LBP Stories Podcast

Episode 40. Tony Brown

When Tony Brown separated from his wife of 18 years, he thought it would be amicable, and that he would be able to continue his relationship with his 3 daughters. But the truth was anything but, in what was a […]

Episode 39. Randall L. Murphy

Randall L. Murphy’s two children, Hannah and Ryan were taken by their mother to Canada under very unusual circumstances. Since then Randall has been fighting every legal battle he can to have them returned. He is also heavily involved in […]

Episode 37. FAQ’s

Just me this week, discussing some LBP related news and stories. Then I go through some frequently asked questions I’ve been asked over the years. Ranging from how I choose my guests for the show, my own personal story and […]

Episode 36 Noelle Hunter

In 2011 Noelle Hunter’s daughter Muna was taken by her father to the African nation of Mali. Noelle then fought an international tug of war to have Muna returned to her home in the U.S. Noelle is now very active […]

Episode 35. Michelle Littleton

   Michelle Littleton’s three children, ages 6, 13, 14, were taken to Lebanon by their father on Jan. 4, 2017. The father, Mazen Fawzi Matar, has refused to return the children, despite a federal kidnapping charge and a demand to return […]

Australian Podcast Awards.

LBP Stories is nominated in the Australian Podcast Awards in the ‘News And Current Affairs’ category. You can vote for it in the ‘popular vote’  by clicking the following link. Thanks

Episode 34. Barbie Hise

One year ago this week, Barbie Hise’s life changed, when her son Zander was abducted by his father to Malta. Barbie then fought and lobbied for her son’s return, and now campaigns to try to raise awareness and prevent further […]

Episode 33. Alec Baldwin (sort of) and Me.

Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin, is possibly the most high profile Parental Alienation awareness advocate, having personally been alienated from his daughter Ireland. I doubt I’ll ever be able to actually be able to interview him for my show, but I […]