Dirty Deeds Podcast

Credit: OCCRP
Published: September 11, 2023

Are you ready to venture into the shadows? Dirty Deeds: Tales of Global Crime & Corruption is a gripping podcast that delves deep into the realm of investigative journalism, unraveling hidden stories of jaw-dropping fraud and deceit.

Every other week, we'll bring you reporting from some of OCCRP's most important investigations, showcasing the work of our worldwide network of journalists who cross borders — and bad guys — to shine a bright light on some of the world’s most dangerous criminal networks. We’ll travel the globe from the oil fields of Venezuela to the rosewood forests of Namibia to the steppes of Central Asia. And don’t forget the posh London real estate where much of the dirty cash ends up. These are the inside stories of how the powerful, unscrupulous, and well-connected can acquire unimaginable wealth — and of what it takes to expose them.

Dirty Deeds is hosted by award-winning journalist and broadcaster Nick Wallis. Follow OCCRP on X, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn to get the latest updates.

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The Episodes

Episode 2: The Beirut Blast - The Events That Led to the Lebanon Port Explosion

In August 2020 an explosion tore through the Lebanese capital city of Beirut, killing more than 200 people. In the demand for answers and justice, OCCRP journalists activated their global network to unravel the opaque web of secrecy behind its cause.

26 Sept 2023 Read more

Episode 1: How Azerbaijan’s Ruling Family Launder Their Millions

12 Sept 2023 Read more

Podcast Credits

Dirty Deeds: Tales of Global Crime & Corruption is a Little Gem production for the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project.

Host: Nick Wallis

Producer: Lindsay Riley at Rethink Audio, with research from Phoebe Adler-Ryan and Riham Moussa

Design: James O’Brien

Promotion: Kathlyn Clore and Samuel Brooke

Web: Mark Nightingale

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