After almost 23 years, Curtis Flowers is no longer behind bars. For his family, it's a long-awaited reunion. But not everyone in Winona is happy. Support investigative journalism with a donation to In the Dark.
After nearly 23 years locked up, Curtis Flowers has a chance to get out on bail -- if his lawyers can convince the judge to rule in his favor. Support investigative journalism with a donation to In the Dark.
Skye speaks with Madeleine Baran, the host of APM Reports’ award-winning podcast In the Dark. Madeleine reveals: What drew her to investigative journalism; How she and her team write and structure the show; Whether she practices her “narration voice”; How she felt when authorities admitted that their investigation into Jacob Wetterling's disappearance had failed; What it was like to be at the Supreme Court in June; Her thoughts on the judicial branch's power — or lack of power — in regards Curtis Flowers' fate; What she feels is still missing in podcasting. Meanwhile, Skye does her best Terry Gross impression. Get in touch: Host Skye Pillsbury on Twitter @skyepillsbury Guest Madeleine Baran on Twitter @madeleinebaran Subscribe to the Inside Podcasting newsletter here (it's free!) and discover Inside.com's network of newsletters here.
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