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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jill Meagher. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jill Meagher, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jill Meagher. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jill Meagher, often where they are interviewed.

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MEURTRE : Jill Meagher

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Le vendredi 21 septembre 2012, Jill Meagher quitte son travail après une longue semaine et sort passer la nuit dans plusieurs bars et pubs avec des amis de travail. Mais cette nuit-là, il y avait aussi un prédateur dans les rues. 
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Le vendredi 21 septembre 2012, Jill Meagher quitte son travail après une longue semaine et sort passer la nuit dans plusieurs bars et pubs avec des amis de travail. Mais cette nuit-là, il y avait aussi un prédateur dans les rues. 

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Sep 16 2019 · 23mins
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The Murder of Jill Meagher

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Jill Meagher was a 29-year-old woman who was raped and murdered while walking home from Bar Etiquette in Brunswick, Victoria, in the early hours of the Saturday 22nd of September, 2012.


Jill was initially considered a missing person when she didn’t return home to her husband, Tom Meagher. The pair, who were originally from Ireland, lived in an apartment in Lux Way, Brunswick. It soon became a murder investigation when Jill’s handbag was discovered in an alleyway not far from home near where she’d last been seen, and CCTV footage from the local Duchess Boutique clothing store showed Jill talking with a man wearing a blue hoodie.


Join Shaun and Chloe as they discuss the details of a crime that stunned Australia. We talk about Jill, who she was, and what she meant to so many people, the police investigation, and the violent criminal who took her life: Adrian Ernest Bayley.


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This episode was produced by True Blue Media using the open source materials referenced below: 


  1. 'Evil in a Blue Hoodie' by Joe St John
  2. 'Conviction: The Jill Meagher Story'
  3. Mens Rea: A True Crime Podcast, episode 35 - The murder of Jill Meagher and the serial sex crimes of Adrian Bayley. Check out this awesome podcast by our friend, Sinead.
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Apr 07 2019 · 1hr 10mins

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35 - The murder of Jill Meagher & the serial sex crimes of Adrian Bayley

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On Friday the 22nd September 2012, Jill Meagher left work after a long week and went out for a night on the town in her adopted home of Melbourne, Australia. She spent the evening in a number of bars and pubs with work friends.

But that night, there was a predator out on the streets too. One who had spent nearly a decade in prison for violent assaults and rape, and was still on parole and bail. Because of him, Jill would never make it home that night.
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Quinn’s Song: The Dance Begins by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=5QbRGBMvk-8 – CCTV footage 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCdrma5QWNk – Boutique CCTV footage 

Sean Dunne, “Jill Meagher killer Adrian Bayley stabbed in prison” in The Irish Timeshttps://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/jill-meagher-killer-adrian-bayley-stabbed-in-prison-1.3205995 (1 September 2017) 

“New details emerge about Bayley's past” in The Irish Timeshttps://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/new-details-emerge-about-bayley-s-past-1.1435075 (19 June 2013) 

Michelle Hennessy, “Jill Meagher murderer has sentence cut by three years” in TheJournal.iehttps://www.thejournal.ie/adrian-bayley-sentence-cut-2875832-Jul2016/ (13 July 2016) 

Peter Greogory, “When a fair trial could be at risk, supression is the order of the day” in TheConversation.comhttp://theconversation.com/when-a-fair-trial-could-be-at-risk-suppression-is-the-order-of-the-day-109181 (21 December 2018) 

Mark Pearson, “You wouldn't read about it: Adrian Bayley rape trials expose flaw in suppression orders” in TheConversation.comhttps://theconversation.com/you-wouldnt-read-about-it-adrian-bayley-rape-trials-expose-flaw-in-suppression-orders-39375 (27 March 2015) 

“Adrian Bayley's minimum prison term extended by 10 years over three rape convictions” from ABC.net.auhttps://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-05-28/adrian-bayley-minimum-prison-term-extended-10-years-over-rapes/6502986 (28 May 2015) 

Loretta Florance and Peta Carlyon, “Adrian Bayley told young victim he was 'one of those bad guys' before raping her, court hears” from ABC.net.auhttps://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-03-26/adrian-bayley-told-young-victim-he-was-one-of-those-bad-guys/6341230 (26 March 2015) 

Loretta Florance, Peta Carlyon and staff, “Adrain Bayley told victim she should have 'spotter or pimp' to protect her” from ABC.net.auhttps://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-03-26/adrian-bayley-told-victim-she-needed-pimp-or-spotter/6342150 (26 March 2015) 

Loretta Florance and Peta Carlyon, “Dutch backpacker convinced Adrain Bayley to drive her home after rape with promise not to go to police” from ABC.net.auhttps://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-03-26/dutch-backpacker-convinced-adrian-bayley-to-take-her-home/6342936 (26 March 2015) 

“Bayley gets longer sentence after new convictions” from RTE.ie https://www.rte.ie/news/2015/0528/704313-adrian-bayley/ (28 May 2015) 

Mark Russell, “Timeline: the dark past of Adrian Bayley” in The Agehttps://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/timeline-the-dark-past-of-adrian-bayley-20150320-1m3sda.html (20 March 2015) 

John Silvester, “Conviction: How police caught Jill Meagher's killer” in The Agehttps://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/convicted-how-police-caught-jill-meaghers-killer-20160914-grg666.html (16 September 2016) 

Elaine Edwards, “Jill Meagher's killer 'may have been misidentified' in rape case” in The Irish Timeshttps://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/jill-meagher-s-killer-may-have-been-misidentified-in-rape-case-1.2566547 (9 March 2016) 

"Beast who raped and murdered Irish woman on way home launched stunning bid for early release” in The Mirror https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/jill-meagher-killer-adrian-bayley-6359055 (1 September 2015) 

Joel Cresswell, “Jill Meagher killer Adrain Bayley guilty of three rapes” in Illawarra Mercury https://www.illawarramercury.com.au/story/2971208/jill-meagher-killer-guilty-of-three-rapes/ (26 March 2015) 

Naaman Zhou, “Suppression orders in Australia: why you can't read what you may want to” in The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/law/2018/dec/14/suppression-orders-australia-why-you-cant-read-what-you-may-want-to (14 December 2018) 

Candace Sutton, “Shadowed by a killer: Jill Meagher's final walk” from News.com.auhttps://www.news.com.au/national/victoria/shadowed-by-a-killer-jill-meaghers-final-walk/news-story/ebe461b014086b7a31c6c8d47d5ee0cf (4 May 2017) 

Huda Hayek, “What we know: Facts about the Jill Meagher case” in The Herald Sunhttps://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/law-order/what-we-know-facts-about-the-jill-meagher-case/news-story/578e4a9343f7ba20b9c04aefce6659a5 (24 September 2012) 

Conviction: The Jill Meagher Story ABC (2016) 

Joe St John, Evil in a Blue Hoodie (Sydney: New Holland, 2014)
Feb 17 2019 · 1hr 16mins
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Jill Meagher

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Jill Meagher was a 29 year old Irish woman living in Melbourne with her husband, Tom. She was a bright, funny, loving young woman, who worked for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. On the 21st of September 2012, Jill went to a bar on Sydney Road in Brunswick with some colleagues. She left around 1:30am, to walk the few blocks back to her home and her husband.

She never made it home. When her husband awoke to find her missing, he immediately contacted the police.

What followed was a fast and efficient investigation, helped along by the discovery of CCTV footage featuring Jill and a man in a blue sweatshirt on Sydney Road. The man in the blue sweatshirt was quickly identified as Adrian Ernest Bayley, a man who was on parole after serving time for a series of rapes.

In this episode, we discuss Adrian Ernest Bayley’s shocking criminal history, the impact that Jill’s death has had on the Australian public, and also, Ellen cries. A lot.

Jill Meagher was a young woman with her whole life ahead of her. The impact her violent and brutal murder had on her family and her husband Tom cannot be overstated. This case is one of the most well-known in Australia, and it inspired a wave of grief and anger in the Australian public. Thousands of people took to the streets to Reclaim the Night after Jill's murder. Jill's death demonstrated once again to Australian women that even if you do everything right, even if you're only a few blocks away from your house, even if you're talking to someone on the phone, you aren't safe. The community was enraged that someone with such a disturbing and violent criminal past could be released from prison, especially considering the miniscule sentence Bayley was served with for his past crimes.


Jill’s husband Tom continues to speak out about violence against women and toxic masculinity. You can read his amazing article, The Danger of the Monster Myth, on the White Ribbon Ireland’s blog here https://whiteribbonblog.com/2014/04/17/the-danger-of-the-monster-myth/


Youcan watch the documentary Conviction: The Jill Meagher Story on Netflix here https://www.netflix.com/title/80193756


Read Tom Meagher’s letter to Jill here https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/real-life/i-carry-the-scars-of-jills-death-because-thats-how-i-remember-to-carry-her-light-inside-me/news-story/1dd1d132143a65a33a7387cbae153256


The victim impact statements from the trial can be found here if you’re keen for a weep https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/jill-meagher-murder-the-victim-impact-statements-20130612-2o3ih.html


To read more about Adrian Ernest Bayley, go here https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/timeline-the-dark-past-of-adrian-bayley-20150320-1m3sda.html

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Dec 16 2018 · 55mins

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Jill Meagher’s Last Day

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29-year old Jill Meagher was going about her daily life on September 22, 2012 when a man with a lengthy criminal record took it all away from her. That night, she had gone out with some friends after work for drinks. On the short walk back to her apartment, she encountered serial rapist Adrian Bayley.

CCTV would capture Bayley approaching Jill on the street at 1:40am. She had her mobile phone in her hand. His face was obscured by the blue hoodie he was wearing. When Jill didn’t make it home that night, her husband began to search for her, eventually contacting the police. She was officially a missing person at that point, but soon the awful truth would become clear: Jill had been brutally assaulted and murdered by a repeat offender out on parole.

On top of the horror of Jill Meagher’s rape and murder at the hands of Adrian Bayley, one other disturbing fact was exposed: the state’s parole system was broken. How could a man found guilty of 20 rapes in a 23-year time span be allowed to roam the streets of Melbourne’s suburbs after smashing the jaw of another man while on parole?

At the time of Jill’s murder, Bayley was on parole after serving eight years in jail for 16 counts of rape against five women. He had already served time before for rapes committed from the time he was just 18. It made the tragedy of Jill’s murder even more senseless.

At the quiet end today, we’re talking about a beautiful person whose life was violently taken by an evil, repeat offender. Jill spent her last day doing what many of us do—working in a job she loved, enjoying a few drinks in the company of friends, and making her way home on a well-traveled street just blocks from her home. So, what went wrong?

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Aug 04 2018 · 1hr 32mins
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Jill Meagher's Last Day

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29-year old Jill Meagher was going about her daily life on September 22, 2012 when a man with a lengthy criminal record took it all away from her. That night, she had gone out with some friends after work for drinks. On the short walk back to her apartment, she encountered serial rapist Adrian Bayley. […]
Aug 04 2018 · 1hr 28mins
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The Murder Of Jill Meagher

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Today we are talking about a case that shook Australia in 2012. A 29 year old woman disappeared and left the women of Melbourne all thinking, that could have been me.    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/truecrimesisters/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/truecrimesister Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/truecrimesisters/ Website: https://truecrimesisters.wordpress.com/   Support us: https://www.patreon.com/truecrimesisters   Find us on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/true-crime-sisters/id1247060969?mt=2   Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/wwwstitchercompodcasttruecrimesisters/true-crime-sisters   Intro Music: Mattia Cupelli (https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/mattia-cupelli/id650088758)   Or wherever you listen to podcasts...
Aug 12 2017 · 34mins