Hell on Earth: Karl Williams
In 2012, Karl Williams took a flight to Dubai to soak up the sun and party with his friends in the legendary club scene. That would be the last time he saw his home for over 1 year. Accused of a crime he didn't commit, Karl was driven out to the dessert by the police, tortured into confessing, and imprisoned in the infamous Port Rashid Detention Center commonly referred to as hell on earth. Karls excellent account of his survival in the one of the roughest prisons in the world, "Killing...
Your Privacy Is Dead: Moritz Bartl
You are being spied on right now. Acccording to Tor Project advocate and computer scientist Moritz Bartl, there is very little you can do about it. Governments and big corporations are aligned in the pursuit of your personal data, and they are winning the battle for online privacy. But there are a few brave people who are fighting back. And one of their weapons is the Tor Anonymity Network. It allows the user to surf, communicate, and just be online anonymously. I talked with Moritz about...
Life and Times in the IRA: Anthony McIntyre
Historian, scholar and former IRA gunman, Anthony McIntyre talks with me about the republican struggle, murder, going to prison for 18 years, becoming a vocal critic of the IRA, and the infamous Belfast Tapes that are now threatening to disrupt the fragile peace in Northern Ireland.