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None of my podcasts are downloading any more.  They just stay on preparing to download or waiting.  I have enough space to download them and I have restarted my iphone repeatedly along with closing the podcast application.

Anyone else experienced this and have a solution?  This happens even when I'm in a place with really good wifi.

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2 hours ago, Em Dott said:

None of my podcasts are downloading any more.  They just stay on preparing to download or waiting.  I have enough space to download them and I have restarted my iphone repeatedly along with closing the podcast application.

Anyone else experienced this and have a solution?  This happens even when I'm in a place with really good wifi.

yh itunes is pissing me off, i tried to download a specific episode however it stalls so i end up streaming it which is frustrating.. 

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Oh great

love Combat but take him away from New York and it's just one big cringe fest about how much he doesn't know

Kano hardly the personality to break him into UK with 

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On 11 January 2016 at 11:30 PM, FA23 said:

Anyone listened to this? Sounds like it could be joke

Listened to the first episode of this podcast (My dad wrote a porno) and it was pretty funny.  Will listen to the second episode and report back if it's worth it.

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What's up lads?

First episode in a while, but we're back. Doing regular podcast covering every round of games for the Euro's and I'm even hosting this episode. Please take a listen and share, share, share via Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, etc.

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On 6/19/2016 at 1:25 AM, FA23 said:

 

 

Untold: The Daniel Morgan Murder: 'British Serial' tops iTunes podcast chart with over 200,000 downloads

London’s most notorious unsolved case has been transformed into a web series

     

    Are you an armchair detective, looking for your next murder mystery fix? Look no further, as a podcast, dubbed the ‘BritishSerial,’ is making waves, topping the iTunes chart after being downloaded over 200,000 times.

    Untold: The Daniel Morgan Murder tells the complex and murky story surrounding the murder of a private investigator, whose body was found in a London pub’s car park with an axe in the head.

    The incident - often described as London’s most notorious unsolved case - occurred outside the Golden Lion in Sydenham in 1987, the P.I. allegedly looking to expose corruption at Scotland Yard. 

    Despite five police enquiries, costing the public upwards of £50 million, nobody has been blamed for the murder, the most recent prosecution reportedly collapsing in 2011.

    Only three of the 10-episodes have been released so far, but already the podcast has gained notoriety in countries outside the UK, according to the Evening Standard.

    Launched by the victim’s brother after raising £10,000 through crowdfunding, Alastair Morgan thought the podcast would be the best way for people to hear about the case.

    “It’s a chance for me to tell the story in my own words as I saw it develop,” Mr Morgan previously told The Independent. “I don’t think the mainstream media has given the case the attention it deserves. It’s probably the worst police corruption case in 50 years.”

    In the years since the murder, allegations have linked the case with police corruption as well as links between Morgan’s investigations agency and News of the World.

    The podcast was written by Peter Jukes, who believed - after seeing the reaction to the likes of Serial - that making the podcast could have a profound effect on the case. The team also believe they have uncovered compelling evidence that could eventually lead to a verdict.

    “It’s a very complicated story to cover in one journalistic piece. I felt that, as a storyteller, I could clarify some new things,” Jukes said

    Many series based on real-life murder cases have been gaining popularity in recent years, including the likes of Making a Murderer and OJ: Made in America, which is currently showing on ESPN. The OJ case was also turned into a fictionalised version in the form of American Crime Story.

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    56 minutes ago, Lionel & Dave said:

    did the first three eps yesterday

    solid

     

    Listened to the first, it just needs to work on delivery, too much scene setting/switching which doesnt really work on podcast.

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    Was fully gripped by the 3rd 

    gna wait for the episodes to stock up as they are mad short 

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    Yeah its solid,  finding it difficult to take in all the information so quickly though.  Should of made the episodes longer and slowed it down. 

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    2 hours ago, meridian said:

    Yeah its solid,  finding it difficult to take in all the information so quickly though.  Should of made the episodes longer and slowed it down. 

    Yeah find myself having to rewind a few times 

     

    Had never heard about the murder before, anyone else? 

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    3 hours ago, Thizz said:

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    Latest Taxstone episode with Wesley Pipes is jokes 

    Listening to this at the moment.

    Wesley is a funny guy. The way he generally talks is funny before you even get into the shit he says in zornos

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    Just came across this new series ASB is pushing first episode had SAS second with Stamina boy not listened yet but I thought I would share as people would have an interest on here 

     

     

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    Guest Blacksheet

    Lol man like ASB ya kna

    when the music don't work out... Lol

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