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Beyond Reason is a talk show focusing on spirituality, the metaphysical and the paranormal, with guests including best selling authors and researchers. Hosted by Teddy Bart and Karlen Evins, Beyond Reason originated in Nashville, TN as a radio talk show in 1987 is now heading into national syndication. Visit our site at www.beyondreason.com
 
This podcast centers around, well, everything: Sports, News, Entertainment, Tech, basically anything that you’ll hear people talking about on a daily basis. “Beyond Reason” is the opinions part. I have takes on things that are happening, and so do my guests that I occasionally bring on the show. Come hear my “Reason” on today’s topics and feel free to comment yours as well. Enjoy! Cover art photo by https://www.instagram.com/izuddinhelmi
 
Award-winning Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright talks to top detectives, lawyers, victims and relatives to take an in-depth look at crimes that have shocked Britain (and the world), as well as revisiting some of his landmark stories and campaigns. From serial murderers to child killers, ruthless gangsters to corrupt police, psychopaths to paedophiles, celebrity criminals to audacious conmen, he untangles the mysteries and the secrets behind the headlines.
 
Peter Gordon is one of Australia’s best known lawyers. He joins award-winning political journalist Lyndal Curtis and well-respected Victorian Labor politician Jane Garrett in Beyond Reasonable Clout, a new podcast where they go beyond the headlines and take on high-profile issues spanning law, sport, current affairs and politics - together with the Herald Sun.
 
In 1991, seven black and five white jurors convicted Troy Davis of murder in the shooting death of Savannah police officer Mark MacPhail. Davis sat on Georgia’s deathrow for 20 years. Leading up to his execution, there were mass protests. Some of Davis’ supporters included Pope Benedict XVI, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, and former Republican Congressman Bob Barr of Georiga. Their efforts to stop the execution weren’t successful. On September 21, 2011, the state of Georgia executed Tro ...
 
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For 17 years serial rapist and burglar Delroy Grant – who became known as the ‘Night Stalker’ - terrorised elderly people in south London, cutting phone lines before breaking into homes and carrying out horrific sex attacks on victims as old as 93. Award-winning Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright speaks to ex Metropolitan Police DCI Colin Sutto…
 
With her murdered husband’s powerful last statement still echoing in her ears, Marina Litvinenko has fought a long and lonely battle to bring two justice the two ‘businessmen’ thought to have poisoned her husband with radioactive Polonium-210 - former bodyguard Andrey Luguvoy and former KGB agent Dmitry Kovtun. Marina speaks to award-winning Daily …
 
Fifteen years ago, Putin critic Alexander Litvinenko, who had fled Russia to safety in Britain, was hospitalised with a mystery illness after a business meeting with two Russians in a London hotel. A haunting photo of Litvinenko shocked the world, and three days later he was dead, poisoned by radioactive Polonium-210. Award-winning Daily Mail crime…
 
This Monday, in a New York courtroom, a pre-trial hearing began. The complainant was Virginia Roberts Giuffre, the defendant was Prince Andrew, the Duke of York. She alleges that when aged 17, she was introduced to the Prince by paedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein - and forced to have sex with him. Award-winning crime writer Stephen Wright digs in…
 
In a grand house in South London, a group of seven remarkable people gathered together for the first time - all victims of or witnesses to gross injustices at the hands of the police. Award-winning Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright spoke to victims of bungled cases, corruption and the inept investigation of false abuse claims - from Baroness D…
 
When Great Train Robber Ronnie Biggs was sentenced to 30 years for his part in the biggest robbery in British history, it wasn’t the end of his story - he disappeared over the wall of Wandsworth Prison and fled abroad, becoming one of the 20th century’s most infamous wanted men. Award-winning Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright talks to Colin Ma…
 
What lead to the conspiracy theories that swirled in the aftermath of Diana’s death - and what role did BBC journalist Martin Bashir play in the final years of Diana’s life? In the final of our seven-part series, Stephen Wright talks to Lord Stevens, the former Metropolitan Police Commissioner who led Operation Paget, about the people who spread th…
 
The inquests into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales officially began on 2 October 2007, ten years after her death - but would the findings of Operation Paget satisfy those who still believed she had been murdered? In the sixth of our seven-part series, Stephen Wright talks exclusively to Lord Stevens, the former Metropolitan Police Commissioner…
 
Central to the conspiracy theories around Princess Diana’s death was an accusation that Princes Charles and Prince Philip had been involved in a plot to kill her in a staged car crash - fears voiced by Diana herself in a letter to butler Paul Burrell. In the fifth of our seven-part series, award-winning crime writer Stephen Wright talks exclusively…
 
Mysteries still remained after Diana’s death - was the Princess pregnant? Why did it take so long for emergency services to get her to hospital... and could she have been saved? In the fourth of our seven-part series, award-winning crime writer Stephen Wright talks exclusively to Lord Stevens, the former Metropolitan Police Commissioner who led Ope…
 
Princess Diana’s tragic death would prompt a three-year investigation by Scotland Yard - but what crime had been committed… and who was really to blame? In the third episode of a new seven-part Beyond Reasonable Doubt podcast from Mail+, award-winning crime writer Stephen Wright speaks to the people who knew Princess Diana to unravel the conspiracy…
 
The death of Princess Diana in a car crash in a tunnel in Paris sent shockwaves around the world, with mourners taking to the streets in Britain and in Paris - and photographers surrounding the French hospital where the Princess lay dead. In the second episode of a new seven-part Beyond Reasonable Doubt podcast from Mail+, award-winning crime write…
 
On August 31, 1997, a Mercedes carrying Diana, Princess of Wales crashed into a pillar in a tunnel in Paris, and the world would never be the same again. A new seven-part Beyond Reasonable Doubt podcast from Mail+ finally reveals what really happened that night - in the words of the people who were there, including an exclusive first interview with…
 
On August 31, 1997, a Mercedes carrying Diana, Princess of Wales crashed into the wall of a tunnel in Paris, and the world would never be the same again. A new six-part Beyond Reasonable Doubt podcast from Mail+ finally reveals what really happened that night - in the words of the people who were there. Presented by award-winning Daily Mail crime w…
 
In March 1987, private investigator Daniel Morgan was brutally killed in the car park of the Golden Lion pub in Sydenham, with an axe embedded in his skull - but more than three decades later, no one has ever faced justice for his death. Award-winning crime writer Stephen Wright talks to Daniel’s campaigning brother, Alastair, about how the Metropo…
 
Mary Bastholm vanished from a Gloucester bus stop in January 1968, while en route to visit her boyfriend. She was just 15 years old and her disappearance was completely out of character. Within months, police shelved the investigation after running out of leads – despite detectives believing she had been abducted. A police file on her case was gath…
 
On Boxing Day 1994, 27-year-old gynaecologist Dr Joan Francisco was found strangled in her London flat - but her family faced an agonising five-year legal battle before her volatile ex-boyfriend was finally brought to justice. Did police and prosecutors treat them differently because they were black? Award-winning crime writer Stephen Wright talks …
 
When police raided the homes of VIPs Lord Brittan, Field Marshal Lord Bramall and Harvey Proctor on the basis of ludicrous false child abuse allegations from ‘Nick’ - aka paedophile Carl Beech - one brave detective stood up against the ‘witch-hunt’. Award-winning crime writer Stephen Wright speaks to former Detective Chief Inspector Paul Settle on …
 
Ten years after former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath died, he was smeared with vile and bizarre false claims of satanism, child abuse and murder, including using a bear-claw glove to disembowel children. Why did police believe the claims against him - and was it to do with Heath’s sexuality? Award-winning crime-writer Stephen Wright talks to Heat…
 
When dashing Swiss banker (and secret MI6 agent) Mark Conway walked into the Gloucestershire shop she worked in, divorcee Carolyn Woods fell head over heels and they began planning a life together. There was just one problem, she tells award-winning crime writer Stephen Wright: ‘Conway’ was actually notorious conman Mark Acklom, who span a web of l…
 
Police marksman Tony Long was dubbed ‘the Met’s very own serial killer’ by a senior officer after shooting three men dead, including two security van robbers gunned down in seconds in a hail of bullets. In the second part of an interview with award-winning crime writer Stephen Wright, Long describes how he shot gangster Azelle Rodney dead in a car,…
 
For 25 years, police ‘top shot’ Tony Long served in Scotland Yard’s elite specialist firearms unit, becoming Britain’s most lethal police marksman (and at one point facing trial for murder over a split-second decision to shoot). In Part One of a no-holds-barred interview with Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright, Long gives an insider’s view of w…
 
The night the Krays moved into my house (after shooting dead a rival gangster) After shooting dead a rival gangster in full view of drinkers in an East End pub, the Kray twins took over a young man's family home for two weeks as they hid from the law. Award-winning crime writer Stephen Wright talks to David Teale, whose new book, ‘Surviving the Kra…
 
Twenty years ago, former Conservative Minister Neil Hamilton and his TV personality wife Christine were arrested over false rape allegations - with documentary maker Louis Theroux filming it all. Their accuser was a woman with a long history of false allegations but Scotland Yard took her seriously. Award-winning Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wri…
 
John Thaw’s hard-drinking, rule-bending detective Jack Regan was a 70s TV icon - and amazingly, he was inspired by a real policeman. Acclaimed scriptwriter Ian Kennedy Martin gives Stephen Wright the inside story on The Sweeney, the legendary ITV series he created. The cop show pioneer also tells all about his other hits including Juliet Bravo, why…
 
To this day, no individual or organisation has been truly held to account over the disastrous errors of judgement that led to a 'witch hunt' against powerful figures including Lord Brittan, accused of being part of a gang of murdering paedophiles. Award-winning crime writer Stephen Wright talks to his widow Lady Brittan, who says, ‘There were monum…
 
In an extraordinary press conference, former Conservative MP Harvey Proctor tackled the absurd allegations of VIP paedophile liar Carl Beech, saying, 'I am a homosexual - not a murderer or a paedophile.' The moment marked a turning point in the VIP child abuse 'witch hunt' against senior military figures and politicians including Lord Brittan, says…
 
Police showed up with a search warrant at the former home of distinguished ex-Home Secretary Leon Brittan, just weeks after his death from cancer - and officers took away diaries, computers and phones to investigate the baseless accusations of paedophile Carl Beech. His widow, Lady Brittan, tells award-winning Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright…
 
Just days after Lord Brittan succumbed to terminal cancer, Tom Watson wrote a column repeating the vile lies of paedophile Carl Beech in a Sunday newspaper, claiming that Lord Brittan was part of a ring of VIP child abusers. It was, says his widow Lady Brittan, a ‘despicable act of cowardice’, published days after his death to avoid the threat of b…
 
Painfully thin and wasted after weeks in an intensive care unit, former Home Secretary Lord Brittan had just weeks to live when Detective Superintendent Kenny McDonald said that his team had spoken to the victim of a supposed VIP child abuse ring - and that the outrageous lies of paedophile Carl Beech were ‘credible and true’. Award-winning crime w…
 
Lord Brittan had led a long and distinguished public life, including serving as Home Secretary under Margaret Thatcher - but as he lay desperately ill in hospital with terminal cancer, he was swept up in a witch hunt based on foul and baseless allegations of child abuse from a deluded liar and paedophile, and cheered on by senior politicians includ…
 
It was billed as the 'Trial of the Decade', with Rosemary West’s husband Fred 'returning from the grave' in sickening police interviews as the mother-of-eight stood trial for the torture and murder of ten defenceless young women and children. Defence solicitor Leo Goatley tells acclaimed Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright that disturbing questi…
 
No matter how vile your crimes, everyone is entitled to a defence - but there are few more evil criminals than Gloucester mother-of-eight Rosemary West, who butchered ten young women and children. Acclaimed Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright interviews West’s former solicitor Leo Goatley, who reveals the horrifying secrets he learned in hundred…
 
The 1983 Brink's-Mat robbery saw thieves make off with £26 million in gold bullion and diamonds in the ‘crime of the century’ - and a number of suspects linked to the heist turned to defence solicitor, Henry Milner, later dubbed the ‘Mr Big of Criminal Briefs’. Award-winning Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright talks to the man who has defended s…
 
Peter Sutcliffe was locked up for life in 1981 for the brutal murders of 13 women, but one mystery still remained - who WAS the cruel hoaxer behind the 'Wearside Jack' tape, which derailed the police investigation and led to three more women dying at the Yorkshire Ripper’s hands? Award-winning Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright speaks to retire…
 
By the summer of 1979, Peter Sutcliffe had already killed ten women, but the investigation into his brutal crimes was about to take a fateful wrong turn, as police went public with letters and a tape sent by a man claiming to be the Yorkshire Ripper. Award-winning Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright speaks to retired Detective Chief Superintende…
 
For five years, Peter Sutcliffe, known as the Yorkshire Ripper, hunted and killed defenceless women, mutilating their bodies with hammers and screwdrivers. But could his murder spree have been stopped earlier? In the wake of the Ripper's death this month, award-winning Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright talks to retired Detective Chief Superint…
 
He was a D-Day hero and distinguished ex-head of the Armed Forces, who ended up being treated as a ‘common criminal’ by bungling Metropolitan Police officers. Field Marshal Lord Bramall was 91 and caring for his dying wife when detectives raided his home over ludicrous sex abuse allegations, made by the notorious liar known as 'Nick', real name Car…
 
Legendary BBC Radio presenter and 'Professor of Pop' Paul Gambaccini was shunned by friends and organisations he had supported, including the Labour Party, after he was arrested over false child sex allegations by officers from the Metropolitan Police’s controversial Operation Yewtree. He was even taken off air for a year by the BBC. As he secures …
 
With two of Stephen Lawrence's attackers belatedly jailed for life, what is Stephen's legacy? Could there be more convictions? And in the year Black Lives Matter protests swept the globe, has Scotland Yard really dealt with its problem of 'institutional racism' and learned the lessons of the case? Acclaimed Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright ta…
 
Nearly 19 years after Stephen Lawrence was 'swallowed up' by a gang of white youths who shouted racist abuse at him before stabbing him to death, two of the original prime suspects stood in the dock at the Old Bailey. But would the new DNA evidence hold up almost two decades on - and would guilty verdicts really deliver justice for the Stephen's lo…
 
After a top-secret investigation into Stephen Lawrence's murder (using 'James Bond' tactics including ‘bugged’ golf buggies, a spy helicopter and a daring undercover operation) failed to bring justice for the teenager, police reassessed the forensic evidence from the first weeks after Stephen was murdered, and found a crucial clue: a tiny flake of …
 
In February 1997, the Daily Mail's front page accused five men of the murder of Stephen Lawrence. It piled more pressure on Metropolitan Police for its failure to convict anyone over the teenager's senseless death. An official report into the case was about to expose the full extent of Scotland Yard's failings - and conclude the force was 'institut…
 
The collapse of a private prosecution over the senseless racist murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence, and the swaggering behaviour of the five prime suspects at an inquest felt like 'two fingers up at justice', says ex top prosecution lawyer Nazir Afzal. Widespread anger in Britain, and a sense of justice failing to be done, paved the way for …
 
On this edition of Beyond Reason Radio Yaffee is a voice of reason on the latest news! What happens next in the big cities? People leave and buy guns. AND The Left will push for gun control to stop crime. ALSO The BEYOND REASON Forest management in California. PLUS The BEYOND REASON minimum wage hike proposal.…
 
On this edition of Beyond Reason Radio Yaffee is a voice of reason on the latest news! Why the right is losing the culture war and how they can win it back! AND Biden blames climate change and Trump for the wildfires. ALSO Trump's historic Middle East peace deals. You can listen to the latest podcast here now!…
 
Stephen Lawrence was 18 when he was stabbed to death in cold blood by a gang of white, racist thugs, just because of the colour of his skin. In August, the Met Police closed its investigation into his murder after 27 years. In this six-part podcast, acclaimed Daily Mail crime writer Stephen Wright revisits a case he has covered for almost three dec…
 
On this edition of Beyond Reason Radio Yaffee is a voice of reason on the latest news! Biden speaks with Jacob Blake's family in Kenosha. AND Protests erupt in Rochester and DC over police shootings. ALSO NBA Commentator claims a coach was hired because of "white privilege". PLUS Pelosi Hair-salon-gate continues!…
 
On this edition of Beyond Reason Radio Yaffee is the voice of reason on the latest news! Joe Biden and the Democrats try to blame Trump for the violence is US cities. AND Where does all this racial tension lead? ALSO Why DeSantis is RIGHT AGAIN on Coronavirus!โดย Michael Yaffee
 
On this edition of Beyond Reason Radio Yaffee is a voice of reason on the latest news! NBA postpones games because the Bucks boycott playing over the shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin by police. AND Yaffee talks about why the riots will not go away anytime soon! ALSO Observations on the Republican Convention so far. PLUS Why the most powerful sp…
 
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