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I think this podcast has enormous potential, but the story is too drawn out. This podcast should contain 7 episodes - not 14 episodes. The episodes keep repeating and explaining the facts from the previous episodes. The redundancy is frustrating. Let me repeat that. The redundancy is frustrating.
This story is heartbreaking, but SO important for us to learn from. My takeaways from this excellently produced podcast is that we all need to look out for each other and, more importantly, speak up if we see any signs of abuse. I am so thankful to this podcast for making a difference in the outcome of Lyn Dawson’s story. Even if we don’t want to invade others’ privacy, we all need to do better—if you see something, say something—someone’s life could be at stake. My most sincere thank you to the makers of this podcast!
So repetitive I had to keep checking if I was actually relistening to the same episode over again. Could have easily been a 5 star if it was half the episodes.
A fascinating and compelling story, that needed a serious edit. Far too repetitive which is a shame
Is ANYTHING going to happen in this podcast? I guess we have to hear from every single person who ever knew them before anything can proceed. I know that this is a true tragic story but this could have been condensed into a tight half dozen episodes. TOPS. At first I thought the later episode called "Arrest" was a bit of a spoiler, now it is the ONLY thing keeping me going on this. At least there's a sign or progress. Or we could just hear another 17 people say "she would never leave her kids".
The story was fascinating but unfortunately this was way too long and repetitive. It could have been done with less episodes and less bias.
Good story but very repetitive! I feel like this story could have been summed down to half the episodes!
Has potential but just found it boring.
This podcast is very interesting and the story is well-narrated. Every time I started a new episode I didn’t want to stop listening. It does an excellent job of highlighting the culture of the area as well as various perspectives. I don’t see any validity in the negative reviews.
Amazing interviews and I’m very curious to know how this story ends but I find the storyline drawn out.
I finally stopped listening after episode 8. The same points are regurgitated over and over and over....this is an interesting story and I truly hope the family finds justice. I just wish there was some proper editing used here!
Very enjoyable so far!!
Could have covered the same content in 5 episodes
Also hooked. Then looked it up and he has been arrested, the podcast is unavailable until the court case has been heard. Possibly only 2020... :(
Completely hooked and fascinated wth this podcast. It is brilliantly put together. I was half way through up too episode 11 and is now temporarily unavailable and with no information on to when it will be available it’s really disappointing.
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Let’s hope the case is resolved
A gripping story, I couldn’t stop listening to it and even more so when it came up in the news. Great podcast!
This podcast came recommended. However, I found it highly repetitive and overly emotive. The journalist appears more drawn to report on people’s emotions than facts. Maybe because there were not enough facts to fill all the episodes he wanted to make. Stopped listening.
Well done to the team
Great podcast. Worth a listen! The reporter HT has a nice presence and kind way with his interviewees. Just be mindful that it can be repetitive at times with much of the information given subsequently revisited over and over again. Probably could have been presented in a few less episodes.
A must listen stayed up all night to finish
What a story! Truly gripping and engaging. Left me desperately wanting to know more! GB
So the very popular podcast could prove to be the key to Chris Dawson walking away. Great endeavour and slick journalism but at times too biased as it turns out for its own good. I hope he goes down despite🤞🏼 GB
Good story, far too repetitive and far too long. Keeps going over the same points. Could do with a better producer and editor. GB
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