Transom has posted a new SHOW, a Transom Special, produced by Managing Editor Samantha Broun, with Jay Allison, Executive Editor/Producer.
Jay describes the piece: “This is a story about a terrible crime and everything that followed. It’s an intensely personal documentary, but it extends into public life and into the heart of our political and correctional systems.
Some stories take a long time. This one is an hour long, and took two and a half years to produce, after twenty years of living with it.”
This hour may be a little difficult to hear, but the clarity and courage with which it was produced make the listen well worth your time. Click here to hear.
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