17 Burst results for "Laura Beale"

"laura beale" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:38 min | 3 weeks ago

"laura beale" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"The the Free I. Heart Radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I. Heart Radio podcast preview. Imagine You're struggling with back pain for months. No one can tell you what's wrong. Then you find a doctor, in the words that he said that I wanted to hear was I could fix you. And those are magic words lists. I was in pain and somebody in neurosurgeon Terek conviction. You trust He'll take care of your problem. Nothing but good reports and the list of accolades that were two pages long When you talk to him. He's engaging. He seems very intelligent. He's witty. He's charming. He would always talk about. I'm going to be a doctor. But he has this dark side that he likes to keep separate and hidden from everybody else. This is a story about 33 patients who put their trust in a prominent surgeon in Dallas State. Your full name for the record. Christopher Daniel Bunch. And wish they hadn't This friend called me and said, I believe that your doctor is on the news that he has been killing patients, and it's a story about a system that failed to protect them at every possible turn. I'm trying to stop this guy from being let operate anywhere anytime. Any place. Have you ever been under the influence of any drugs during the time that you were performing spinal surgery on any patient? I take the fifth. This was not an operation that was performed. This was attempted murder. Oh, did don't take no vacations in his land. From wondering the network behind Dirty John. I'm your host and reporter Laura Beale. Doctor Death Our new six part series subscribe today. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app. Number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one. The free I Heart radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I. Heart Radio podcast Preview. Hello, listeners..

"laura beale" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"laura beale" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It? Don't take no vacation. In this land from wondering the network behind Dirty John. I'm your host and reporter Laura Beale. Doctor Death Our new six part series subscribe today. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app. Number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one. the scenes guide to grich er, 10 on Bridget In the official podcast. We're talking to the creator Designers cast and crew about how this fantasy world dipped in history came to life. Come on, I'm taking you inside Shondaland I heart radio is number one for podcasts, and it's easy to hear why listen to bridge button the official podcast on the I heart radio app or anywhere you get your favorite shows. There is enough money in the kitty to pay off all of the past, due rent that has accumulated here in the state of California. Are we ever going to run out of money? Not with the fence. It is the only entity that can print money. Bill Handel mornings from 6 to 10. So congratulations for those of you that didn't pay the rent on K F. Underneath the former phase. If you listen to the way you get so high breathing in like that Mhm tonight, listen to the flag if I am 6, 40 0 Kelly and Layla Mohammed in for Gary.

"laura beale" Discussed on The Vaping Fix

The Vaping Fix

03:37 min | 3 months ago

"laura beale" Discussed on The Vaping Fix

"The one who's going to have to decide whether that benefit the longtime smokers is greater than the risk to kids nonsmokers. Laura thank you so much for answering all these questions. It's been super interesting. Yeah it's rare that we get the chance to actually grill. The person that makes our favorite podcast was really fun. Thank you it's been a pleasure from wondering this is a special episode of the vaping. Fix this is a series about what happens when the spirit of innovation collides with greed politics and the unforgiving reality of addiction. If you like our show please give us a five star rating and a review and be sure to tell your friends you can follow the show on amazon music apple podcasts and the wendy app or wherever. You're listening right now. In the episode notes you'll find some links and offers from our sponsors. Police support them another way. You can support the show by filling out a small survey at wondering dot com slash survey. The vaping fix is written and reported by me. Laura beale associate producer. Denise chan managing producer is lot the pandya sound design by jay rothman executive producers. Are george lavender marshal. Louis.

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"laura beale" Discussed on The Vaping Fix

The Vaping Fix

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"laura beale" Discussed on The Vaping Fix

"Also happens to be super cool and high tech and tastes like mango. And that problem looked like a seventeen year old high school student in connecticut. I would literally fall asleep with the jewel like in my mouth half time. Because i'd be smoking until i go to sleep. That's on the next episode of the vaping. Fix for wonder. This is episode. Two of six of the vaping fix. This is a series about what happens when the spirit of innovation collides with greed politics and the unforgiving reality of addiction. If you like our show please give us a five star rating and review and be sure to tell your friends. The next episode will be out in a week. But you can listen to it right now ad free by joining wendy plus in the wondering app you can follow the show on amazon music apple podcasts and the wondering app or wherever. You're listening right now. In the episode notes you'll find some links and offers from our sponsors. Please support them another way. You can support. The show is by filling out a small survey at one dot com slash survey. The vaping fix is written and reported. By me. Laura beale associate producer is denise chan fact checking by jacqueline colletti additional production assistance from daniel gonzalez. Managing producer is led the pontiac sound designed by jeff schmidt executive producers are george lavender marshal..

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"laura beale" Discussed on Analysis of Murder by Dr. Phil

Analysis of Murder by Dr. Phil

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"laura beale" Discussed on Analysis of Murder by Dr. Phil

"You're like me. You probably listen to the podcast Dr Death when it came out in twenty eighteen at shocked listeners by shining a light on Dr Dutch and the system that allowed him to maim and kill thirty three patients in taxes. Now journalists and hosts Laura Beale is back with a new story about a doctor who poisoned his patients with drugs they didn't need to treat diseases they didn't have. A doctor who had over five hundred victims before being stopped by the FBI. A doctor who deserves the name Dr Death. Season to explore a story of a well respected oncologist for eat FIDANZA. Who diagnosed thousands of patients with cancer but he was lying lying about everything I'm going to play a brief from the show. Be Sure to subscribe to Dr Death. Season Two on apple podcast or listen early an ad free by joining wonder plus in the wondering APP. Download the APP Today Imagine. You're not feeling well and it won't go away a little fatigue some Achey nece. A loved. One. Tells you go see a doctor? So okay, you go to your doctor and you get some blood work done when the results come back there are a few questions. Your doctor recommends you go see a specialist, my internal medicine doctors that you know. Hey, I sent my mom to him. Is World Renowned Sloan Kettering graduate a specialist who cares WHO's attentive. You know he had these very soulful is located in a state of the art inviting office. It was a beautiful building, a beautiful office that had this lovely healing garden attached to. The doctor takes one look at your lab work. He makes a face and then he says three of the most horrifying words a patient can hear. You have cancer. You're devastated but you're also grateful because you believe you caught it early and you're being treated by the best I would say he is education and experience in Michigan is unparalleled second to none doctor Farid. Fata is leading authority in the treatment of cancer in US close attention cutting edge treatments by care as Ben Phenomenal. The staff is warm and friendly and care and the caring has just been amazing. All thanks to Doctor Farid Fata federal father's just gods. Under fifty, thousand Dr Fires. But fortunately, it will turn out. There's only one. Because after months of appointments, our spending Chemo chairs poison pumping through your veins accepting that you might not survive. You learn something you can barely comprehend. You don't have cancer. You never did. And you're not the only one. From wondering, I'm Laura Beale and this is season two of Dr Death. Since the first season of Doctor Death came out, we've received hundreds of tips about doctors who've abused our medical system. I still get a few every week. On Season Two we've investigated the story that people have asked us about more than any other. A story about one doctor in Michigan who manipulated the system.

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"laura beale" Discussed on Cold

Cold

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"laura beale" Discussed on Cold

"When wondrous Dr Death came out in two thousand eighteen it shocked listeners by shining a light on the story of Dr Dodge and the system failure that allowed him to maim and kill thirty three patients. Now, in twenty twenty host Laura Beale is back with a new season of Dr Death that explores the incredible true story of a doctor who sacrifices patients health for personal profit, a doctor who had over five hundred. Victims before being stopped by the FBI, a doctor who deserved the name given to him by victims. Dr. Death Season to dig into the story of Doctor Farid Fata who for years diagnosed thousands of patients with cancer and as one of the most well respected oncologist and Michigan they believed him they believed him when he told them, they needed chemotherapy and they believed he could save their lives but he was lying about everything. You're about to hear a brief clip from the show. But while you're listening, make sure to subscribe to Dr Death Season Two on Apple podcasts wondering feel story. Imagine you're not feeling well and it won't go away a little fatigue, some Aquinas. A loved one tells you go see a doctor? So okay, you go to your doctor and you get some blood work done when the results come back there are a few questions. Your doctor recommends you go see a specialist, my internal medicine doctors that you know. Hey, I set my mom to him is world renowned Sloan. Kettering. Graduate a specialist who cares WHO's attentive you know he had these very soulful is located in a state of the art inviting office it was a beautiful. Beautiful Office that had this lovely healing garden attached to it. The doctor takes one look at your lab work. He makes a face and then he says three of the most horrifying words a patient can hear. You have cancer. You're devastated but you're also grateful because you believe you caught it early and you're being treated by the best I would say the is education experience in Michigan is unparalleled second to none Doctor Farid Fata is a leading authority in the treatment of cancer in the US close attention cutting edge treatments by care as been phenomenal the staff is warm and friendly and care and the. Has just been amazing. All thanks to Doctor Farid Fata. Father's still godsend sugar under fifty thousand Dr. Face. But fortunately, it will turn out. There's only one. Because after months of appointments, our spending, chemo chairs, poison pumping through your veins accepting that you might not survive. You learn something that you can barely comprehend. You don't have cancer. You never did. And you're not the only one. From wonder I'm Laura Beale, and this is season two of Dr Death. Since. The first season of Doctor Death came out, we've received hundreds of tips about doctors who've abused our medical system. I still get a few every week. On Season Two, we've investigated the story that people have asked us about more than any other. A story about one doctor in Michigan who manipulated the system to terrifying ends and put hundreds of lives at risk..

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"laura beale" Discussed on The Mysterious Mr. Epstein

The Mysterious Mr. Epstein

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"laura beale" Discussed on The Mysterious Mr. Epstein

"When wondrous Dr Death came out in two thousand eighteen, it shocked listeners by shining a light on the story of Dr Dodge and the system failure that allowed him to maim and kill thirty three patients. Now in twenty twenty host Laura Beale is back with a new season of Dr, death that explores the incredible true story of a doctor who sacrifices patients health for personal profit, a doctor who had over five hundred. Victims before being stopped by the FBI a doctor who deserved the name given to him by victims Dr Death Season to dig into the story of Doctor Farid Fata who for years diagnosed thousands of patients with cancer and as one of the most well respected oncologist and Michigan they believed him they believed him when he told them, they needed chemotherapy and they believed he could save their lives but he was lying about everything. You're about to hear a brief clip from the show. But while you're listening, make sure to subscribe to Dr Death. Season Two on apple podcasts wondering feel story. Imagine. You're not feeling well and it won't go away a little fatigue, some Aquinas. A loved one tells you go see a doctor so okay, you go to your doctor and you get some blood work done when the results come back there are a few questions. Your doctor recommends you go see a specialist, my internal medicine doctors that you know, hey, I set my mom to him is world renowned, Sloan Kettering, graduate a specialist who cares WHO's attentive. You know he had these very soulful is located in a state of the art inviting office. It was a beautiful building, a beautiful office that had this lovely healing garden attached to it. The doctor takes one look at your lab work. He makes a face and then he says three of the most horrifying words a patient can hear. You have cancer. You're devastated but you're also grateful because you believe you caught it early and you're being treated by the best I would say the is education experience in Michigan is unparalleled second to none doctor Farid. Fata is a leading authority in the treatment of cancer in the US close attention cutting edge treatments by care as been phenomenal the staff is warm and friendly and care and the. Has just been amazing. All thanks to Doctor Farid Fata. Father's still godsend sugar under fifty thousand Dr Phase. But fortunately, it will turn out. There's only one. Because after months of appointments, our spending Chemo chairs, poison pumping through your veins accepting that you might not survive. You learn something that you can barely comprehend. You don't have cancer. You never did. And you're not the only one. From wonder I'm Laura Beale and this is season two of Dr Death. Since the first season of Doctor Death came out, we've received hundreds of tips about doctors who abused our medical system. I still get a few every week. On Season Two, we've investigated the story that people have asked us about more than any other. A story about one doctor in Michigan, who manipulated the system to terrifying ends and put hundreds of lives at risk..

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"laura beale" Discussed on Bunga Bunga

Bunga Bunga

03:51 min | 11 months ago

"laura beale" Discussed on Bunga Bunga

"Doctor Death is back for a second season with journalist Laura Beale. Once again, looking into the flaws in our medical system, as well as what happens when those who are supposed to do no harm break their oaths. The series is so addictive. I'm so obsessed with it. It's a somehow true story about Doctor Farid Fata who by the time he was caught he had over five hundred. Victims. Subscribe to Dr Death, season, two and get ready to feel the truly unique blend of outrage and terror my personal to favourite feelings mixed together I'm about to play a brief clip from season to of Dr Death. But while you're listening, make sure to subscribe on Apple podcasts or you can listen early ad free by joining wonder plus in the wondering APP download the APP Today. Imagine you're not feeling well and it won't go away a little fatigue. Some Achey nece. A loved one tells you go see Dr? So okay you go to your doctor and you get some blood work done when the results come back there are a few questions. Doctor recommends you go see a specialist, my internal medicine doctors that you know hey, I sent my mom to him is world renowned Sloan Kettering graduate a specialist who cares WHO's a tentative? You know he had these very soulful is located in a state of the art inviting office. It was a beautiful building a beautiful. That had this lovely healing garden attached to. The doctor takes one look at your lab work. He makes a face and then he says three of the most horrifying words a patient can hear. You have cancer. You're devastated but you're also grateful because you believe you caught it early and you're being treated by the best I would say is education and experience in Michigan is unparalleled second none Doctor Farid Fata is leading forty the treatment of cancer in the US close attention cutting edge treatments by care as been phenomenal the staff is warm and friendly care and the caring has just been amazing. All thanks to Doctor Farid Fata Just God sent should be under fifty thousand doctor. But fortunately, it will turn out there's only one. Because after months of appointments, our spending Chemo chairs, poison pumping through your veins accepting that you might not survive. You learn something that you can barely comprehend. You don't have cancer. You never did. And you're not the only one. From wondering, I'm Laura Beale and this is season two of Dr Death. Since the first season of doctor death came out. We've received hundreds of tips about doctors who've abused our medical system. I still get a few every week. On Season Two we've investigated the story that people have asked about more than any other. A story about one doctor in. Michigan.

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"laura beale" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"laura beale" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"To the Donald Trump has to try to do something tonight. That he's never been able to do which is appeal to his base, and then also expand that base and that's that's GonNa be really challenging because tonight he's going to be muted. The crazy outlandish things that he says that tend to be beneficial in excite his base he's not going to be able to do it. He's going to be the clean version of a donald trump album tonight every time he tries to interrupt every time he tries to say why someone's going to block him. So this will be a very challenging night for him. I don't know if he has the skill set to do it but if you can't at least change the media narrative after tonight's debate performance, we're going to be a around game right now he's behind both in cash and feet on the ground. Robert you've prep these and you know whether you're going to admit it or not. Barack, Obama and Donald Trump do have one thing in common as president. Maybe. It's the darn thing. But neither of them had their best first debate as an incumbent. We've certainly seen Obama and other debates do better than he did in that first one and trump who whether you like it or not has at times Ben Wide ranging the quote unquote funny. Different styles in the primary debates with Republicans none of that I mean he came off terribly last time he was haranguing he was interrupting he was negative. He was a churlish childish. You name it Do you see Donald Trump having advised people in these debates these presidents as you've done Turning any corner here or is that hard for incumbents to do? Well, look I think the question boils down to are we going to see more disciplined donald trump tonight and I, think there's Four plus years of evidence that makes that likely a pretty hard lift in a pretty big lift for him to do look I actually think the presidential debate commission is GonNa, help him at I. Don't mean that in an various way I think the mute button will help him in the sense that he's not going to seem. At least for those two minute answers overly borish and bullying in the answers like he did last time I think that will help him. The question is tonight. Can he press a case either against Biden that's disciplined about whether it's on the economy or what he's running on or what have you, and can he get people in this country as was said earlier to think differently. About him as president, he's he has to come off as somebody WHO's different than we've seen in the past somebody who makes you feel better about who he is as a leader and that to me is the lift again that just seems somewhat unimaginable to see was a little easier to get Barack Obama back on track after admittedly a terrible first debate in in two thousand twelve. Libby Robert Gibbs here making the gentle shading of Donald Trump. That anything that produces less trump like a mute button may be good for him. But that's a media strategy from someone who knows it well, me what do you see tonight? That listening right that President Obama was listening to his counselors in advisors and course correcting we all right after that first debate Ari Fleischer on Fox and friends with the whiteboard with instructions to president trump and some were joking it was. I'm Laura Beale and my podcast Dr Death we dug into the story of Dr Dench and the system failure that allowed him to maim and kill patients in Texas. Since Dr Death came out, I've received hundreds of tips about doctors who've abused their patients. I still get a few every week but one story in particular has kept coming in over and over again far more than any other. It's a story about a doctor who sacrificed his patience health for personal profit, a doctor who had over five hundred victims before being stopped by the FBI, a doctor who deserves the nickname given to him by.

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"laura beale" Discussed on Dying For Sex

Dying For Sex

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"laura beale" Discussed on Dying For Sex

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"laura beale" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"laura beale" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Laura beale we've talked about dr death on here bunch it's definitely our favorite podcasts last year incredibly and when we wanna podcast award we promptly said that they should have one right so we have laura beale the journalist behind dr death she's a journalist with more than twenty years of experience and health and science writing and she has a new podcast called bad batch she's also danged alicia tasty she's awesome we don't regularly get to to talk with a real hound dog journal yeah it's true it was really cool LS now as far as thanksgiving leaving can't tell me well i just wanna give thanks let's give give thanks for my family without them i just don't know what joy exists in my life i'm grateful for this podcast most i'm grateful that i'm i'm healthy complain about certain things arthritis and everything but that's bulls that's nothing yeah that's true big fucking warp what are you for i'm grateful for grateful that we're going to get a new charlie calendar soon dan yeah i look forward to that all those things are friendship circle berry that's my number one other my family community yeah yeah everywhere we go it's like it doesn't matter where we go it's just all about who you're with and we are with the most fun people and i am filled with so much joy join love because all of them me too yeah very grateful for you a little less grateful for wabe.`y but very grateful lobby rob what are you grateful form guys thanks and calvin natalie calvin coolidge boys got a real cute little bronco he does alvin elven coolidge calvin coolidge a positive man in history we didn't name him after him well for the record yeah well they are we are you sure attractively be named after him anyways happy thanksgiving everyone's having a wonderful time with their family and a lot of we are supported by mrs feel oh my goodness monaco uh-huh loves monica loves cookies tied with my gloves boys and if you've ever looked at my face and thought wow i wish that was on a cookie well then you are in luck because this says fields is making the coolest armchair expert cookies we have a big ten of a bunch of reading them yesterday they are so good and they're really cute like they did a great job printing our stuff on there the world's renowned makers of those fresh baked gooey chocolate chip cookies melt in your mouth brownies that we all love off mrs fields is making exclusive limited time only you love that we're monaco armchair expert theme cookies just for arm cherries there are ones with my phase is one with the podcast art work ones with cherries and more they're also supporting a great charity with your order you'll get a ten of these custom cookies baked fresh daily and sent right to your door and mrs fields will donate eighteen twenty percent of your purchase to toys for tots i love this talk about dang win win win win win so get something tasty for yourself or fellow arm cherry airy you'll be delicious cookies and making sure that a kid in need has a present unwrap on christmas what could be sweeter than that to get your armchair expert cookies and make a kid smile on christmas morning go to mrs this is fields dot com and enter promo code armchair remember twenty percent of every purchase of an armchair expert ten of cookies goes right over toys for tots but only when you use promo code armchair mrs fields dot com promo code armchair let's see how much we can raise.

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"laura beale" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"laura beale" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I did make a decision that I was going to sing that people for starting from from ground zero but telling podcast. So I started listening to a lot of podcast after I got the assignment because just to listen. And you know, I didn't have a lot of the tools that other journalists telling stories have for example. You know, we're not gonna be any plot twists, you know. That's the guy who you think is guilty. He really was guilty there. We're not. There was not going to be a surprise ending. There was not going to be you know, any anything that a lot of podcasts has that kind of caveman knowing it was a story that you already think you knew. And so I knew that the one thing that I had to do was just report it to just report it to that Instagram that I could get the information that I could because that was the only thing that really I had going for me that the the whole success at the story dependent on was you might think, you know, the story because he could. But you really don't know this really don't. And so I was digging out a lot of. Nobody had ever heard. Doctor death podcast creator, Laura Beale, and author of unaccountable Dr Martin mccarey, the moderator is Robert Lee hosts of the Wall Street Journal and doing it while you're teaching yourself. How to be a podcast. And I still don't know a lot of things. Listen to it. You seem to backward. Flip it around a little bit. So you trained as a surgeon very successful. You know? Amazing. That's that's a that's an occupation. That's kind of time consuming. I sort of wonder one where you find the time and energy to write three books to which we've mentioned, but the third about your aunt that we were talking about earlier, and how did you develop the reporting tools because one of the things it's very interesting to me about the price. We pay is. It's not as kind of. Spoken from on high policy voice. This is a lot of on the ground reporting. I mean, what led you that way? So I realized there's a lot I don't know about. Journalism, and it it's a humbling moment when a surgeon says, hey, I actually have no idea what I'm doing here. But.

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"laura beale" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"laura beale" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Host Laura Beale, who's backing dollars doing what she loves to do most investigate and report, so many people made these podcast possible started. We might amazing demon wondering finger revalue specially marshal Louis our chief on officer. Our producer, George lavender. Bobby marshall. Jeff Smith our Macy's on the signer entire marketing team. So many people made it possible for the podcast who we listened to millions of people around the world, especially platforms like our Horatio. Apple. Thank you. Steve Lauren, Matt and James are thank you for. Our our agency are Olympia to our great agent or Rosenbaum UTA. Thank you to the advertisers who allow us. Two great these stories on make them available to the public for free. And we wanted to dedicate this award to marry for Jerry summers for Brown and all the patients who were hurt by Christopher Johns and to everybody who was ever wrong by sedition and couldn't find a lawyer to defend them. Thank you. Hi, it's Holly again. So all night long. We've been hearing from podcasters about why they are so passionate about podcasting. And I thought I'd share a little bit of why I'm passionate about it. And what it really is is that you can share information with people in ways you never could before. And what that means is that you can also tell stories that have never been told. And that's a lot of what we do on our show. I get to spend time with my co-host eliminating history in a way that maybe you thought you didn't like history, and we're going to help you learn that there is somebody just like you somewhere along the line in history. No matter who you are or what your identity is. Or how you feel about the world, and what's really cool about that. Is that then you start to realize that we are all part of a global fabric and a big community, and we are all making history every single day any person sitting in this room is totally worthy of being a podcast subject in some future history podcast because we're all impacting things, and that is why I love it. But enough about me. Me let's hear about how some other people feel about their passion projects podcasting. Why do I love podcasting? Oh, let me count the way podcast and gives me the opportunity to be as inundated as I want to be. I learned a lot about terrible people as journalists, and I just wanted to share everything I knew about the folks ruining the planet ruining history with a larger audience podcasting gives me that opportunity very personal media because you know, you're you're you're right there. You're right there people's gears. We wanted to create something didn't need a visceral impact on people that made them laugh and cry screen shout. It's hard for any other mediums to match the speed at which you can get content out the listener. Mario Lopez hanging in the Capital One podcasts studio, Mr. Bobby bones. You just wonder best music podcast. Congratulations fantasy you're already celebrating right there. Well, it's just a cranberry.

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"laura beale" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"laura beale" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Doctor death. This was not an operation was performed. This is attempted murder. Atlanta monster now demanding that all twenty eight murder cases blamed on Wayne Williams, be reopened Syria. If they found out she was judges knees or related in some way. I don't think she have been charged. How it works in Cleveland this American life disappearing and for a long time. The Suffolk County police did investigate made the same mistakes over and over missed clues missed leads Steph. You should know like man we have to do an episode and search and rescue dogs. Well by God today is the day. We're doing slow-burn just took off our headphones at that point looked at each other understood that that was a federal crime. Okay. The iheartradio podcast award goes to Dr death. Georgia, and I are very proud. Thank you are her radio to accept this award on behalf of our amazing host Laura Beale, who's backing Dallas doing what she loves to do most investigate and report, so many people made these podcast possible starting we might amazing team on one thing everybody, especially marshal Louis our chief content officer, our producer, George lavender, Bobby Jeff our Macy's on the signer entire marketing team, so many people made it possible for the podcast, we listened to millions of people around the world, especially platforms like our radio. Apple. Thank you. Steve Lauren, Matt. And James thank you for PR. PR agency are Olympia to our great agent or Rosenbaum from UTA. Thank you to the advertisers who allow us. To create these stories make them available to the public for free. And we want to dedicate this award to marry for Jerry Moore's fully Brown and all the patients who were hurt by Christopher and to everybody who was ever wrong by 'institution and couldn't find a lawyer to defend them. Thank you..

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"laura beale" Discussed on Dr. Death

Dr. Death

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"laura beale" Discussed on Dr. Death

"Hi, I'm Laura Beale and Dr death. We followed the life and crimes of Christopher Dench throughout my reporting. There was a question that kept coming up. If I'd been in the shoes of the people around him friends, family mentors. What would I have done? That's a question at the heart of a new series from wondering called imagined life in each episode. We'll put you into someone else's shoes. The people whose lives you'll hear our famous artists musicians politicians and others and will immerse you into their innermost thoughts as experienced adversity hope trial and error. But there's a twist it's only in the last minute of the show that you'll find out who you are. We're about to hear preview of imagine life as you follow along. Listen for clues. And while you're listening to this preview. Be sure to subscribe to imagine life on apple podcasts or wherever you're listening to this. You'll also find a link in the episode notes. Imagine it's the mid eighties and you're graduating from college. It's a sunny day the first and while the rolling lawns of your university seem greener than normal. Maybe it's because your parents are here. And you're seeing everything through there is they're so proud of you. The girls are all informed fitting, black cocktail dresses, the guys and dark suits and skinny ties with trendy symmetrical haircuts. A classmate asked you to take a photo of him and some friends before ceremony get together you guys. How do we look like a poor man's Duran Duran? You can make jokes because you're not nervous. It's almost as if this whole day is happening to someone else. You should be on the top of the world. After years of committed study, a three thousand word dissertation in French a semester abroad in Paris and lots of tests that you aced without having a study too much you're graduating but something just feels off underwhelming false. I your heart's not in it. Promise johnson. Amanda jones. When you hear your name your rise from your seat and cross the stage. As you. Take your diploma from the dean's outstretched hand. He's about your parents in the crowd being from ear to ear applauding. So wildly. It looks like their hands might fall off. Even never seen them, happier. At least not in the year since your mom got sick. It's surreal to see your mother in a wheelchair. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis when you were fifteen. That's when your entire world turned upside down. The ceremony ends you. Go to your parents. They hug you congratulate. You you ask one of the Duran Duran look-alikes from earlier just Napa family photo. Make sure to get a shot with each parent holding the diploma, which is fitting because this is a moment they've been looking forward to all their lives. Your college graduation is their dream. Come true. But that's not yours. You have a dream. That's yours. But it's buried deep inside so deep that you've barely acknowledged to yourself. Let alone headed out loud. It will take you many years of failure abuse, poverty and loss before you start to realize who you were meant to be. One. And know who you are here are three clues. You're a woman you will go on public assistance. And you have no idea that your own daydreams will one day inspire a generation of dreamers here. The rest of this episode and find out who you are subscribed to imagine life on apple podcasts. Wherever you're listening to this or find a link in the episode notes.

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"laura beale" Discussed on Dr. Death

Dr. Death

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"laura beale" Discussed on Dr. Death

"Hi, I'm Laura Beale and Dr death. We followed the life and crimes of Christopher Dench throughout my reporting. There was a question that kept coming up. If I'd been in the shoes of the people around him friends, family mentors. What would I have done? That's a question at the heart of a new series from wondering called imagined life in each episode. We'll put you into someone else's shoes. The people whose lives you'll hear our famous artists musicians politicians and others and will immerse you into their innermost thoughts as experienced adversity hope trial and error. But there's a twist it's only in the last minute of the show that you'll find out who you are. We're about to hear preview of imagine life as you follow along. Listen for clues. And while you're listening to this preview. Be sure to subscribe to imagine life on apple podcasts or wherever you're listening to this. You'll also find a link in the episode notes. Imagine it's the mid eighties and you're graduating from college. It's a sunny day the first and while the rolling lawns of your university seem greener than normal. Maybe it's because your parents are here. And you're seeing everything through there is they're so proud of you. The girls are all informed fitting, black cocktail dresses, the guys and dark suits and skinny ties with trendy symmetrical haircuts. A classmate asked you to take a photo of him and some friends before ceremony get together you guys. How do we look like a poor man's Duran Duran? You can make jokes because you're not nervous. It's almost as if this whole day is happening to someone else. You should be on the top of the world. After years of committed study, a three thousand word dissertation in French a semester abroad in Paris and lots of tests that you aced without having a study too much you're graduating but something just feels off underwhelming false. I your heart's not in it. Promise johnson. Amanda jones. When you hear your name your rise from your seat and cross the stage. As you. Take your diploma from the dean's outstretched hand. He's about your parents in the crowd being from ear to ear applauding. So wildly. It looks like their hands might fall off. Even never seen them, happier. At least not in the year since your mom got sick. It's surreal to see your mother in a wheelchair. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis when you were fifteen. That's when your entire world turned upside down. The ceremony ends you. Go to your parents. They hug you congratulate. You you ask one of the Duran Duran look-alikes from earlier just Napa family photo. Make sure to get a shot with each parent holding the diploma, which is fitting because this is a moment they've been looking forward to all their lives. Your college graduation is their dream. Come true. But that's not yours. You have a dream. That's yours. But it's buried deep inside so deep that you've barely acknowledged to yourself. Let alone headed out loud. It will take you many years of failure abuse, poverty and loss before you start to realize who you were meant to be. One. And know who you are here are three clues. You're a woman you will go on public assistance. And you have no idea that your own daydreams will one day inspire a generation of dreamers here. The rest of this episode and find out who you are subscribed to imagine life on apple podcasts. Wherever you're listening to this or find a link in the episode notes.

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"laura beale" Discussed on Dr. Death

Dr. Death

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"laura beale" Discussed on Dr. Death

"Imagine you're struggling with back pain for months. No one can tell you what's wrong. Then you find a doctor in the words that he said that I wanted to hear was I could fix you. Those are magic words. I was in pain and somebody neurosurgeon that I could fiction, you trust, he'll take care of your problem that them, but good reports and the list of accolades that were two pages long. When you taught him, he's engaging. He seems very intelligent. He's witty, he's charming. You'd always talk about. I'm going to be a doctor. But he has this dark side. That he likes to keep separate and hidden from everybody else. This is a story about thirty three patients who put their trust in a prominent surgeon in Dallas state your name for the record, close to two annual punch, and wish they hadn't. This friend call me and said, I believe that your doctor is on the news that he has been killing patients, and it's a story about a system that failed to protect them at every possible turn. I'm trying to stop this guy from being let operate anywhere anytime any place. Have you ever been under the influence of any drugs during the time that you were performing spinal surgery on any patient. I take the fifth. This was not an operation that was performed. This was attempted murder. From wondering the network behind dirty John. I'm your host and reporter, Laura Beale, Dr death. Our new six part series who MIR's on September four subscribed today on apple podcasts. That's not how that story supposed to end. You know.

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