Alibi - radio series
By Paul McNally
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Mail us comments on the show: email@example.com. Journalist Paul McNally investigates a story involving cash-in-transit robberies, car chases and apartheid cops over eight weeks. We start in 1994 and track the case to the present day. Presented by: Freddy Mabitsela & Paul McNally Additional production and music composed by: John Bartmann Mixed by: Kutlwano Serame Additional scripting by: Elna Schutz Editorial help by: Tom McNally, Gavin Haynes and Kyla Herrmannsen Editorial oversight by: Franz Kruger & Nooshin Erfani. Produced by Citizen Justice Network.
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||ExplicitAlibi - Episode 4||In this episode we go on a car chase with the cop…||26 3 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
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Quality True Crime Podcast (With Added Rainbow 🇿🇦)
I am absolutely loving this podcast. It has all the elements of good true-crime/miscarriage-of-justice podcasts, but to make it even better it's set against the rich, colorful background of South Africa. It has a fascinating cast of characters, truly representative of the people that make up the "rainbow nation" (and, as a result, a wonderful smorgasbord of South African accents). Well-produced, well-told - I'm hooked.
A phenomenally well produced radio series.
Brilliant. Brave. And tragic. A journey through the appalling absurdities of South Africa’s criminal justice system, then and now. The similarities are shocking.