Runaway Joe

Runaway Joe

By RTÉ Documentary on One

An investigation into one of the oldest unsolved cases on the FBI’s books spanning six decades. Joseph Maloney remains wanted on a charge of first-degree murder having escaped justice in both the United States of America - and Ireland. Released weekly, on Fridays // Previous series from DocOnOne include Finding Samantha, The Nobody Zone, GunPlot and Tiger Roll: The People's Horse

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Episodes

Runaway Joe: 07 - Jailbreak

With Joe Maloney arrested and firmly behind bars for the first time in almost 20 years, everyone breathes a sigh of relief. June is finally going to get justice - and Joe will finally be held accountable. It took so long to get to this point, but the wheels are in motion to return Joe to America. Surely nothing can change that now. (Ep 7/9)Credits: Runaway Joe is written, reported and produced by Pavel Barter and Tim Desmond. Research by Nicoline Greer. Original music soundtrack by Martin Klusák and Tomáš Borl. Sound designer is Peadar Kearney and the executive producer is Liam O'Brien. Press and Publicity by Jilly McDonough. Promo Producer is Damien Reid. Marketing by Roísín Clune and Hilary O'Callaghan. The designer is Loren Gibbons. Graphics by Amy Gilsenan. Social Media by Bree Treacy and Anne Whitmore. Audio Product Support by Nigel Wheatley. With online supporting content from Anna Joyce. Email documentaries@rte.ie Episodes released weekly, on Fridays Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
23/02/24·35m 43s

Runaway Joe: 06 - Closing The Net

As information is sent into us by listeners, we begin to piece together new, unknown parts of Joe Maloney's story. We also focus in on the transatlantic efforts being made to arrest him and to bring him to justice - all of which leads to blowing the cover on the alias identity of Michael O'Shea. (Ep 6/9)Credits: Runaway Joe is written, reported and produced by Pavel Barter and Tim Desmond. Research by Nicoline Greer. Original music soundtrack by Martin Klusák and Tomáš Borl. Sound designer is Peadar Kearney and the executive producer is Liam O'Brien. Press and Publicity by Jilly McDonough. Promo Producer is Damien Reid. Marketing by Roísín Clune and Hilary O'Callaghan. The designer is Loren Gibbons. Graphics by Amy Gilsenan. Social Media by Bree Treacy and Anne Whitmore. Audio Product Support by Nigel Wheatley. With online supporting content from Anna Joyce. Email documentaries@rte.ie Episodes released weekly, on Fridays Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
16/02/24·35m 15s

Runaway Joe: 05 - The Ripple Effect

The actions of Joe Maloney have far reaching effects, beyond what even he could ever have imagined. Broken families. Broken homes. Broken lives. We manage to find close family members of both June and Joe - and are shocked by what they have to tell us. (Ep 5/9)Credits: Runaway Joe is written, reported and produced by Pavel Barter and Tim Desmond. Research by Nicoline Greer. Original music soundtrack by Martin Klusák and Tomáš Borl. Sound designer is Peadar Kearney and the executive producer is Liam O'Brien. Press and Publicity by Jilly McDonough. Promo Producer is Damien Reid. Marketing by Roísín Clune and Hilary O'Callaghan. The designer is Loren Gibbons. Graphics by Amy Gilsenan. Social Media by Bree Treacy and Anne Whitmore. Audio Product Support by Nigel Wheatley. With online supporting content from Anna Joyce. Email documentaries@rte.ie Episodes released weekly, on Fridays Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
09/02/24·29m 53s

Runaway Joe: 04 - Living Large

Different countries. Different lives. One man becomes another and creates a life the other could never have imagined. Within two years of allegedly murdering his wife, Joe Maloney has become Michael O'Shea. He marries a shy Dublin woman and through a series of lucky breaks, begins to live the life of a wealthy property owner. Eclectic. Extravagant. Is this all fantasy? And if it is, when and where will it all end? (Ep 4/9)Credits: Runaway Joe is written, reported and produced by Pavel Barter and Tim Desmond. Research by Nicoline Greer. Original music soundtrack by Martin Klusák and Tomáš Borl. Sound designer is Peadar Kearney and the executive producer is Liam O'Brien. Press and Publicity by Jilly McDonough. Promo Producer is Damien Reid. Marketing by Roísín Clune and Hilary O'Callaghan. The designer is Loren Gibbons. Graphics by Amy Gilsenan. Social Media by Bree Treacy and Anne Whitmore. Audio Product Support by Nigel Wheatley. With online supporting content from Anna Joyce. Email documentaries@rte.ie Episodes released weekly, on Fridays. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
02/02/24·30m 57s

Runaway Joe: 03 - Manhunt

Having been charged with the first-degree murder of his ex-wife, Joseph Michael Maloney is imprisoned and awaits trial. But in a huge embarrassment to the authorities, the defendant tricks his own lawyers - and the judge - into a ploy which allows him to escape. Local and state police, an army of bloodhounds and the FBI all take part in his pursuit. As they begin to close in on the fugitive, the net becomes tighter and tighter. (Ep 3/9)Credits: Runaway Joe is written, reported and produced by Pavel Barter and Tim Desmond. Research by Nicoline Greer. Original music soundtrack by Martin Klusák and Tomáš Borl. Sound designer is Peadar Carney and the executive producer is Liam O'Brien. Press and Publicity by Jilly McDonough. Promo Producer is Damien Reid. Marketing by Roísín Clune and Hilary O'Callaghan. The designer is Loren Gibbons. Graphics by Amy Gilsenan. Social Media by Bree Treacy. Audio Product Support by Nigel Wheatley. With online supporting content from Anna Joyce. Contact documentaries@rte.ie Episodes released weekly, on Fridays. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
26/01/24·31m 18s

Runaway Joe: 02 - June and Joe

We travel to Rochester, New York, back to the beginning, to find out where this story really starts. What we find is a young girl who grew into a woman, living her dream and looking for true love. And a young boy who liked to talk with an Irish accent who grew into a man but never really grew up. Love blossomed between them. But then control kicked in. And what began as a whirlwind love story spirals into a hellish nightmare. This was never going to end well. (Ep 2/9)Credits: Runaway Joe is written, reported and produced by Pavel Barter and Tim Desmond. Research by Nicoline Greer. Original music soundtrack by Martin Klusák and Tomáš Borl. Sound designer is Peadar Carney and the executive producer is Liam O'Brien. Press and Publicity by Jilly McDonough. Promo Producer is Damien Reid. Marketing by Roísín Clune and Hilary O'Callaghan. The designer is Loren Gibbons. Graphics by Amy Gilsenan. Social Media by Bree Treacy. Audio Product Support by Nigel Wheatley. With online supporting content from Anna Joyce. Contact us documentaries@rte.ie Episodes released weekly, on Fridays. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
19/01/24·32m 59s

Runaway Joe: 01 - A Question of Identity

It's 1985 and a country estate owner and movie industry worker in Ireland finds himself up before a Dublin court facing an extradition trial. His wife pleads his innocence. He tells the judge - and anyone who'll listen - "you have the wrong man". None of this story makes sense. Apart from his fingerprints. Fingerprints don't lie. Has his true identity finally been rumbled? The real question is - how did he end up here? (Ep 1/9)Credits: Runaway Joe is written, reported and produced by Pavel Barter and Tim Desmond. Research by Nicoline Greer. Original music soundtrack by Martin Klusák and Tomáš Borl. Sound designer is Peadar Carney and the executive producer is Liam O'Brien. Press and Publicity by Jilly McDonough. Promo Producer is Damien Reid. Marketing by Roísín Clune and Hilary O'Callaghan. The designer is Loren Gibbons. Graphics by Amy Gilsenan. Social Media by Bree Treacy. Audio Product Support by Nigel Wheatley. With online supporting content from Anna Joyce. Contact us documentaries@rte.ie Episodes released weekly, on Fridays. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
19/01/24·29m 27s

Runaway Joe: Trailer

In 1967, an Irish-American escaped custody on a charge of murdering his wife in upstate New York. Almost 60 years later, Joseph “Joe” Maloney remains one of the oldest unsolved cases in the FBI’s books. Joe lived large in Ireland for 20 years, before escaping again. Can he finally be found? We believe we’ve come closer than anyone – even the FBI – to discovering what happened him… A new multi-episodic series from RTÉ Documentary On One in Ireland. Starts January 19th 2024. Credits: Runaway Joe is written, reported and produced by Pavel Barter and Tim Desmond. Research by Nicoline Greer. Original music soundtrack by Martin Klusák and Tomáš Borl. Sound designer is Peadar Carney and the executive producer is Liam O’Brien. Marketing is by Roisin Clune and Hilary O'Callaghan. Press and Publicity by Jilly McDonough. The designer is Loren Gibbon. Social Media by Bree Tracey. Audio Product Support by Nigel Wheatley. Additional editorial content by Anna Joyce. Contact us documentaries@rte.ie Episodes released weekly, each Friday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
21/12/23·3m 27s

Finding Samantha: 07 – Who is Samantha Azzopardi?

The cycle of Samantha offending, being jailed, then released and re-offending seems never ending. So as we reach the conclusion of our series, and in an attempt to understand just what exactly is going on for Samantha and how her behaviour might be understood, and treated, we make an application to the courts in search of answers. (Ep 7/7) Credits: Finding Samantha is written, recorded and produced by Sharon Davis in Australia and Tim Desmond and Nicoline Greer in Ireland. Soundtrack composed by Paddy Flynn with title song sung by Amelie Flynn and Mary Claire Woolley. Sound Engineer is Damian Chennells. Executive Producer is Liam O’Brien. If you have any further tips on this story email documentaries@rte.ie For further information on the series visit www.rte.ie/findingsamantha Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
06/06/23·38m 1s

Finding Samantha: 06 - Child's Play

With Samantha out of prison in 2018, she was now turning 30 years old. She began working as an au pair again and was about to commit her most serious crimes to date. With access to children, she began manipulating them into presenting themselves as victims before she was eventually charged with child stealing... (Ep 6/7) Credits: Finding Samantha is written, recorded and produced by Sharon Davis in Australia and Tim Desmond and Nicoline Greer in Ireland. Soundtrack composed by Paddy Flynn. Sound Engineer is Damian Chennells. Executive Producer is Liam O’Brien. If you have any further tips on this story email documentaries@rte.ie For further information on the series visit www.rte.ie/findingsamantha Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
30/05/23·34m 43s

Finding Samantha: 05 - The One That Got Away

Sharon receives a strange phone call from a mystery woman with something to give her. Samantha receives her first full jail sentence as we hear from the Appeal Court Judge who decided on her case. And we receive an insight into how Samantha uses other people as she appears tries to play with us. (Ep 5/7) Credits: Finding Samantha is written, recorded and produced by Sharon Davis in Australia and Tim Desmond and Nicoline Greer in Ireland. Soundtrack composed by Paddy Flynn. Sound Engineer is Damian Chennells. Executive Producer is Liam O’Brien. If you have any further tips on this story email documentaries@rte.ie For further information on the series visit www.rte.ie/findingsamantha Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
23/05/23·36m 36s

Finding Samantha: 04 – Catch me if you can

With Samantha Azzopardi continuing to face police and judges, she fails to heed their warnings to change her behaviour. Instead, she continues to target people in Australia, then returns to Ireland before moving to another continent. And all the time, she’s creating new characters, new aliases and leaving new victims in her wake. Where is this all going to end up? (Ep4/7). Credits: Finding Samantha is written, recorded and produced by Sharon Davis in Australia and Tim Desmond and Nicoline Greer in Ireland. Soundtrack composed by Paddy Flynn. Sound Engineer is Damian Chennells. Executive Producer is Liam O’Brien. If you have any information or tips on this story, email us documentaries@rte.ie For further information on the series visit www.rte.ie/findingsamantha Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
16/05/23·32m 47s

Finding Samantha: 03 - Samm Az

A 15 yr old Russian gymnast turns up hoping to be adopted by a new family. A Police Prosecutor in Perth is not quite sure what kind of an individual he's dealing with. One Samantha Azzopardi actually reaches out to us - and we get to meet another. This journey is getting deeper and wilder than we could have ever imagined... (Ep3/7)Credits: Finding Samantha is written, recorded and produced by Sharon Davis in Australia and Tim Desmond and Nicoline Greer in Ireland. Soundtrack composed by Paddy Flynn. Sound Engineer is Damian Chennells. Executive Producer is Liam O’Brien. If you have any information or tips on this story, email us documentaries@rte.ie For further information on the series visit www.rte.ie/findingsamantha  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
09/05/23·31m 26s

Finding Samantha: 02 - Webs of Deceit

As we follow the trail of the Girl at the GPO – who we now know is Australian woman Samantha Azzopardi - we dive into a surreal world where fact and fiction are often blurred. Samantha has connections to Ireland and a seemingly long and troubled back history in Australia. To begin to understand where this all started, we travel to Australia, to the suburbs of Sydney, where journalist Sharon Davis comes on board. Samantha’s trail leads us into the Blue Mountains in New South Wales and to a small Christian community. (Ep 2/7) Credits: Finding Samantha is written, recorded and produced by Sharon Davis in Australia and Tim Desmond and Nicoline Greer in Ireland. Soundtrack composed by Paddy Flynn. Sound Engineer is Damian Chennells. Executive Producer is Liam O’Brien.If you have any information or tips on this story, email us documentaries@rte.ie For further information on the series visit www.rte.ie/findingsamantha   Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
02/05/23·30m 45s

Finding Samantha: 01 - GPO Girl

2013 - A distressed teenage girl is found wandering in front of the General Post Office (GPO) in Dublin city centre. As suspicions rise that she’s the victim of serious crime, everyone scrambles to help her and to get to the bottom of her story. But a massive month long investigation by the Irish authorities reveal nothing about her. In desperation, the Gardaí (Police) release a photograph of the girl to the public with spectacular results. And the story of who the GPO Girl is takes us far beyond the streets of Dublin. (Ep 1/7) Credits: Finding Samantha is written, recorded and produced by Sharon Davis in Australia and Tim Desmond and Nicoline Greer in Ireland. Soundtrack composed by Paddy Flynn. Sound Engineer is Damian Chennells. Executive Producer is Liam O’Brien.If you have any information or tips on this story, email us documentaries@rte.ie For further information on the series visit www.rte.ie/findingsamantha    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
25/04/23·27m 8s

Finding Samantha: Trailer

A woman who has created more than 100 fake identities. A young girl found wandering the streets of Dublin. A teenager deported from Canada. Stories of sustained sexual abuse at the hands of many. Kidnapping charges, prison time, lies, fraud and deceit. Could all of these stories go back to just one person? A new 7-part podcast series from RTÉ Documentary On One unravelling the wild world of Samantha Azzopardi... Previous series from Doc On One include The Nobody Zone, GunPlot and Tiger Roll: The People's Horse Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
19/04/23·30s

Tiger Roll, The People's Horse: Bonus - A Word with Michael O'Leary

Bonus: Michael O'Leary officially announced on February 27th 2022 that Tiger Roll will be retired after his final race at the Cheltenham Festival on March 16th, 2022. Michael Lawless caught up with Michael shortly after this announcement to see what lies ahead for Tiger Roll after racing. Credits: Tiger Roll The People's Horse was written, recorded and produced by Michael Lawless, Tim Desmond and Liam O'Brien. Sound Design by Damian Chennells Production assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team. Special thanks to all our contributors, and the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments. For further information, visit www.rte.ie/tigerroll Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
03/03/22·9m 37s

Tiger Roll, The People's Horse: 07 - Horse of a Lifetime

After his first Grand National win, Tiger attempts a feat not achieved in over 40 years - to win a second Grand National in a row. He's getting older and so much is happening around him. What will it all mean for Tiger? (Ep 7/7). Credits: Tiger Roll The People's Horse was written, recorded and produced by Michael Lawless, Tim Desmond and Liam O'Brien. Sound Design by Damian Chennells Production assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team. Special thanks to all our contributors, and the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments. For further information, visit www.rte.ie/tigerroll Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
02/03/22·40m 22s

Tiger Roll, The People's Horse: 06 - The National

The biggest prize in National Hunt racing is the Grand National, and in 2018 Tiger was entered into a race nobody ever thought he could take on. But is he up for the challenge? (Ep 6/7). Credits: Tiger Roll The People's Horse was written, recorded and produced by Michael Lawless, Tim Desmond and Liam O'Brien. Sound Design by Damian Chennells Production assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team. Special thanks to all our contributors, and the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments. For further information, visit www.rte.ie/tigerroll Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/03/22·28m 34s

Tiger Roll, The People's Horse: 05 - Staying The Course

As Tiger Roll matures, he’s ready for the next step up in jumps racing. But will patience and persistence from his owners and trainer give Tiger Roll a chance to fulfill his destiny as a champion racehorse ? (Ep 5/7) Released daily on weekdays from Feb 22nd-Mar 2nd, 2022. Credits: Tiger Roll The People's Horse was written, recorded and produced by Michael Lawless, Tim Desmond and Liam O'Brien. Sound Design by Damian Chennells Production assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team. Special thanks to all our contributors, and the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments. For further information, visit www.rte.ie/tigerroll Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
28/02/22·36m 2s

Tiger Roll, The People's Horse: 04 - Triumph

Tiger Roll gets another new owner, Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary, a new training yard and a whole new set of challenges. He begins to make new friends for life as he enters his first Cheltenham festival. (Ep4/7) Released daily on weekdays from Feb 22nd-Mar 2nd, 2022.Credits: Tiger Roll The People's Horse was written, recorded and produced by Michael Lawless, Tim Desmond and Liam O'Brien. Sound Design by Damian Chennells Production assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team. Special thanks to all our contributors, and the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments. For further information, visit www.rte.ie/tigerroll Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
28/02/22·30m 49s

Tiger Roll, The People's Horse: 03 - Up And Over

Sold on by Godolphin Racing, Tiger Roll is bought by Nigel and Catherine Hawke. With the help of jockey Mark Quinlan, they discover Tiger’s previously unknown ability and love of jumping and enter him into his first ever race. (Ep3/7) Released daily on weekdays from Feb 22nd-Mar 2nd, 2022.Credits: Tiger Roll The People's Horse was written, recorded and produced by Michael Lawless, Tim Desmond and Liam O'Brien. Sound Design by Damian Chennells Production assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team. Special thanks to all our contributors, and the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments. For further information, visit www.rte.ie/tigerroll Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
24/02/22·34m 23s

Tiger Roll, The People's Horse: 02 - Good Mover

Bought by one of the richest men in horseracing, the young Tiger Roll becomes part of a global operation. But as he begins to grow up, and enters training, things don’t go according to plan. (Ep2/7). Released daily on weekdays (Feb 22nd-Mar 2nd 2022).Credits: Tiger Roll The People's Horse was written, recorded and produced by Michael Lawless, Tim Desmond and Liam O'Brien. Sound Design by Damian Chennells Production assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team. Special thanks to all our contributors, and the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments. For further information, visit www.rte.ie/tigerroll Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
23/02/22·33m 23s

Tiger Roll , The People's Horse: 01 - A Star Is Born

A new 7-part series from RTÉ Documentary On One. To listen to all episodes, please subscribe to 'Tiger Roll, The People's Horse' from wherever you get your podcasts. This series tells the remarkable story of Tiger Roll, a racehorse who has won two Aintree Grand Nationals (back-to-back) and five times at the Cheltenham Festival. We follow Tiger's unlikely path to glory, from the very beginning to today, through the people and places that have made him the horse of a lifetime.Episode 1: In March 2010, a foal is born. Growing up on a lake shore farm in Ireland, with his mother and the man who bred him, his whole world changed when he was sold at 8 months old - to begin his journey into the world of horse racing. (Ep1/7). Released daily on weekdays from Feb 22nd-Mar 2nd, 2022.Credits: Tiger Roll The People's Horse was written, recorded and produced by Michael Lawless, Tim Desmond and Liam O'Brien. Sound Design by Damian Chennells Production assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team. Special thanks to all our contributors, and the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments. For further information, visit www.rte.ie/tigerroll Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
22/02/22·30m 57s

GunPlot: Bonus - Appendix Trial Tapes 4

The fourth and final recordings we have from the Arms Trial. Taking place on the morning of October 20th 1970, this is the unedited courtroom tape recording of the closing address to the jury by Niall McCarthy, Charlie Haughey’s Barrister. A masterclass in how to address a jury, Niall McCarthy argues that Charles Haughey should be acquitted. And the defence was successful - Haughey, along with the others accused, was found innocent.---Companion TV documentary to this series, also titled GunPlot, is available via RTÉ Player (Worldwide)Credits:GunPlot was written, recorded and produced by Ronan Kelly and Nicoline Greer.Sound Design by Damian ChennellsProduction assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team.Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments.For further information, and articles by Anna Joyce to accompany each episode, visit http://www.rte.ie/gunplot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
17/06/21·1h 6m

GunPlot: Bonus - Appendix Trial Tapes 3

The third of four recordings we have from the Arms Trial. Taking place on the morning of October 20th 1970, this is the unedited courtroom tape recording of a legal argument. This is something you never read about from a trial. Such discussions between the judge and barristers for both sides normally take place in the absence of the jury and are not permitted to be reported on. ---Companion TV documentary to this series, also titled GunPlot, is available via RTÉ Player (Worldwide)Credits:GunPlot was written, recorded and produced by Ronan Kelly and Nicoline Greer.Sound Design by Damian ChennellsProduction assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team.Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments.For further information, and articles by Anna Joyce to accompany each episode, visit http://www.rte.ie/gunplot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
16/06/21·49m 33s

GunPlot: Bonus - Appendix Trial Tapes 2

The second of four recordings we have from the Arms Trial. Taking place on the afternoon of October 16th 1970, this is the unedited courtroom tape recording of the opening speech by Peter Maguire, Charlie Haughey’s barrister. The case for the defence of Charles Haughey is laid before the jury. This was a preamble to the ‘main event’ of the Arms Crisis: the testimony of the fallen star of the political firmament - Charles Haughey.---Companion TV documentary to this series, also titled GunPlot, is available via RTÉ Player (Worldwide)Credits:GunPlot was written, recorded and produced by Ronan Kelly and Nicoline Greer.Sound Design by Damian ChennellsProduction assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team.Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments.For further information, and articles by Anna Joyce to accompany each episode, visit http://www.rte.ie/gunplot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/06/21·45m 13s

GunPlot: Bonus - Appendix Trial Tapes 1

The first of four recordings we have from the Arms Trial. Taking place on the morning of October 16th 1970, this is the unedited courtroom tape recording of Captain James Kelly being cross examined by Seamus McKenna, Prosecution Barrister. "Two prize fighters slugging it out on the floor of the Central Criminal Court". That's how this recording is described by historian, Michael Heney. ---Companion TV documentary to this series, also titled GunPlot, is available via RTÉ Player (Worldwide)Credits:GunPlot was written, recorded and produced by Ronan Kelly and Nicoline Greer.Sound Design by Damian ChennellsProduction assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team.Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments.For further information, and articles by Anna Joyce to accompany each episode, visit http://www.rte.ie/gunplot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
14/06/21·1h 25m

GunPlot: 09 - Fallout

More than 50 years after the Arms Crisis of 1970, the effects echo through to today. There was personal fallout, financial fallout, social fallout and political fallout. It was, and continues to be, the biggest political scandal of modern Ireland. So what happened all those involved? Who were the 'winners' and who were the 'losers'? This is where we bring our story to an end.---Companion TV documentary to this series, also titled GunPlot, is available via RTÉ Player (Worldwide)Credits:GunPlot was written, recorded and produced by Ronan Kelly and Nicoline Greer.Sound Design by Damian ChennellsProduction assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team.Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments.For further information, and articles by Anna Joyce to accompany each episode, visit http://www.rte.ie/gunplot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
07/06/21·40m 40s

GunPlot: 08 - The Trial

A stunning period in Irish life comes to a climax. Four men stand before the High Court, charged with conspiring to import arms and ammunition illegally into Ireland. A Government Minister, an Army officer, a Belgian businessman and a proud IRA man. If found guilty, jail beckons. The entire country holds its breath.---Companion TV documentary to this series, also titled GunPlot, is available via RTÉ Player (Worldwide)Credits:GunPlot was written, recorded and produced by Ronan Kelly and Nicoline Greer.Sound Design by Damian ChennellsProduction assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team.Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments.For further information, and articles by Anna Joyce to accompany each episode, visit http://www.rte.ie/gunplot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
31/05/21·43m 26s

GunPlot: 07 - Implosion

The country is about to wake up to some shocking news. The plan to secretly import weapons is blown wide open and the dominoes are about to start falling with devastating consequences for some of those involved.---Companion TV documentary to this series, also titled GunPlot, is available via RTÉ Player (Worldwide)Credits:GunPlot was written, recorded and produced by Ronan Kelly and Nicoline Greer.Sound Design by Damian ChennellsProduction assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team.Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments.For further information, and articles by Anna Joyce to accompany each episode, visit http://www.rte.ie/gunplot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
24/05/21·44m 21s

GunPlot: 06 - Closing In

Attempts continue to bring black market sub-machine guns and pistols into Ireland. But when an Irish policeman is shot on the streets of Dublin, everything changes. And the forces seeking to undo the entire plot to import guns are growing stronger.---Companion TV documentary to this series, also titled GunPlot, is available via RTÉ Player (Worldwide)Credits:GunPlot was written, recorded and produced by Ronan Kelly and Nicoline Greer.Sound Design by Damian ChennellsProduction assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team.Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments.For further information, and articles by Anna Joyce to accompany each episode, visit http://www.rte.ie/gunplot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
17/05/21·35m 20s

GunPlot: 05 - Deeper

The hunt for guns leads to a meeting in Antwerp with a shady arms dealer. The Minister for Defence issues a directive that could lead to an invasion of Northern Ireland. A group of men wait at Dublin Port for a shipment of arms to arrive. Official Ireland is getting in deeper and deeper and deeper.---Companion TV documentary to this series, also titled GunPlot, is available via RTÉ Player (Worldwide)Credits:GunPlot was written, recorded and produced by Ronan Kelly and Nicoline Greer.Sound Design by Damian ChennellsProduction assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team.Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments.For further information, and articles by Anna Joyce to accompany each episode, visit http://www.rte.ie/gunplot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
10/05/21·32m 27s

GunPlot: 04 - Muzzy

It’s October 1969 and the truth is becoming murky. A plan to buy weapons begins to come together. And a group of men go shopping for guns. But what happens when the arms dealer they meet is actually a foreign spy? ---Companion TV documentary to this series, also titled GunPlot, is available via the RTÉ Player (Worldwide)Credits:GunPlot was written, recorded and produced by Ronan Kelly and Nicoline Greer.Sound Design by Damian ChennellsProduction assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team.Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments.For further information, and articles by Anna Joyce to accompany each episode, visit http://www.rte.ie/gunplot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
03/05/21·35m 55s

GunPlot: 03 - Plan B

A secret plan by members of the Irish Government to import guns into Ireland begins to come together. But forces are gathering in the wings to scupper it. Will the plot survive? ---Companion TV documentary to this series, also titled GunPlot, is available via the RTÉ Player (Worldwide)Credits:GunPlot was written, recorded and produced by Ronan Kelly and Nicoline Greer.Sound Design by Damian ChennellsProduction assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team.Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments.For further information, and articles by Anna Joyce to accompany each episode, visit www.rte.ie/gunplot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
26/04/21·41m 17s

GunPlot: 02 - Invasion

As tensions continue to rise, the Irish Army is hurriedly moved to the border of Northern Ireland. Is this a sign that Ireland is going to take on the might of the British Empire? One Irish government minister hopes so. And his name is Neil Blaney.---Companion TV documentary to this series, also titled GunPlot, is available via the RTÉ Player (Worldwide)Credits:GunPlot was written, recorded and produced by Ronan Kelly and Nicoline Greer.Sound Design by Damian ChennellsProduction assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team.Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments.For further information, and articles by Anna Joyce to accompany each episode, visit www.rte.ie/gunplot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
19/04/21·38m 43s

GunPlot: 01 - The Spark that Lit the Flame

An Irish Army Captain goes on holidays – a strange kind of holiday. To a city where he knows there is likely to be ‘trouble’. He arrives as a three-day street battle, now known as 'the Battle of the Bogside', begins. And it changes everything (Ep1/8). Released weekly from Monday April 12, 2021. To listen/subscribe to this entire series, search for ‘GunPlot’ from wherever you get your podcasts.Companion TV documentary to this series airs Wednesday Apr 28th @9.30pm on RTÉ One.Credits:GunPlot was written, recorded and produced by Ronan Kelly and Nicoline Greer.Sound Design by Damian ChennellsProduction assistance from the RTÉ Documentary On One Team.Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the RTÉ Design, Marketing, Online and Creative Audio departments.For further information, and articles by Anna Joyce to accompany each episode, visit www.rte.ie/gunplot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
12/04/21·31m 31s

The Nobody Zone: 08 – End Of The Line

Answers lead to more questions as we try to close the book on the Kieran Kelly story. And more stories come from the shadows of The Nobody Zone. But is it too late to find the truth? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/12/20·52m 14s

The Nobody Zone: 07 - New Evidence

As new evidence emerges, we return to the first victim that Kieran Kelly claimed – to where it all began. A train. A death. A story.The Nobody Zone is a collaboration between RTÉ's Documentary On One in Ireland and Third Ear productions in Denmark.For more, visit rte.ie/thenobodyzone..The Nobody Zone is written and narrated by Tim Hinman.Storyline and production is by Tim Hinman and Krister Moltzen.Original idea, research and recordings are by Robert Mulhern, Nicoline Greer and Liam O'Brien with production assistance from Sarah Blake, Donal O'Herlihy, Tim Desmond, Ronan Kelly and Michael Lawless.Special thanks to genealogist Damian O’Sullivan and Leo Magee in Pearse Street Library, DublinIf you wish to join the social media conversation around this podcast, please use #thenobodyzone, or visit rte.ie/thenobodyzoneAnd if you'd like to comment or share any information you might have on this story, we'd love to hear from you - email us documentaries@rte.ieOriginal music for the series is by Tim Hinman.The title music is the song 'Missing you' written by Jimmy McCarthy and performed by Christy Moore.Graphics, marketing and press by John Kilkenny, Laura Beatty, Amy O'Driscoll, Nigel Wheatley, Frederik Nielbo, Jilly McDonough, Ellen Leonard, Bren Murphy and Anna Joyce. Illustrations by Alex Williamson. Distribution support from Acast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
24/11/20·40m 0s

The Nobody Zone: Prologue to Episode 7 & 8

With the release of two new episodes of The Nobody Zone arriving next week (Nov 24th & Dec 1st 2020), we explore the actions and behaviour of Kieran Patrick Kelly with a forensic psychologist and criminologist. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
17/11/20·27m 22s

The Nobody Zone: 06 - Bringing it all back home

As we bring the series to a close, what stories lie buried in Kieran Kelly’s home town of Rathdowney? Have we reached the end of the line?The Nobody Zone is a collaboration between RTÉ's Documentary On One in Ireland and Third Ear productions in Denmark.For more, visit rte.ie/thenobodyzone..The Nobody Zone is written and narrated by Tim Hinman.Storyline and production is by Tim Hinman and Krister Moltzen.Original idea, research and recordings are by Robert Mulhern, Ronan Kelly and Liam O'Brien with production assistance from Sarah Blake, Donal O'Herlihy, Tim Desmond, Nicoline Greer and Michael Lawless.If you wish to join the social media conversation around this podcast, please use #thenobodyzone, or visit rte.ie/thenobodyzoneAnd if you'd like to comment or share any information you might have on this story, we'd love to hear from you - email us documentaries@rte.ieOriginal music for the series is by Tim Hinman.The title music is the song 'Missing you' written by Jimmy McCarthy and performed by Christy Moore.Graphics, marketing and press by John Kilkenny, Laura Beatty, Amy O'Driscoll, Nigel Wheatley, Frederik Nielbo, Jilly McDonough, Ellen Leonard, Bren Murphy and Anna Joyce. Illustrations by Alex Williamson. Distribution support from Acast.Special thanks to the British Transport Police. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
24/03/20·39m 55s

The Nobody Zone: 05 - Another Side

As Kieran Kelly descended into a life of murder and violence, he displayed a number of sides to his character. But what were they, and what do they tell us about him? The Nobody Zone is a collaboration between RTÉ's Documentary On One in Ireland and Third Ear productions in Denmark.For more, visit rte.ie/thenobodyzone..The Nobody Zone is written and narrated by Tim Hinman.Storyline and production is by Tim Hinman and Krister Moltzen.Original idea, research and recordings are by Robert Mulhern, Ronan Kelly and Liam O'Brien with production assistance from Sarah Blake, Donal O'Herlihy, Tim Desmond, Nicoline Greer and Michael Lawless.If you wish to join the social media conversation around this podcast, please use #thenobodyzone, or visit rte.ie/thenobodyzoneAnd if you'd like to comment or share any information you might have on this story, we'd love to hear from you - email us documentaries@rte.ieOriginal music for the series is by Tim Hinman.The title music is the song 'Missing you' written by Jimmy McCarthy and performed by Christy Moore.Graphics, marketing and press by John Kilkenny, Laura Beatty, Amy O'Driscoll, Nigel Wheatley, Frederik Nielbo, Jilly McDonough, Ellen Leonard, Bren Murphy and Anna Joyce. Illustrations by Alex Williamson. Distribution support from Acast.Special thanks to the British Transport Police. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
17/03/20·45m 7s

The Nobody Zone: 04 - True Confessions

The tape. In a smoke filled interview room in Clapham Police Station, Kieran Patrick Kelly confesses to multiple murders. Dates, times, locations. Should we believe everything he's saying? The Nobody Zone is a collaboration between RTÉ's Documentary On One in Ireland and Third Ear productions in Denmark.For more, visit rte.ie/thenobodyzone..The Nobody Zone is written and narrated by Tim Hinman.Storyline and production is by Tim Hinman and Krister Moltzen.Original idea, research and recordings are by Robert Mulhern, Ronan Kelly and Liam O'Brien with production assistance from Sarah Blake, Donal O'Herlihy, Tim Desmond, Nicoline Greer and Michael Lawless.If you wish to join the social media conversation around this podcast, please use #thenobodyzone, or visit rte.ie/thenobodyzoneAnd if you'd like to comment or share any information you might have on this story, we'd love to hear from you - email us documentaries@rte.ieOriginal music for the series is by Tim Hinman.The title music is the song 'Missing you' written by Jimmy McCarthy and performed by Christy Moore.Graphics, marketing and press by John Kilkenny, Laura Beatty, Amy O'Driscoll, Nigel Wheatley, Frederik Nielbo, Jilly McDonough, Ellen Leonard, Bren Murphy and Anna Joyce. Illustrations by Alex Williamson. Distribution support from Acast.Special thanks to the British Transport Police. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
10/03/20·40m 46s

The Nobody Zone: 03 - The Numbers Game

Why do claims of the number of Kieran Patrick Kelly's past victims keep on rising? Fresh information is put to the test.The Nobody Zone is a collaboration between RTÉ's Documentary On One in Ireland and Third Ear productions in Denmark.For more, visit rte.ie/thenobodyzone..The Nobody Zone is written and narrated by Tim Hinman.Storyline and production is by Tim Hinman and Krister Moltzen.Original idea, research and recordings are by Robert Mulhern, Ronan Kelly and Liam O'Brien with production assistance from Sarah Blake, Donal O'Herlihy, Tim Desmond, Nicoline Greer and Michael Lawless.If you wish to join the social media conversation around this podcast, please use #thenobodyzone, or visit rte.ie/thenobodyzoneAnd if you'd like to comment or share any information you might have on this story, we'd love to hear from you - email us documentaries@rte.ieOriginal music for the series is by Tim Hinman.The title music is the song 'Missing you' written by Jimmy McCarthy and performed by Christy Moore.Graphics, marketing and press by John Kilkenny, Laura Beatty, Amy O'Driscoll, Nigel Wheatley, Frederik Nielbo, Jilly McDonough, Ellen Leonard, Bren Murphy and Anna Joyce. Illustrations by Alex Williamson. Distribution support from Acast.Special thanks to the British Transport Police. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
03/03/20·36m 10s

The Nobody Zone: 02 - A Hidden Truth?

In 2015, amidst claims by a retired police officer of mass murder and cover up, the Police reopen the case files of Kieran Patrick Kelly. But is the new evidence to be trusted? Episode 2 of 6. Released weekly. The Nobody Zone is a collaboration between RTÉ's Documentary On One in Ireland and Third Ear productions in Denmark.For more, visit rte.ie/thenobodyzone..The Nobody Zone is written and narrated by Tim Hinman.Storyline and production is by Tim Hinman and Krister Moltzen.Original idea, research and recordings are by Robert Mulhern, Ronan Kelly and Liam O'Brien with production assistance from Sarah Blake, Donal O'Herlihy, Tim Desmond, Nicoline Greer and Michael Lawless.If you wish to join the social media conversation around this podcast, please use #thenobodyzone, or visit rte.ie/thenobodyzoneAnd if you'd like to comment or share any information you might have on this story, we'd love to hear from you - email us documentaries@rte.ieOriginal music for the series is by Tim Hinman.The title music is the song 'Missing you' written by Jimmy McCarthy and performed by Christy Moore.Graphics, marketing and press by John Kilkenny, Laura Beatty, Amy O'Driscoll, Nigel Wheatley, Frederik Nielbo, Jilly McDonough, Ellen Leonard, Bren Murphy and Anna Joyce. Illustrations by Alex Williamson. Distribution support from Acast.Special thanks to the British Transport Police. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
25/02/20·38m 50s

The Nobody Zone: 01 - "It Plays On Your Mind"

A homeless Irishman is arrested on Clapham Common in London for stealing a wedding ring, only to murder another man in his police cell. When interviewed by police, he confesses to multiple murders. Episode 1 of 6. Released weekly.The Nobody Zone is a collaboration between RTÉ's Documentary On One in Ireland and Third Ear productions in Denmark.For more, visit rte.ie/thenobodyzone..The Nobody Zone is written and narrated by Tim Hinman.Storyline and production is by Tim Hinman and Krister Moltzen.Original idea, research and recordings are by Robert Mulhern, Ronan Kelly and Liam O'Brien with production assistance from Sarah Blake, Donal O'Herlihy, Tim Desmond, Nicoline Greer and Michael Lawless.If you wish to join the social media conversation around this podcast, please use #thenobodyzone, or visit rte.ie/thenobodyzoneAnd if you'd like to comment or share any information you might have on this story, we'd love to hear from you - email us documentaries@rte.ieOriginal music for the series is by Tim Hinman.The title music is the song 'Missing you' written by Jimmy McCarthy and performed by Christy Moore.Graphics, marketing and press by John Kilkenny, Laura Beatty, Amy O'Driscoll, Nigel Wheatley, Frederik Nielbo, Jilly McDonough, Ellen Leonard, Bren Murphy and Anna Joyce. Illustrations by Alex Williamson. Distribution support from Acast.Special thanks to the British Transport Police. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
18/02/20·35m 14s

The Nobody Zone: Trailer

In 1983 Kieran Patrick Kelly confessed to multiple murders. We enter a dark world where killer and victims mask their identities and where evidence is as hard to find, as it is to trust. A new 6 part true crime podcast from RTÉ in Ireland and Third Ear in Denmark. New episodes every Tuesday morning, beginning February 18th 2020. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
11/02/20·30s
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