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Best Adam Knox podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Adam Knox podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Three brave explorers of the unknown read excerpts from a haunted book of the paranormal. Adam Knox, Luka Muller and Peter Jones are comedians from Melbourne, Australia whose souls are on the line for the podcast about ghosts, ghouls, UFOs and often a group of easily excited villagers who've just seen something slightly weird, but not really that weird. Listener beware! You're in for a chuckle.
 
Conversations about crime and justice narrative in all its forms. We will interview audio-visual and literary storytellers about how and why they create crime and trial stories. We will also speak with criminal justice experts about how they present compelling narratives for criminal cases and for public policy initiatives to jurors, judges, legislators and the general public. Hosted by Crime Story Publisher/Editor Kary Antholis
 
Art of the Essential is Chris Caparro. Los Angeles based, Philadelphia native Chris Caparro has spent the last 15 years cultivating his musical tastes in a wide variety of musical genres. Having grown up on hip-hop his roots run deep, with his first record every purchased being Africa Bambaata’s “Renegades of Funk”. It was monumental for him, breaking boundaries and setting a clear path for open creativity in the world of music.?Fast forward 20 years to 2002 and it was officially time to get ...
 
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The boys are back in lockdown in old Melbourne town, so it's time to talk Backgammon. Tommy's been playing 51 Clubhouse Games (real name 51 Worldwide Game in Australia but no way we're calling it that), as well as Persona 5 Royal alongside Ben, and Adam's been slugging away at the Souls series. Hope everyone's ok with a few more weeks of Zoom calls…
 
On today’s podcast Amanda Knox interviews criminal justice reformer and former prosecutor, Adam Foss. Adams Ted Talk entitled A Prosecutor’s Vision for a Better Justice System has nearly 2.4 million views on the Ted platform, and is approaching 3 million views on all platforms combined.By Jody O'Keefe, Adam Foss, Christopher Robinson, Amanda Knox, Kary Antholis
 
The boys chat some news this week, including the Night City Wire stream and previews of Cyberpunk 2077, and then give you an hour long sealed section where they go mask off on The Last of Us Part II. It's clearly marked and separated but there are full spoilers in that section, so please be aware of that. They are only contained in that last sectio…
 
On today’s Podcast, Amanda Knox interviews Sarah Gersten, attorney for Michael Thompson. In 1996, Thompson was the recipient of an unconscionable sentence of 42 to 60 years for possession of three pounds of marijuana. I learned of Michael’s story through the musician Michael Franti and I asked Amanda Knox and Christopher Robinson to see if we could…
 
Amanda Knox interviews Emily Bazelon, New York Times Magazine journalist, Yale lecturer, and author of the book Charged: The New Movement to Transform American Prosecution and End Mass Incarceration. Charged was a major influence on us as we developed Crime Story.By Emily Bazelon, Jody O'Keefe, Christopher Robinson, Amanda Knox, Kary Antholis
 
In April, as part of our effort to understand how the public health emergency is affecting criminal defense attorneys and their clients, we spoke with a Los Angeles-based Bar Panel Attorney, who requested anonymity so that they could speak freely. Last week we followed up with that attorney to catch up on his observations two months later.…
 
This week the guys hunker down in an abandoned hospital, gathered around the light of a flickering torch, sharing the crumbs of a half-eaten chocolate bar, rubbing each other for warmth, to give a full and comprehensive review of the new Smash Bros Ultimate DLC character Min Min. Additionally, the boys chat the end of Mixer, Crash Bandicoot 4 and g…
 
From 1983 to 2008, Steve Moore served as a Special Agent for the FBI. After retiring, he chronicled his experiences in his memoir, Special Agent Man: My Life in the FBI as a Terrorist Hunter, Helicopter Pilot, and Certified Sniper (Chicago Review Press, 2012). He’s now a law enforcement contributor for CNN, and a professional pilot.Amanda Knox reac…
 
As the founder of the podcast Decarceration Nation, Joshua Hoe explores issues of criminal justice reform and seeks to humanize prisoners, regardless of their crimes, in the hopes of moving toward a restorative, rather than punitive, system. In 2010, Hoe pleaded guilty to sex crimes and was sentenced to three years in a Michigan state prison. Since…
 
June 5, 2020 marked the one year anniversary of my interview with Attorney General William Barr. As the events unfolded in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, I thought of the themes that AG Barr and I discussed. I also observed his involvement in some of President Trump's decision-making in response to the social unrest in Washington, DC a…
 
It's back to Tommy, Ben and Adam's regularly scheduled podcasting, and that means talking about the news roughly one week after it's happened. We go through and chat PS5 thoughts, as well as a quick round-up of what games we got into during the history of video games series. It's good to be back, baby. Time to pop those collars for an authentic PS5…
 
On today’s podcast we present an exclusive interview between Amanda Knox and John Rappaport, a law professor at the University of Chicago and a leading scholar on the causes and effects of policing practices and police behavior.By John Rappaport, Jody O'Keefe, Christopher Robinson, Amanda Knox
 
On today’s podcast we present an exclusive interview between Amanda Knox and Shon Hopwood who has made the journey from serving time in federal prison for bank robbery to prominent Georgetown law professor and criminal justice reform advocate.By Tristan Friedberg Rodman, Shon Hopwood, Christopher Robinson, Amanda Knox, Kary Antholis
 
It's the final part of Tommy, Ben and Adam's trip down Memory Lane in History Town located in the Past province of rural Oldtopia, and so it's time for them to cover the late 2000s. Thick make-up, bright v-neck polo shirts, those dumb studded belts and awkwardly hanging boot cut jeans are just four of the games that the boys fail to cover, but we d…
 
Lorena Gallo, formerly Lorena Bobbitt, became a tabloid staple and household name in the ‘90s when she was put on trial for maiming her then-husband, John Bobbitt. Her case was sensationalized, but it also brought domestic violence and intimate partner sexual assault to the forefront of national discussion. Gallo was ultimately found innocent by re…
 
On today’s podcast we have another in our series of conversations with Paul Butler, Georgetown Law Professor, former US Department of Justice Prosecutor and MSNBC Commentator. Paul also serves as a Consulting Editor to us at Crime Story Media. In our conversation we revisit the themes and ideas in Paul’s 2016 book Chokehold: Policing Black Men and …
 
On today’s podcast we present an exclusive interview between Amanda Knox and Jessica Jackson, who has become one of her generations leading activists and advocates for American decarceration, working with such celebrity activists as Kim Kardashian, Van Jones, Meek Mill and Jay Z.By Jessica JAckson Sloan, Tristan Friedberg Rodman, Christopher Robinson, Amanda Knox, Kary Antholis
 
Editor's Note: Noura Jackson's horrific story is told in Emily Bazelon's ground-breaking and prize-winning book Charged: The New Movement to Transform American Prosecution and End Mass Incarceration (2019).By Noura Jackson, Tristan Friedberg Rodman, Christopher Robinson, Amanda Knox, Kary Antholis
 
In March, 1984, 23-year-old paratrooper Dennis Maher was wrongly convicted of a spree of rapes that took place in Middlesex County, Massachusetts several months earlier. In 2003, after 19 years of proclaiming his innocence, DNA evidence exonerated him of each and every one of the rapes attributed to him, and Maher was freed. Today, Maher is a 60-ye…
 
In 1995, 29-year-old Scott Lewis was wrongly convicted of a 1990 double homicide based on the testimony of an incentivized informant. Despite having an alibi for the time of the killings, Lewis was convicted and sentenced to 240 years in prison, later reduced to 120 years. He spent two decades fighting to prove his innocence, and his conviction was…
 
As the new Willennium approaches, we begin to wind down our pastel colours and enormous suits, let the pop-punk and ska CDs slowly exit rotation, and gradually phrase out our use of the phrase "it is currently the nineteen-nineties". Before the 20th century would completely close out, however, video games managed one final burst of innovation, and …
 
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