Hosted By: Rabia Chaudry and Ellyn Marsh
Rabia and Ellyn Solve the Case is a true crime podcast hosted by Rabia Chaudry and Ellyn Marsh. Each episode, they break down a different true crime case, sharing their insights and theories with listeners.
Rabia and Ellyn Solve the Case Podcast Host:
Rabia Chaudry is a lawyer, activist, and podcaster. She is known for her work on the Adnan Syed case, which was chronicled in the podcast Serial. Chaudry is also a co-host of the popular true crime podcast Undisclosed. She is a passionate advocate for criminal justice reform and has spoken out about the Innocence Project and other organizations that work to exonerate the wrongfully convicted.
Ellyn Marsh is a Broadway actress and comedian. She is best known for her roles in the musicals Wicked and Legally Blonde. Marsh is also a regular performer at the Comedy Cellar in New York City. She is a witty and insightful commentator on pop culture and current events.
Praise from Listeners*:
- Host Chemistry: Listeners love the banter and camaraderie between Rabia and Ellyn. They have a lot of respect for each other’s expertise and they genuinely enjoy each other’s company and it shows.
- Unique Perspectives: Rabia and Ellyn come from very different backgrounds, which gives them unique perspectives on the cases they discuss. Rabia’s legal expertise and Ellyn’s comedic wit make for a well-rounded and informative podcast for listeners.
- Challenging the Status Quo: Rabia and Ellyn are not afraid to challenge the status quo or to offer their own theories on the cases they discuss. Listeners appreciate the fact that they are always respectful of the victims and their families, but they are not afraid to ask tough questions and to hold the powerful accountable.
- Lighthearted approach: This podcast has a more casual vibe, which listeners really enjoy from the hosts.
Criticisms from Listeners*:
- Bias: Some listeners have mentioned that they feel that Rabia and Ellyn are too biased in favor of their own theories. Rabia and Ellyn have addressed some of these criticisms in interviews and on social media, saying that they are always trying to be as objective as possible, but that they are also human and that they have their own opinions and beliefs. They have also said that they are always open to feedback and that they are always trying to improve their podcast.
- Sensitivity: Listeners have mentioned feeling that Rabia and Ellyn have made insensitive jokes about the cases they’re discussing, which felt inappropriate, especially with the subject matter at hand.
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