Estonia | Ep 8 | Fallout27 February - 50 mins
Stephen draws together everything he’s learned during his investigation and examines the key theories behind what happened to the Estonia. Survivors and family members of victims reveal the ongoing human impact of the tragedy.
Please note this podcast contains distressing content.
Presenter: Stephen Davis
Producer: Samantha Psyk
Mixing and Sound Design: Rory Auskerry
Studio recording: Luis Rodriguez at Sonic Space Lab Music
Research and production support: Robert Wallace, Louisa Adams, Thea Carley and Lisa Hanley
Voiceover: Johan Lindquist and Liivika Hanstin
Translations: William Sleath
Additional material across the series courtesy of Discovery+, Getty, Sveriges Radio, TV3 New Zea...
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