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Crime Writers On...True Crime Review

By Partners in Crime Media

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Description

A podcast about true crime, pop culture, and other podcasts. True crime authors and real-life couple Rebecca Lavoie and Kevin Flynn hold a pop-culture round table with noir novelist Toby Ball and journalist-turned-investigator Lara Bricker. The panel chats about other podcasts (including 'Serial') as well as journalism, storytelling, TV shows and films, and the special segment, 'Crime of the Week.' Show website: crimewriterson.com. Follow the show on Twitter @crimewriterson. Find us on Facebook facebook.com/crimewritersonserial. Email the show at crimewriterson@gmail.com. Artwork by Benjamin Frisch

Customer Reviews

So fun

It is a treat to hear the special effects, the most clever ad drops ever, and takes on true crime. Even if one of the segments is on something you don’t follow, their rapport and commentary is worth it. Also given they are self-identified four white people in NH 😬😬😬😬 they have a remarkable way to think about race and criminal justice, and continue to do even more work on an ethical understanding of crime.

Like Listening to Friends

I’m late to the game with CWO. I was listening to season 2 of In the Dark several months ago and had no one to talk to about what I was hearing (despite begging several friends and family members to listen!) I did a search and found these guys. They’ve quickly found their way to the top of my podcast rotation. I love their rapport with each other and they say many things that I’m thinking. I trust their opinions and love the food for thought they give, along with all the laughs. Thanks for being the group of friends I needed to process the things I’m listening to and watching!

Way too much filler

This used to be a great podcast but they keep adding more and more filler and ads to each episode. Most episodes are well more than a hour long but the actual content people want only takes up about 50-60% of each episode.

It's gotten so bad that most episodes don't actually start until around the eight minute mark because there's first a lot of unnecessary chit chatting, and this podcast has the most ads out of any podcast I've listened to.

The most irritating part about the amount of ads is that they put barely any effort into making this podcast. This is a very low budget podcast that basically only consists of four people chatting in front of microphones, but yet they have more than five times the amount of ads that the very best podcasts have, such as Serial. That's messed up.

Additionally, I found it laughable when Rebecca complained twice during the January 21st episode about the amount of ads and filler in the podcast called Monster. She must not listen to her own podcasts then.

Crime Writers On...True Crime Review
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  • Category: Arts
  • Language: English

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