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An important story but not for the faint-hearted: Deadliest Day podcast reviewed

13 July 2019

9:00 AM

13 July 2019

9:00 AM

One of the advantages that podcasts have over the scheduled array of programmes is the space that can be given to a subject, turning what would have been a one-off into a whole series sometimes three or four hours long. This can be offputting. Who has the time to give so much to one programme? Even more so now when there’s so much else on offer to distract and entertain.

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