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Caroline Overington

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Caroline Overington: on how she turned lockdown into a bestselling thriller

Stories Behind the Story with Better Reading

Associate Editor of The Australian and bestselling author Caroline Overington talks to Cheryl Akle about turning The Cuckoo's Cry audiobook into a written novel, and why she decided to set this gripping new thriller during lockdown. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


17 Oct 2021

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Caroline Overington Gives Us New Information On The William Tyrell Case

Laurel, Gary & Mark - 4KQ Breakfast

Caroline Overington Gives Us New Information On The William Tyrell Case


14 Sep 2021

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Missing William Tyrell with Caroline Overington - #154

Australian True Crime

Our most requested case. Journalist and author Caroline Overington has tirelessly researched the disappearance and search for 3-year-old William Tyrell and gained exclusive interviews with many members of his family. She presents a thorough, fair and moving portrait of all involved, and most importantly, renews faith that William will be found. She joins us to talk about her book, “Missing William Tyrell”.Warning: please be advised this episode contains graphic content.Show notes for Episode 154:Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily WebbWith thanks to Caroline OveringtonLike us on Facebook ​Follow us on Instagram or TwitterSupport us on PatreonVisit our BookshopListen on Apple PodcastsListen on Google PodcastsListen on SpotifyIf you have any information on the cases covered by this podcast, please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.Thank you for listening!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/australiantruecrime. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


22 Apr 2020

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Caroline Overington: Missing William Tyrrell

Stories Behind the Story with Better Reading

Best-selling author and Walkley Award-winning journalist, Caroline Overington, talks to Cheryl Akle about one of Australia's most baffling and heartbreaking mysteries, and her book on the case, Missing William Tyrrell. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


19 Apr 2020

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Caroline Overington's Great Australian Life

Great Australian Lives with Laura Turner

Laura Turner chats with Caroline Overington - Journalist, 2 time Walkley award winner and author of new book Missing William Tyrell. Caroline has been reporting on William Tyrrell's case for year for The Australian and her book is just one way of keeping William's story alive.


22 Mar 2020

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Caroline Overington

Writers at Stanton

The case of little William Tyrrell is one of Australia's most baffling and heartbreaking mysteries. He was playing hide-and-seek with his four-year-old sister in the garden of his grandmother's house when he disappeared, seemingly into thin air.

8 Mar 2020

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Caroline Overington: "There isn’t anything about it that I don’t love."

Tell Me What To Read

We chat with Caroline about her wildly addictive new thriller The Ones You Trust, plus the time one of her kids wandered off, the upsurge in Australian fiction, the complexities of writing and the pressures of always looking the part.Books mentioned in this podcast:The Ones You Trust by Caroline Overington —> https://bit.ly/2we1NrAHost: John PurcellGuest: Caroline Overington


16 Aug 2018

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Caroline Overington: The Early Bird Gets The Worm

I Don't Know How She Does It

Bestselling author and Walkley award-winning journalist Caroline Overington has interviewed many important one-named women in her life. Women like Oprah, Hilary and Ellen. She has been a foreign correspondent in New York and in Hollywood; raised twins, and has written twelve books, including some prize winners, all in just four hours a week. How does she do it? She shares with us her tips on study, friends, love, raising teens, and what to do if your little kid stumbles across porn. And her practical tips on working from home are some of the best we've heard. Show notes Your host is Alissa Warren With thanks to Caroline Overington. Her latest book is The Lucky One published by HarperCollins You can buy any book mentioned on our podcasts from iBooks at apple.co/mamamia, where you can also subscribe to all our other shows in one place. This podcast was produced by Kelly Glover for the Mamamia Podcast Network.  Executive Producer of Podcasts is Monique Bowley Head of Entertainment is Holly Wainwright. Please give this show a rating on iTunes and leave a review; it helps more people to find it! Let us know what you thought of this show or suggest another guest via email podcast@mamamia.com.au tweet us @mamamiapodcasts or join the conversation on facebook.Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


28 May 2017

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MURDER MAYHEM 06: Caroline Overington: journalist, thriller author; and true crime writer @overingtonc

Murder and Mayhem: Get inside the dark minds of the world’s top crime and thriller writers.

In 2010 Caroline published her first novel, Ghost Child. Since then she has written 11 books including her most recent a thriller called The One Who Got Away. We spoke to caroline after she published Place Like Home, a thriller set in the beachside suburb of Bondi. Early one morning a young Tanzanian man walks into a shopping centre. Strapped to his neck is a bomb and within minutes, he is locked in a shop with four hostages. The Murder and Mayhem podcast is brought to you by the course "How to Write About Murder". www MurderCourse.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


5 Aug 2016

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The Thriller: The One Who Got Away, Caroline Overington

Mamamia Book Club

It’s been dubbed 'The New Gone Girl'. A fast-paced female psychological thriller from an author who has twice won the Walkley award for investigative journalism. If you haven’t read this book, stop right there, thankyou very much. There is a big fat twist that we are busting to talk about it. Did it leave you throwing the book across the room, or throwing back a champers because you picked it a mile off? Does a book need to have likeable characters to be a good book? We’ll take a look at the plot devices and why this was quite a departure for Caroline Overington. Show notes: Your hosts are Monique Bowley and Jacqueline Lunn with Katy Hall. The One Who Got Away is published by Harper Collins Caroline Overington's facebook page is here Join the conversation on facebook Tell us what you thought via twitter @mamamiapodcasts Or email podcast@mamamia.com.au This show is part of the Mamamia Women’s NetworkSupport the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


30 Jul 2016