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From the team behind Australia’s favourite magazine comes today's most riveting podcast – prepare for heart-stopping intrigue as New Idea investigates the true crimes that captivated the nation. In each episode we bust open the cold case files to explore what really happened in some of Australia's most famous crimes, speaking to victims’ families and detectives to uncover the facts that have never been reported – until now.
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In the final episode of the podcast, we take a look at the evidence against each suspect in the Penny Hill murder case. Joining us is Sunday Night reporter Alex Cullen, who has covered the story for Channel Seven program. And we reveal the new development in this case which could finally lead to a conviction. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
In this episode, we speak exclusively to Penny Hill’s boyfriend, Shane Williams, a person of interest in her murder. Shane was one of the last people to speak with the nanny before she was brutally bashed and left for dead. Shane makes a startling revelation about the case. What could it mean? We also speak with the coroner who presided over the first inquest into Penny’s death and we reveal a shocking new twist in the cold case.Music credit: Poison Ivy by Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs; Written by Leiber - Stoller; Label: Linda Lee  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
What secrets lay in a compartment box found under the bed where Penny Hill had slept? In this episode, we reveal it was the contents of this box which led to a second inquest into Penny's murder. And why had Barbara Baigent, wife of former rock drummer Col Baigent, taken against Penny?Music credit: Poison Ivy by Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs; Written by Leiber - Stoller; Label: Linda Lee  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
In this episode of The Rock Star & The Nanny, we hear about a suspect in the Penny Hill cold case. We learn from police and family Penny was a country girl who trusted everyone. Police reveal Penny likely new her killer. And we explore the significance of a woman's cries on the night Penny was bashed and left for dead. Music credit: Poison Ivy by Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs; Written by Leiber - Stoller; Label: Linda Lee For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
A rock star, a murdered nanny and FIVE suspects… In 1991, Penny Hill was found brutally bashed on the side of a road in Coolah, NSW. She had just landed a dream job as a nanny for Col Baigent – a former drummer with Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs - and his wife Barbara. Three days after starting work, Penny was left for dead in a ditch. In this episode discover more about Penny's last moments - and who became a prime suspect in her death...Music credit: Poison Ivy by Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs; Written by Leiber - Stoller; Label: Linda Lee  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
A rock star, a murdered nanny and FIVE suspects… In 1991, Penny Hill was found brutally bashed on the side of a road in Coolah, NSW. She had just landed a dream job as a nanny for Col Baigent – a former drummer with Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs - and his wife Barbara. Three days after starting work, Penny was left for dead in a ditch. This podcast delves into a shocking crime uncovering new evidence into a case that has haunted a community for almost three decades. Who killed Penny Hill?Music credit: Poison Ivy by Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs; Written by Leiber - Stoller; Label: Linda Lee  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Patricia Schmidt or Suzie, as she was affectionately known by all who loved her, had just started a new job at Burger King in Darlington, SA. It was December 1971 and, already dreaming of the Christmas presents she would buy the family, the 16-year-old volunteered for the late shift to earn that bit more. She finished work at 1.45am and was waiting for her father to pick her up. Only he, too, was working as a barman at the nearby German and was running 10 minutes late. Suzie decided to walk home instead of wait for him. That 10 minutes sealed her fate... Here, Suzie's brother Frank recalls what happened that fateful night For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
It remains an unsolved mystery, a baffling cold case that will leave you wondering what really happened to this young girl. 23-year-old Leisl Smith left her Wallarah home on Sydney's central coast, where she lived with her father, around lunchtime on 19 August 2012. She hasn't been seen since. Here, in an emotional interview with New Idea Investigates, Leisl's mum Sandi talks about the theories surrounding her daughter's disappearance. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
On Wednesday 10 February 1993 Wayne Crossingham, 34, refereed a game of touch football at Woodward Park in Liverpool, NSW.He walked home that night - but as he made his way up the stairs of his apartment block he was brutally murdered. His killer has never been found.In this episode of New Idea Investigates, we talk to Wayne's mum about that fateful night, and what happened next... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
New Idea speaks to the mum of missing Sydney man Nick Veljanovski. In 2014, Nick was 28 years old with a great job, a steady girlfriend, a close family and a promising future. But on June 11 he went for a walk in Sydney's Royal National Park - and inexplicably, has never been seen since. What happened to Nick that fateful day, and what theories surround his disappearance? New Idea investigates...  * For more updates, visit www.facebook.com/nickcomehome For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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