A companion podcast to the book "Jackie" by Paul Brandus

Everyone knows Jackie Kennedy Onassis was married to two of the 20th century’s most powerful men, but lesser known are the five incredible years between those marriages when she was on her own.

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Episode 6: A New Love

Election night 1964 was a huge landslide for Lyndon Johnson as the Kennedy White House receded further into the rear view mirror. As Jackie settled further into her life in New York, she was determine to stay out of the limelight. This, in essence was her philosophy as she strove to get on with life and forget about her painful past.

This podcast is a companion to Paul Brandus's new book, "Jackie: Her Transformation from First Lady to Jackie O," now available in stores and online.

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Episode 5: Farewell to All That

From First Lady to Jackie O
Jackie decides to flee DC and its now painful memories for her hometown of New York City.
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Episode 4: Jackie's Private Hell

From First Lady to Jackie O
Jacqueline Kennedy’s private hell: the endless loop of crying, drinking, the nightmares, reliving those fateful seconds in Dallas, hearing the fatal shot over and over in her mind...
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Episode 3: The Dark, Lonely Winter

From First Lady to Jackie O
The Kennedy era began with such high hopes— no one could have predicted that it would have ended with Jackie burying two of her four children alongside their murdered father.
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Episode 2: There Will Never Be Another Camelot

From First Lady to Jackie O
Jackie Kennedy had her own idea of what her husband's legacy should be— so she took matters into her own hands.
Listen to Episode 2: There Will Never Be Another Camelot

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