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The original true crime review podcast that looks at other podcasts, TV, and pop culture. True crime authors and real-life couple Rebecca Lavoie and Kevin Flynn hold a pop-culture round table with noir novelist Toby Ball and journalist-turned-investigator Lara Bricker. The panel chats about other podcasts (including 'Serial') as well as journalism, storytelling, TV shows and films, and the special segment, 'Crime of the Week.' Show website: crimewriterson.com. Follow the show on Twitter @cri ...
 
Narcissist Apocalypse gives a voice to survivors of toxic relationships, narcissistic abuse & domestic abuse. Our host, Brandon Chadwick, chats with survivors about growing up in dysfunctional homes, codependency, coercive control, addiction, divorce and co-parenting, intimate partner violence, abuser pathology, and much, much more. For survivors, we guarantee you'll feel less alone. And for true crime fans, you'll learn about why people stay and the manipulation tactics used to keep them there.
 
Everyone’s heard of Ghislaine Maxwell (Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged partner in crime). But there’s a shadowy figure who hangs above her who you likely don’t know: her father, media tycoon Robert Maxwell. His rise from nothing to fall… from the deck of his super yacht under mysterious circumstances is straight out of a crime novel. His favorite daughter Ghislaine’s theory: her father was murdered. From Somethin’ Else, makers of ‘The Immaculate Deception’ and ‘The Fault Line: Bush, Blair and Iraq ...
 
A podcast about the first time you...publish a book. One part reality show, one part writers’ master class. Debut novelists Katherine Collette and Kate Mildenhall get practical advice from Australian writers on all the firsts: agents, editors, social media, reviews and if you need to get your nails done to match your book cover. And Kate makes Katherine spill the beans on all her feels in the lead up to the September launch of Katherine’s debut novel, The Helpline. The First Time podcast is ...
 
Get a glimpse of life behind the badge from real law enforcement officers. The podcast version of the syndicated Law Enforcement Today Radio Show, with 50 affiliate US radio stations and growing. Plus, law enforcement officers, first responders, military veterans, victims of crime and their families tell their stories of the trauma they experienced and most importantly how they built the new lives they wanted afterwards. This is the bi-weekly podcast that is best described as part True Crime ...
 
The podcast that looks at everything that is weird and wonderful about everyone's favorite DIY network. Host Rebecca Lavoie talks to all kinds of people (including complete strangers!) about HGTV shows and the trends they represent, from those awful Tiny House Hunters to Fixer Upper's miraculous re-brand of Waco to the never-ending controversy about which Property Brother *really* does the heavy lifting. Want to share your thoughts about HGTV? Call Rebecca's podcast hotline at 725-333-2241 o ...
 
Whether you are someone who is just starting your podcast for the first time or you're a seasoned podcaster looking to step up your game, this podcast is going to take you to the next level. 20+ year radio veteran and podcast producer, Shannon Hernandez (The Shan Man), bridges the gap of radio broadcasting and podcasting together to help content creators build programs that grow your podcast audience and compete with some of the bigger names in podcasting. You will learn how to build a socia ...
 
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I was taking care of customers at the store, when I sensed someone behind me that said, give me all of the money, do what I say and no one will get hurt. During the robbery, he also walked all of us to the back room, I didn't know if we were all going to be killed. He locked us in the back room and we didn't know if he left... Someone hadn't given …
 
Brandon talks with HG Tudor, about the three schools of narcissists, control tactics, and perspectives. Plus they discuss, cadres, classes, half truths, coparenting, psychopaths vs. narcissists, types of control, grey rock, and much more. A very valuable episode. HG Tudor website can be found at https://narcsite.com HG Tudor Youtube channel is http…
 
It became very apparent that the event was much different for my Dad. That day and the months afterwards affected him, and all the first responder families from our neighborhood. I'm not going to take this anti-cop rhetoric and attacks anymore, there stories, our stories must be told. 9-11 From An NYPD Detective’s Daughter, Her Life After. Her book…
 
Someone is secretly videotaping ballerinas having sex. SVU then discovers the dancers are being blackmailed into getting prime roles if they sleep with the highest bidder at the gala auction. Cue the undercover sting! We're talking about SVU season 21 episode 17 "Dance, Lies and Videotape." Our guest is June Thomas from Slate's Working podcast. Thi…
 
In season two of Campside Media’s “Chameleon: High Rollers,” host Trevor Aaronson takes listeners inside the FBI’s ill-fated Operation Botox. The podcast promises a tale of love triangles, gun runners, exotic dancers, wrongful prosecutions, and a pair of agents having too much fun undercover in Sin City. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEWS OF "CHAMELEON: …
 
Brandon talks with Alma about her toxic relationship with a future faking conman. It’s a story of grand gestures, elaborate scenes, victim playing, and constant little lies. Plus they discuss, belief systems, coping versus doing the work, serial narcissist dating, Osama Bin Laden, testing boundaries, overwhelming love bombs, guilt, body image, infi…
 
Kate and Katherine talk about what they've been doing, which is not a lot. Kate is considering egging someone and needs a personal assistant. Katherine is reading a lot of Maeve Binchy and... No, that's it. Just a LOT of Maeve. Check out show notes for this episode on our website www.thefirsttimepodcast.com or get in touch via Twitter (@thefirsttim…
 
Police work was the perfect transition for me after leaving the military. We were and are one of the busiest bomb squads in the Country. An Inside Look at being a Police Bomb Squad Tech. Plus, on scene at the nation's longest prison hostage crisis. Ken Emerson is our guest. Ken is a retired Trooper from the Arizona D.P.S. He retired as part of thei…
 
Brandon talks with Bill Eddy, LCSW Esq. about coparenting with high conflict individuals, gatekeeping, custody, parental alienation, triggers, and court. Bill Eddy developed the high conflict personality theory to explain the driving forces behind people who present the most challenging behaviors. He is an expert on managing disputes involving high…
 
I've worked in Law Enforcement for 46 years. My time as a police cadet as a teenager sparked my interest in a career in Law Enforcement. Public Safety Cadets, A Win - Win For Teens, Parents and The Community. Kent Jefferies is our guest. He is a retired Federal Law Enforcement Officer and is the President of the Public Safety Cadets. The Public Saf…
 
As the team moves to its biweekly summer schedule, enjoy this rewind of a classic CWO review. In season two of CBC’s Missing and Murdered: Finding Cleo, Connie Walker searches for a Cree girl who vanished after being adopted into an American family. Will she skillfully tie the tale to the heartbreaking story of Canada's "Sixties Scoop"? What did th…
 
Brandon talks with Aurora about her abusive marriage to a covert narcissist. It’s a story of trauma responses, future faking, coming out, and changing abuse tactics. Plus they discuss, financial abuse, faith based abuse, physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, gaslighting, stonewalling, silent treatments, postpartum depression, shame, LGBTQ …
 
Kate speaks to Melbourne crime writer Iain Ryan, author of The Spiral. They discuss the rules of crime fiction, writing to the point of shame, self publishing vs traditional publishing and the Taylor Swift Theory. There is a some explicit content at the 20 minute mark, so maybe keep those earpods in! Kate also laughs. A lot. Check out show notes fo…
 
We had to move because protestors were at our house threatening us after our information was leaked. I know his character and he would never have done what they allege. The Prosecution of her Police Officer Husband. Is it politically motivated? Christina Dages is our guest. Christina's husband Matthew Dages was a police officer with the La Mesa Cal…
 
Godfrey Reggio, director of the Qatsi Trilogy (Koyaanisqatsi, Powaqatsi, Naqoyqatsi), Anima Mundi, Evidence, Visitors, and many others, joins us to speak about his life and journey as a filmmaker. Also, Parry completely geeks out speaking with someone who changed his perceptions of film, society, and Twinkies*. *A deep cut Koyaanisqatsi reference n…
 
Brandon chats with family law attorney, Lloyd Malech about how you can unwind bad court rulings, positive mindsets, protective orders, establishing momentum, lawyer affordability, representing yourself in court, trial strategies, and much more. Lloyd Malech can be reached at https://malechlaw.com Domestic Violence Hotline Number - 1.800.799.SAFE Jo…
 
The defense and media implied that I had tunnel vision and ignored facts... I remember every little aspect of the shooting, including the descriptions of people that I passed during the pursuit. Shattering Myths, Lies and Stereotypes About Police. Including His Officer Involved Shooting. Anthony McNeil is our guest. He is a retired Police Officer f…
 
After the brazen murder of a travel agent, Mike Logan and Phil Cerreta are on the hunt for a Columbian hit man who's "sending a message." During the investigation, Cerreta is shot by a twitchy illegal gun dealer in an undercover sting gone wrong. By the episode's bone-chilling ending, virtually everyone is dead: the travel agent, the wife, the gran…
 
Christopher Vaughn was convicted for the 2007 killings of his wife and children in the family minivan. The iHeart podcast "Murder in Illinois" looks into whether someone else was responsible and an innocent man is in prison. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "MURDER IN ILLINOIS" GO TO MINUTE 29:00 The killing of a teen in a Spanish seaside village and…
 
Brandon talks with Shilo about growing up in an enmeshed family, which evolved into marrying a faith based abuser. It’s a sinister story of scapegoats, puppet masters, smear campaigns, and toxic therapists. Plus they discuss, gaslighting, covert narcissistic mothers, victim playing, kernels of truth, toxic faith communities, fraud, deception, faith…
 
Kate speaks to best-selling children's author and now non-fiction writer, Ailsa Wild. They discuss Wild's latest project - a story of nursing and caring during the Covid pandemic, along with how she creates her best-selling kid's books, and her top tips for school visits. Check out show notes for this episode on our website www.thefirsttimepodcast.…
 
Don't believe in Miracles??? Shot through the head in Afghanistan. Retired DEA Agent Joe Piersante survived. Despite his severe injuries, including blindness he lives an inspiring life. Joe Piersante is our guest. He is a retired DEA agent. During his career he was a member of the DEA's FAST (SWAT team) assigned to Afghanistan. Their mission was to…
 
Brandon talks with Christian Abuse Coach, Natalie Hoffman about faith based abuse, misogyny, toxic churches, and the fear of God. Plus they discuss, smear campaigns, feminism, self advocacy, kernels of truth, sinning, shame/fear based churches, brain programming, and getting out. You can find Natalie Hoffman at https://www.flyingfreenow.com Natalie…
 
He started in law enforcement later in life... when we got the diagnosis we thought we had a lot more time. Line Of Duty Cancer That Took The Life Of Her Husband, Sheriff’s Detective Mitch Speed. Vickie Speed is our guest. She tells her story of watching her husband gradually get worse from the line of duty cancer that eventually took his life. She…
 
It took an act of Congress to compel the FBI to reinvestigate more than 100 civil rights-era murders. From FRONTLINE PBS comes the podcast “Un(re)solved,” a look at the attempt to close open cases of racially-motivated killings from five decades ago. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "UN(RE)SOLVED" GO TO MINUTE 28:00 In 1996, a French tourist was murd…
 
Brandon talks with Regan about her toxic relationship with a future faking abuser. It’s a story of belief systems, moving goal posts, breadcrumbs, hoover tactics, and looking inward in the aftermath. Plus they discuss, guilt, intimidation, intimate partner violence, the difficulty of cutting the cord, silent treatments, bitcoin, people pleasing, fi…
 
It's Kate's birthday! She's a hundred years old! Okay, she's forty. Katherine has specific questions and Kate admits she loves the word 'skitterish'. She also wants to be reincarnated as a coastal cushion bush... Check out show notes for this episode on our website www.thefirsttimepodcast.com or get in touch via Twitter (@thefirsttimepod) or Instag…
 
Chad talks with Helen, a Domestic Violence/Divorce Attorney & Narcissist Abuse Survivor, about the steps abuse victims need to take when divorcing someone with a Narcissistic Personality or other High Conflict Personalities. Helen gives a thorough rundown about the role of an attorney and how the use of documentation is the most effective way to pr…
 
We were on the road in one of the most notoriously violent sections of Mexico when we were run off the road and ambushed. Federal Agent Shot Multiple Times And His Partner Was Killed In An Ambush By The Zeta Cartel. Victor Avila is our guest. He is a retired US Federal Agent and author of the book Agent Under Fire. Victor tells the horrific story o…
 
A man in the subway gets his twig and berries cut off. The detectives learn he had been keeping women chained in a sex dungeon. One of the former captives reported the abduction years earlier, but Olivia didn't believe her story. When the kidnapper ends up dead, Stabler wonders if Benson is hiding something. We're talking about SVU season 5 episode…
 
When journalist David Kushner was four-years-old, his older brother biked off to buy him his favorite gum. In "Alligator Candy" from UCP Audio, Kushner struggles to come to terms with the loss and the thought that his request led to tragedy. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "ALLIGATOR CANDY" GO TO MINUTE 28:15 The discovery of a handgun at an airport…
 
Brandon talks with Cece about her toxic relationship with a financial abuser. It’s a story of narcissistic mothers, belief systems, trust tricks, and using PTSD as a weapon. Plus they discuss, emancipation, jealousy, body shaming, parental neglect, true crime, future faking, addiction, fixing, sowing positive seeds as a manipulation tactic, using a…
 
Katherine speaks to best-selling, multi-award winning writer Sarah Krasnostein. They discuss the ethics of writing about other people, how awkward it can be and ghosts. Check out show notes for this episode on our website www.thefirsttimepodcast.com or get in touch via Twitter (@thefirsttimepod) or Instagram (@thefirsttimepod). Don't forget you can…
 
The alarm bells were going off... I didn't feel like I could tell anyone. Every time the effects of the trauma came up, I put them away until I could deal with them better. Sexually Assaulted As A Young Teen, She Not Only Survived, She Prospered. Cat Corchado is our guest. She is retired from the US Air Force, after serving for 20 years. Cat is als…
 
This special episode is brought to you in collaboration with Yarra Valley Writers Festival for the series I Didn't Plan it This Way: Conversations about misguided moments, failed ideas and books that stayed in the bottom draw. In this conversation, Kate Mildenhall talks with author Jessie Tu about musical failures, high expectations, review culture…
 
This special episode is brought to you in collaboration with Yarra Valley Writers Festival for the series I Didn't Plan it This Way: Conversations about misguided moments, failed ideas and books that stayed in the bottom draw. In this conversation, Kate Mildenhall talks with writer and actor Michael Veitch (HELLSHIP) about failed interviews, horror…
 
This special episode is brought to you in collaboration with Yarra Valley Writers Festival for the series I Didn't Plan it This Way: Conversations about misguided moments, failed ideas and books that stayed in the bottom draw. In this conversation, Kate Mildenhall talks with journalist and writer Rick Morton (MY YEAR OF LIVING VULNERABLY) about fai…
 
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