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Follow Social Media Talk by clicking the blue "Follow" button below my photo. Learn how to use Social Media and WordPress to promote your cause or your business. We talk weekly about what's going on in the world of Social Media and WordPress. Lots of great information for beginners and those who are more advanced. Join host Dennis J. Smith each Thursday at 1 PM MT.
 
Most shows will show you the glamorized or sensational side of crime but we want to take a different approach. We have worked on the inside and been face to face with some of Arizona’s most notorious criminals and those whose stories you have not heard. We will take a realistic look from the inside and show you a more human side to crime. We will also take a look at some classic crimes from the past as well as some unsolved cases. We will also look at the law and forensic tools used. We migh ...
 
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In 2006 Phoenix lived through the Summer of Fear as two sets of crime sprees were happening in the neighborhoods of South Phoenix. The crimes were random and murders were stacking up making residents afraid to leave their homes.Vanny and Kat
 
Welcome back everyone. In this episode we have the honor and privilege of interviewing Jack Glitch also known as the Tik Tok Serial Killer. Some of his stories make you think while others make you laugh. Join as we probe the mind and laugh with him.Vanny and Kat
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: It’s one of the anomalies of the United Kingdom’s position as an island nation that not only does it seem to me to assume that every other country…
 
In this season we want to take you virtually inside prison to help explain what goes on behind the walls. Vanny and Kat have worked behind the walls and with this season we hope to give you a foundation so that you will have a better understanding as we profile cases. In this episode, we will discuss how we came to work in this environment and some…
 
Were getting ready to start season 2 and here's a little teaser on what to expect. If you have questions you want to ask us, please feel free to post them at our Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/136596651842074 or at our voice mail (623)292-5871.Vanny and Kat
 
Travis and Jodi shared a tense relationship as she grew more possessive and intrusive into his life. Travis was struggling with guilt and Jodi was stalking him. They eventually broke up and Jodi returned to California. Shortly thereafter she began the 1.027 mile trip back to Arizona. No one was ready for what happened next. We apologize for the sou…
 
Travis Alexander was a young salesman, motivational speaker and devout Mormon from who was at a sales meeting with his company in Las Vegas in 2006.He was born into poverty and tragedy but his grandmother took him in and changed his life. He was enjoying good health, financial success, world travel and a bustling social life. Then he met Jodi and h…
 
Sammantha Allen and her husband John were both arrested on July 27, 2011 for causing the death of her 20 year old cousin Ame Deal. The couple were convicted of First Degree murder 2017. Ame Deal suffered abuse at the hands of her family members. John and Sammantha are the first Arizona couple be on Death Row. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Time…
 
On January 14,2009, Marissa DuVault beat her sleeping husband to death with a claw hammer. She claimed he choked and raped her. She had a Sugar Daddy. Dale Harrell was attacked by her in his Gilbert home and died one month later at a Hospice from complications. See her change in her appearance and the coincidences between her and Jodi Arias.…
 
On May 30, 2009 Raul Flores and his 9 year old daughter Brisenia were murdered in their home just north of the Mexican border. A resident of Washington State and a leader of the Minutemen American Defense group Shawna Forde and two accomplices was convicted of the murders. These tragedies lead to the ending of volunteer border watchers and lead the…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Convicted for the death of her son Christopher on Dec. 2, 1989, she spent over 25 years on Death Row until her case was overturned due to lies and withholding basic Constitutional rights by the lead Detective. This is an example of how wrong things can go and how something like this could happen to anyone. What did the detective do or not do? Pleas…
 
In 1963, Betty Smithey walked into prison with a life sentence for murdering a child. After 49 years-she walked out with a cane. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TimeforCrimeVannyKat/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TimeForCrime1 Voicemail: 623-292-5871Vanny and Kat
 
Being reported to Child Protective Services multiple times in 1989 did not stop the abuse and eventual murder of her two children Henry and Odessa and the she threw them away like trash. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TimeforCrimeVannyKat/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TimeForCrime1 Voicemail: 623-292-5871…
 
On May 20, 2009 Marcia Powell died of complications from heat exposure after being left outside on a holding cage. She was rushed to the hospital where she had a core body temperature of 108 degrees. Her life support was terminated by then ADOC director Charles Ryan.Vanny and Kat
 
Most shows will show you the glamorized or sensational side of crime but we want to take a different approach. We have worked on the inside and been face to face with some of Arizona’s most notorious criminals and those whose stories you have not heard. We will take a realistic look from the inside and show you a more human side to crime. We will a…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: I first met the playwright, poet, performer, presenter, screenwriter, anthologist and librettist Sabrina Mahfouz in the Houses of Parliament. In 2…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: One of the challenges of hosting these podcasts is perfecting the art of concision and distillation. There are writers I have had the honour of in…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: David Ireland is a man whose family names makes writing short essays about his paradoxical national identity, biography and work tremendously comp…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: I sometimes think that our theatrical landscapes are defined as much by the shows we missed and deeply regret missing as they are by the shows tha…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: I first came across the writing of Christopher Hampton by accident. In the early 90s I was flicking though the television. This was in the five-ch…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: The protest and controversy that surrounded the 2004 production of Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti’s play Bezhiti (Dishnour) at the Birmingham Rep Theatre ha…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “The first time I saw Zinnie Harris’s Royal Court debut play Nightingale and Chase I was in prison. Specifically I was in Wandsworth prison in South London where I was representin…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “One of the pleasures of making these podcasts is exploring the work of those writers I am talking to. It is an embarrassing confession that until this month I was entirely ignora…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “There are a handful of figures in the history of the Royal Court Theatre that define the place. They carved the path that, whether they are aware of it or not every artist that h…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “There is a clarity and unity of vision to the dramatic world of David Eldridge that seems to land him in a particular tradition of British playwriting that I cherish. Born and ra…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “There is something of a gesture of disguise to the plays of Laura Wade that I find to be as powerful as it is playful. Her 2005 play Colder Than Here might, for example, have loo…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “One of the most important figures in the recent history of the Royal Court is the playwright Steven Jeffreys who for fifteen years worked as the Literary Associate here throughou…
 
I first met Simon Stephens in 2011. I was an intern here at the Court and was tanning in the garden in my lunchbreak. Simon was here with his play Wastwater and was taking a moment’s break from rehearsals. I had watched a preview the night before. So I asked him about the ending which left me needing to know for sure whether the character of Jonath…
 
The plays of Timberlake Wertenbaker have been a presence in British theatre since the turn of the 1980s. Since that time she has produced work that is as defined by its sense of poetry and linguistic precision as it is by her characters’ yearning for justice or a sense of a home. Born in New York she was raised in the Basque fishing village of Cibu…
 
There are very few writers I have interviewed or will interview in these podcasts whose curriculum vitae is longer than mine. And certainly none of those are some years younger than me. In this sense, in both his remarkable youth and strikingly prolific output Chris Thorpe has, over the past seventeen years, proven himself quite spectacular. The fo…
 
Few playwrights can claim to have defined a theatrical form or process with quite the same conviction as Alecky Blythe. While she has never claimed to have invented the synthesis of verbatim theatre and the recorded delivery of text, in which actors receive lines through an earpiece and perform immediately in reception of the line, a synthesis that…
 
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