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Best Parole podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Parole podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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A weekly podcast (in slow and easy Italian) to practice your Italian and immerse yourself in the fabulous sea of Italian literature, culture and language. Every week a story from the past, the present, or the future to give you the opportunity to discover Italian culture. Let's learn together! You can buy transcripts and extra here: speakitaliano.podia.com - Join my newsletter and receive my monthly tips: www.subscribepage.com/speakitaliano_podcast
 
Think nothing ever happens in your town? Australia's suburbs are home to some of the most mysterious and disturbing true crime cases in the world. Meshel Laurie is a true crime obsessive. Emily Webb is a true crime author. And together with expert interviews with writers, victims, investigators and perpetrators, they probe the underbelly of our towns and suburbs, and uncover the darkness at the heart of Australian life.
 
Mrs. GE-6309 Time with Reesy Floyd-Thompson **LIVE WEDNESDAY NIGHT 8PM EASTERN - THREE WEEKS ON, ONE WEEK OFF**---- Reesy Floyd-Thompson loves crime stories and a good whodunit. When her husband was cast as the unsuspected bad guy, Reesy was forced to play a supporting role in her very own crime drama. She was no longer just Mrs. Thompson; she was now also Mrs. GE-6309. Reesy is the Founder and President of Prisoners' Wives, Girlfriends, and Partners (PWGP), an organization dedicated to part ...
 
It is now almost universally accepted that our criminal justice system is broken. Anyone who has experienced its inner workings has a story to tell; from the accused to victims of crime, lawyers to probation officers, witnesses to judges. A decade of unparalleled cuts has completely reshaped our idea of criminal justice, an idea that was once envied globally. In Un:Just, we provide a space to tell the stories of that broken system. Visit thejusticegap.com https://soundcloud.com/ed-starkey-17 ...
 
An Australian true crime podcast based in Adelaide, city of churches and sinners.Adelaide has a reputation it can't seem to shake, the murder capital of Australia. This podcast has a distinctly laid back approach to the gruesome topics covered. Seeking to shed light on many under reported cases, the semi anonymous host flies solo most of the time with the occasional guest host, gin & tonic. The podcast is accidentally funny, and also has serious in your face feel that is truly Australian. Ne ...
 
A podcast for everyone affected by the justice system and incarceration. Released Into Captivity is a series of raw conversations about the struggle to assimilate into society after release and the tools for everyone affected to succeed.
 
A podcast for early career psychologists. If you're looking for inspiration and advice for your psychology career, you're in the right place. Amy Felman interviews working psychologists from diverse fields with all levels of experience as they share their journeys, challenges and career breakthroughs that have lead them to where they are today. Tune in and discover how we all wear it differently.
 
Justice is Served is the leading podcast in legal news. Each week expert legal analysts (who contribute to CNN, Fox, CBS, etc.) take a hard look at legal affairs and the affects on the African American community. Rather than just deliver the news, our hosts offer insights and tips to positively change your life because as the saying goes “ignorance of the law is no excuse”. And we won't slap you with an expensive lawyer bill. It's completely free!
 
This is the extraordinary tale of a boy, Jim Hawkins, who comes into possession of Captain Flint's treasure map, after a buccaneer takes a room at his inn and later dies. The map spreads its ill luck to all who know of it. A local squire outfits a ship to voyage to the Treasure Island, unearth the treasure, and bring it home. Little does he suspect that the man he has hired aboard as cook was formerly Flint's quartermaster, who then connives to hire many of his old mates. Once ashore, pirate ...
 
Clarence Darrow was an American lawyer. He remains notable for his wit and agnosticism, which marked him as one of the most famous American lawyers and civil libertarians.In this book, Darrow expands on his lifelong contention that psychological, physical, and environmental influences—not a conscious choice between right and wrong—control human behavior. To my ears (the reader's), the author has a rather simplistic behaviourist view of human behaviour, but he argues his position with wonderf ...
 
A mysterious map, pirates, and pieces of eight! When young Jim Hawkins finds a map to pirates’ gold he starts on an adventure that takes him from his English village to a desert island with the murderous Black Dog, half-mad Ben Gunn, and (of course) Long John Silver. Arr Jim lad! R.L. Stevenson (1850-1894) was born in Scotland and travelled extensively in California and the south Pacific. (Summary by Adrian Praetzellis)
 
Juicing The People v. O.J. Simpson - The talk show that juices the events surrounding the O.J. Simpson murder trial. Every week hosts Adam Papagan and JJ Stratford review ESPN’s OJ Made in America and fact check it against their memories as Los Angeles natives who grew up obsessed and mutated by the ultimate media circus.Watch it live every Wednesday at Midnight PST on Dromebox.comFollow on facebook.com/JuicingThePeople
 
With access to high-level movers and shakers in politics and government, and deep experience covering the real worlds of war, crime and terrorism, Geraldo Rivera reports from countless locations around the nation and the world, a twice weekly, half hour program filled with drama, passion and surprises. I will give you my unfiltered opinions on the latest breaking news, political commentary, interviews with news makers, celebrities, friends and foe. With shows originating from home base in Ne ...
 
When a rough old seaman calling himself "the Captain" appears at the inn owned by Jim Hawkins' father, young Jim little dreams what adventures will follow in the man's wake. Soon, the once-peaceful inn is threatened by pirates, Jim's father is laid in his grave, and Jim finds himself in possession of a map showing the location of treasure buried by the legendary and notorious Captain Flint. Along with a group of brave men: the sensible Dr. Livesey, the fearless and unflagging Captain Smollet ...
 
Service Roads is a podcast focused on celebrating the practice of using the law for social change. Our guests include lawyers, judges, and advocates that have committed their careers to working for the people that need it most. As one of our guest's stated "there is a major difference between Law and Justice". We're trying to figure out what that difference is, and how lawyers can fix it.
 
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Today on Boston Public Radio: Medical ethicist Art Caplan talked about research from the WHO into whether the coronavirus can be transmitted through tiny droplets in the air, and how that research stands to impact how the U.S. reopens. WGBH News senior investigative reporter Jenifer McKim talked about the latest reporting from the The WGBH News Cen…
 
Che cos’è la Divina Commedia? Perché si parla tanto di Dante? È davvero importante studiare un’opera scritta più di 700 anni fa? Oggi provo a rispondere a queste domande, condivido con te un po’ di curiosità su Dante Alighieri e ti dico perché per me la Commedia è grande e strepitosa. Vuoi ascoltare con la trascrizione? Trovi la trascrizione…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: We opened lines to ask listeners: how much harm do you think President Trump is doing by sidelining Anthony Fauci? Massachusetts Education Commissioner Jeff Riley and MGH infectious disease specialist Dr. Sandra Nelson weighed the various approaches for reopening Massachusetts schools. WGBH News analyst and GroundTruth…
 
Shirley Hicks is a somatic psychotherapist and yoga teacher, with a private clinic in Varsity Lakes, QLD. She has a specific interest in how the body carries unresolved life events and how through “talk therapies” the body is often overlooked. With over 22 years of clinical experience, Shirley has refined the way she supports clients to involve the…
 
It took 47 years to overturn the convictions of Winston Trew and the Oval 4. When the illegal activities of corrupt cop, DS Derek Ridgewell, were presented to the Court of Appeal, Winston's conviction was ruled unsafe. This case shines a light on not only the wrongful actions of one police officer, but also on a wider systemic failure to right thos…
 
Canberra mum Tara Costigan was holding her newborn baby when her ex-partner murdered her in front of her other small children. Although he’d been verbally abusive, it was the first time he hit her. Heidi Lemon has written a book with Tara’s family and she and Tara’s Aunt Maria join us to talk it. Source audio: 7.30 Report https://www.abc.net.au/7.3…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: We opened lines to ask listeners: Is Massachusetts taking a gamble on our health by reopening casinos? Boston Globe Business Columnist Shirley Leung talked about whether Massachusetts residents can handle phase three of reopening, and offered her take on the myriad organizations addressing Boston’s racial inequity. Bea…
 
Old School Nitty Gritty Committee is back! Maggie Kerr is an astrologer of over 30 years’ experience. She says everything that’s happening right now is just down to patterns and it’s all linked to things that’ have happened before. Today, Maggie’s telling us what patterns are playing out right now and in our immediate future. Show notes for Episode…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: NBC “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd talked about the US’ standing as the nation with the most COVID-19 cases and discussed the latest national headlines. With coronavirus cases spiking across the country, we opened lines to ask listeners: Are you ready for the long haul of living with COVID? Former Suffolk County…
 
Food writer Corby Kummer spoke with Boston Public Radio on Tuesday about returning to eat at restaurants amid the coronavirus pandemic. "The problem is always going to be 'How do we get diners to wear masks and behave?' - that's the real problem for restaurants and is why they're opening and reclosing," he said. "We're working on a diner code of co…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: MIT's Justin Steil and City Live/ Vida Urbana's Lisa Owens discussed their new report on how Boston’s evictions hit Black communities particularly hard, and what the disparity means ahead of the statewide eviction moratorium lift on August 18. Comic and writer Maeve Higgins discussed her recent New York Times piece, "T…
 
On today's pre-taped episode of Boston Public Radio: Jim and Margery talked to New Yorker staff writer Adam Gopnik about his latest book, "A Thousand Small Sanities: The Moral Adventure of Liberalism." Harvard Business School behavioral economist Michael Norton looked at the pathology of the “ask braggart,” the person whose sole motivation behind a…
 
Keith Banks was a clean living country boy when he joined QLD Police in the 70s but it took him to some very dark places. He joins us to talk about it. Warning: please be advised this episode contains graphic content. Show notes for Episode 166: Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb With thanks to Keith Banks Like us on Facebook ​ Follow us o…
 
On today's pre-taped episode of Boston Public Radio: New Yorker staff writer Patrick Radden Keefe discussed his latest book, "Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland." Cartoonist Roz Chast and humorist Patricia Marx discussed their latest collaboration, "Why Don't You Write My Eulogy Now So I Can Correct It? A Mother's Su…
 
On today's pre-taped episode of Boston Public Radio: Jim And Margery talked to New York Times Magazine staff writer and lecturer at Yale Law School, Emily Bazelon whose latest book, "Charged: The New Movement to Transform American Prosecution and End Mass Incarceration," looks at the causes of Mass Incarceration Environmentalist and journalist Bill…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: Medical ethicist Art Caplan talked about the problem with relying on a quick COVID-19 vaccine, and his worries about this year’s flu season. MIT economist Jon Gruber discussed healthcare options for people who’ve lost coverage after losing their jobs, and responded to caller questions. Ahead of Gov. Baker’s press confe…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: We opened our lines to talk with listeners about the widespread use of illegal fireworks in Massachusetts, and hear your thoughts on how and whether to address the issue. NBC Sports Boston reporter and anchor Trenni Kusnierek gave her take on Cam Newton, the prospective new Patriots quarterback, and talked about why sh…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: Boston Medical Center’s Dr. Katherine Gergen Barnett talked about how Massachusetts is faring in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, and responded to questions from listeners. We opened lines to talk about Whole Food’s ban on employees wearing Black Matter masks. Boston Globe business columnist Shirley Leung talked abo…
 
On this episode of the IV Podcast, we sit down with Amanda and Davey Carter to discuss the LaSalle County Historical Society and the wonderful things they do. There is so much interesting history in our area, and we do our best to cover as much as we can. We talk Burgoo, Wild Bill Hickok, LaSalle Mission Cemetery, Indian Creek Massacre, Chief Shabb…
 
The murder of 14-month-old Jaidyn Leskie is officially unsolved. Journalist and author Michael Gleeson explains the prosecution’s theory as to how he died and the many distractions that prevented his killer seeing justice. Warning: please be advised this episode contains graphic content. Show notes for Episode 165: Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and …
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: Media maven Sue O’Connell talked about the new tell-all book about the Trump family from the president’s niece, and the decision by the Dixie Chicks to change their name to the Chicks. We opened lines to her listeners' thoughts on the president’s response to the ongoing pandemic. We aired live audio from Gov. Charlie B…
 
On the 16th of March, 1972, Winston Trew, Sterling Christie, George Griffiths and Omar Boucher were heading home from a 'Fasimbas' meeting with the Black Liberation Front. Spirits were high, but when they arrived into Oval tube station, they were apprehended by a group of white men claiming to be police. Except no IDs were shown. A fight ensued, be…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: NBC “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd talked about the rise of coronavirus cases throughout the U.S., and how it’s impacting the president’s poll numbers. We opened lines to talk with listeners about the rise of COVID-19 across the nation, and hear your thoughts on the state’s reopening. Former Suffolk County Sheri…
 
Three months into the coronavirus pandemic, it’s time to face the hard truth: now is not the best time for America’s buffets. With cases of COVID-19 continuing to rise across the country, the buffet’s communal eating factor has made it unlikely that people will want to return any time soon. Food writer Corby Kummer, however, says that might not be …
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: WGBH News reporter Adam Reilly discussed new polling from WGBH, in partnership with the Boston Globe, MassLive, State House News Service, and Suffolk University, about the attitudes of Mass. residents towards police reform and the state’s reopening. We opened our lines to talk with listeners about the findings from the…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: We aired live audio from Gov. Charlie Baker’s Tuesday press conference. We opened lines to talk with listeners about your experiences with racism in the classroom. Mass. AG Maura Healey called in for our monthly edition of “Ask the AG." FRONTLINE producer and director Tom Jennings discussed his latest documentary, “Opi…
 
On episode 19 of the Bois & Bar Talk podcast, the Drink of the Week is Supernaut by New England Brewing Co. out of Woodbridge, Connecticut. According to beeradvocate, this American IPA scored a 96 out of 100. It has a 5.8% ABV has a fruity flavor with hints of pineapple and mixed berries. We could taste the Mosaic hops and bitterness, but it was al…
 
Today's episode is about the alleged serial killer, Steven Hainsworth and his legacy of death and destruction. The trial hasn't happened yet but i can't wait to discuss it with you Three dead pensioners all robbed have one thing in common, they knew Steven music credit : Darren Curtis Unknown Fear www.patreon.com/murderlaide www.murderlaide.com pod…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: We opened lines to ask listeners: are you ready for Massachusetts to enter the next phase of reopening? TV expert Bob Thompson talked about the Juneteenth special of “Sherman’s Showcase,” and broke down the best and the worst of what’s on TV. WGBH News analyst and GroundTruth Project CEO Charlie Sennott discussed the r…
 
Journalist Paul Cochrane was learning the ropes in regional news when he found himself covering the biggest story of his life, an arson attack in a remote Queensland fruit-picking town that took the lives of 15 young backpackers. He and other witnesses, survivors and victims’ families are revisiting the tragedy 20 years on in a podcast, Childers Th…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: CNN analyst and national security expert Juliette Kayyem discussed the Supreme Court’s ruling on DACA, and why she thinks Trump’s Tulsa rally could get cancelled. Media maven Sue O’Connell discussed the Supreme Court’s ruling on LGBT discrimination in the workplace, and commemorated the passing of Jean Kennedy Smith. B…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: NBC “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd discussed the political ramifications of former National Security Advisor John Bolton’s new book, and the president’s upcoming indoor rally in Tulsa, Okla. We opened lines to talk with listeners about the rise of COVID-19 in states outside of New England. Former Suffolk County …
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: We opened lines to ask listeners: why do you think it’s taken so long for white America to denounce racism? MIT economist Jon Gruber talked about the value in repurposing generic drugs to treat COVID-19, and the politics around cure and vaccines developments. We aired live audio from Gov. Charlie Baker’s Wednesday pres…
 
Lisa Harnum’s life and death changed the way we think, talk and report about domestic violence in Australia. Former Daily Telegraph Chief Court Reporter and author of The Fall, Amy Dale joins us to explain. Warning: please be advised this episode contains graphic content. Show notes for Episode 163: Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb With …
 
Today onBoston Public Radio: We opened our lines to ask listeners: are you ready to come out of your coronavirus cocoon? NBC Sports Boston reporter Trenni Kusnierek talked about why she doesn’t expect to see baseball in 2020, and a new coalition of NBA players raising questions about the league's reopening plan. FRONTLINE reporter Martin Smith disc…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: We opened lines to talk with listeners about the police killing of Rayshard Brooks, and the significance of his death in the context of ongoing Black Lives Matter protests. Massachusetts Director of Transportation Chris Dempsey talked about the return of drivers to Mass. roads, and why he’d like to see Gov. Baker ride …
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: Media maven Sue O’Connell talked about J.K. Rowling’s controversial stance on transgender issues, and the commencement address to a Kansas college from Ivanka Trump. We opened lines to talk with listeners about everything that’s going on around police reform, coronavirus, and election 2020. We aired live audio from Gov…
 
Tutti conosciamo Francesco d’Assisi come un Santo, un uomo religioso che ha rinunciato alla sua ricchezza per dedicarsi ai poveri. Ma sai che Francesco d’Assisi è anche una persona importante per la storia della lingua italiana? Oggi ti spiego perché e ti racconto la bellissima poesia “Il Cantico delle Creature”. Vuoi studiare con il podcast? Trovi…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: NBC “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd talked about President Trump’s scheduled rally in Tulsa, Okla. on Juneteenth, and whether Democrats will be able to win back the Senate in the November election. Former Suffolk County Sheriff and Secretary of Public Safety Andrea Cabral discussed concerns around U.S. voting pro…
 
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