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Case 110: Muriel McKay

Case 110: Muriel McKay

Update: 2019-05-0341
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During the 1950s and ’60s, Australian reporter and journalist Rupert Murdoch became the senior executive of his own private news proprietor company...



Episode narrated by the Anonymous Host



Episode researched and written by Milly Raso



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Comments (23)

Jocelyn Allan

While I agree that Narrators tone is flat and somewhat monotonous, I find it highly effective in that it concentrates the listener's attention to the content - the story. By doing this, it allows the listener to draw his/her own conclusions about what is significant and dramatic, by listening to the words, not HOW the words are spoken. It's akin to reading a story, not being told a story. Even though it IS being told a story lol. Do I make any sense?

May 28th
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Lisa Corona

I still love it!

May 28th
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Hayley Bulloch

How sad. Murdoch family leaves a trail of lies and deceit, and worse, from very early on.... many more episodes could follow on.

May 4th
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longjohn60123

Hayley Bulloch The wake of their evil ravishes lives without their even knowing

May 5th
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Kamille Martin

i love the show and antisipate every podcast

May 4th
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Margaret Dawson

This show has gotten harder to listen to. I've always appreciated the in-depth research and interesting but understandable narration - but there's been a change over the past couple of weeks. What the narrator is reading sounds lofty, like it would be better read in a novel than spoken out loud. It makes episodes hard to connect with and listen to. I could barely pay attention to this episode.

May 4th
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Ryan McKinless

Amy Correctrix I have to agree I'm afraid, a more theatrically sinister tone, and slower too. I now have to listen at x1.25, but it's a first worlder. Still enjoy the show.

May 8th
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Ryan McKinless

Amy Correctrix I have to agree I'm afraid, a more theatrically sinister tone, and slower too. I now have to listen at x1.25, but it's a first worlder. Still enjoy the show.

May 8th
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Eddie Jeffery

yes

May 3rd
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