Nick Wallis was the first journalist to break the news that Johnny Depp had lost his libel claim against NGN at the High Court in London in July 2020. That hadn't been the plan. When Nick started live tweeting the case from within the courtroom he became the inside track for interested followers around the world. Now Nick is travelling to Virginia to see if he can follow the second instalment of this extraordinary confrontation. Nick will be recording outside the court (no electronic devices are allowed inside the courtroom on this occasion!), speaking to those around him, and summarising each day's proceedings in a daily edition of this podcast. In the middle of this trial will be 10 days of live examination and cross-examination of the two famous faces at the centre of this case. A jury will ultimately decide the outcome, but this podcast will be your daily digest from the courtroom in the celebrity trial of the century. Reporting Depp v Heard is presented by Nick Wallis. Find out mo... more
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On Wednesday the jury announced their verdict to Fairfax County Court, where Nick was eagerly waiting. more
The podcast comes full circle as we end with the same park bench guest we first started with, Natasha Miller - a Johnny Depp supporter from Colorado who made it into court every single day of this trial bar 3. more
The trial starts to wrap with today being the last day in court before closing arguments and jury instructions tomorrow, and Nick discusses the day’s events with Angenette Levy of the Law and Crime Network. more
Shameful to see how even a podcast that set out to try and be balanced, gradually ended up regurgitating the most trite and vile messages of the pro-Depp social media campaign. Only Depp’s fans were interviewed on the verdict. There’s no challenging of highly problematic tropes (I.e. manipulative female!). No mention of the incongruences of the verdict or the loud and informed critiques raised by experts on DV about the implications for victims of abuse. No acknowledgement that there is another ... more
I really enjoyed this podcast and appreciated your professionalism and your none biased reports. Reading the articles in the main streamed media, I can only praise your fairness!! Thanks! Also from Holland with love 😄
Great podcast with a great host and a different approach: interviewing spectators that were there for the trial. Loved it!
Very pleasant journalist. Not only because of his voice but because of his unbiased reporting. Thanks for that.
He has his opinions that guy, does not represent the entire podcast. People believe in pretty much everything. It is an interview with a random person :)
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