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Podcast: The Power of True Crime with Rachael Brown

September 4, 2018

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Rachael Brown, award winning journalist and author of Trace, the new true crime novel about an unsolved murder, talks to Cheryl Akle about the importance of giving voice to the voiceless. Not to be missed.

Podcast guest: Rachael Brown

Rachael Brown is a broadcast journalist. In 2002, after graduating from RMIT, she began her career with the ABC, where she has held several postings, including Europe correspondent from 2010 to 2013. In 2008, she won her first Walkley Award, for Best Radio Current Affairs Report. Rachael was the creator, investigator, and host of the ABC’s first true-crime podcast, Trace, which won the 2017 Walkley Award for Innovation. The podcast also won two 2017 Quill Awards: for Innovation, and for Best Podcast. Rachael lives in Melbourne, Victoria.

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  1. Tracey (Carpe Librum blog)

    Really enjoyed the insight from Rachael Brown in this podcast. As a listener of Trace, I’m so grateful to her and the ABC for their determination to shed new light on this unsolved cold case and their ability to bring about change and progress in the case. Fingers crossed the James family receive a new enquiry.

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