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Custer's Revenge

Custer's Revenge is widely considered one of the worst video games ever made. Originally released as part of a series of Swedish Erotica-branded adult games for the Atari 2600, Custer's Revenge involves moving a pixelated General Custer across the screen to rape an Indigenous woman tied to a post. It's unfathomably racist, sexist, and un-fun to play. Today on Decoder Ring we tell the story of how Custer's Revenge came to be, the people who protested it, and the even stranger story of how the whole thing became a considered trolling operation. This is the final episode of our current season, but we'll be back in 2022.
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Note: This episode has been edited to correct a misstatement about Women Against Pornography's aims. The group did not advocate the banning of pornography.
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Freakonomics Radio

Freakonomics Radio + Stitcher

491. Why Is Everyone Moving to Dallas?

When Stephen Dubner learned that Dallas–Fort Worth will soon overtake Chicago as the third-biggest metro area in the U.S., he got on a plane to find out why. Despite getting stood up by the mayor, nearly drowning on a highway, and eating way too much barbecue, he came away impressed. (Part 1 of 2 — because even podcasts are bigger in Texas.)

Trapped in Treatment


Trapped In Treatment is a new docu-style podcast series from Paris Hilton, London Audio, iHeartMedia, and Warner Bros. Unscripted Television in association with Telepictures, that will examine and expose the dark secrets of the “Troubled Teen Industry.” Beginning with Provo Canyon School, each season will focus on the story of one youth treatment facility, its survivors, and the traumatizing abuse at the hands of their captors. Hosted by Caroline Cole and Rebecca Mellinger, Trapped in Treatment weaves together personal accounts with historical detail and expert opinions to shine a light on what really happens at behavior modification centers and how this billion-dollar industry has flourished for so long.


WNYC Studios

The First Radiolab

Jad started Radiolab roughly 20 years ago. And now he is stepping aside from hosting and producing the show to replenish, to think, to rock in his chair and be with his kids and wife, and maybe make some music. The news has been all over twitter and there’s a letter from Jad and our hosts Latif and Lulu on the website. But in this episode, Jad talks through his decision to leave and the future of the show with Lulu and Latif. And then, as a parting gift, we play him the very first episode of Radiolab (“The Radio Lab” as he called it then). He tells us about biking the CDs over the Brooklyn bridge just before the show was supposed to air, reading the news and weather between segments, and then we just sit back together and listen to where it all began.
Jad, for those of us who have been radically changed by the thing you put out into the world, we are both sad to lose you in our ears and endlessly grateful for what you’ve given us.

The Shrink Next Door

Wondery | Bloomberg

How Michael Showalter Translated the Podcast to the TV Screen | 13

Between a global pandemic and filming the entire TV series in Los Angeles, Michael Showalter talks about the challenges he faced in bringing the podcast to the television screen and how his own experience in therapy sparked his initial interest in Marty and Ike's story.The Shrink Next Door is now an Apple Original series, starring Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd. Watch now only on Apple TV+ Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Collapse: Disaster in Surfside

Treefort Media & Miami Herald

In the middle of the night on June 24, 2021, a 13-story section of the Champlain Towers South condominium complex roared to the ground, killing 98 people in Surfside, Florida.  Collapse: Disaster in Surfside is a 12-part investigative and narrative reporting project; a co-production of the Miami Herald and Treefort Media.  We’re talking with survivors, witnesses, experts, first responders, and journalists, to get the whole story of Surfside. How the building went up, and why it went down. We’re piecing together 911 calls, police body camera recordings, surveillance footage, and forensic engineers digging deep into the evidence to find the truth.  What went wrong? Who’s going to be held accountable? Could something like Surfside happen again? We’re looking for answers. And we’re meeting the people who called it home. We’re getting the stories of the lives lived and lost there. All this and more through the reporting of the Miami Herald, its partners, and host Paul Beban.  Coming in January 2022.

The Experiment

The Atlantic and WNYC Studios

In Between Pro-life and Pro-choice

Rebecca Shrader had always thought that abortion was morally wrong. As a devout Baptist Christian, she volunteered at a clinic designed to discourage women from getting abortions. And when she got pregnant for the first time, she knew she would carry the baby to term, no matter what. 
But when Rebecca’s pregnancy didn’t go as planned, she started to question everything she had always believed about abortions, and about the people who choose to have them.
This episode of The Experiment was reported by Emma Green in collaboration with This American Life, and originally aired as a part of This American Life’s episode “But I Did Everything Right.” 
Further reading: “The Dishonesty of the Abortion Debate,” “What Roe Could Take Down With It,” “The Court Invites an Era of Constitutional Chaos”
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Dirty John

Los Angeles Times | Wondery

Bonus Episode: Inside the TV Series "Dirty John" Part 3

In the last of three special episodes, Alexandra Cunningham, showrunner of the new Bravo series, offers insight into how she approached the writing of the show and its titular psychopath. Jeffrey Reiner, who directed all eight episodes, discusses the creative team’s ambition to transcend the conventions of a traditional thriller.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Sorry About The Kid

CBC Podcasts

How do you forget your favourite person in the world? Alex remembers everything about the day a speeding police car killed his brother. But his brother, alive? Those memories are lost. And now, 30 years later, Alex wants them back. In this emotional four-part series, Alex unearths his childhood grief — with help from family, friends, and a therapist who witnessed his brother’s death. What happens when trauma and memory collide? Sorry About The Kid is a deeply personal meditation on the losses that define us. Hosted by Alex McKinnon. Produced with Mira Burt-Wintonick (WireTap, Love Me).

ChannelB پادکست فارسی

Ali Bandari

هفتاد و نه - سریال منچستر1975 قسمت چهارم (آخر) ؛ دو قربانی

متن و روایت: علی بندری  تدوین: امید صدیق‌فر طراح پوستر: مجید آب‌پرور موسیقی: پیمان عرب زاده اینستاگرام چنل‌بی مجله چنل‌بی اسپانسرهای این اپیزود: فیدی پلاس قهوه دیسترو منابع پادکست

Bad Batch


Introducing: Operator

During the 1-900 number craze of the Nineties, one company provided the vast majority of phone sex. American Telnet was an empire founded by the man who called himself “The Telephone Pimp.” He ran the company “like General Motors” and got filthy rich doing it. But for the (mostly) women who answered the calls and delivered fantasies 24-7, it was a different story. The powerful stigma against sex work was always lurking just beneath the surface, until it threatened to tear apart the whole company. Hosted by Tina Horn (Why Are People Into That?), OPERATOR is an eight-part series about big ambitions, Shakespearean-level corporate backstabbing, men and women at the cutting edge of a technological revolution...and on the front lines of a sexual one.Listen to Operator at Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People

Guy Kawasaki

Marc Benioff: Founder and CEO of Salesforce, Owner of TIME Magazine, and Philanthropist

You don't want to miss this episode of Remarkable People with Marc Benioff, CEO and Founder of Salesforce. He's also the author of the NYT best-selling book Trailblazer: The Power of Business as the Greatest Platform for Change and a world-class philanthropist having joined Giving Pledge in 2016.

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The Improvement Association

Serial Productions & The New York Times

Chapter Five: ‘Democrat, Republican, White, Black, Green’

The Improvement Association PAC’s power in the county is threatened when an unlikely candidate enters the race for county commissioner. Plenty of people outside the PAC now have their own ideas about how to build Black political power here. Zoe examines what this election could mean for the PAC’s future. 

Radio Ambulante


Que Dios nos ayude

Cuatro palabras que cambiarían un país para siempre.El 8 de agosto de 1990, Juan Carlos Hurtado Miller, presidente del Consejo de Ministros y ministro de Economía del recién inaugurado gobierno de Alberto Fujimori, apareció en televisión anunciando un gran incremento de los precios de los productos "de primera necesidad". Con esta noticia, miles de peruanos cayeron en la pobreza. A esto se le conoció como el "Fujishock" y formaba parte de una serie de medidas económicas que transformarían al Perú... hasta hoy. ⇣En nuestro sitio web puedes encontrar una transcripción del episodio. Or you can also check this English translation. ⇣Únete a Deambulantes. Con tu apoyo podremos seguir contando las historias que merecen ser contadas. Suscríbete a nuestro boletín. Es nuestro lugar favorito para estar en contacto con nuestra comunidad. Recibe todos los martes un correo con el nuevo episodio de Radio Ambulante y otro todos los viernes con cinco r

The Paranormal Podcast

Jim Harold

Roswell - The After Action Report - Paranormal Podcast 709

Author Greg Lawson looks at the Roswell case in a new way, from the viewpoint of a veteran law enforcement officer. We talk about what he found on this edition of The Paranormal Podcast. You can find his book on the subject at Amazon: Roswell: The After Action Report Thanks Greg! -MADE IN- Made In produces professional-quality cookware and knives for those who love to cook. Right now, Made In is offering our listeners 15% off your first order with promo code Jim. This is the best discount available anywhere online for Made In products! Go to and use promo code jim for 15% off your first order. -ANCIENT MYSTERIES CRUISE 6- Cruise with Jim and other great speakers on the mysteries of life (Micah Hanks, Nick Redfern, Nick Pope, & Peter Robbins)! Get in on this now because they have an EXTREMELY limited offer that can expire at any time. Two for one airfare and two for one deposit. This can expire

Into America

MSNBC, Trymaine Lee

ENCORE: Harlem on My Mind: Jacob Lawrence (2021)

Into America was nominated for a 2022 NAACP Image Award! We’re finalists in the Outstanding News and Information Podcast category, and we need your vote. Go to to cast your ballot today.In February 2021, Into America launched Harlem on My Mind, a series that followed four figures from the Harlem Renaissance who defined Blackness for themselves and what it means to be Black in America today.The story began in December 2020, when host Trymaine Lee acquired something he coveted for years: a numbered print titled Schomburg Library by American icon Jacob Lawrence. The print came with a handwritten dedication to a man named Abram Hill. Who was Abram Hill? How did he know Jacob Lawrence? Did their paths cross at the famed Schomburg Library?What followed was a journey of discovery, through conversations with friends, historians and experts, to understand the interconnected lives of Black creators in and aroun

Jimmy Akin's Mysterious World

Jimmy Akin

It’s Always Demons? (Testing the Spirits)

When unexplained phenomena arise, many Christians often leap to the explanation of demons being responsible or they warn that certain activities can open you up to demons. Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli discuss the accuracy of these claims, how we can really find out when demons are involved, and what can go wrong when we incorrectly think it's demons.
The post It’s Always Demons? (Testing the Spirits) appeared first on StarQuest Media.

The Underworld Podcast


The Raskol Gangs of Port Moresby: Tribal Wars, Street Battles and Homemade Guns in Papua New Guinea

The ‘raskol’ gangs that terrorize Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea’s chaotic capital city, have their roots in the isolated, rainforest conflicts of dozens of tribes vying for control of lucrative mineral wealth. But drugs, guns and government corruption means that today’s gang bust-ups, and clan come-tos, are virtually indistinguishable - and threaten to tear the Pacific nation apart.

Scene on Radio

Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University

S5 E11: Change Everything

In our Season 5 finale: What’s the cultural transformation we need to make — in the West, and the U.S. in particular — to live in good health with the rest of the natural world and with each other? Episode 11 of The Repair, our series on the climate emergency.

Researched and produced by John Biewen, with co-host Amy Westervelt. Script editor, Cheryl Devall. Interviews with Dirk Philipsen, Christian Felber, Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò, and Jessica Hernandez. Music by Lili Haydn, Kim Carroll, Chris Westlake, Lesley Barber, Cora Miron, Fabian Almazan, and Alex Weston. Music consulting by Joe Augustine of Narrative Music.

Leaving Eden Podcast

Leaving Eden LLC

Ep. 61: Satan Is Our Lord And Master (Satanic Panic Part 1) (Theology / Satanism)

In this episode, Sadie and Gavri'el talk about all things Satan! Satan in the bible, Satan in popular culture, and the Satanic Panic, including examples of backwards masking in music! This is a fun one!
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How I Survived

Pacific Podcast Network

Trapped in the desert for THREE NIGHTS

Setting off to hike to the Lost Palms Oasis, hidden deep within the Joshua Tree National Park, 35-year-old Kiwi Claire Nelson couldn't wait to immerse herself in the Californian desert's otherworldly beauty. She had everything she needed for the four-hour hike, including plenty of water. She'd even left an extra bottle in the car for when she got back. But, in the blazing hot desert, she'd need every single drop... See for privacy and opt-out information.

Tug of War


Death of a Revolution

Ten years ago, a piece of graffiti sparked an uprising in Syria. Since then, millions of Syrians watched their cities crumble and were forced to flee. Clarissa Ward was there from the beginning, a witness to the courage of the people, and the brutality of the regime. Now, Clarissa asks two Syrian activists: Was it all worth it?

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My Year in Mensa

iHeartPodcasts and Jamie Loftus

Episode 4: Scottish Hooters and the Death of the Mensa Slut

Welcome to My Year in Mensa, episode final!
NOTE: ALL NAMES IN THIS PIECE HAVE BEEN CHANGED. This is a first-person account based on my own writing and experience within the group, and the rest is sourced below. If you have further questions, feel free to reach out at
Theme song by Sadie Dupuis (@sad13)
Featuring the voices of Miles Gray, Caitlin Durante, Jacquis Neal, Anna Hossnieh, Danl Goodman, Ify Nwadiwe, Dani Fernandez, Maggie Mae Fish, Shereen Lani-Younes, Isaac Taylor, and Jack O'Brien.
Music used in this episode:
"Through the Crystal" by Jeremy Blake: from the free YouTube Audio Library 
"Absolutely Nothing" by Jeremy Blake: from the free YouTube Audio Library 
"Lost and Found" by Jeremy Blake: from the free YouTube Audio Library
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رادیو نیست

Radionist team

اپیزود بیست و چهارم: قندریز

تالار قندریز برای ۱۴ سال از ۱۳۴۳ تا ۱۳۵۷ یکی از مهم‌‌ترین مراکز فرهنگی و هنری ایران بود. دانشجویانِ جویای نام دو دانشکده‌ی هنرهای زیبا و هنرهای تزئینی با انرژی و شورِ جوانی، با به‌وجود آوردن این گالری هنری باعث تحولی بزرگ در فضای هنری آن روز شدند. این شماره از پادکستِ «رادیونیست»، به تاریخچه‌ی تالار قندریز (ایران) اختصاص دارد.
حامی مالی این اپیزود: آژانس تبلیغاتی اوژن
اینستاگرام رادیونیست
مالک و صاحب امتیاز:
مجموعه‌ی زیبان
مسئول پادکست: رامیار منوچهرزاده
کارگردان: نگین فیروزی
نویسنده و پژوهشگر: معراج قنبری
دستیار پژوهش: امیربهادر بیات
گویندگان: نگین فیروزی، محسن عباسی
تدوین صدا: فرزانه رضایی
ساخت و تنظیم موسیقی: محمد برزیده و آیدین انزابی­‌پور
طراحی و ساخت هویت­ بصری: استودیو ملی
ساخت موشن: عاطفه خدابخش
گرافیک: نرگس فداکار
انتشار و پشتیبانی فضای مجازی: حسین دیده‌بان و محمد حدادی

All My Relations Podcast

Matika Wilbur, Desi Small-Rodriguez & Adrienne Keene

The Border Crossed Us

The Border Crossed Us is led by Jon Ayon, an AMR team member who conducted field research to gather the stories of peoples and Tribes at the southern settler colonial border between the United States and Mexico. This political border was drawn with no respect for the Indigenous peoples that live there — with land claims that predate both colonial governments. Now families and cultures are separated on either side. There are current cultural and religious permits in place for Native peoples to cross the border, but crossing remains a complicated and formidable challenge as border control determines which reasons are legitimate- often with no knowledge of traditions. Only in recent history has Indigenous migration been restricted and disqualified as a human right. An Indigenous future means free movement because heritage transcends borders. This is about the protection of the sacred: sacred land, sacred relations, sacred sovereignty and sacred traditions

The Negotiators

Foreign Policy and Doha Debates

The Road to Repatriation

This week, we hear from Jussi Tanner, a Finish ambassador and special envoy who negotiated the release of some 30 women and children from detention in northern Syria. See for privacy and opt-out information.


Imperative Entertainment and Texas Monthly

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Turning: The Sisters Who Left

iHeartPodcasts and Rococo Punch

Bonus: Bride of Christ

BONUS - Jenna Cooper is a 36-year-old consecrated virgin who lives in Winona, Minnesota. She tells us what that means, what her life is like now, and what it’s like to feel called when you’re 12 years old.

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This series was inspired by Mary Johnson’s memoir, “An Unquenchable Thirst.” Find it HERE -
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Bed of Lies

The Telegraph

6 - Retribution, Part 2

Every month, more names are added to the list of survivors. But with every year, more names on that list succumb to their illnesses. Will the Inquiry bring them justice before it’s too late? In this final instalment of the series, they lay bare the shattering impact of this bed of lies.Read Cara’s notebook: |For 30 days’ free access to The Telegraph: |Get in touch: and on Twitter @cjmcgoogan |See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

The United States of Anxiety

WNYC Studios

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Art Bell Back in Time

Art Bell Back in Time

Ep71-Art Bell-Ghost to Ghost 1996

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The Baron of Botox

Imperative Entertainment

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

No Place Like Home


Gone South, Season One: Who Killed Margaret Coon?

In 1987, a former prosecutor named Margaret Coon took her dog for a walk in one of Louisiana’s safest and most affluent parishes. The next morning, she was found dead on the side of the road with a single stab wound in her back. St. Tammany Parish advertises itself as a safe haven from the crime and corruption of New Orleans, attracting thousands of residents over the last several decades. But there is a darker side to St. Tammany and that darkness ultimately consumed Margaret Coon. Welcome to Gone South Season 1: Who Killed Margaret Coon? Over the course of this documentary podcast series from C13Originals, a Cadence13 studio, journalist Jed Lipinski investigates the theories and motives surrounding Margaret Coon’s unsolved murder, shedding new light on a bewildering crime that has haunted St. Tammany for over 34 years.
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When Diana Met…


The People

There are many scandalous, gossip-stirring stories about Diana. There are also, however, just as many anecdotes about her kindness, and the raw, authentic nature of her philanthropy. While most royal acts of charity are both formal and distant, Diana’s were intimate and bold; like walking through minefields and holding AIDS victims in her arms. In this episode, we hear about what really made her the ‘people’s princess’ from those who were touched by her legacy. We’ll meet writer/filmmaker Alegria Adedeji, Making Gay History founder Eric Marcus, and Ebone Carrington, former CEO of NYC Health and Hospitals, Harlem. 

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On podcast پادکست آن


اپیزود بیست و هشتم - جلوی اینها گریه نکن قسمت سوم

داستان یوگینیا گینزبرگ، استاد ادبیات دانشگاه کازان که به یک گولاک فرستاده میشه.اسپانسر این اپیزود: آکادمی چراغوب سایت:اینستاگرام آکادمی:توییتر آکادمی:دونیت به پادکست آن در سایت حامی باش:حمایت از خارج از کشور:اینستاگرام:توییتر:موزیکهای این اپیزود:Vladimir Troshin - Moscow Nights (Midnight in Moscow)Поле Русское поле Ян Френкель PoGabríel Ólafs - Absent MindedTarja - OasisOtto Reutte r- Ich habe zu vie Angst vor meiner FrauLudovico Einaudi - Whirling WindsYann Tiersen - Summer 78The Waterboys - Red Army Bluesموزیکها در اسپاتیفای:

The Vaping Fix


Introducing: Harsh Reality - The Story of Miriam Rivera

It was supposed to be a reality show with a twist. In a sun-drenched villa in Ibiza, six hot guys compete for a cash prize and for the love of the beautiful and mysterious Miriam. It’s meant to be her big break: the moment she becomes the superstar she was born to be. But this is the era of “cruel reality TV” and the show producers have a different goal: they want to surprise the men with the fact that Miriam is trans. A new six-episode investigative series from Wondery, the makers of The Shrink Next Door and The Apology Line, and from Novel, HARSH REALITY is the story about love, lies, reality TV and a woman before her time: Miriam Rivera. Written by Agnes Borinsky and hosted by Trace Lysette.Listen to Harsh Reality: The Story of Miriam Rivera at Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

The Long Time Academy

Headspace Studios, The Long Time Project, Scenery Studios

BONUS Part Six Practice: Your Long Time Ritual

This Long Time Ritual enables you to sense into your unique location in the great web of life. Use it whenever you’d like to drop into longer, deeper time. You’ll need a small object that represents the long time for you. It could be a pebble, an acorn, a seed … anything that connects you to the long past, the long future, or time itself.The Long Time Ritual is written and read by Ella Saltmarshe. 

Working Title

Margot Lee

When You Care Enough To Say the Very Worst

10: It's the holiday season which means we're spending a lot more time with family. But what about chosen family? In this episode, I sit down with Dr. Carole Robin and we discuss what it means to develop exceptional relationships, especially when it might be tough to do so. I loved reading her co-authored book, "Connect: Building Exceptional Relationships with Family, Friends, and Colleagues", which you can pick up here:
You can listen to Part 1 of this episode here:
And you can find diagrams and prompts on my instagram, @margot.lee

Radio Diaries

Radio Diaries & Radiotopia

Diary of a Saudi Girl: Then & Now

When we first met Majd Abdulghani, she was a teenager living in Saudi Arabia, one of the most restrictive countries for women in the world. She wanted to be a scientist, her family wanted to arrange her marriage.

Majd recorded her life over two years, she was one of our most prolific documentarians. With her microphone, Majd brought us inside a society where the voices of women were rarely heard.

Majd is 27 now. A lot has changed in her life. Today, we bring you a brand new conversation with Majd and her original story from 2016.


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Jungle Prince

The New York Times

Chapter 3: A House in Yorkshire

In a ruined palace in the woods, rummaging through discarded papers, our reporter finds a clue.

Mysteries and Monsters

Mysteries and Monsters

Podcast featuring guest interviews from the around the world covering the Paranormal, Cryptozoology, Legends and Fortean themes, published weekly.

Crime After Crime

John Lordan & Danelle Hallan

Real-Life GRINCH

Visit and use code CRIMEAFTERCRIME14 to get 14 free meals, plus 3 free gifts!Going to CrimeCon? Get 10% off your standard pass by using code CRIMEAFTERCRIME during checkout!Keith Morrison reads "The Grinch That Stole Christmas" tells us about an art heist with a Grinchy twist, and John goes into a story about the robbery of a famous country star's family, that shows a softer side to armed criminals. Who tells the best story? YOU decide!Visit to VOTE, suggest show topics and much more!If you want to help support the Crime After Crime Podcast, sign up as a patron HERE! MEDIAJohn LordanYoutube Channel - - @L

One Click

C13Originals | Vespucci

The Girl in the Photo

There’s only one way to stop DNP once and for all: confront the real cause of the problem.

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Welcome To Paradise

CBC Podcasts

Love, marriage… and a secret history of trauma. Anna Maria Tremonti has been keeping her past a secret for over 40 years. As one of Canada’s most respected journalists, she has a reputation for being fearless and hard-hitting. She’s reported from some of the world’s most dangerous conflict zones. But none were as immediately threatening as life at home. In her early 20s, she fell in love with a man who seemed worldly and charming. Behind closed doors he was incredibly violent. They were only married for a year but the consequences of the abuse have lasted a lifetime. This is the first time Anna Maria has told anyone—including family or close friends—the details of what she endured. Working with her therapist, she reveals the intimate details of a past she’s kept to herself for most of her life. The result is a profoundly intimate portrait of a powerful woman confronting the source of tremendous pain and trauma and, remarkably, freeing herself from a life-long sense of shame. Written and hosted by Anna Maria Tremonti (The Current), produced by Daemon Fairless (Hunting Warhead, Boys Like Me) and mixed by Mira Burt-Wintonick (Wiretap, Love Me, Sorry About The Kid).

Canary: The Washington Post Investigates

The Washington Post

Chapter 7: "I'll find my joy"

Two women come face to face. Subscribe to The Washington Post:

Unpleasant Dreams

Cassandra Harold with Jim Harold Media

Chupacabra - Unpleasant Dreams 15

The mysterious Chupacabra is the subject of this week’s Unpleasant Dreams! Find the original article by EM Hilker that this podcast is based on HERE PODCAST TRANSCRIPT It often happens as the dusk settles itself gently over the lush rainforest.  You might think farm animals, confined to pens or herded by human and canine protectors, wouldn’t have a sense of their own vulnerability or the existence of predators. But somewhere, deep down in their basest primal instincts that reach back to the dawn of time, they must have known it was coming. Even before the whiff of the rank animal in the cool evening air hits them, they have to have known. It was fast, though, and that was a blessing. It didn’t toy with them, or drag it out. It was fast. The unlucky ones watched it happen to another animal first, smelled the creature and the blood and knew deep down it was bad, and they were next; the lucky ones never saw the chupacabra. The humans who cared

Lauren Lake's Paternity Court

MGM Studios, Inc., and Audio Up, Inc.

Keep it on the Hush Hush

Mr. Burkes claims to be more than 26,000 dollars in debt due to child support for the defendant, Ms. Brown, who he says is definitely not his biological daughter. He is here to prove that so he can go home and rid himself of the debt he does not deserve. Ms. Brown states that for 30 years, she has only known one man to be her father and is devastated to hear that he now refuses paternity.

Real people. Real stories. Real Problems. This is Lauren Lake's Paternity Court.


Critical Frequency

Law & Order meets the climate crisis as we dig into the stories behind more than 200 climate cases around the globe.

What's Missing

Casefile Presents

10: Assoc. Prof. Jodie Ward [BONUS]

Hear from Australia’s leading forensic expert pioneering the National DNA Program, on how and why she does this important work.

Loren O’Keeffe – host
Assoc. Prof. Jodie Ward – guest
Mike Migas – production, scoring
Maricarmen Rubí Baeza – graphic design
Paulina Szymanska – video, web design

Missing Persons Advocacy Network (MPAN)

Casefile Presents

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Chicano Squad

Vox Media Podcast Network

Up Against the Mob: The Cooperator

Up Against the Mob is CAFE’s six-episode series, hosted by former prosecutor Elie Honig, that lifts the veil on the world of the mafia and law enforcement’s efforts to bring mobsters to justice. 

Episode 1 tells the story of Michael Visconti. Once a rising star in the Genovese crime family, Visconti decided to leave the mafia and become a cooperating government witness. Visconti opens up to Elie Honig about his life and rise in the mob — how he first got mixed up with the mafia, the violent crimes he committed, and his decision to flip against his mob “family.”  

Up Against the Mob is produced by CAFE Studios and the Vox Media Podcast Network. Binge the whole season now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app.
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Field Work

Field Work

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Breaking Down: Collapse

Kory & Kellan

Episode 71 - Mass Migration

One of the most concerning consequences of the future is mass migration. Mass migration is both a cause and consequence of collapse, creating a positive feedback loop of escalating problems.Support the show (

Timber Wars

Oregon Public Broadcasting

Bonus Ep: Wildfire

In 2020, wildfires swept across the West, consuming millions of acres of forest and destroying thousands of homes and even whole communities. And sadly, this is just the beginning. Fire is the future here in the West. But what we often forget is that fire is also the past. It’s what our landscape has evolved with. The tricky question is figuring out how we fit into that. So we wanted to bring you a bonus episode that dives into some of the reporting OPB has done around wildfire. Because, frankly, fighting over fire is really the new front in the Timber Wars. The battle lines are basically the same, it’s just the details of the argument that have changed. Now instead of jobs versus owls and old growth, the argument is over whether logging prevents catastrophic wildfires or makes them worse.

The Modern West

Wyoming Public Media

Stranger On The Side Of The Road: Cowboy Up Part 1

In 1892, Wyoming hosts its first execution and it's a teenage boy named Kansas Charley. His trial causes a big national debate: is Charley a hardened criminal or a neglected child? It's a question we still haven't answered in the American West, where children are incarcerated in greater numbers than anywhere else. We also hear from a modern-day Kansas Charley who's living out his days in Wyoming's prisons who says, growing up, no one ever asked him the simple question: do you need help?

The Impact


The Toll

In this bonus, chat episode of The Impact, Jillian is joined by Vox's Matt Yglesias and Course Correction's Nelufar Hedayat to talk about how the data collected on Covid-19 deaths will help shape our world, now and in the future.
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The CRUX: True Survival Stories

Kaycee McIntosh, Tessa King

The crux is the pivotal moment, or decision that determines a life or death outcome in this podcast inspired by true people and their survival stories. Support this podcast:

An Oral History of The Office

Propagate Content

1. Ok, Here's the Pitch

A chance discovery on a trip to London sends a producer on the hunt to secure the rights - and a TV network - to produce a series with the potential to redefine comedy in the US.

Hosted and Executive Produced by Brian Baumgartner.
Executive Producer/Showrunner: Linh Le.
Executive Producers for Propagate: Ben Silverman, Howard Owens and Drew Buckley. 
Senior Producers: Joanna Sokolowski and Julia Smith.
Written & Produced by: Tessa Kramer and Alyssa Edes.
Writer/Story Producer: Benny Spiewak. 
Assistant Editors: Russell Wijaya and Diego Tapia.
Technical Director: Seth Olansky.
Theme Song: Story Mechanics.
Additional music & original score: Joe Berry. 
Consultant: Rich Boerner
Special thanks to Margaret Borchert, Christian Bonaventura, Matthew Rosenfield, Alex Mauboussin, Lucy Savage, Emily Carr and Syeda Lee for production support.
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Cruising | A Lesbian Bar Road Trip

Sarah Gabrielli, Rachel Karp, and Jennifer McGinity

3 queer women, 1 Honda SUV, and the last lesbian bars in America. There are less than 25 of these spaces left in the country. Cruising Podcast follows creators Sarah Gabrielli, Rachel Karp, and Jen McGinity on a cross-country road trip to visit each of these bars and share their stories.

History's Great Mysteries

Nicholas Anable

Every other week, I take a deep dive into some of the most compelling and unexplained events in human history. As you listen, develop your own theories to these mysteries and revel in the beautiful unknown.




朱刚 ,复旦大学中文系教授尽管刚刚遭受过“乌台诗案”,尽管朋友们多善意地提示苏轼不要再随便作诗,尽管他本人也时而表示要慎言避祸,但“诗可以怨”是诗歌的基本功能之一,作为诗人的苏轼从没有放弃他正当的表达权力。在中国文化史上,苏轼与杭州的相遇意义非凡。千姿百态的西湖、惊心动魄的钱塘观潮和江南城乡的风光,都是造物对诗人的馈赠,而苏轼也无负于这些馈赠。无论是「卷地风来忽吹散,望湖楼下水如天」,还是「欲把西湖比西子,淡妆浓抹总相宜」,都是流传了将近千年的名句。这个历史上钱粮盐布的都会,某种程度上也是因为苏轼,开始成为艺术和美的栖息地。苏轼在杭州的作品,被当时的出版商雕印成了诗集——这部诗集后来成了「乌台诗案」的主要罪证。因为写诗讥讽朝政、反对「新法」,当朝第一诗人苏轼被捕入狱。这是中国历史上第一桩以出版物为罪证的文字狱。史料记载,苏轼被审讯的时候,很多人为他求情——包括「新法」的制定者王安石的弟弟王安礼,还有苏轼往后人生里最大的政敌章惇。朱刚在《苏轼十讲》里写道:「历史上凡是被否定的事往往如此,史料记载了许多人曾为阻止其恶化付出努力,但就是不说元凶是谁。」这次,朱刚想讲讲苏轼入狱的130天里究竟发生了什么,在「乌台诗案」中北宋的司法系统如何运行,和那些被卷入诗案中的具体的人。

Relatos del lado oscuro

relatos del lado oscuro

Podcast oficial de Relatos del lado oscuro Programa radiofónico y canal de YouTube de programas documentales de seres extraños, fantasmas, perversidad, sucesos inexplicables y adaptaciones dramatizadas de relatos literarios de terror y misterio Síguenos en nuestras redes sociales oficiales: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Email:

The Alien UFO Podcast

Simon Bown

My mission is to investigate all things that are part of the wider the UFO phenomena. Each week I am looking into a different aspect of this fascinating field and go in depth into the evidence that is all around us. I am looking at UFO sightings, alien abduction, historical cases and other related phenomena. I interview researchers in the field and people who have had very real experiences.

Las Raras

Las Raras

Rosy, la poderosa

En Guatemala, Roselia Rosales no se relacionaba con personas de la diversidad sexual y de género. Pero cuando llega a Los Ángeles, CA, encuentra clientes para su comida afuera de los bares LGBTIQ+. Cuando la pandemia paraliza la ciudad, esa comunidad se moviliza para ayudarla. Y así, en tiempos de crisis, demuestra lo que realmente significa ser aliados.

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Somos @lasraraspodcast en Instagram, Twitter y Facebook.
Producido con Adonde Media.
Esta temporada es un Spotify Exlusive.

According to Need

Katie Mingle and 99% Invisible

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]



Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Modesty Files

Taft Media

Welcome to The Modesty Files! In this podcast, we’re diving into the world of Christian fundamentalism and interviewing women who have left their churches. Our podcast's goal is to "uncover" their experiences and provide a safe space for women to make sense of their complicated past and reflect on their journey toward recovery. If you are interested in being on the show, send us an email: Follow us on Instagram @themodestyfiles for updates and bonus content.

A Show About Animals


Many of us dream about talking to other animals - but what if we already can? A deep dive into Koko the Gorilla, one of the most hotly contested stories in American science - and what it all says about us humans. From VICE World News.

Experiences Unexplained

Jesse Clark

A paranormal story telling podcast. Listen to personal paranormal experiences told by the very people that experienced them. Topics such as ghosts, UFO's, cryptids, mysterious disappearances, and more will be discussed.


Imperative Entertainment & Life is My Movie Entertainment

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Hugs Podcast

11:59 Media

Serial Hero • Homeless Less • Pool Shark

We bring you a trippy triptych of stories spanning the globe in this episode. Jack brings us the softer side of Satan. Kent speak about a homeless man that isn't Jack. And The Op gets all choked up about a shark. Hugs. ❤️JOIN THOUSANDS OF OTHERS, GET SIX MORE EXCLUSIVE SHOWS, LIVE VIDEOSTREAMS, MERCH AND MORE. SUPPORT US ON PATREON: Inquiries: & Opt-Out:

The Vanishing of Harry Pace Podcast


Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

William Ramsey Investigates

William Ramsey Investigates

William Ramsey Investigates, an investigative journalism broadcast covering a variety of subjects including politics, parapolitics, true crime, history, conspiracies, religion, cults, the occult, and more! "We gasp for air among people who believe they are absolutely right, whether it be in their machines or their ideas. And for all who cannot live without dialogue and the friendship of other human beings, this silence is the end of the world." Albert Camus

MiedoScope Historias de Terror en Directo

Julio Flores

Historias de Miedo Diciembre 7 de 2021 LA QUINCEAÑERA

No te pierdas los directos de Lunes a Viernes 11 pmTransmitiendo desde Cd Mante TamaulipasApoya con PayPal: julio_azuara@hotmail.comObtén 100 pesos con PayPal si usas mi código: código de TIK TOK para que ganes una lana: 9377518101Mi código de KWAI para que ganes una lana:137884077Únete a nuestras redes sociales.

Finding Humanity

Humanity Lab Foundation and Hueman Group Media

Sharing true stories of courage and purpose in the face of today’s pressing social justice, equality, and human rights issues. With the help of leading global experts and advocates, host Hazami Barmada examines how we got here and how you can be a part of solving humanity’s biggest challenges. Produced by Humanity Lab Foundation and Hueman Group Media.

Diggin' Oak Island

Dave McBride

A podcasters journey to discover the truth behind the Oak Island Money Pit mystery.

On the Ground with Samaritan's Purse

On the Ground with Samaritan's Purse

On the Ground with Samaritan’s Purse is a podcast with Kristy Graham that takes you to the front lines and behind-the-scenes of our work around the world. Experience what it’s like to be in the field with our teams, and hear first-hand from staff, volunteers, and people we help.

Reparations: The Big Payback

The Black Effect and iHeartPodcasts

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

BLACK HANDS - A family mass murder


Introducing: Once a Panther

Stuff presents Once a Panther, a major new podcast series: On June 16, 1971, a radical group of Pasifika and Māori men and women confronted state-sanctioned racism to form the Polynesian Panther Party. Like their seafaring ancestors before them, the Polynesian Panthers guided their people to a new horizon – but instead of stormy seas, they navigated a red-blooded nation raging with rugby, racism and beer.StuffApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotifyStitcherRSS


The New York Times

Part 4: Wellness Check

This episode contains references to mental health challenges, including eating disorders.Joanna Lopez, the high school senior we met in our first episode of Odessa, has turned inward: staying in her bedroom, ghosting friends and avoiding band practice. But playing with the marching band at the last football game of her high-school career offers a moment of hope that maybe, one day, things will get better.In the finale of our four-part series, we listen as the public health crisis becomes a mental health crisis in Odessa.


alarabiya podcast العربية بودكاست

استعراض أهم الجماعات المؤثرة في حياتنا العامة سياسيا واجتماعيا واقتصاديا وشرح أفكارها وسرد تاريخها وإبراز شخصياتها وتقديم مواقفها العامة ، وعلي رأس هذه الجماعات المحسوبة على التيار الاسلاموي المسلح منها والسياسي.

On the Edge with Andrew Gold

On the Edge with Andrew Gold

91: Amanda Knox: You think you know me?

It’s Amanda Knox.

You might – particularly if you’re in Britain or Italy – know her as the murderous femme fatale who was imprisoned for killing her English flatmate Meredith Kercher in a sex game while studying abroad in Italy. You might know her – if you’ve spent time researching the case – as the subject of one of the most egregious and explosive wrongful conviction cases in living memory.

But one thing’s for sure: you know her. think you do.

Sign up on Apple Podcasts or for the bonus bits.

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ACCESS: A Podcast About Abortion

Garnet Henderson

You've heard a lot of debates about abortion. But how much do you know about it, really? ACCESS pulls back the curtain, demystifying abortion by bringing you real, first person stories and expert perspectives. Each episode tackles a different topic.

Kerning Cultures

Kerning Cultures Network

Operation Boulder

Since 9/11, US governmental agencies have poured millions of dollars into spying on Arabs, Muslims and Arab Americans. Their surveillance has changed countless lives as ordinary citizens all over the country were interrogated, arrested or had their homes raided.

But this didn’t start in 2001.

Invasive - and even illegal - surveillance programmes against Arabs and Arab Americans have a long history in the US, going all the way back to the 1970s, with a program code-named Operation Boulder. But it wasn't until a lawyer named Abdeen Jabara took his own government to court that the true size and scale of the programme was revealed.

This episode was produced by Suzanne Gaber and Will Thomson, and edited by Dana Ballout and Alex Atack. Fact checking by Deena Sabry. Additional support from Nadeen Shaker and Zeina Dowidar. Sound design and mixing by Paul Alouf.

Thank you to Afnan, Amaney Jamal, Abdeen Jabara, Anan Ameri,

Doing Justice


Up Against the Mob: The Cooperator

Up Against the Mob is CAFE’s new six-episode series, hosted by former prosecutor Elie Honig, that lifts the veil on the world of the mafia and law enforcement’s efforts to bring mobsters to justice. 

Episode 1 tells the story of Michael Visconti. Once a rising star in the Genovese crime family, Visconti decided to leave the mafia and become a cooperating government witness. Visconti opens up to Elie Honig about his life and rise in the mob — how he first got mixed up with the mafia, the violent crimes he committed, and his decision to flip against his mob “family.”  

In the bonus episode for CAFE Insiders, Elie Honig and Safeena Mecklai take listeners behind the scenes of the first episode of Up Against the Mob. Become an Insider at and enter code MOB for 50% off the annual membership price. 

Up Against the Mob is produced by CAFE Studios and the Vox Media Podcast Network. New episodes drop

Over the Road

Over the Road & Radiotopia

An Update from the Road

Greetings! It’s been a while, but we’re back with an update on the state of the trucking industry in 2021, and a taste of new projects from the Over the Road team: some music, another podcast, and a book.

Long Haul Paul has released a new record called, “Cornbelt Cafe.” Find it wherever you stream and download music, or head over to 

OTR producers Ian Coss and Lacy Roberts recently collaborated on a hybrid podcast/album about marriage, divorce, and the meaning of lifetime commitment. Listen and subscribe to Forever is a Long Time on Apple Podcasts or wherever you find your podcasts.

And don’t miss Shining Man, the novel recently published by OTR editor Todd Dills, from our production partner Overdrive Magazine.

Can’t say when we’ll be back in the feed again, but stay safe and take care out there!

Over the Road is a collaboration between Overdrive Magazine and P

Blind Landing

Ari Saperstein

A Look At Safety In Gymnastics: Part 2

When it comes to addressing the safety concerns gymnasts have about competitions, there are structures in place to help gymnasts be heard... but are these structures working? Can they work?
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The Crisis


Introducing: A Show About Animals

Today we are sharing an episode from one of our newest series -- A Show About Animals. This season, we tell the strange and wonderful story of the wildly famous Koko the “talking” Gorilla. In the early 1970s, a grad student named Penny Patterson set out to investigate a big question: is language unique to humans? So she begins an ambitious experiment -- with the help of a young gorilla named Koko. Pretty soon, Penny says Koko is learning sign language. But, of course, that’s not the whole story. You can listen to our weekly series, A Show About Animals, in all the places you get your podcasts. A Show About Animals is hosted and reported by Arielle Duhaime-Ross and produced by Julia Nutter and Pete Lang-Stanton. Our associate producer is Leily Rezvani. Sound design and original score by Pran Bandi, with additional support from Steve Bone. Annie Aviles is our executive editor. Our executive producer and VP of Vice Audio is

Here Be Monsters

Here Be Monsters

HBM150: Cold Water

The origins of Julia Susara’s chronic fatigue are hard to pin down.  She still doesn’t know exactly how it started but suspects that a deeply broken heart had something to do with it.  She spent about three years going through some excruciating physical sensations: immense chills, brain fogs, pregnancy nightmares and the feeling that her blood was about to boil through her skin. Doctors weren’t able to figure out what was wrong, nor were the array of alternative healers she visited. Feeling that no one was able to help, she was at the edge of giving up. But, at her brother’s suggestion, she reluctantly visited a hypnotherapist who gave Julia instructions to swim daily in cold water.  So she started jumping in the ocean each day and felt a strange and near immediate change in her symptoms.  If you’re feeling suicidal, here are some numbers you can call to speak with someone who will listen. USA Suicide Lifeline:

Extraordinary Stories

Mamamia Podcasts

Something Extraordinary Is Coming...

The stories you thought you knew, told by the women who really do. From the glamour and scandal of Australia’s magazine queens to an infamous wellness conwoman to the princesses who’ve had to shake off a tragic “curse”, host Emma Gillespie cuts through the rumours to transport you into a story you haven’t heard before.

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Christopher J. Beale

Straight Talk From Queer Voices

The BrainFood Show

Simon Whistler and Daven Hiskey

The Fascinating Origins of Everyday Things (Part 4)

In this episode of The Brain Food Show, we are start out with an appetizer looking at how chopsticks came to be and why they became so popular in certain parts of the world vs things like spoons and forks. Next up we have a brief message from our sponsor… Ourselves! Go check out our new-ish channel Highlight History, an [...]
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Toplines and tales

Andy Frazier

Podcast about all things to do with livestock showing, past and present, including interviews, discussions and general chitchat.

The Other Latif

WNYC Studios

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


A paranormal podcast with Seth & Christina

Explore the world of the paranormal. Join Seth and Christina as they share and discuss true stories of the supernatural, eerie and unknown. Each episode covers a single topic, from hauntings, cryptids and UFOs to the afterlife, mysterious places and quantum reality. Step into a world beyond the senses, into a hidden realm behind the everyday, where logic fails and dreams illuminate the way. As your eyes adjust to the dark, intriguing mysteries take shape. Welcome to Shadowland. Want to send us a story, suggest an episode topic or otherwise get in touch? Drop us a line at

أثر الفراشة

Al Jazeera Podcasts الجزيرة بودكاست

بلال فضل: مُناضل برُتبة كاتب

الحوار مع أي كاتب له تأثير خاص، لأن عقل الكاتب في قلمه، وموهبته الحقيقية هي في استخدام الكلمات كسلاح يخوض به معاركه الوجدانية مع نفسه ومع القارئ.

ضيف هذه الحلقة من "أثر الفراشة" بدأ بكتابة مقالات في الصحف بقالب من السُخرية اللاذعة، ثم انتقل إلى السيناريو والحوار، فابتكر لغة سينمائية مُختلفة جديدة من خلال 18 فيلمًا.. قدم أول برنامج عربي يتناول الكتب، وعمل معدًا برامج، وروائي.. ليحترف أخيرا الكتابة بدوام كامل. 

الكاتب المصري بلال فضل.. يُشاركنا مُخيّلته الخصبة، ويُحدثنا عن بداياته، ونشاطه السياسي والفني، وأهم المحطات في حياته الشخصية والمهنية في حوار مُمتع وآسر لا يخلو من تعليقاته الجريئة وفكره المُستنير.

استمع إلى الحلقة كاملة من بودكاست "أثر الفراشة" مع خالد مجذوب، ولا تنسَ الاشتراك لتصلك حلقاتنا فور وصولها.




这是JustPod团队最新的尝试,我们与知名杂志《时尚先生》旗下新媒体“先生制造”联合制作了一期播客节目,将平面媒体的专题报道以叙事播客的形式推出,用声音重新展示非虚构。2018年,一首网络歌曲《学猫叫》带来了现象级轰动,仅一年时间便在全网积累下73亿音乐播放量。巨大的收听流量打破了音乐市场的全部原有逻辑,《学猫叫》的创作密码也被一再拆解、批量复制,但与此同时歌曲背后的原唱者却是完全隐形的。我们找到了《学猫叫》的原唱,从她的故事以及歌曲的走红过程中,梳理神曲是如何被制造的,它又如何重塑了音乐市场。- 嘉宾 -刘敏,“先生制造”编辑- 延伸阅读 -15秒统治耳朵:算法时代的神曲制造 (公众号:先生制造)- Credits -策划:程衍樑 谢丁制作人:Xicvona声音设计:佳杰 啸天制作总监:王若弛- 收听方式 -推荐您使用小宇宙等泛用型播客客户端订阅收听《噪音开始了》,也可通过网易云音乐、喜马拉雅、蜻蜓FM和荔枝FM收听。- 本节目由JustPod出品 -- 互动方式 -微博:@JustPod微信公众号:JustPod

The Squarepeg Podcast

Amy Richards

The Squarepeg podcast invites autistic women, and trans and nonbinary people, to explore navigating a neurotypical world and share their insights, challenges and successes. I hope that these conversations will be inspiring and thought provoking, open you up to new ways of thinking about being neurodivergent, and help you feel more connected to a worldwide community of people with similar experiences.

Historically Black

APM Reports & The Washington Post

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Control Variable

Atomic Whale Studios

The Control Variable, from Atomic Whale Studios, is an investigative five-part podcast series, hosted by journalist Kim Cutter, that takes an unprecedented look into the history and science of propaganda to better understand the events of January 6th, 2021. The podcast chronicles Kim’s own journey, from watching the events of January 6th in horror to desperately seeking to understand how this group of people could be moved to scale the Capitol walls and storm the seat of our democracy… in the name of something so patently false as a stolen election. Exploring the events leading up to that fateful day, she quickly realizes the crucial role that propaganda played in inciting regular people, from all walks of life, to violence. Join Kim as she speaks with a wide range of experts, from prominent neuroscientists and theologians to artists, historians and crowd psychologists about the role propaganda has played at key moments in history, the devastating impact it’s having on America right now… and what we can do about it.

Mo' Curious by Missouri Life

Missouri Life

Mo' Curious is a podcast thagt explores the past, present, and future of the 24th state. It is created and hosted by Trevor Harris and proudly presented by Missouri Life.

Life Sentence

Mags Creative

Life Sentence: Behind the Story

The production team at Mags Creative share with you how and why they made their most ambitious original podcast series to date.Best served with headphones on.CreditsWriter: Tabitha MortiboySupervising Producer: Kelsey BennettExecutive Producer: Megan Hill-SmithSound Design & Audio Production: Kit MilsomContributor: Carys Taylor, Director of Albert.Music CreditsLicensed song: Ready to Die by Alexander ParsonsLicensed music with thanks to Artlist'Big Bang', 'Amma', ‘La Sirene’ & ‘Tundra’ composed by Kit MilsomWith thanks to WeForum, Survival International & International Anti Poaching Foundation 

Documentary on One Podcast

RTÉ Documentary on One

The Secret Chicken Society

All around Ireland people keep show chickens. And with each one comes a dream, to become a National Champion. Join us as we journey through the up's and down's and in's and out's of the wonderful world of Irish show chickens as we tell a humorous and lively story of people who absolutely love their chickens. (First broadcast 2012)  See for privacy and opt-out information.

Reframing Rural

Tree Ring Records

Reframing Rural's mission is to cultivate curiosity and conversation across geographic, class and cultural divides. Season 1: Coming Home, is set in the rural homeplace of host Megan Torgerson's youth, on the plains of far Northeast Montana. Season 2: Sowing Possibility, sows hope in the future of the rural West and Heartland through interviews with rural activists, academics, artists and entrepreneurs. Hosted and produced by Torgerson, this podcast uses conversation and storytelling to reframe the narrative on rural America.

QueerAF | inspiring LGBTQIA+ stories told by emerging queer creatives


Am I Asexual Or Ashamed Of Sex?

Am I Asexual Or Ashamed Of Sex? Yes, it’s here. Another fantastic episode ahead by #QueerAF regular producer Jacob Edward. And this week, we’re talking about a spectrum of feelings when it comes to sex, the differences between asexuality and sex shame plus Jacob, who used their portfolio to get a job Radio One’s first non-binary presenter shares boldly and bravely.Listen to the latest episode and subscribe (rate and review) #QueerAF now on Spotify, Apple and podcast apps everywhere. Support Producer Jacob EdwardFirst nonbinary presenter on @BBCR1 (Xmas 19) | Either on a train or on the radio | Gaydio Presenter, Queer Culture Podcast and Twitch Streamer. LGBTQ #QueerAF track of the week:Eve Westwood @evewestwoodmusic National Student Pride 2020 This season is inspired by Nationa

Land Grab Podcast

John Hooks and Matt Neuman

Chapter Five: The Missoula Octopus

In the cumulative chapter of the first half of our season, we find Andrew Hammond at the peak of his powers in Missoula in the 1890’s. The Bitterroot Salish have left the valley and Marcus Daly’s Anaconda Company fills the vacuum. Statewide, the Capital and the University are up for grabs, and Hammond makes a [&hellip
The post Chapter Five: The Missoula Octopus appeared first on Montana Mint - The greatest website north of Wyoming..


WNYC Studios

Nancy Was Here

Team Nancy takes a final stroll down memory lane.
Check out our open-sourced Queer Podcasts spreadsheet for more queer shows. To get you started, check out Afroqueer, History is Gay, LGBTQ&A, Flyest Fables, Making Gay History, Gender Reveal, and If These Ovaries Could Talk.
Music in this episode by Jeremy S. Bloom, Josh Woodward (Once Tomorrow, Border Blaster), and Albert Behar. Theme by Alexander Overington.

من الآخر | Min El Akher Podcast

Al Jazeera Podcasts الجزيرة بودكاست

عندما يكون التغيير ممكنًا

بودكاست أثر الفراشة، حوار صادق وصريح، مليء بحكايات النجاح وتحديات التغيير، مع نجوم ومؤثرين نتابعهم عبر المنصات والشاشات، يقدمه الإعلامي خالد مجذوب.

70 Million

LWC Studios

When a State Treats Drug Addiction Like a Health Issue, Not a Crime

A year ago, Oregon became the first state to decriminalize drug possession. The goal is to reverse some of the negative impacts of the War on Drugs by approaching drug use from a health-centered basis. We visit an addiction and recovery center in Portland that’s gearing up for what they hope will be an influx of people seeking treatment. Reported by Cecilia Brown.Find a resource guide and annotated transcript at our website here.

The Blue Ribbon Project

CITE - the Center for Integrated Training and Education

Welcome to The Blue Ribbon Project, a new podcast from CITE in NYC. In this podcast we’ll explore issues of education in NYC, Westchester, Nassau, and Suffolk. We’ll meet with a fascinating array of voices from across the city, and we’ll learn about how they’re handling various issues of education in the time of COVID and beyond. We’ll follow a PLC of Principals in Brooklyn striving for Blue Ribbon status, and we’ll learn from Professional Development facilitators about current topics teachers and administrators need to know about.

Café Brasil

Luciano Pires & Café Brasil Editorial Ltda

Cafezinho 457 – Eu não sabia

CONHEÇA A VEROO CAFÉS: Ouvintes do Café Brasil têm 15% de desconto nos primeiros 3 meses de assinatura. Basta acessar o link e aplicar o cupom CAFEBRASIL

O jornalista, crítico da mídia e filósofo amador norte-americano Walter Lippmann uma vez escreveu assim: “Não pode haver liberdade para uma sociedade que não dispõe de meios para detectar mentiras.” E parece que essa função – detectar mentiras, tornou-se fundamental para quem quer sobreviver neste mundo cada vez mais alucinado.

Bem, eu tenho fixado meu trabalho no desenvolvimento da capacidade de julgamento e tomada de decisão das pessoas. É assim há trinta anos, e nunca me deixei seduzir pelas rotulagens mercadológicas que me ajudariam a vender milhões em cursos, se eu dissesse que estaria ajudando você a conhecer os cinco passos para o sucesso. Não. Eu ajudo você a desenvolver sua capacidade de julgamento e tomada de decisão.

E part

Everyday Paranormal

Arc Light Media

From the stars of Discovery Channel's 'Ghost Lab', the Klinge brothers and Katie Burr share their deep dive into their own investigation of haunted locations. The trio breaks down the who, what, why, and how of their paranormal cases by treating the locations like crime scenes and ghosts they encounter as suspects. Narrated by Debra Wilson Support us on Patreon at

حكايات الحرب

Al Jazeera Podcasts الجزيرة بودكاست

أم الأبطال

من قلب سيناء، أثناء الاحتلال الإسرائيلي لسيناء، وبعيدًا عن الأوامر العسكرية الصارمة، تأخذ سالمة شميط قرارها الصعب والذي تعرف ثمنه جيدًا، مقاومة الاحتلال الإسرائيلي لأرضها.
امرأة تعرف كيف تحب، وكيف تواصل القتال، لتجني ثمار ما زرعت، رغم استشهاد زوجها وابنها، وأسر وتعذيب ابنها الآخر، الذي تطلب منه الصمود للرمق الأخير. أم الأبطال حكاية الصبر والصمود والاحتساب نرويها بلهجة بدوية، في بودكاست "حكايات الحرب".

KUT » In Black America

KUT & KUTX Studios, John L. Hanson

Lee S. Smith (Ep. 8, 2022)

This week on In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. speaks with Lee S. Smith, former Associate Vice President for Legal Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin and Principal and founder of Travelersmith Consulting, who was recently honored as the first African American of St. Mark’s School of Texas, which […]

The Genealogy Detective

Mary Duffy

Mary Duffy is the Genealogy Detective, solving your family's mysteries and telling your stories. Each episode we'll investigate a new case: unearthing family secrets, finding long-lost cousins, uncovering origins with research or DNA, and proving whether the legends your grandmother handed down are true.

Plague: Untold Stories of AIDS and the Catholic Church

America Media

How Dorothy Day inspired gay Catholic Workers to respond to AIDS

The production of Plague is made possible by our digital subscribers. To support Plague and access all of America's content, subscribe today!
In this bonus episode of Plague, Michael O’Loughlin visits a Catholic Worker House in Syracuse, N.Y. to explore how Dorothy Day’s movement responded to the H.I.V. and AIDS crisis. Journey into a part of the Catholic Worker that is rarely discussed: how one of the church’s most welcoming and radically hospitable ministries struggled over the issue of homosexuality, even in the face of AIDS. Hear gay Catholic Workers, journalists and authors, long-term H.I.V. survivors and individuals who worked alongside Dorothy Day speak about the complicated reality they faced.
Read more about the Friends of Dorothy Catholic Worker House in O’Loughlin’s article, How the Catholic Worker Movement inspired one couple to open their doors to people with AIDS.
This e

Cautionary Tales With Harper

Cautionary Tales With Harper

14: Stolen Identity | True Stories of Fake Identity

Your identity is what makes you, you. 

What happens when someone steals your identity and starts to claim they are you? 

What kind of damage can be done? 

That's what we talk about today on Cautionary Tales with Harper! 

The National Archives Podcast Series

The National Archives

Annual Digital Lecture 2020: The death of anonymity in the age of identity

The global datafication of economy, society and politics has rendered humans into constellations of datapoints. Technologies measure, monitor, predict and classify to enable personalization in the online and offline worlds alike, and we are increasingly offered bespoke realities: advertising, healthcare, government services, and recommendations uniquely targeted to us. The price is persistent identification: everywhere we […]

The Urban Exodus Podcast

Urban Exodus

A queer, trans farmer cultivating joy and greater diversity in agriculture | Bo Dennis of Dandy Ram Farm in Monroe, Maine

I’m excited to invite you to my conversation with Bo Dennis of Dandy Ram Farms. Bo is a flower farmer, a new farmer advocate and rural queer activist. This is an insightful and honest interview, and I’m very grateful for Bo’s trust in sharing his story on the podcast. As a queer and trans person who has lived in rural spaces his entire adult life, Bo’s lived experiences offer a glimpse into the hardships LGBTQ+ people still face when it comes to accessing health services, and feeling safe and accepted in their rural communities.He has lived in small towns throughout Maine, ranging from a small island of only 11 year-round residents to current hometown with 900 residents. Bo is deeply passionate about breaking down the many barriers in farming and speaks on the real need for more financial transparency and acknowledgment of privilege in the small-scale far

At a Distance

The Slowdown

Kate Orff on How Humans Can Rebuild Natural Systems

Episode sponsored by Château Troplong Mondot.

Living Corporate

Living Corporate, LLC

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Trap

Victorian Women's Trust

This is a series about love, abuse and power. Hosted by Jess Hill, this podcast looks deeply at abuse that happens in private, and in public, searching the world for answers to the questions that continue to confound us. Why does domestic abuse persist? Why do people become abusive? And what can we do to prevent it?


Mohsen Khodabakhshi

کلاف هشتم | کرونا (ویژه)

توی این اپیزود از کلاف با سارا صحبت کردم تا بهمون بگه چطور می‌تونیم از این برهه سخت -همه‌گیری کرونا- به سلامت عبور کنیم...

با تشکر ویژه از:
دکتر سارا اَزوجی

ما همه جا هستیم:
ایمیل | توییتر | اینستاگرام | تلگرام

Home. Made.

Rocket Mortgage

Rez Ball

Quiana Dishface knew that going to high school off the Navajo Nation was her best shot at going to college to play basketball. On the reservation, where they played fast paced rez ball, she was a star player. At her new school, however, she faced racism both on and off the court – and she had to adapt to a new, more traditional style of basketball that clashed with some of her rez ball strengths.But everything changed when her team was down one point near the end of a game, and her coach made the call: “give the ball to Q.”For more on the episode, go to

Tales From A Cult Insider

Jared Garrett

Here is a podcast where I tell stories about growing up in a fairly well-known cult in the UK and USA. Starting as the Process Church of the Final Judgement and morphing into the Foundation Faith of God- it was controversial in many ways. It evolved over the years and now has no religion, functioning solely as Best Friends Animal Society. The thing is, there's much that hasn't been told about 30+ kids that were 'raised' in this cult. Cult orphans is a fair way to describe us. These are stories of my growing up in this cult. Your questions will be answered. Thirty minutes or so. Support this podcast:



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Quiet Juice

Once upon a hyphen…

Some people have origin stories. Pardis Mahdavi has a hyphenation story. Her Iranian family was the target of a hate crime in Minnesota. She was stripped of her citizenship in Iran. Eventually she embraced the hyphen between the words ‘Iranian’ and ‘American’ as her identity: two cultures within one person. But what exactly is the […]

World in Progress | Deutsche Welle

DW.COM | Deutsche Welle

World in Progress: Pushing for change

Nairobi's biggest dumpsite holds over three times its capacity and is tearing at the seams. Residents sort through trash in the hopes to find something usable — be it recyclable goods or simply something to eat. And then there's crime. We also hear how female students have been speaking out against sexual harassment and abuse in Morocco and are finally being heard.

Faslah | فاصلة

Kerning Cultures Network

بين الزِحام، فاصِلة تغّير مسار حياتنا. بودكاست قصصي يناقش النقاط المفصليّة في حياتنا. فاصلة من إعداد وتقديم محمد جعفر، تحرير زين البستني، الهوية البصرية من تصميم هاجر الدغيمي والتأليف الموسيقي لكوثر مصطفى. برنامج فاصلة من إنتاج شبكة كيرنينج كلتشرز.

The Town That Knew Too Much


S2 Ep7: The Town That Knew Too Much: The Doughnut

The Doughnut. A giant circular low-rise office block in west Cheltenham; it is, jokingly I'm sure, said to look from above like a giant bullseye.

Here, the men and women of GCHQ go to work every day. Here they listen to the world. Here they keep tabs. And here, in 2013, their secrets spilled out to the world. This is the story of Edward Snowden and the GCHQ/NSA leaks, and how the secret world of surveillance was blown wide open almost a decade ago. What happened? And have things really changed?

Contributors to this episode: Geoff Dyer, Alan Rusbridger, Ewen MacAskill, James Ball, Michael S. Kinch, Sam Kean.

You also heard GCHQ by Markee Ledge, reproduced with permission, and voice acting by Scott Westwood.

This is the seventh, and final, episode of The Town That Knew Too Much, written, produced and presented by Nick Hilton.

The music is by Ge

Unearthed - Mysteries from an unseen world

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Dirt on our hands: Overcoming botany’s hidden legacy of inequality

Dirt on our hands: Overcoming botany’s hidden legacy of inequality 

In this special episode of Unearthed, professional plant geek, author, and broadcaster James Wong explores the histories of inequality and personal experiences that lie behind a seemingly democratic and wholesome world of plants. 

From the colonial history of plant collections and our perceptions of what form a ‘traditional’ garden should take, to accessing education, careers, and green spaces themselves, our relationship with nature is not without its barriers, some of which are still to be overcome.

Joined by a panel of contributors, James debates what could be done to make the garden, and all that comes with it, open to all.

Historians, practitioners, plant scientists and horticulturalists share their observations and knowledge on how the past and present are complicated by racial inequality, leg


Cited Media

Episode 28: After the Flood

2021 was a year of very ominous weather reports. There were unprecedented heat emergencies, wildfires, and Biblical floods. Meanwhile COVID-19, income inequality, and the overdose crisis continued to become more and more grim.  What would it feel like to endure all of this as a young person? What would it be like to try to … Continue reading Episode 28: After the Flood →

Mosul and the Islamic State

Mosul Podcast

Episode 4, Part 2: Never Again, Silence

The Mosuli resistance leads the struggle for justice and renewal for the city’s people. See for privacy and opt-out information.


Ældre Sagen

Afsked med en kold og lunefuld far

Eugen voksede op med en far, der var SS-officer. Faren var en afstumpet mand, som gjorde alt for at slippe af med sin søn. En dag traf Eugen en beslutning. Som 14-årig vendte han sin far ryggen og startede et liv for sig selv. Det blev vendepunktet i Eugens liv. Produceret af Liv Mygind for Ældre Sagen. Liv Mygind skriver en serie i Ældre Sagens medlemsblad om vendepunkterne, der gør os til dem, vi er.

Great Disasters

Kari Fay

9/11 - United 93

It was one of the most shocking events of modern times; an attack on an a scale previously unimaginable, and a day that should never be forgotten.Using contemporary accounts, the stories of witnesses and survivors, and the words of the victims, I'll tell the story of 9/11.This is a series in six parts. This episode looks at the hijacking of United Airlines Flight 93, and the brave actions of the passengers and crew on board.Visit for the full transcript and more.Check out the Great Disasters Podcast on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram - let me know what you think of the show.Support the show (


Auricle Productions

Threshold is a Peabody Award-winning public radio show and podcast that tackles one pressing environmental issue each season. We report the story where it's happening through a range of voices and perspectives. Our goal is to be a home for nuanced journalism about human relationships with the natural world. Season 1 -- "Oh Give Me a Home" Can we ever have wild, free-roaming bison again? Season 2 -- "Cold Comfort" Climate change in the Arctic through the eyes of people who live there. Season 3 -- "The Refuge" The controversy over drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

Aliens & Artists


Welcome to Aliens & Artists, a podcast dedicated to exploring how contact with non-human entities impacts human creativity and artistry.

Building Utopia: Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh

Rusty King

An Update on Building Utopia

A quick update about upcoming episodes of Building Utopia, as well as an exciting new project!

Deadly Misadventures

Deadly Misadventures | Wondery

The Luckiest Unluckiest Man

A Croatian man named Frane Selak has got to be either the luckiest man alive or the unluckiest. Whether you’re someone who sees the glass as being half full or half empty, Frane’s glass has definitely been filled with deadly misadventures.Writing and Research:Stephanie MooreSupport us by supporting our sponsors!Casper - Use code DICE at to receive $100 off your mattress order.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

GQ Talk



Silent Crash

1C Story Network

In the dark of night, a piece of legislation was signed into law on Mackinac Island last year. On July 2, 2021, it took effect - to the devastation of thousands. PA 21 gutted no-fault auto insurance - the program that Michigan drivers have paid into since 1973. If a Michigan driver was in a catastrophic car accident and needed ongoing medical care past what the initial insurance covered, that fund paid for it. For life. It's a promise Michigan made to its paying citizens. This isn't tax money. It's money those drivers paid into the fund through their insurance companies. WITH PA21, MICHIGAN SURVIVORS OF CATASTROPHIC AUTO CRASHES SUDDENLY GOT THEIR BENEFITS CUT BY A WHOPPING 45%. That’s 45% less in services they need to survive. It also limited the hours that these survivors can get care to 56 hours per week. That's one caregiver, eight hours per day instead of the team of round-the-clock medical professionals needed to sustain life. So far, 41 provider businesses have had to close their doors. They can't provide care at these new rates. More are closing every week. Survivors are being dropped off in Michigan emergency rooms and nursing homes by family members who are desperate to keep them alive and well. Two have already died. Senator Mike Shirkey says he wants to "wait and see what happens" before doing anything to reverse breaking the promise of care that Michigan drivers paid for since 1973. The fund has $23 billion in it. There's plenty of money. This care didn't need to be cut. But cut it they did. And now people are suffering. Some are dying. It has to be fixed now. So we're getting loud. You can help. Follow or subscribe to the Silent Crash podcast. Rate it. The more who do that, the more those legislators know that the Silent Crash they caused is becoming a roar that will not be ignored. Our lives depend on it. Silent Crash: The Quiet Unraveling of Michigan's Auto No-fault and the Destruction of Lives is a production of the 1C Story Network.

Martes De Misterio

Martín Echevarría

Casos reales de misterio y horror. Testimonios en primera persona. Entrevistas e investigaciones. Conduce: Martín Echevarría (@martinderadio). [PODCAST: Todos los Martes subimos un nuevo episodio de nuestros archivos para que puedas oír desde cualquier dispositivo]. Si tienes una historia para contarnos éstos son nuestros contactos: +5492236201626 (Whatsapp Producción) // @martesdemisterio (Instagram) // @martesmisterio (Twitter) //

The Firefighters Podcast with Rob Serra

Righteous Media

The Firefighters Podcast is the hottest podcast in America, literally. Host Rob Serra, FDNY (ret.) is a 9/11 First Responder, an advocate, a dad and an all around great guy. Recored in Staten Island the pod will inform and connect a hungry audience and create a home for the country’s 1.15 million firefighters — and their friends, families and fans. And they’ve got a lot of fans. Host Rob Serra is authentic as it gets. Born and raised in Staten Island, New York, his first day on the job was September 11th. He’s been directly involved advocating for the health issues first responders have experienced as a result ever since. The show will include interviews with firefighters and first responders, celebrities, and the always popular and delicious Firehouse cooking segment. Everybody loves firefighters. Now they have a podcast.

Days Like These - True Stories

ABC Radio

BONUS | Earshot | Easy Love

Days Like These is taking a break for the summer, but while we’re away we wanted to share with you some of our favourite true story podcasts.

One Sunday evening, widower Warren Kirk was home alone and decided to do something he'd never done before in his life.

He rang an escort service. Hear other great stories like this on Earshot, on Radio National and on podcast.

The Vietnamese Boat People

#34 - PodSwap! Dear Asian Americans

Bonus Episode, Dear Asian Americans: a podcast for and by Asian Americans, rooted in origin, identity, and legacy. Host Jerry Won brings on guests from diverse backgrounds and career paths to celebrate, support, and inspire the Asian American community. 
In this bonus episode: Lisa Tran, owner of Tân Tân Foods, joins Tiffany guest host of Dear Asian Americans for an open and personal conversation about the American origin story of the Tran family, how the early years of American life shaped her identity, and how she fell in love with and innovated her family business to grow it into Tân Tân Foods.
Lisa Tran was born in an Indonesian refugee camp, after her parents had successfully fled Vietnam following the Fall of Saigon. Lisa’s parents, Vinh Tran and Mai Nguyen, fled in a tiny fishing boat carrying 13 refugees in 1976 and were sponsored to Oregon in 1981. Many years later, they opened Tân Tân Cafe & Delicatessen in the Portland

Long Lost: An Investigative History Series

Twin Cities PBS

A special investigative history series hosted by author Jack El-Hai, from Twin Cities PBS. The Klein brothers, Kenny, David, and Danny, ages 8, 6 and 4, left for Farview Park in Minneapolis’ Northside on Nov. 10th, 1951 and were never seen again. Police closed the case after 5 days, but the Klein family and their community never stopped looking. Long Lost will explore the incident, the family’s dogged pursuit of the truth, and the work of investigators who recently discovered important new clues and identified suspects.

The Unfiltered History Tour

VICE World News

In school you learn about museums but you’re never taught to question how their collections ended up in their hands. According to many people, the British Museum is the world’s largest receiver of stolen goods. VICE World News brings you the stories of ten of these objects, told to you by people from the countries they were taken from.

Żurnalista - Rozmowy bez kompromisów.


To coś zupełnie różnego niż szeroko rozumiany wywiad bardziej naśladuje to pierwszą kawę dwóch wcześniej obcych dla siebie jednostek. Gdzie nie będę boksował się z kimś o poglądy, a chcę posłuchać dlaczego taki jest, co go ukształtowało, a co zniszczyło. Jest tyle równoległych środowisk i żyć jak e-sport, artyści czy naukowcy z których próbuję wyciągnąć prawdę. Taką na którą ich stać. Przekrzykiwanie w mediach to nie rozmowy bez kompromisów, a frustracja. Tu chcę by każdy wybrzmiał, nawet jeżeli fałszuje. Kontakt:

20 for 20

Iron Light Labs

Michael Daly: The FDNY Chaplain, My Friend, Who Died With His Firefighters

Michael Daly is the author of “The Book of Mychal”, the biography of the most loved FDNY Chaplain, Father Mychal Judge. Father bravely entered the World Trade Center with those he served and died with them. One of the most fascinating characters in our history, he was close friends with firefighters, AIDS patients, Mayor Rudy Giuliani, alcoholics, and the homeless.

DOCUMENTED. Miracles Happening Today

Melissa Cutter

Do you question whether God is still at work today? Could your faith use a boost of encouragement? Going through something and want to hear how God intervened in a similar situation? You have found your podcast!

Anti-MLM Adventures with Jess Unfiltered

Jess Unfiltered

mk mag

In this episode, I walk through the Mary Kay Lookbook that I acquired at a craft fair.

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In The Wild

Plummeted from the Sky

In 1971 at the age of 17, Juliane Koepcke took a flight from her hometown of Lima, Peru to Pucallpa, Peru with her mother that would forever haunt her and yet inspire those who hear her story. Juliane grew up in Lima, but in her teens, her parents (both scientists) established a biological research station, Panguana, exploring flora and fauna biodiversity and ecological relationships.Support this podcast at — Inquiries: & Opt-Out:

In Touch with Ruby Rare

Broccoli Productions

Human Rights and Wrongs

During the 1990's the prevelance of HIV increased across the mainstream media in part due to celebrities taking to the world stage to disclose their diagnosis. First it was Magic Johnson, a week later singer Freddy Mercury would announce he had aids. He died the next day. Then there would be tennis star Arthur Ashe who had contracted the virus during a blood transfusion in 1982. Up to 5000 peope were thought to have been infected with HIV via contaminated blood transfusion in the 1980's. This episode looks at the role the media and the government played in stigma and those who fought to dispel it. 

This Episode is dedicated to memory of Jonny Cooper. 

We Were Always Here is produced and sound designed by Hana Walker-Brown

This is a Broccoli Production.

If you have been affected by the themes in this episode a list of resources and helplines can be found below:<

Pit Perspectives UNC

Pit Perspectives UNC

Pit Perspectives is a podcast made by UNC students, for UNC students. We record your opinions in The Pit, add commentary and supplementary materials, and create episodes on relevant social issues facing college students at UNC and other colleges.

Triple Bi-Pass

JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Life Gets Real

Ann Reed

Welcome to Life Gets Real! Hosted by singer/songwriter/author Ann Reed, it’s a series of interviews with women, all of them over 60. It’s conversations about experiences of life so far, what’s behind, and what’s ahead. With heart and humor, we talk about grief, love, loss, hope — what happened and how did we get to be where we are right now. It’s women’s stories.

Legends and Tales of the Pacific Northwest

Olde Mountain Media

"Everything your history teacher forgot to tell you." In the Pacific Northwest you’ll find dark forests, foreboding mountains, dormant volcanoes, unusual wildlife and a rich history of innovation. It’s a land of opportunity, and a territory of dreams. Visions of success, ambitions of entrepreneurship, and stories of triumph are everywhere. But what if I told you there was an unknown side to this vast land? What if I told you… your history teachers may have left out the good stuff? Legends and Tales of the Pacific Northwest is a show that dives into the mysterious… the forgotten… the untold truths... the mayhem. Everything from mining ghost towns, to explorers and local legends, this show tells what your history teacher forgot to, and will reshape your perspective. Take hold of your mental growth and do what millions of others have already discovered. Seize the day and take hold of your inner wellbeing. For 10% your first month of incredible online therapy, visit or for LGBTQIA+ support.



Forced Silence

Sexual Violence is endemic around the world, and frequently used to silence women. Egypt is no exception. But some women in the country have started to speak up about their experiences of sexual harassment and assault. In this final episode, Hind goes to Egypt and reports out a story that includes an exclusive account of the infamous Fairmont rape case.For resources on sexual harassment and assault go to in the U.S. and in Egypt. See for privacy and opt-out information.


Fabio Fabiano



Narcissists in divorce – the lure, the loss and the law.

Karin Walker and Dr Supriya McKenna

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women (HERO)

Foreign Policy magazine

The Women Setting the Gender Equality Agenda

When we considered what to do for this last episode of the Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women’s first season, it was hard to think of the right people to interview. Who could really comment on what women are facing in the entire world? Thankfully, we were able to connect with two of the most influential women in the world fighting for global gender equality. They reflect on some of the themes we covered on the podcast and what they’re doing to move these issues forward.Host Reena Ninan first talks to Melanne Verveer, currently the executive director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security. U.S. President Barack Obama nominated Verveer to serve as the first-ever ambassador for global women’s issues in 2009. Before that, Verveer was chief of staff to Hillary Clinton when Clinton was the first lady.Then, Ninan hears from UN Women Deputy Executive Director Anita Bhatia. UN Women is a part of the United Nations that

Other: Mixed Race in America

The Washington Post

A magical web series, a rock concert, and transplant shock

In the podcast finale, we talk to author Ruth Ozeki and actor Katie Malia about not seeing their perspectives reflected in pop culture -- and about the power of creating a culture that does.

A life with schizophrenia


What people go through everyday with what they face

حبر الذاكرة

تنوين بودكاست | Tanween Podcast

حبر الذاكرة، برنامج يذاع صوتياً نتحدث فيه على لسان شخصيات صنعت فارقاً في هذا العالم أو شاركت في كتابة التاريخ، نقتبس قصصهم من سيرهم الذاتية وننقلها لكم في حلقة شهرية عبر تنوين بودكاست 

WACO: The Inside Story

Shine Productions

Waco: what really happened? For 51 days the world was gripped by the siege at Mt. Carmel, home to a community of devout Christians. Global media held the world spellbound spinning the tale of a deranged cult leader, David Koresh, and his seduced followers, who they claimed committed mass suicide, with 76 men women and children perishing in a fiery blaze on the Texas plains. David Thibodeau walked out, alive. This is his story. What the media, government and law enforcement agencies didn’t want you to know.

True Crimes in Texas - Unsolved & Solved

Emma Frailey

learn about crimes that happened in Texas!

A República das Milícias


Baseado no livro homônimo de Bruno Paes Manso, A República das Milícias é um podcast original Globoplay produzido pela Rádio Novelo. Em oito episódios, a série mergulha no submundo fluminense para entender como o Rio de Janeiro se tornou um território em disputa. Ficha técnica: Pesquisa, reportagem e apresentação: Bruno Paes Manso Coordenação: Vitor Hugo Brandalise Roteiro: Aurélio de Aragão e Vitor Hugo Brandalise Produção: Gabriela Varella e Marcelle Darrieux Direção criativa: Paula Scarpin Direção de estratégia: Kellen Moraes Produção executiva: Guilherme Alpendre Apoio de pesquisa: Vitor Hugo Brandalise Apoio de produção: Julia Sena, Bárbara Rubira, Renan Sukevicius Captação de som: Rafael Facundo Montagem: Lucca Mendez Sonorização: Paula Scarpin Finalização e mixagem: João Jabace e Luis Rodrigues Promoção: Bia Ribeiro e Juliana Jaeger Música original e identidade sonora: Pedro Leal David Transcrição: Isabella Athayde, Nathalia Athayde, Nino Bloch, Julio Delmanto, Henrique Gasperin, Pedro Gutman e Rodolfo Vianna

Great Lakes Lore

Cheeso Media LLC

What happens when two historians interested in the paranormal meet up? They start a podcast, of course! Join Samantha and Aaron as they discuss legends and lore of the Great Lakes Region. Expect lots of conversation, thorough research, and plenty of sarcasm (when justified). From ghosts to ghost towns and from mythical creatures to UFOs, Great Lakes Lore looks at it all with a scholarly, yet affectionate eye.

Message in a Bottle with Kaleigh Karnal

Kaleigh Karnal

Hosted by college senior & pretend journalist Kaleigh Karnal, the Message in a Bottle podcast takes a closer look at the world of anonymous (sperm) donation from the perspectives of donor conceived people & donors themselves. She sits down with her own sperm donor, half-siblings, and other members of the donor-conceived community to talk about ethical implications, DCP rights, & what makes a family. Stream on Spotify and Apple Podcasts! CONTACT: KALEIGHKARNAL2@GMAIL.COM Support this podcast:

Dead Souls Social Club

Dead Souls Network

The Dead Souls Social Club tackles the dark, gruesome, mysterious, strange and truly horrific — Host Jamie Black and his ‘Social club’ of friends, conduct investigations and research into a multitude of dark subjects - Looking for the truth amongst the myth and disinformation. If you want to hear about serial killers, conspiracies, cults or just outright dark history, Dead Souls Social Club will bring you the facts, the truth and some astonishing interviews & investigations. Join us on our journey into the darkness….

Reading Reddit Posts

Reading Reddit Posts

Hi Everyone, I bring reddit posts to life by reading them out loud and adding my own personal touch and commentary. This podcast is perfect for those on the go or those who may be visually impaired. Feel free to reach out to me through my various profiles linked in the descriptions of any episode if you have a post or subreddit you would like me to read. Please consider subscribing to my YouTube channel as well, it really helps out!

(De eso no se habla)

(De eso no se habla)

El eco de los aplausos

En 2020, durante el primer confinamiento, salíamos todos los días a aplaudir a médicas, enfermeros, auxiliares administrativos, conductoras de ambulancia... ¿Cómo están ahora? Eso nos preguntábamos también nosotras, y por eso empezamos a hablar con médicas de Atención Primaria de la Comunidad de Madrid. Nos contaron que, cuando los aplausos se acabaron, llegó el peor momento para ellas: el verano fue desolador. Y que hoy, un año después, poco parece haber cambiado. 

En este episodio especial, les cedemos los micrófonos a Berta y a Clara, dos médicas de Atención Primaria que son, también, amigas. A Berta le prestamos una grabadora para que se grabara mientras pasaba consulta. A Clara tuvimos que grabarla en su casa, porque ya no tiene consulta: hace un año que ha renunciado a su plaza. Sus voces se van tejiendo para contarnos lo que no vemos, pero sí sufrimos, en los centros de salud de la Comunidad de Madrid.

Matryoshka | ماتريوشكا

Sowt | صوت

الموت في فلسطين: عرس الشهادة

عندما يتعلّق الأمر بالشهادة أو الموت بنيران الاحتلال الإسرائيلي، يتعايش ألم الفقدان مع الشعور بالفخر والاحتفاء؛ يأخذ ذلك شكلاً مجتمعيًا في الغالب، حيث تُزيّن بيوت الشهداء والشهيدات بالأعلام، وتُطلق الزغاريد في جنازاتهم.

نستمع في هذه الحلقة لـ سلوى حمّاد، منسّقة الحملة الوطنية لاسترداد جثامين الشهداء والكشف عن مصير المفقودين؛ والتي بحكم عملها دخلت بيوت الشهداء والشهيدات باستمرار لـ ٦ سنوات، وراقبت الحدث عن قُرب.

هذه واحدة من حلقات «الموت في فلسطين» من بودكاست ماتريوشكا.

إعداد وكتابة وتقديم محمود الخواجا، تحرير تالا العيسى. بحث: روان نخلة. هندسة صوتية: محمود أبو ندى.

أُنتجت هذه الحلقات بتعاون من مركز القدس للمساعدة القانونية وحقوق الإنسان.



In this six-part podcast series, we showcase stories of refugees as they adjust to their new lives in Virginia. These personal stories are woven together with useful teaching moments about the resettlement process. Season one will consist of six thematic episodes, which aim to bring the listener into the daily lives of refugees through field interviews (at home, work and school), personally-recorded audio diaries and reflective studio interviews.Hosted by Ahmed Badr, a writer, social entrepreneur, poet, and former Iraqi refugee working at the intersection of creativity, displacement, and youth empowerment. On July 25th, 2006, Ahmed's home in Baghdad was bombed by militia troops. He and his family relocated to Syria as refugees before receiving approval to move to the United States. Ahmed is the founder of Narratio, a platform for youth empowerment publishing artwork from around the globe. In the last three years, these storytelling initiatives have reached over 20 million people across the world. In September of 2018, Ahmed was selected as one of 17 UN Young Leaders by the Secretary General’s Envoy on Youth.Visit for more information and additional content.

La Hora Más Oscura

La Hora Más Oscura

Podcast formado por amigos malhablados con gusto por el terror tocando temas sobre crimen, fenómenos paranormales y casos inexplicables.

Not Me, Not Today Podcast

Not Me, Not Today Podcast

History has given us some of the most incredible survival tales known to mankind. People who have survived against all odds and said Not Me, Not Today to death. Whether it's plane crashes, jungle survival, lost at sea, abduction or even medical anomalies, we explore it all. Each week we take a look at a survivor, we discuss the ordeal, what happened afterwards and where they are now. Join us on the Not Me, Not Today Podcast.