A new study from USC shows poor audio quality doesn’t just impact audience enjoyment - but also calls into question the credibility of the source. We explore why you should make sound quality a priority when recording your podcast.
From getting her first job in a Las Vegas casino to earning her place in an elite card counting gang, Cat Hulbert faced chauvinism at every turn during her professional gambling career. Overcoming the odds, she has now been called, the ‘best female gambler on earth’.
Football had silently ignored homosexuality - and homophobia - for decades. Then in 1990, Justin Fashanu came out. But after facing years of abuse on and off the pitch, Fashanu committed suicide in 1998.
Across Europe, incredibly valuable pieces of Chinese art are disappearing from museums and personal collections alike. In our investigations into who is behind these Hollywood style heists - we explore a shadowy picture of government interests, criminal repatriation, and opportunistic hustlers.
At Unit 731, one of the largest covered up atrocities of World War 2, the Japanese army conducted human experiments using both chemical and germ weapons on living prisoners. We grapple with what actually happened and how it still affects Japan - and the world - today.