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08. The White Matchmaker

08. The White Matchmaker

Update: 2019-10-2832
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The wreckage, a missing passport, an unexpected call.



The Passenger List season one finale.



Sponsorship for this episode comes from Squarespace, The RealReal and Away.



Visit passengerlist.org to see a script and full list of credits for “The White Matchmaker,” and join the investigation.



Passenger List was created, co-written and co-directed by John Scott Dryden; co-written and co-directed by Lauren Shippen; and edited and sound designed by Mark Henry Phillips, who also composed the music for the show. “The White Matchmaker” was written by John Scott Dryden. Passenger List is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX.



KAITLIN LE – Kelly Marie Tran

LAURA JONES – Heather Craney

PROFESSOR MARSHAL – Richard Doyle

AGENT FELLOWES – Alex Brown Marshall

MURPHY – Tessa Auberjonois

HASSAN AZIZ – Raad Rawi

Comments (10)

Jane McGarity

I hope there's going to be more episodes. this was left on a real cliffhanger.

Dec 20th
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Masha

and this is where the whole story unfolds to the real message of the story.... Trump man bad, Muslims good. as if they were naturally against one another. 🙄

Dec 17th
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Alvaro A. Fuentes

like all good podcasts it ends on a freaking cliffhanger

Dec 6th
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InsufferableInsanity

holy shit

Nov 6th
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08. The White Matchmaker

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