“She started the car. I remember hearing some music coming from it. And then I heard the explosion. I mean, it felt like seconds later, but it must have been minutes. It was so loud. I just jumped out of my chair, because it, it couldn’t have been a firework. It was too loud to be a firework … I immediately had the sense that this is something bad.”
In the fourth episode of ARTICLE 19’s podcast series ‘Silenced’, Nicola Kelly speaks to journalist Matthew Caruana Galizia about the day his mother Daphne was murdered, his fight for justice, and his determination to continue her work exposing corruption among some of Malta’s most powerful individuals.
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In the third episode of ARTICLE 19’s podcast series ‘Silenced’, Nicola Kelly speaks to Maria Baronova, until recently Editor of ‘RT’ (formerly ‘Russia Today’) about her years as a well-known opposition activist and the threats, intimidation and attacks she faced.
In the second podcast of the series, Ukrainian journalist Olga Tokariuk describes the threats facing journalists covering the invasion; efforts to ensure a free media space and get impartial information out to the world;
For the launch of ‘Silenced’, Nicola Kelly spoke to Richard Ratcliffe, campaigner and husband of British-Iranian charity worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, in one of the last interviews before his wife’s release.
‘Silenced’ is hosted by human rights journalist Nicola Kelly and produced by Christopher Hooton at Ziggurat Studio. Music is by Julian Wharton and sound design by Rick Morris.