. In the case of Haiti, the host mentions Bill Clinton under her breath and only once when we all know that the Clinton foundation received millions and millions and millions of donations...Read full review »
livs2laff via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/28/21
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