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What's Your Story Melbourne 

 

What’s Your Story Melbourne collects stories of Melbourne and Melbournians as ‘everyday literature’. The project features the diverse experiences and voices of the people who inhabit our city, highlights the wisdom and poetry in the stories of people we encounter in daily life, with the belief that every story matters. Resident writers Enza Gandolfo, Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa, Tobias McCorkell, Anne Harris and Stacy Holman-Jones interviewed Melbourne folks in and around Federation Square’s ‘Nook’. These stories have been gathered and wrapped in conversation, poetry and literature, and presented to you by producer Jess Fairfax, as part of the What's Your Story Melbourne podcast series.

Home Front 

 

Drama serial tracking the fortunes of a group of characters on the home front as they try to maintain normality while Britain is involved in the First World War.

Route 29 Stalker 

 

Between the years of 1996-2014, an unusually high number of women have fallen victim to disappearances and murders along the Route 29 corridor in Virginia calling the suspect the... Route 29 Stalker.

American Hysteria 

 

American Hysteria is a podcast exploring our moral panics, urban legends, and conspiracy theories, how they shape our psychology and culture, and why we end up believing them. Host Chelsey Weber-Smith explores the sometimes hilarious, sometimes distressing stories of modern and historical American freak-outs, why we fear the wrong things, and what these bizarre panics might be covering up.

Don't Talk to Strangers 

 

Don’t talk to Strangers – The Oakland County Child Murders is a limited run podcast focused on nine child murders that took place in and around south Oakland County between January 1, 1976 and March 16, 1977. Four of these murders appear to be the work of an as yet unidentified serial killer known as the Oakland County Child Killer.

Suspicion 

 

Three trials. Two husbands. One woman. Raynella Dossett Leath is a 70-year-old grandmother living quietly on a 15-acre farm in the Karns community of Knox County, Tennessee. Her life has been far from quiet. She has survived death – two husbands and a son – and prison. She might be a two-time "black widow" who had a third victim in her crosshairs. Despite being convicted once, she is a free woman.  In "Suspicion," we will take you through the deaths of Leath's two husbands, her trials and how she managed to escape a life sentence.