Making Contact, is an award-winning 29-minute weekly magazine/documentary-style public affairs program heard on 140 radio stations.
In times of fast-paced change and challenge, how do we hold onto our humanity? Each week, public radio's award-winning Humankind presents the stories of doers and dreamers who strive to make our planet a more humane and livable place. Through David...
Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we've just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible (99 Percent Invisible) is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer...
Re:sound is a remix of music, documentaries, found sound, sound bites, and little audio surprises we find all over the world.
Innovative and thought-provoking features that make adventurous use of sound and explore a wide variety of subjects. Made by leading radio producers.
From APM Reports, the Educate podcast (formerly American RadioWorks) is a weekly program about ideas and research in education.
This is the kind of question posed on Profiles. Beyond the public image, Profiles lets the listener get to know the person behind the persona, the substance behind the image.
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Unfictional highlights the work of radio producers around the country, including short documentaries and compelling stories. It's radio designed to grab the listeners' attention and keep it. It's all part of KCRW's initiative to promote the work of...
Join us for a curated presentation of special programs from public radio producers across the country. Specials air every weekend - Saturdays at 6AM on 93.9 FM and 2PM on AM 820. Sundays at 8PM on AM 820 and at other times as scheduled.
Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
The most compelling and creative audio documentaries and features produced worldwide, including episodes of the Third Coast Festival's "Re:sound" and audio treats such as producer profiles and more experimental work.
Every week, WNYC tells you about the best documentaries as they become available on screens of any size. Our hosts are Thom Powers and Raphaela Neihausen, co-founders of the Pure Nonfiction podcast and the DOC NYC festival, the largest non-fiction...
Thinking persons' radio! A weekly radio show for the seriously curious. Interviews and features on science, philosophy, art, music, culture and real-life stories, from Nobel laureates to prison inmates.
Radio Diaries works with people to document their own lives for public radio: teenagers, seniors, prison inmates and others whose voices are rarely heard. We help people share their stories—and their lives—in their own words, creating documentaries...
In-depth documentaries which each week explore a different aspect of history, science, philosophy, film, visual arts and literature. The Sunday Feature is broadcast every Sunday at 7.45pm on BBC Radio 3. Each episode lasts 45 minutes. We aim to...
The World in Words is a podcast about languages and the people who speak them. What happens to the brain on bilingualism? Does it matter that so many languages are dying out? Should we fear the rise of global English? Is the United States losing its...
Thought provoking journalism on air and online. FRONTLINE presents audio versions of select full-length episodes for listening on the go.
For the 2010 Third Coast Festival ShortDocs Challenge - Book Odds - we teamed up with The Books and chose eight audio samples and four song titles from their record The Way Out. Then we issued an open call to "make radio" - short audio stories...
The documentary unit of APM Reports (formerly American RadioWorks) has produced more than 130 programs on topics such as health, history, education and justice.
Explosions and smoke-filled tunnels. Frustrated riders and epic commutes. This is the new normal on Washington’s Metro. Metropocalypse, a weekly podcast from WAMU 88.5, explores the unprecedented plan to rebuild tracks and re-engineer culture on the...
The Kitchen Sisters Present… Stories from the b-side of history. Lost recordings, hidden worlds, people possessed by a sound, a vision, a mission. The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music. From...
Available Early April! Brought to you by the editors of Outside, this podcast aims to apply the magazine’s long-standing literary storytelling methods to the audio realm. Each episode is either prompted by a feature from the archives or simply...
The Documentary Life is a show that sets out to inspire and inform documentary filmmakers on how to best live and lead their own doc lives.
PRX is a non-profit media company specializing in audio journalism and storytelling.
Free podcast of the award-winning public radio show State of the Re:Union. Each episode of SOTRU, host Al Letson travels to a new community to tell stories about the people who are doing extraordinary work to help each other, to engage their...
Are you Hearing Voices? Well, you ain't heard nuthin' yet. Hearing Voices from NPR is a weekly sixty-minute stream of "driveway moments" all connected by a theme; the best stories, sound-portraits, slam poets, docs, dramas, features, and found-sound.
Exploring history, news and culture, Soundprint is one of the longest running public radio documentary series.
Revealing investigations. Fascinating characters. Stories with impact. CNN Presents features long-form, investigative reports and documentaries. Nods to documentary film festivals.
Clare Balding joins notable and interesting people for a walk through the countryside
Public Radio produces many great programs that have just a few episodes a year: Intelligence Squared U.S., America Abroad, This Land Radio and KGOU's student-produced show Assignment: Radio. This is their time slot.
The program showcasing a wider variety of personalities, from Sarah Jessica Parker to Osama bin Laden to Jay-Z.
Oral histories: Ordinary folks, extraordinary circumstances.
A special program of calls from March and April, 1965. The war in Vietnam dominates many of these calls between LBJ, White House Press Secretary George Reedy and members of the media. Topics include LBJ’s relationship with the press and the Treasury...
Gospel music historian Bob Marovich explores the vibrant history of black gospel music through vintage recordings and conversations with the genre's legends and pioneers.
Biography in Sound first aired on Winston Churchill’s 80th birthday, November 30, 1954. This first show was created as a single-broadcast radio biography of Churchill. Joseph O
43 guns, 43 toddlers, 43 episodes. A Podcast Opera about gun violence in America.
Bob is an Emmy and Telly award-winning producer with 20 years experience producing series and documentaries for television and radio. Program aired on Saturdays 6am - 9am
These are the stories of the 99%. It is a chance for those who feel that the American economic and political system is no longer addressing their needs to air their grievances.
Host Arun Rath takes listeners behind-the-scenes of PBS's award-winning public affairs series FRONTLINE, with producer interviews, sneak previews of upcoming reports, and timely discussions with today's top newsmakers.
Janie’s Daughters is a podcastumentary that follows the adventures and antics of five women of color in different stages of life, as they navigate the daily challenges of marriage, career, sex, family, faith, and everything in between. We’re...
BBC Radio Scotland joins BBC Radio 5 live.
In-depth interviews with hard-hitting questions and sensitive topics being covered as famous personalities from all walks of life talk about the highs and lows in their lives.
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