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This could have been amazing considering the subject matter. The terrible acting lets the whole series down.
A thoughtful retelling of the Fukushima nuclear plant. Whilst there's certainly plenty of drama, it takes a more elegaic tone, covering the impact of the disaster and what caused it on those involved. Recommended (you might also enjoy the 'Against the Odds' podcast retelling for a slightly different angle on this!)
so bad. who made this decision? no words. just do a documentary podcast. so obviously a bunch of white people doing absurd and inconsistent impressions of japanese people speaking english
Fukushima is a fascinating story of cover-ups and earnest workers forced to work in the dark - literally and metaphorically. Amazing true story of man’s lack of foresight and inability to face reality. So very sad. So many ‘old’ ways followed to the detriment of all.
Don’t bother if you want to learn about the events around the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
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Fukushima launched 5 years ago and published 19 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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