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All our Radio Espial episodes are based on availability of guests and future episode information below can change. We try to have at least one guest per episode to discuss a topic. Please be aware of our Disclaimer page. We live in a diverse world and explore many topics. Opinions, views and claims by guests are not necessarily those of the presenter and Radio Espial.

Radio Espial and its presenter believe in giving any guest extensive time on a topic. We do not subscribe to much of the mainstream media's idea of get a guest on and off as quickly as possible for a series of snapshot soundbites. Our format, per episode, is open-ended. We record a guest spot and we don't edit the interview unless there are technical issues to do with sound, video or continuity. Radio Espial guests are not paid to appear on our episodes. They give freely of their working time. Therefore, any information on future broadcasts below regarding time estimation cannot be provided prior to recording - until just before or after post-production. Some of our episodes may last an hour, others could run to two or more hours. That's how we roll at Radio Espial.

Unfortunately, some recent Radio Espial episodes and released shorts in the true crime and missing persons genres has meant that we can only provide highlights for podcast listeners. Much of that content is analysis-driven with an emphasis on show-and-tell and this provides a challenge for podcasting. However, all of the full output is available on our Youtube channel.

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