Josh Bloch is a talented journalist with CBC radio, host of the UNCOVER: Escaping NXIVM Podcast, and all around,, super nice guy! I was thrilled when we agreed to be a guest because I could talk about Keith Raniere, Allison Mack, and NXIVM endlessly. And we do. Josh shared his POV on true crime and hints at his next project which sounds very different, though similarly intense. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did! You can listen to UNCOVER: Escaping NXIVM here. You can keep up with Josh on twitter. As always, if you liked this episode and enjoy this podcast, be sure to subscribe, and please rate + review on iTunes! Leaving a review for those who have yet to discover the show! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/die-alogue-a-true-crime-conversation-podcast-trailer/id1470890320?i=1000443269373 DIE-ALOGUE is a Yellow Tape Inc. Production. Hosted by Rebekah Sebastian. Edited by Chris Gersbeck. Original theme music by Olivia Himes. Don't forget we are on Twitter, Instagram + FB now: @diealoguepod Use the hashtag #diealoguepod on social media! Thanks for killing the small talk and starting a DIE-ALOGUE with me! xo, Rebekah
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Josh Bloch was the host and co-producer of CBC Podcast's Uncover Escaping NXIVM. He has worked on CBC's daily current affairs show The Current since 2012 as a documentary editor. He co-created the CBC show The Life Game, which tells people's life stories with the help of improv actors, and How To Do It: the guide to things you hope you never need to know. He also produced CBC's first Virtual Reality documentary Highway of Tears.
Photo credit: Evan Aagaard, CBC