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I'm Cam Logan - I'm a people person. I want to explore the human soul...as long as it isn't all wet and goey. We are the incredibly compelling species we know very little about. Let's change that. I will search the planet for those with a story to tell and discover the person behind the experience. It may be a celebrity, your neighbor or even you. What it certainly won't be is something you'd expect. We'll explore the deeper side of what it means to be human. This is a show about us and I ca ...
 
A brand new podcast featuring Emmy-nominated TV host and true-crime obsessive Stephanie Bauer. The podcast takes some of the most popular and riveting true-crime documentaries on award-winning digital channel Real Stories and transforms them into podcast episodes. The series begins with Angel of Death. Told over four chilling episodes, this follows the police investigation uncovering the horrifying truth behind the mysterious deaths of numerous patients at a California hospital. Then comes D ...
 
A brand new interview podcast that offers listeners a chance to get closer to their favourite non-fiction filmmakers. We will hear about their life and career through the lens of three thematically-united documentaries that have had a lasting impact on them. Discover why these documentaries have the meaning they do and how that has manifested in their own non-fiction filmmaking. Hosted by June Jennings, a writer and journalist, who currently serves as the engagement and partnerships manager ...
 
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This story journeys to the said region and explores recently-unearthed archaeological evidence of a technologically-advanced civilization that once lay there, now submerged beneath the Black Sea. The original documentary was licensed by New Domnion to Little Dot Studios. Podcast edit production by Ance Priedniece You can find more from us on: https…
 
The final instalment of a 3-part story, this is the tale of an international drug-smuggling ring that unravels after a skydiver lands dead on a suburban driveway in the middle of the night. Found with a bag containing drugs, guns and military-grade night-vision goggles, the investigation reveals assassinations, corruption and international crime ki…
 
At 9:00 a.m. on February 19, 1945, the soldiers of the United States Marine Corps 5th Division, H Company lowered themselves down rope cargo nets into landing crafts rocking in five-foot seas. They were less than a mile from the shore of the remote South Pacific island of Iwo Jima and one of the most notorious battles of World War Two. The original…
 
Episode 2 of a 3-part story, this is the tale of an international drug-smuggling ring that unravels after a skydiver lands dead on a suburban driveway in the middle of the night. Found with a bag containing drugs, guns and military-grade night-vision goggles, the investigation reveals assassinations, corruption and international crime kingpins. The…
 
At 9:00 a.m. on February 19, 1945, the soldiers of the United States Marine Corps 5th Division, H Company lowered themselves down rope cargo nets into landing crafts rocking in five-foot seas. They were less than a mile from the shore of the remote South Pacific island of Iwo Jima and one of the most notorious battles of World War Two. The original…
 
The opening episode of an intriguing 3-part story - the tale of an international drug-smuggling ring that unravels after a skydiver lands dead on a suburban driveway in the middle of the night. Found with a bag containing drugs, guns and military-grade night-vision goggles, the investigation reveals assassinations, corruption and international crim…
 
The personalities and spectres of Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin loom large in the events of the twentieth Century. They were similar in some respects and yet very different in others. The original documentary was licensed by DRG to Little Dot Studios. Podcast edit production by Richard Tanner. You can find more from us on: https://www.youtube.com/…
 
The final episode of a 4-part story following a police investigation that uncovers the horrifying truth behind the mysterious deaths of numerous patients at a California hospital. The original documentary Angel Of Death was licensed by New Dominion Pictures to Little Dot Studios. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Churchill v Stalin examines the duel between the British and Russian leaders over what kind of Europe would emerge at the end of the war; a duel during which Roosevelt secretly intervened behind Churchill's back to decide the outcome The original documentary was licensed by DRG to Little Dot Studios. Podcast edit production by Harry Kalfayan. You c…
 
Episode 3 of a 4-part story following a police investigation that uncovers the horrifying truth behind the mysterious deaths of numerous patients at a California hospital. The original documentary Angel Of Death was licensed by New Dominion Pictures to Little Dot Studios. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Wylie Gustafson is a native Montanan singer/songwriter with 22 albums and 3 decades of performing, writing, and recording under his belt. He is one of the few authentic voices of the American West who steadfastly celebrates and sings about the active rural culture of America. As on critic called him, “…the coolest cowpoke around. Forget everything …
 
Episode 2 of a 4-part story following a police investigation that uncovers the horrifying truth behind the mysterious deaths of numerous patients at a California hospital. The original documentary Angel Of Death was licensed by New Dominion Pictures to Little Dot Studios. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
An examination of the mental battles waged between 20th-century leaders Winston Churchill and Franklin D Roosevelt during the first two years of their relationship. A duel of false promises, evasion and delusion ensued, which was far removed from the more familiar image of friendship and loyalty. World War II was not only a military conflict. It wa…
 
The opening episode of a 4-part story following a police investigation that uncovers the horrifying truth behind the mysterious deaths of numerous patients at a California hospital. The original documentary Angel Of Death was licensed by New Dominion Pictures to Little Dot Studios. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
King Herod is regarded as the most fascinating and appalling figure of the biblical world. Shrouded in legend, the evil King is portrayed in every Christmas Nativity play as a monster who killed hundreds of babies and tried to slaughter the baby Jesus in order to retain his title – King of the Jews. But who was the real Herod? Was he real at all, o…
 
During the Second World War SS Intelligence developed a secret weapon to undermine and ruin the British war effort – it was a weapon made of paper. Operation Bernhard – the Nazi codename for this covert project – became the biggest currency forgery in history, counterfeiting, at today’s value, over three billion pounds. The 104-strong workforce who…
 
The Tinklers, Charles Brohawn and Chris Mason, are an "outsider" band from Baltimore who have been together since 1979. Their talent can be seen on the documentary, Everybody Loves The Tinklers. Their performance is the antithesis of conventional standards and skills thought necessary for making music. People may try to tell you that. They create a…
 
If you missed part one of this story, listen back to our previous episode to catch up. Located in the middle of Suleiman The Magnificent’s Palace, the Harem it was a place where sex could equal power. As you can imagine, some listener discretion is advised. The original documentary was licensed by DRG to Little Dot Studios. You can find more from u…
 
Located in the middle of Suleiman The Magnificent’s Palace, the Harem it was a place where sex could equal power. As you can imagine, some listener discretion is advised. The original documentary was licensed by DRG to Little Dot Studios. You can find more from us on: https://www.youtube.com/timelinechannel https://www.facebook.com/timelineWH https…
 
My guest tonight joins a short list of rockers who embraced the ukulele and made it cool. The ukulele that almost became a dorm room decoration in 1978 became his signature sound and formed his many, brilliant punk-leaning songs about love and politics. Camaig de Forest crafted a career out of his passion for music at the University of California S…
 
In part two of this two part story we continue our exploration rise into the annihilation of Carthage and the Roman General Scipio who ordered it. The original documentary was licensed by DRG to Little Dot Studios. You can find more from us on: https://www.youtube.com/timelinechannel https://www.facebook.com/timelineWH https://www.instagram.com/tim…
 
Tonight we take a trip to the South Pole with South Pole Winter Site Manager Wayne White. This is a place of conspiracy and wonder, maybe because more people have been to Area 51 than have been to the South Pole… Wayne is responsible for 42 lives in an environment that promises only cold and darkness. What wonders lie hundreds of miles from ANY hum…
 
Tonight, Dr. Lawrence Krauss joins me. He is an internationally known theoretical physicist and has held research appointments at Harvard, Yale, The University of Chicago and Boston University. He is the author of over 500 publications and 11 popular books, including the NYT bestsellers The Physics of Star Trek, and A Universe from Nothing. His new…
 
In late 2017, scientists at a Hawaiian observatory glimpsed an object soaring through our inner solar system, moving so quickly that it could only have come from another star. Avi Loeb, Harvard’s top astronomer, showed it was not an asteroid; it was moving too fast along a strange orbit, and left no trail of gas or debris in its wake. There was onl…
 
In part one of this two part story we explore the rise of Carthage and introduce you to one of the greatest military strategists in history... Hannibal. The original documentary was licensed by DRG to Little Dot Studios. You can find more from us on: https://www.youtube.com/timelinechannel https://www.facebook.com/timelineWH https://www.instagram.c…
 
Presented by Professor David Reynolds. Historian Professor David Reynolds reassesses Stalin’s role in the life and death struggle between Germany and Russia in World War Two, which he argues was ultimately more critical for British survival than ‘Our Finest Hour’ in the Battle of Britain itself. The original documentary was licensed by DRG to Littl…
 
Presented by Professor David Reynolds. Historian Professor David Reynolds reassesses Stalin’s role in the life and death struggle between Germany and Russia in World War Two, which he argues was ultimately more critical for British survival than ‘Our Finest Hour’ in the Battle of Britain itself. The original documentary was licensed by DRG to Littl…
 
To celebrate the first season of The Doc Exchange: A Real Stories podcast, here are some of our highlights from our conversations with some of the biggest names in modern documentary filmmaking. Hear from the filmmakers behind many of this year’s most lauded and talked about documentaries as they reveal which non-fiction films mean the most to them…
 
Nixon In The Den develops a fresh account of Nixon and his ruthless ambition to escape a loveless, impoverished background. Historian David Reynolds argues that Nixon was genuinely successful as an international statesman, with historic visits to Communist China and the Soviet Union in 1972 helping thaw the Cold War. Yet, behind the scenes, Nixon’s…
 
In this episode, June is joined by Kirsten Johnson, a long-time cinematographer and documentary filmmaker who received widespread critical acclaim for her two most recent movies as director Cameraperson (2016) and Dick Johnson Is Dead (2020). Through the lens of three films that consider what it means to document life, death and the world around us…
 
2,500 years ago, the Persian King Cambyses led his army into the desert to destroy the Oracle of Ammon and disappeared forever. Despite efforts in the 1930s to discover what happened to him, no clues were found until 1996 when a geologist stumbled on evidence by accident. The Egyptian authorities have suppressed news of these findings until now. Th…
 
On this episode of The Doc Exchange, June Jennings is joined by Catherine Bray, a commissioner, producer and writer-director, whose most recent credits include two hour-long essays films for BBC Arts: Meet the Family and Guilt-Free Pleasures. Together they interrogate the theme of performance, constructed reality and fabrication and how this can al…
 
Part two of a double episode looking at the lesser known figure of Vespasian. This podcast looks at the life of perhaps the most liked but least documented Roman emperors, Vespasian, who transitioned a weakened empire into a period of stability and growth, from childhood to his death in 79 AD. The documentary Imperium - The Path to Power was licens…
 
In this episode of The Doc Exchange, June Jennings is joined by Tamara Kotevska, the Oscar-nominated co-director of Honeyland. Discussing three seemingly disparate, but equally powerful documentaries, Tamara reflects on her experience of making a film about ancient beekeeping traditions in the mountains of North Macedonia, the spirit of collaborati…
 
Imperium - The Path to Power looks at the life of perhaps the most liked but least documented Roman emperors, Vespasian, who transitioned a weakened empire into a period of stability and growth. The documentary Imperium - The Path to Power was licensed by DRG to Little Dot Studios. You can find more from us on: https://www.youtube.com/timelinechann…
 
Today, on December 25th, we fittingly bring you a story about Jesus. After his, Jesus' followers split into two factions. They held radically different views about their leader – his identity, his message and his vision of the future. One of those factions flourished under the guiding genius of St Paul – and eventually wrote its version of the stor…
 
This is part two of our two-part episode titled Sexpionage. Sexpionage tells the stories of two women who were seduced by secret agents working for the East German intelligence service, the Stasi. At the height of the Cold War the Stasi would regularly despatch their agents to the West German capital, Bonn, armed with the task of forming long term …
 
The amazing story about a man and his dream to be the president of the United States. Troy Evans takes us on a journey from his boyhood town of Missoula Montana to Vietnam, the Montana State Prison and finally Hollywood. Not necessarily in that order. Troy has appeared in hundreds of television programs and dozens of movies. The man just wanted to …
 
Welcome to The Doc Exchange: A Real Stories Podcast, where your favourite non-fiction filmmakers reveal the documentaries that have had a lasting impact on their lives and careers. This week, June Jennings is joined by Simon Chinn, the Oscar-winning producer behind some of the most successful documentaries of the past decade including Man on Wire, …
 
Sexpionage tells the stories of two women who were seduced by secret agents working for the East German intelligence service, the Stasi. At the height of the Cold War the Stasi would regularly despatch their agents to the West German capital, Bonn, armed with the task of forming long term relationships with single women working at embassies or gove…
 
Welcome to The Doc Exchange: A Real Stories Podcast, where your favourite non-fiction filmmakers reveal the documentaries that have had a lasting impact on their lives and careers. This week, June Jennings is joined by Brian Woods and Kate Blewett for a special episode reflecting on the 25th anniversary of their award-winning Channel 4 documentary …
 
This is part two of our story about the Royal Family in the mid 20th Century. The Coronation in 1953 appeared to be a glittering triumph for the House of Windsor. But behind the scenes there was a three-cornered story of jealousy and rivalry at the highest level. On one side Prince Philip was at odds with the Queen Mother over his desire to moderni…
 
Welcome to The Doc Exchange: A Real Stories Podcast, where your favourite non-fiction filmmakers reveal the documentaries that have had a lasting impact on their lives and careers. This week, host June Jennings is joined by Poppy Dixon, Director of Documentaries at Sky UK and the producer of Untouchable, The Imposter and American Animals. United by…
 
The Coronation in 1953 appeared to be a glittering triumph for the House of Windsor. But behind the scenes there was a three-cornered story of jealousy and rivalry at the highest level. On one side Prince Philip was at odds with the Queen Mother over his desire to modernise the monarchy. On the other the old Queen was jealous of her daughter's sudd…
 
Welcome to The Doc Exchange: A Real Stories Podcast, where your favourite non-fiction filmmakers reveal the documentaries that have had a lasting impact on their lives and careers. This week, we're joined by filmmaking, and life, partners Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk. The duo most recently directed the Netflix Original documentary Athlete A, which fol…
 
In this episode we’re diving deep into how Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse’s war of electric currents led to the creation of the electric chair - and how at the time, this supposedly humane method of execution, turned out to be anything but. WARNING: This documentary includes a detailed description of an execution via electric chair. Listener…
 
Anytime John Lear talks conspiracies, it’s time to shut up and listen. Tonight John talks about a universe that is much bigger than most of us realize. Sit back and listen to the Godfather of Conspiracy on My Alien Life. “One of the anguishes of advancing age is losing old friends. The upside of that, though, is that I get to tell the story my way.…
 
It is said that the greatest art forger in the world is the one who has never been caught―the astonishing story of America’s most accomplished art forger, Ken Perenyi. Ten years ago, an FBI investigation in conjunction with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York was about to expose a scandal in the art world that would have…
 
Welcome to The Doc Exchange: A Real Stories Podcast, where your favourite non-fiction filmmakers reveal the documentaries that have had a lasting impact on their lives and careers. This week, co-directors Nicole Newnham and Jim LeBrecht join June Jennings to reveal the three documentaries that inspired their work on Crip Camp - the Netflix document…
 
Tonight we will talk about the amazing ways of being able to use our higher brain functions in a way that most people have never heard of. Edd Edwards has spent 24 years of clinical study devoted to his special abilities. By using his brain he can reset and activate healing mechanisms; with the energy that he has learned and is able to control. Ton…
 
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