The presenter, producers and contributors of one of the most successful podcasts of recent years will discuss the making of ‘Where Is George Gibney?’ for one night only with all proceeds of the event going to One In Four
 Where Is George Gibney? is a ten-part investigative podcast produced by BBC Sounds and Irish production company Second Captains. The series centred on the survivors of sexual abuse by George Gibney, the Irish Olympic swimming coach in the eighties and nineties, and it became one of the most impactful pieces of journalism of recent years; many new survivors came forward to tell their story, a fresh Garda investigation was launched into the case, and the podcast has been downloaded millions of times in over 160 countries.
The series has also achieved worldwide critical acclaim winning a Banff World Media Award in Canada, a Prix Europa Special Commendation, a Webby Award in the US, a British Podcast Award in the UK, three golds at the New York Festival Radio Awards, the overall prize at the Justice Media Awards in Ireland, as well as earning widespread international coverage in the likes of the The New York Times and The Guardian.
Mark Horgan, co-producer and co-writer of the podcast ‘Where Is George Gibney?’ said:
"I became aware first hand of the crucial work done by One In Four during the production of ‘Where Is George Gibney?’ and it’s our honour to help raise funds to deliver counselling to survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Many people who listened to the series got in touch to ask what they could do to show solidarity with survivors; being there in person on April 20th at the National Concert Hall, or donating to One In Four, are great ways to show your support.”
Maeve Lewis, CEO of One In Four said:
"The 'Where is George Gibney?' podcast encouraged many survivors to reach out for help and we are delighted that One in Four was able to support them.  We are very grateful to the Second Captains team for undertaking such an important but challenging project.  It has made a real difference to many survivors' lives and has raised awareness around the world about the terrible consequences of child sexual abuse. The demand for our services is very high and we have a long waiting list. The proceeds from this night at the Concert Hall will allow us to provide extra counselling sessions and reduce waiting times"
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