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The Danny and Park Novels Good News Podcast

The Danny and Park Novels Good News Podcast

A podcast created by a retired Homicide detective who's tired of all the negativity and hatred pushed by the media. Instead of promoting divisiveness and anger, this podcast promotes good news and people standing together in unity.

Recent Episodes

Stacey Davenport - Chesterfield Commonwealth Attorney

Jan. 26, 2022

Welcome back to the podcast, I’m Jamie Baynes. Today’s guest is Chesterfield’s Commonwealth Attorney, Stacey Davenport. Stacey is the first female Commonwealth Attorney in Chesterfield County’s history and she got her start …

Emily and PJ: Emily's Bracelets

Jan. 23, 2022

Welcome back to the podcast, I’m Jamie Baynes. Today’s guest is PJ Morrissey. I was working an off-duty job when a guy approached me and gave me a bead bracelet with a thin blue line color pattern. He told me about the speci…

Black on Black Crime: A Panel Discussion

Jan. 21, 2022

Welcome back to the podcast, I’m Jamie Baynes. For today’s episode, I’ve invited back four past guests to talk about an issue that’s impacting the lives of people not only in Richmond, but nationwide: Black on Black crime. T…

David L. Robbins - Author, Professor and Richmonder

Jan. 19, 2022

Today’s guest is bestselling author and Richmond native, David L. Robbins. David’s first novel, War of the Rats, was an incredible book about the battle of Stalingrad during World War ll. David went on from there to write a…

Mike Herring - More Hands on the Oar

Jan. 12, 2022

Todays’s guest is Mike Herring, the former Commonwealth Attorney for the City of Richmond. Mike did two stints as a prosecutor in the city. The first time as an assistant commonwealth attorney, specializing in drug prosecuti…

Michael Cordell - Author and Screenwriter

Jan. 5, 2022

Today’s guest is Charlottesville author and screenwriter Michael Cordell. I was on Michael’s email list and he asked me to review a newly released novel he wrote: Our Trespasses. It sounded like an interesting read, so I ch…