Podcast Recs

Hello everyone! I am in the midst of medical school applications and have wanted to share content with what I’m learning in my nutrition courses, but I am prioritizing my future this time. ūüôā That being said, listening to podcasts has became part of my daily routine. Since there’s not much for weekly TV shows to look forward to in 2020, I find myself looking forward to weekly podcast releases.

In this post, you’re going to find my favorite podcasts, where to find them, and when they’re released. Enjoy!


News Pods:

+ NPR News Now: 5-minute international news updates, updated hourly. I love this for a quick get-in-the-loop refresh.

NPR News: 04-18-2021 8AM ET NPR News Now

NPR News: 04-18-2021 8AM ET

+ The Daily: produced by the New York Times, Michael Babaro. A hot-topic news discussion eloquently hosted. Another great refresh for what’s happening in the world. Podcast episodes are released daily, on weekdays, and sometimes bonus episodes on the weekend.

The Agony of Pandemic Parenting The Daily

This episode contains strong language and emotional descriptions about the challenges of parenting during the pandemic, so if your young child is with you, you might want to listen later.Several months ago, The Times opened up a phone line to ask Americans what it‚Äôs really been like to raise children during the pandemic.Liz Halfhill, a single mother to 11-year-old Max, detailed her unvarnished highs and lows over the past year.Guest: Liz Halfhill, a single mother and full-time paralegal, in Spokane, Wash.Sign up here to get The Daily in your inbox each morning. And for an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter.¬†Background reading:¬†The Times followed Liz and two other mothers in different parts of America who shared their experience of pandemic parenting over dozens of interviews. What emerged was a story of chaos and resilience, resentment and persistence, and of course, hope.Take a look at ‚ÄúThe Primal Scream,‚ÄĚ a series from The Times that examines the pandemic‚Äôs effect on working mothers in America.For more information on today‚Äôs episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.
  1. The Agony of Pandemic Parenting
  2. The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause Explained
  3. A Legal Winning Streak for Religion
  4. Cryptocurrency’s Newest Frontier
  5. Europe’s Vaccination Problem

Medicine Pods:

+ Nutrition Rounds: hosted by Danielle Belardo, a newly-minted cardiologist and vegan, you learn the facts about the integration of nutrition into medicine from an evidence-based approach. Basically my two favorite things. Dr. Belardo has several guests on to discuss their domains. Episodes are released variously.

Episode 4- Eminence versus Evidence Based Nutrition Nutrition Rounds Podcast

Hosted by: Dr. Danielle Belardo¬† Instagram:¬†@daniellebelardomd Twitter:¬†@dbelardomd Facebook:¬†Dr. Danielle Belardo, MD Danielle Belardo is a Preventive Cardiologist in Newport Beach, CA Learn more about Dr. Belardo here Read Dr. Belardo's Blog here: https://d-belardo-md.medium.com/ ¬† Produced by: Dr. Kasey Johnson Instagram:¬†@drkaseyjohnson ¬† ¬† A discussion on evidence based nutrition with Kevin Klatt, PhD, RD Before todays episode starts, we want to acknowledge the 122,000 Americans who have lost their lives to COVID19.¬†¬†We acknowledge the great challenge that those in healthcare and others on the front lines are facing, as well as the many individuals who have lost a loved one to COVID19.¬†¬†Our hearts also go out to the many lives affected by the sequelae of the pandemic, including the many individuals who have lost their jobs, and have been under financial and psychological stress. We DENOUNCE incidents of racism and violence that continue to ravage the black community.¬†We want to acknowledge the heart breaking murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others who have lost their lives to longstanding systemic racism.¬†¬†We stand behind the black community who have our endless support.¬†¬†Black lives matter. Please support black owned businesses and charities if you are financially able to at this time. Scroll down our show notes for an extensive list of black vegan influencers and black owned vegan businesses. ¬† Eminence versus Evidence Based Nutrition. This interview is an important one. Nutrition science can be so confusing. With so many dietary groups advocating for various different dietary patterns, how do we know what to believe? Nutrition science is a complex living organism, and we are working on projects to help get the accurate scientific information out there. About Kevin Klatt, PhD, RD ‚Äď Co Director of Research and Education at IOPBM He is the recipient of the inaugural Dennis Bier, MD Young Career Editor for The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition! This one of the most prestigious accomplishments in Academic Nutrition in the world. Kevin is a Cornell and NIH trained PhD, RD, and current scientist at Baylor College of Medicine, and is one of the worlds most respected nutrition scientists. We are honored to have him on our team at IOPBM. About Learn with IOPBM Courses (everyone) learn.iopbm.org Courses | CME/CE https://learn.iopbm.org/cme ¬† Full Time Students, dietetic interns, & residents and fellows in training get 30% off https://learn.iopbm.org/students ¬† Black Lives Matter. Support & Amplify Black Vegans.¬† Follow on Instagram: @doctor.tarr @iye.loves.life @Veganstreetfair @domzthompson @badassvegan @berryvegandelights @whereitallvegan @joveganista @powerplantkitchen @too_good_eats @juice.ave @cbivegan @nilevegan @willowbeezsoulveg @plantbasedlifestylecafe @thevegandoughnutco Black-Owned Vegan Food CompaniesAtlas Monroe¬†(Nationwide) Aya Raw¬†(San Diego, CA)Better Chew¬†(Bay Area, CA) BGab‚Äôs Goodies¬†(Chicago, IL) Coco Luv Vegan Cookies¬†(nationwide) Eat Project Pop¬†(Nationwide) Good Girl Chocolate¬†(Nationwide) Golde¬†(Nationwide) Green Soma¬†(Atlanta, GA) Hella Nuts¬†(Nationwide) Houston Sauce Co.¬†(Nationwide) kub√© Nice Cream¬†(Nationwide) Mac & Yease¬†(Nationwide)¬† Maya‚Äôs Cookies¬†(Nationwide) Misha‚Äôs Kind Foods¬†(Los Angeles, CA) More Life Liquid¬†(Bonita, CA) Mylk Dog¬†(Nationwide) Rooted Delights¬†(Nationwide)¬† Southern Roots¬†(Nationwide) The No Cookie¬†(Nationwide) Way to Life Foods¬†(California + nationwide shipping) Black-Owned Vegan Grocery StoresGreen Taste Vegan Goods¬†(San Francisco, CA) Larayia‚Äôs Bodega¬†(Los Angeles, CA) No Carne Bodega¬†(The Bronx, NY) Sunshine‚Äôs Health Food Store and Deli¬†(Houston, TX) S√úPRMARKT¬†(Los Angeles, CA) The SV Market¬†(Nationwide) Vegan Fine Foods¬†(Fort Lauderdale, FL) Vegan‚Äôs Delight¬†(The Bronx, NY) VegSide Mkt¬†(Houston, TX) V Marks the Shop¬†(Philadelphia, PA) Black-Owned Vegan Beauty Brands¬† Base Butter¬† Beauty Bakerie Bombd Aesthetics Candy x Paints Dimension Nails Doubledown Cosmetics Ecoslay Emaje Naturals¬† Foxie Cosmetics Hello Aloe Naturals Loving CultureJacq‚Äôs Janet and Jo¬† JD Glow Cosmetics¬† Jos√©phine Kaike Kinky-Curly Klarity Kosmetics¬† Lovinah Skincare Mented Cosmetics Mudd Beauty Nola Skinsentials Obia Naturals OrganiGrowHairCo Oshun Organics Range Beauty Ressentir Cosmetics Refinne Silkt√°ge Suite Eleven The Vegan Esthetician Spa The Wellness Apothecary True Moringa Black-Owned Vegan RestaurantsA Live Kitchen¬†(Laurelton, NY) A Piece of Soul¬†(Columbia, SC)Azla Ethiopian Eatery¬†(Los Angeles, CA) Belmont Vegetarian¬†(Worcester, MA) Blueberry Cafe¬†(Newark, NJ) Bunna Cafe¬†(Brooklyn, NY) Can‚Äôt Believe It‚Äôs Not Meat¬†(Chicago, IL) Compton Vegan¬†(Compton & Los Angeles, CA) DaJen Eats¬†(Eatonville, FL) Dirty Lettuce¬†(Portland, OR) Detroit Vegan Soul¬†(Detroit, MI) Drop Squad Kitchen¬†(Wilmington, DE) ELife Restaurant¬†(Washington, DC & Capitol Heights, MD) Gigi‚Äôs Vegan Cafe¬†(Kansas City, MO) Go Vegan Grill¬†(Atlanta, GA) Greedi Kitchen¬†(Brooklyn, NY) Greedi To Go¬†(Brooklyn, NY) Green Gene Vegan Cafe¬†(Albuquerque, NM) Green Seed Vegan¬†(Houston, TX) Grenville Kitchen¬†(Jacksonville, FL) Happy Apple Cafe¬†(Kansas City, MO) Happy Ice¬†(Los Angeles, CA) Humaitree House¬†(Augusta, GA) ITSO Vegan¬†(Grand Prairie, TX) Jackfruit Cafe¬†(Los Angeles, CA) Jikoni Cafe¬†(Norfolk, VA) Judahlicious¬†(San Francisco, CA) Juju‚Äôs Vegan¬†(Lincoln, NE) Juices for Life¬†(New York City, NY) Kale Cafe¬†(Daytona, FL) Life Bistro¬†(Atlanta, GA) Lindiana‚Äôs Souther Vegan Kitchen¬†(Houston, TX)¬† Lov‚Äôn It Live¬†(East Point, GA) Majani¬†(Chicago, IL) Meme‚Äôs Twisted Potato¬†(Little Rock, AK) Munchies Diner¬†(Santa Ana, CA) Natural Blend Vegan Cafe¬†(Brooklyn, NY) Natural Oasis¬†(Rochester, NY) Nola Vegan¬†(New Orleans, LA) NuVegan Cafe¬†(Washington, DC) Oasis Vegan Veggie Parlor¬†(Boston, MA) One World Beat Cafe¬†(San Diego, CA) Original Soul Vegetarian¬†(Chicago, IL) Plant-Based Pizzeria¬†(Atlanta, GA) Plum Bistro¬†(Seattle, WA) Quickie Too¬†(Tacoma, WA) Rahel Ethiopian Vegan Cuisine¬†(Los Angeles, CA) Ras Plant Based¬†(Brooklyn, NY) Rawtopian Bliss¬†(Columbia, SC) Refocused¬†(Baltimore, MD) Seasoned Vegan¬†(New York City, NY) Senbeb Cafe¬†(Washington, DC) Senses Vegan¬†(Norfolk, VA) Simply Pure¬†(Las Vegas, NV) Slutty Vegan¬†(Atlanta, GA) Sol Sips¬†(Brooklyn, NY) Soul Food Vegan¬†(Houston, TX) Soul Good Vegan Cafe¬†(Durham, NC) Souley Vegan¬†(Oakland, CA) Soul Vegetarian¬†(Atlanta, GA) Spoiled Vegans¬†(San Diego, CA) Sprout Natural Choice¬†(Catonsville, MD) Stuff I Eat¬†(Inglewood, CA) Sunshine Vegan Eats¬†(Buffalo, NY) Sunset Kava¬†(San Diego, CA) Super Juiced¬†(Oakland, CA) Sweet & Natural¬†(Mount Rainier, MD) Sweet Soulfood Nola Vegan Cuisine¬†(New Orleans, LA) T&T Lifestyle¬†(Los Angeles, CA) Tassili‚Äôs Raw Reality¬†(Atlanta, GA) The Greener Kitchen¬†(Baltimore, MD) The GruB Factory¬†(Baltimore, MD) The Land of Kush¬†(Baltimore, MD) The New Vegan¬†(Delray Beach, FL) The Nile Cafe¬†(Philadelphia, PA) The Queen‚Äôs Table¬†(El Paso, TX)¬† The Reizod Vegan Experience¬†(Columbia, SC) The Southern V¬†(Nashville, TN) The Veg Hub¬†(Oakland, CA) The Vtree¬†(Los Angeles, CA) Tri Lounge Cafe¬†(New York, NY) Trio Plant-Based¬†(Minneapolis, MN) Twisted Plants¬†(Cudahy, WI) Two Mamma‚Äôs Vegan Kitchen¬†(Oakland, CA) Uptown Veg¬†(New York City, NY) Urban Vegan Kitchen¬†(New York City, NY) V-Eats Modern Vegan¬†(Dallas, TX) Vegan Mob¬†(Oakland, CA) Vegans Are Us¬†(Vineland, NJ) Vege-Licious Cafe¬†(Nashville, TN) Vegetarian Restaurant by Hakin¬†(Miami Beach, FL) Veggie Castle¬†(South Richmond Hill, NY) Veg On the Edge¬†(Santa Cruz, CA) Veltree¬†(Charlotte, NC) Verdure Inc¬†(Brooklyn, NY) Viva La Vegan¬†(Atlanta, GA) Wasota Vegan Paradise¬†(Austin, TX) Where It All Vegan¬†(Columbus, OH) Whipped – Urban Dessert Lab¬†(New York, NY) Black-Owned Vegan Bakeries¬†Blackstreet Bakery¬†(Portland, OR) Brewer Bakes¬†(Indianapolis, IN + nationwide shipping) Brown Sugar Baking Company¬†(Seattle, WA) Devi‚Äôs Donuts and Sweets¬†(Long Beach, CA) Guilt Free Pastries¬†(Memphis, TN + nationwide shopping) Heavenly Vegan¬†(The Bronx, NY + nationwide shipping)How Delish HD¬†(West Orange, NJ)Jalen‚Äôs Bakery¬†(Fresno + nationwide shipping) Lush Life Vegan Bakery¬†(Madison, WI + nationwide shipping) Mo‚ÄôPweeze Vegan Bakery¬†(Denville, NJ + nationwide shipping) Shyah‚Äôs Vegan Bakery¬†(nationwide shipping) The Uptown Vegan¬†(New York, NY) The Vegan Doughnut Co.¬†(Lakewood, OH) Vegan Dream Doughnuts¬†(Atlanta, GA) Black-Owned Vegan Food TrucksBurger Hive¬†(Fort Lauderdale, FL) Malibu‚Äôs Burgers¬†(Oakland, CA) Mattie‚Äôs Vegan Eats¬†(Kansas City, MO) Planet Vegan¬†(Fresno, CA) Sassy‚Äôs Vegetarian Soul Food¬†(Austin, TX) Vurger Guyz¬†(Los Angeles, CA) Black-Owned Vegan Pop-Ups & CateringAmeen‚Äôs Foods¬†(Los Angeles, CA) B.A.D. Gyal Vegan¬†(Brooklyn, NY) Bams Vegan¬†(Dallas, TX) Black Rican Vegan¬†(The Bronx, NY) Blufox Co¬†(Los Angeles, CA) Charlie‚Äôs Brownies¬†(Los Angeles, CA)¬† ¬†¬† CLR Trust¬†(New York, NY) Deelish by Deedi¬†(Baltimore, MD) Good Green Grubbery¬†(Washington DC) Krafted Culture Catering¬†(Los Angeles, CA) Lettuce Feast LA¬†(Los Angeles, CA) Louisville Vegan Kitchen¬†(Atlanta, GA) Maya‚Äôs Cajun Kitchen¬†(Mesa, AZ) Merkaba Meals¬†(Kansas City, MO) Naomi Vegan Meets¬†(Hampton, VA)¬† Nanas A Vegan¬†(The Bronx, NY) One Cup¬†(San Diego, CA) Pescky Kitchen¬†(Denver, CO + nationwide shipping) Plant-Based Papi¬†(Portland, OR) Sabrosa Vegana¬†(New York, NY) Sneak Eats¬†(Mount Vernon, NY) Straight Up Fast Food¬†(Los Angeles, CA) The Hood Bruja¬†(Los Angeles, CA) The Remix¬†(San Diego, CA) The Source¬†(San Diego, CA)The Vegan Hood Chefs¬†(San Francisco, CA) The Vegan Lion¬†(San Diego, CA) The Vegan Spot¬†(Kansas City, MO) Topknotch Vegan Vittles¬†(Kansas City, MO) Two Vegan Sistas¬†(Memphis, TN) Urban Soul Grill¬†(Michigan & Ohio) Vegan Crave¬†(Kansas City, MO) Vegan or Nah¬†(Los Angeles, CA) Veg Nation¬†(St. Louis, MI) Voodoo Vegan¬†(Los Angeles, CA) We Be Grubbin‚Äô¬†(Bakersfield & Los Angeles, CA) Zizi‚Äôs Vegan Catering¬†(Charlotte, NC) (list cred: VegNews)
  1. Episode 4- Eminence versus Evidence Based Nutrition
  2. Episode 3- Happy Heart Month! Women’s Heart Health and Prevention with Martha Gulati MD
  3. Episode 2- Your Body in Balance – Hormones and Nutrition with Neal Barnard, MD
  4. Episode 1- New Decade = BIG news! Happy New Year! And #docsgovegan updates
  5. Episode 9- ALL about Plant Based Keto – with Dr. Ethan Weiss and Dr. Carrie Diulus

+ The Doctor Goals Podcast: Dr. Trot hosts this podcast discussing everything from pre-medicine through her experience with residency. She hosts several guests who each share their unique experiences. Great, uplifting stories! Episodes are released variously.

9 Things You'll Want to Know Before Becoming a Doctor The DOCTORGOALS Podcast

The title says it all. You'll want to save this episode.   RATE. REVIEW. SUBSCRIBE! * * * COMFY DOCTORGOALS SHIRTS * * * Did somebody say coffee? Probably not, but you should check this out: Super Coffee РLow calorie + packed with caffeine + sprinkled with protein. Use the code DOCTORGOALS to get 20% OFF your order! drinksupercoffee.com
  1. 9 Things You'll Want to Know Before Becoming a Doctor
  2. MINISODE: Most Memorable Case with Dr. Mariam Molani
  3. Is an MBA Worth It as a Doctor With Dr. Mariam Molani
  4. The Test Taking Strategy That Changed Everything With Dr. Lauren Bessette
  5. Secret to Success: The Lesson That Changed My Perspective

+ Reconciling Medicine: The Drs. Paro (John and Rene), discuss their experience navigating medicine together, and their current lives together. Everything in this pod ranges from insightful storytelling to laughing your butt off. Highly recommend if you want to feel inspired and learn about a powerful physician couple. Episodes are usually released on Fridays.

Episode 39 – Fad Diets Are Dumb Diets Reconciling Medicine

The Doctors Paro will equally make you laugh and ruffle your feathers with this episode about diets. Listen….. we've been working on figuring out the truths about nutrition for weight loss, body composition and overall health. We've fallen into SO MANY "fitness and wellness" traps. After lots of reading and trial and error – we've come to understand a lot.We are in no way dietitians or nutritionists. But the truths we speak of here are backed in nutrition science – no gimmicks. And spoiler alert – the way to achieve the goals most people have when searching for a diet is not sexy or flashy. It's boring and takes way more time then we want it to.Episode Takeaways:Brief Review of Episode 13 Food is Fuel.The Pyramid of Importance.If A Diet Requires You To Buy A Bunch Of Shit, Don't Trust It.If A Diet Promises Fast Results, Don't Trust It.What Are The Reasonable Expectations?Common Diets And Why They Work But Aren't Magic.
  1. Episode 39 – Fad Diets Are Dumb Diets
  2. Episode 38 – Share the Medical Mic with Dr. Lauren Powell
  3. Episode 37 – Fitness in 2020: Racing Towards Justice
  4. Mini Episode – Reconciling Life
  5. Episode 35 – The Quarantine Album

+ This Podcast Will Kill You: Erin, PhD, and Erin, PhD, go through each episode discussing infectious disease 101 with an entire series on COVID-19. Each episode also features recipes for Quarantinis and non-alcoholic Placeboritas. Cheers! *Released periodically :)*

COVID-19 Chapter 16: Disparities, Take 2 This Podcast Will Kill You

The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted racial and ethnic minorities, especially here in the United States. Higher infection, hospitalization, and death rates due to COVID-19 have been observed for historically marginalized groups, and the harmful effects stem beyond those relating to health, with higher unemployment and food and housing insecurity also reported. Yet these disparities did not emerge anew from this current pandemic; rather, this pandemic has served to amplify existing structural inequalities in the healthcare, educational, legal, and housing systems, among others. In this episode of our Anatomy of a Pandemic series, we explore the deeply entrenched roots of racial disparities in the US, how our narrow focus on outcomes often fails to capture the complex causes of inequalities, and ways in which we can begin to work towards health equity in this country. We are so thrilled to be joined by Harriet Washington (@haw95) (interview recorded March 10, 2021), writer and medical ethicist, whose groundbreaking work on this subject through books such as Medical Apartheid, A Terrible Thing to Waste, Carte Blanche, and others has led to much-deserved critical acclaim. As always, we wrap up the episode by discussing the top five things we learned from our expert. To help you get a better idea of the topics covered in this episode, we‚Äôve listed the questions below: Can you tell us a bit about your new book, Carte Blanche: The Erosion of Medical Consent, and what inspired you to write it? Although health disparities have been around forever, it was only within the last few decades that the term itself was coined, and it‚Äôs often only vaguely defined. Would you mind describing what we mean when we talk about health disparities? Can you talk a bit about how it‚Äôs not just being able to go to a doctor or afford a doctor, but how things like access to education, chronic stress, and environmental justice interact with and compound each other when it comes to health disparities? What are some of the different ways that we measure health disparities?¬† Can you talk about why it is important to understand the context of these disparate outcomes?¬† Can you talk about the disproportionate impact that COVID-19 has had on communities that were already facing significant barriers to healthcare? How has the narrative of ‚Äėrace-based medicine‚Äô shown up in discussions of the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on certain groups of people? How can we increase health equity in this country? What can we do at an individual level to help, and what are some policies at the state or national level that could help narrow this gap? How can the medical establishment work to earn back the trust of these communities that we have historically disenfranchised (and in many ways continue to disenfranchise) when it comes to health? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
  1. COVID-19 Chapter 16: Disparities, Take 2
  2. Ep 70 Henrietta Lacks: HeLa, There, & Everywhere
  3. COVID-19 Chapter 15: Disease, Take 2
  4. Ep 69 Huntington’s disease: Let’s talk frankly
  5. Ep 68 Coccidioidomycosis: It’s never a spider bite

Life Pods

+ Life Kit: NPR’s series that is a short clip of “how-tos” ranging from how to talk about uncomfortable things to getting a puppy. I love the organization of this pod and I always learn something new!

Digging Yourself Out Of Medical Debt Life Kit

One in five Americans struggles with medical debt. Here's some advice about how to negotiate and get the debt collectors to stop calling. (This episode first ran in 2019.)
  1. Digging Yourself Out Of Medical Debt
  2. Home Decorating For Maximum Comfort
  3. Navigating Life After Pregnancy Loss
  4. Raising Boys To Be Feminists
  5. The Importance Of Pronouncing Names Correctly

+ Rise: Rachel Hollis is an inspiring lady. This one is full of empowering messages, inspirational speakers, and ways to help your feel good. I highly recommend her books, too! *released weekly*

+ As a Woman: Dr. Natalie Crawford is a reproductive endocrinologist (or fertility physician), which she discusses in depth, but she also discusses her perspectives of going through medicine as a woman. Her podcast is inspiring to myself as an aspiring physician, but also an empowered woman.


True Crime Pods:

+ Crime Junkie: Ashley + Britt take a deep-dive into a new crime each week – whether it’s solved or not. Their ability to deliver the story makes you wish it was never over. They duo is huge on advocating for personal safety and bringing justice to these crimes they describe.

+ Counterclock: Delia D’Ambra is a reporter who has done an excellent job bringing light to the unsolved case of Denise Johnson from over 20 years ago. Because of this podcast, there have been new leads and it is not longer considered “cold.” Season 2 is coming soon, but in the meantime, you can binge all of season 1.

+ Park Predators: Delia D’Ambra is at it again with this one. 11 episode-mini series explaining a different crime taken place in a National Park. The sound effects, story-telling, and descriptions help me picture each park scene she describes. Edge-of-your-seat type of stuff here.


Wondery Series Pods

These are usually 6-part episodes that give you an inside look to several hot-topic scenarios including serial killers, deviant behavior, and true crime. Some of my favorites are listed below.

A neurosurgeon practicing when he shouldn’t be. My jaw was on the floor the entire show.
The Dating Game Killer was around in the 1970s when the country was terrified of the threat of emerging serial killers. It blows my mind the amount of loopholes this man made it through to keep reoffending.
All about the infamous life of Jeffery Epstein. While disgusting, if you’re interested in more information about this man, I recommend this podcast.
Yep, just like the popular Netflix show. I liked this one better than the show, however.
All about the Golden State Killer.
Kim Goldman, the sister of Ron Goldman, also killed by OJ Simpson. I loved this perspective.

Thank you for reading! Enjoy these fantastic shows in your free time as I do.

Xx,

M

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