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The Project How True Crime Podcasts Are Getting Cold Cases Reopened
The Project How True Crime Podcasts Are Getting Cold Cases Reopened
You're watching The Project How True Crime Podcasts Are Getting Cold Cases Reopened We speak to Rachael Brown, the investigative journalist behind the Trace podcast, about the reopening of the Maria James investigation and how the format is changing the carrying out of justice.

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How True Crime Podcasts Are Getting Cold Cases Reopened

Wed 05 Dec 2018 in 3 months

We speak to Rachael Brown, the investigative journalist behind the Trace podcast, about the reopening of the Maria James investigation and how the format is changing the carrying out of justice.

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