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Sorry About The Kid
Alex remembers everything about the day a speeding police car killed his brother. But his brother, alive? Those memories are lost. And now, 30 years later, Alex wants them back. In this emotional four-part series, Alex unearths his childhood grief — with help from family, friends, and a therapist who witnessed his brother’s death.
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Boys Like Me
Boys Like Me follows the story of two high school friends: one became an autism advocate and film-maker; the other went on to commit one of the most notorious mass-killings in recent times. Host Ellen Chloe Bateman explores the world of incels and finds a dark, online world fueled by violent misogyny and extreme isolation that presents a growing threat to public safety.
Limited Capacity is a collection of six short stories about the strange and twisted ways we interact with the internet, and with each other. Punctuated with dark humour and surprising twists, each episode blurs the lines between horror, thriller, mockumentary and satire. From Rob Norman, co-creator of Personal Best.
The Next Call with David Ridgen
From David Ridgen, the creator of Someone Knows Something, comes the new investigative podcast The Next Call. Tackling unsolved cases through strategic phone calls, the curtain is peeled back. From the victim's family members to potential suspects, the investigation unfolds with The Next Call.
White Hot Hate
‘White Hot Hate’ follows the extraordinary case of a Canadian journalist who infiltrated an international neo-Nazi extremist network. Host Michelle Shephard explores the rise of white supremacist accelerationism: the ultra-violent ideology that drives believers to create chaos, in order to seize ultimate control.
Carrie Low VS.
Carrie Low trusted police when she reported her horrific rape. But she says they mishandled her case. Now, she’s setting out on a mission to hold these institutions to account.
Stuff The British Stole
They came. They saw. They looted. An award-winning podcast about stolen and dubiously-acquired artifacts. Hosted by Marc Fennell and presented in collaboration with ABC in Australia.
Award-winning sketch troupe Tony Ho takes listeners on a journey of dark comedy. Bite-sized narrative sketches explore the nature of human relationships and how careless we can be with each other. Featuring Miguel Rivas, Roger Bainbridge and Adam Niebergall.
Unlocking the Fountain
From Keith McArthur, writer and host of Unlocking Bryson's Brain. Unlocking the Fountain asks: what if there were a pill that could add decades to your life? For thousands of years, people have searched for elixirs that could extend human life. Could new advances in medicine finally make this a reality?
The Flamethrowers with Justin Ling is a six-part series about how right wing radio took over American democracy — from the conspiracy peddlers of the 1920s to the political firestorm still raging today.
Transgender women — and trans sex workers in particular — know what it means to be marginalized, overpoliced, and underprotected. In season two of The Village, host Justin Ling investigates the stories of two women, Alloura Wells and Cassandra Do, whose deaths remain unexplained, and whose cases expose the systems that failed them.
Host Jim Agapito is a "bad Filipino." The Filipino-Canadian filmmaker can't speak Tagalog and is stumped by some of the things Filipinos do and believe. Join Jim on this enlightening, joyful, and surprising 10-episode mission to recover his culture.
Telling Our Twisted Histories
Words connect us. Words hurt us. Indigenous histories have been twisted by centuries of colonization. Host Kaniehti:io Horn brings us together to decolonize our minds– one word, one concept, one story at a time.
A Death in Cryptoland
The unbelievable story of a dead man, lost Bitcoin fortunes, and an industry that criminals love.
Other People's Problems
Listen in on real life therapy sessions. Other people’s problems are a lot like our own.