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Lucy Proctor investigates the strange tale of the 1990s BSE epidemic.
Marianna travels to Dublin to investigate a court case unfolding against the Irish Light conspiracy theory newspaper. Edel Campbell and her lawyer have been targeted by an extreme campaign of abuse after suing The Light which falsely claimed Edel’s s... more
In this bonus episode, the BBC’S International Editor Jeremy Bowen and Disinformation and Social Media Correspondent Marianna Spring talk about their respective new podcasts: Frontlines of Journalism and Marianna in Conspiracyland. They reflect on th... more
Essential listening for anyone seeking to understand why so many people embrace idiotic conspiracy theories with no basis in fact
Great dive into the nutters living in England. I have recently noticed a correlation between my hippy friends and their fall into right wing rabbit holes. This podcast came along at just the right time
This story went in too many directions and lost focus. Might have been more interesting to stay in Totnes and talk about the negative impacts that the mentally unstable people (who are “losing family and friends in their quest to make everyone “see the light””) have had on the community there. Series could have been shorter. At some point, I lose interest in psychologically fragile people who could not handle the Covid pandemic and coped by throwing fits and blaming random people based on elabor... more
Could have all been done in an interesting 30mins! The US way of repetitive (strain syndrome) and trailers. Made for a tedious long listen. Nothing wrong with short and sweet!
Not exactly a good look for someone who seems herself the arbiter of what is true and what is false.
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Marianna in Conspiracyland launched 6 months ago and published 14 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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