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This Audio Drama Podcast Is Set To Become Australia’s Biggest Whodunnit

A teenage girl leaves her boyfriend’s house and is never seen again…​ ever. 

She could be your daughter, your sister, your best friend. It could happen in your street.  

The story of Lizzie Burdett’s mysterious disappearance, and the secrets of those in the community around her, is baffling. It’s also the subject of a new six-part LiSTNR original audio drama podcast series called You Don’t Know Me

Listen to Episode 1:

It’s the sort of case you couldn’t make up – but the thing is, it is! Adapted from a novel by award-winning Australian crime writer Sara FosterYou Don’t Know Me is a dark and brooding fictional podcast series set in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, with unseen twists as each episode focuses on a different potential suspect that allows the listener to immerse themselves as an ‘armchair detective’. 

It’s Big Little Lies meets Agatha Christie, and family drama meets crime-thriller, in a compelling all-new immersive audio-storytelling format. True crime fans, conspiracy theorists and whodunnit chasers will love how each episode reveals new evidence, backstories and motives in this thrilling, edge-of-your-seat series that will take over water cooler chatter, listening clubs and WhatsApp groups across the country. 

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If Glass Onion reimagined whodunnit movies, then You Don’t Know Me will revolutionise the audio genre. 

Here’s What We Know:

Lizzie leaves her boyfriend’s house and is never seen again. Her boyfriend, Tom Caruso, fled town soon after her disappearance. No charges were laid, and the case went cold. Eight years later, Lizzie’s family demands Tom returns for a coroner’s inquest that is being held to find answers to her disappearance, because someone knows something…​ someone always knows something.

How To Listen:

The first four episodes are live now on LiSTNR, with new episodes dropping every Wednesday.​ 

You Don’t Know Me is a co-production with Bryden Media.

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