Episode of the day: “On the Inside, Part III”

Listen to “On the Inside, Part III” (49:24)

Podcast: Reply All (Episode 66)

It seems that this case was based on too many abstract impressions and feelings. The absence of physical evidence is appalling. I’ve been reading Paul’s long blog entries and I find them fascinating.

More information:

Paul Modrowski’s blog.

“Faraci’s Wife Admits Lying About Beheading” article in the Chicago Tribune.

Paul Modrowski
Paul Modrowski. (Image: from Paul Modrowski’s blog)


Episode of the day:”On the Inside, Part II”

Listen to “On the Inside, Part II” (38:22)

Podcast: Reply All (Episode 65)

I was looking forward to this episode. Still great reporting, but the scope changed a little bit from a story about an interesting character who happens to be an incarcerated blogger to the story of someone who was potentially wrongfully convicted of murder. It’s very important to raise awareness on wrongful convictions. Let’s see where Part III leads us to. Looking forward!

More information:

If you haven’t, listen to Episode of the day: “On the Inside” first.

Article “Grisly Tale Of Barrington Killing” in the Chicago Tribune.

Paul Modrowski
Paul Modrowski. (Image: from Paul Modrowski’s blog)


Episode of the day: “On the Inside”

Listen to “On the Inside” (29:37)

Podcast: Reply All (Episode 64)

There are so many layers to this story! What an incredible episode. Congratulations on this work Sruthi Pinnamaneni! This is the story of a very interesting human being, who happens to be a blogger who is serving a life sentence. And by the way, he’s also autistic, Trump supporter, and atheist (against his mother will!). This story will continue on the next episode of Reply All. Can’t wait.

More information:

Paul Modrowski – On the Inside blog

“Modrowski Guilty in Beheading” article in the Chicago Tribune

More about Sruthi Pinnamaneni

Paul Modrowski
Paul Modrowski (Image: from Paul Modrowski’s blog)

Episode of the day: “Decoders”

Listen to “Decoders”

Podcast: Reply All (Episode 62)

Another view on ISIS

Summary from the podcast: “Reporter Rukmini Callimachi is always looking for new ways to eavesdrop on ISIS operatives online. Recently, she got a new look into how ISIS members might be using the internet to coordinate their attacks.”

More information:

Rukimini Callimachi in The New York Times

Runa Sandvik in Forbes

More about TrueCrypt on Wikipedia

Rukmini Callimachi (Image: Rebecca Blackwell / Associated Press)

Episode of the day: "Milk Wanted"

“Milk Wanted”

Podcast: Reply All (Episode 57)

Very interesting episode for mums, dads and entrepreneurs…

“There are parents in the US desperate for breast milk and others who have too much milk and end up pouring it down the sink. Reply All wades into the world of breast milk markets, and discovers a breast milk paradise, shady breast milk scammers, and the surprising history of breast milk in the United States”

Listen to “Milk Wanted”

More information:

Article “Why Brazil loves Breastfeeding” from The Atlantic

Article about the history of breast milk in The New Yorker

The original Fritz Talbot’s article in The Journal of the American Medical Association

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