Trying to work on my sound, this one is not the best, please be patient with me- In this Episode I talk about my experience with Who The Hell Is Hamish.
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The host’s treatment of the discussion of Jane’s experience with Hammish with Beck, Jack, and her grandparents was irresponsible, but his interview with her was absolutely infuriating. To allow these people to discuss their point of view without giving the audience the proper context of understanding it was abuse, not an affair, is bad journalism and a dangerous way to frame the manipulation of a teenage girl. His interview with Jane herself took it to the point of complete lack of journalistic integrity, basic decency, or a fundamental understanding of abuse and victimization. “We all make mistakes at 17” does not describe her experience of being groomed and violated by a man 30 years her senior. This host has no idea what he is doing and should never be allowed to handle a story of such sensitive nature again.
The story as told by the victims.
Jane is a victim in every sense of the word - and instead is treated as an adult who made a bad decision. This kind of portrayal of child sexual abuse is not only inaccurate but dangerous. I now have doubt if Australian legislation and policy in child sexual abuse cases is on par with international standards because of the gross misrepresentation of the victim in this podcast.
The bonus episode was heart wrenching. Couldn’t keep listening. Felt a little too voyeuristic. Poor girl.
It’s hard to believe that people like Hamish exist, yet here we are listening to the devastating effects he’s had on so many lives. This podcast is extremely well done, I couldn’t stop listening! Rooting for al if the people hurt and effected by Hamish.
A compelling and thorough examination of a psychopath. His victims were many, his crimes are beyond reproach, he has plundered without hesitation or remorse. The in depth interviews flesh out the humanity of his victims. New to the Australian and LOVE it.
Enjoying the show itself quite a bit, but the clicking sounds/beat in the background of the beginning of episode 2 were enough to make me want to stop listening. Super distracting/weird.
The sound engineering makes it a pleasant listen and the real life story is quite intriguing. Great podcast.
This is an expose of a smaller-scale Bernie Madoff style con man. And right there you can already predict everything that happens in the first two episodes. Victims are interviewed and they are all shocked! he could do such a thing, and feel betrayed! by the guy, and angry! they lost so much money. This is a one-paragraph news story, not podcast series worthy.
I lost all respect for this series at this point. Your milking her story for salacious reasons
Leading questions by the journalist are answered by a girl who fits more “intelligent” words into her answers than are necessary. If I hear “fantastical”, “physicality” or “in its entirety” anymore I’ll scream.
Appreciated how sensitive the narrator was during this investigation. My thoughts with those affected.
Fear makes Chuck Norris hungry.
Well done Greg and the team for this series
A great deep dive into Max/Hamish saga
Was looking for something else to listen to after The Teachers Pet ended. This is completely different but just as engaging. Can’t wait for each week’s episode to drop.
My heart broke listening to Jane today - I really felt the interview was not as compassionate as it really needed to be - she was a groomed 16 year old, his wife was most definitely gaslit, grandparents were scammed - absolutely none of this requires a young woman to feel like she needed to atone for this disgusting grubs calculated conniving she was drawn into. Jane, try to forgive yourself darling, you sound like a truly wise and remarkable person with a huge amount of positive potential.
Have been entranced with the Hamish episodes but interview with “Jane” was just awful. Very clunky interviewing distressing to hear the insinuation that Jane was complicit. That she has regained control in her life is a credit to her. What happened in this episode? Such a contrast to previous eps. I want to apologise to Jane!
Shame Hamish didn’t run into Chris Dawson whilst living in the Northern Beaches
What an amazing podcast, the interviewer was so gracious and caring to all the people telling these very sad stories.what a wicked man Hamish is. I hope he never gets out of prison so he can’t do any more harm and ruin people’s lives. Don’t blame yourself “Jane”. Be strong we all make mistakes. GB
Great interview. Loved her honesty. Whoever taught her English should be doing time with Hamish. Bizarrely she’s complimented on it. The Aussie educational system must be shocking. GB
Always a great interview when the interviewer does hardly any talking. Such a brave and moving account from ‘Jane’. Brilliant minimalist production. I hope this wonderful young woman can forgive herself and get closure. GB
What we think, we become.
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