The Madness of Chartrulean
The Madness of Chartrulean is a full cast audio drama that uses a blend of science fiction and fantasy genres to examine the definition of progress. Chartrulean’s discovery of a new controversial form of energy ends a war, and now a fraught political landscape lies ahead. But being the “most powerful man on Arcas” isn’t something he is equipped to handle on his own. Broken and full of doubt, Chartrulean worries how his work will impact the future. Will the Age of Azurea be Arcas’ rebirth, or humanity's downfall? Become a paid subscriber to listen to new episodes before anyone else!
Otherworld tells real stories of people who have experienced something paranormal or unexplainable. Host Jack Wagner takes an open minded and journalistic approach to the subject matter and aims to uncover some of the biggest mysteries of the world and how people react to it.
Hungry for History with Eva Longoria and Maite Gomez-Rejón
Hosts EVA LONGORIA and MAITE GOMEZ-REJÓN explore the origins of some of the most delicious dishes, ingredients, and beverages from their culture. They’ll share personal memories and family stories, decode culinary customs, and even provide a recipe for listeners to try at home. Through lighthearted dialogue and historical facts, our hosts will take us on a culinary journey that will connect our past with our present and prove that we are all Hungry for History.
The Burnt Teddy Bear Podcast
Now I can almost guarantee that you won't learn anything here. Or can I? I'm not sure. This whole thing is random...or something like that. Get lost in tangents, rants, adventures, conversation, and more with a teenage host way too chatty and fickle-minded for her own good. Don't Forget to subscribe to the podcast See podvine.com/privacy-policy for podcast listener privacy info.
Your ticket to backstage conversations with world-renowned musicians. Join MET Opera Principal Trumpet David Krauss for candid and compelling discussions with today’s top performers as they speak about their creative process and lives as artists. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Through The Fire
Through the Fire is a podcast and video series about overcoming adversity, re-framing misfortune, and celebrating courage hosted by country musician Don Amero. Guests will share their stories from 'fire to fortune' as listeners live through their moments of courage and lessons learned along the way. When we approach difficult discussions with kindness and love, we can face the complexity of being human together.
It happened on a frigid winter night. First, a sudden moment of terror. Then, a frantic search to find a costumed killer. “Internal Affairs,” Dateline’s next original podcast series, takes us to northern Colorado, and into an obsessive and deadly romantic affair. Reported by Josh Mankiewicz, it’s a story about bad choices, a fatal attraction and men and women who proudly wore badges at work--while living lies at home. And when the day of reckoning came, the people with the badges had to investigate their own.
Zaya, a Middle Eastern college student living in Brooklyn, finds her world shattered when her older brother Ramses is violently kidnapped before her eyes. In her quest to bring him home, Zaya pursues the truth at any cost — and soon learns there was much more to Ramses than she had ever known. As time starts to run out, Zaya must reckon with the fact that even if she sees her brother again, the perfect man she thought he was is lost to her forever. “Zaya” is created & directed by Inanna Sarkis. Written by Inanna Sarkis and Ankesh Chandaria. Featuring original music by Sicker Man. Starring Inanna Sarkis, Hayley Law, Samer Salem, Suki Waterhouse, Jacob Batalon, and Matthew Noszka. Presented by Realm.
Forbidden History is a documentary podcast series which explores the past’s darkest corners, sheds light on the lives of intriguing individuals, and uncovers the truth buried deep in history’s most controversial legacies. Hosted by Janine Harouni, each episode will delve into the history archives to reveal new perspectives on familiar stories. Series one starts 12th October.
Rachel Maddow Presents: Ultra
Sitting members of Congress aiding and abetting a plot to overthrow the government. Insurrectionists criminally charged with plotting to end American democracy for good. Justice Department prosecutors under crushing political pressure. Rachel Maddow Presents: Ultra is the all-but-forgotten true story of good, old-fashioned American extremism getting supercharged by proximity to power. When extremist elected officials get caught plotting against America with the violent ultra right, this is the story of the lengths they will go to… to cover their tracks. Follow now and join Rachel Maddow for the first two episodes on October 10th.
Meet Sloane. She's 15 years old, and she knows everything about the NBA! In each show, Sloane chats with some of the NBA's biggest names like Blake Griffin and Dwight Howard, as well as NBA Legends like Richard Jefferson and Baron Davis. Find out what these greats were like when they were teenagers and how those years formed who they became. Plus, lots of fun games like "Takes Hotter than Kelly Oubre JR" and "Mugsy or Manute." will test them and Sloane's knowledge of the NBA.
The Walk Home
The 2020 police killing of Manuel "Manny" Ellis, a Black man in Tacoma, brought a reckoning to Washington State and has set up what promises to be one of the highest-profile trials in Pacific Northwest history. The story is profiled in a new podcast, The Walk Home, produced by KNKX News and The Seattle Times.
Funny Cuz It's True with Elyse Myers
Hello, and welcome to my podcast. I first went viral on TikTok after telling the story of how I got stuck buying 100 tacos on a first date. Since then, it’s been a wild and crazy ride. I now have millions of eyeballs watching my videos on a daily basis (which is just a terrifying number of eyeballs, honestly). Each week on my podcast Funny Cuz It’s True, I’ll be sitting down with my favorite creators, friends and comedians to find the stories that have stuck with them and changed their lives in small ways. Not so funny moments that have become funny over time. I want to know how they handled these situations and learned to laugh about them years later. How do they do it? Great question, I’d love to tell you (but you have to listen to find out).
Welcome to “Chasing Sleep” an iHeart Radio podcast in collaboration with Mattress Firm. In every episode, we’ll talk to people whose careers, passions and locations impact their ability to get what we think of as conventional sleep. As we explore their worlds, we’ll discover how they sleep well so they can live well. Follow fascinating people, including an astronaut, a wildlife photographer, and an endurance athlete, and learn their secrets to getting great sleep wherever they are.
Earshot: Promise Me
Earshot is going seasonal, welcome to our first season Promise Me. How easy is it to make a promise? What happens when you don't deliver? In these eight deeply personal stories you'll hear promises made, broken, kept, and stretched. Come ride a rollercoaster of trust, hope, betrayal, love and loss: from the funny to the devastating. Eavesdrop on life as it's lived.
In December of the year 2000, an unknown male broke into a suburban Tokyo home and killed an entire family. Despite leaving thousands of pieces of evidence in the house, including his clothes, the murder weapon, his DNA, his blood, even his excrement—we are no closer to knowing this man’s identity. There’s no clear motive. And no sign of the case being closed. The Miyazawa family murders are a paradox. They’re a case which has haunted Tokyo police for 22 years now. A case which should be solved. But one which has far more questions than answers.
In 1961, Norma and Mel Gabler were a quiet couple living in Longview, Texas. One day, they noticed some factual errors in one of their sons’ textbooks. What began as a small complaint morphed into a multi-decade crusade to shape what children of Texas — and therefore the country — read in their textbooks. In an election year with raging debates around education, this audio documentary charts how Texas dictated American education over the last sixty years and examines how the fight over our childrens’ classroom has only intensified today.
All Relative: Defining Diego
Defining Diego is the story of one Guatemalan adoptee and his mother, a reporter who documented their journey from his earliest steps, as they try to understand how international adoption boomed and busted, and what it all means for families like theirs, with feet in two worlds. When Laurie Stern set out to adopt a baby from Guatemala in 1999, she thought the process would be pretty straightforward. Lots of people were doing it. But the adoption was held up just as she went to Guatemala to get her son, Diego. That began a journey of discovery. What unfolds is the story of why international adoption peaked — and then collapsed — in Guatemala. It is also the story of how Diego, now 24, learned to be a Maya man with deep roots both in his birth village and Minnesota, where he still lives. Now, Diego has questions about his adoption, too — like why tiny Guatemala was such a popular choice for many adoptive parents in the U.S. and Europe in the early 2000s. As one of more than 50,000 Guatemalan adoptees, Diego’s still figuring out what it means to be Guatemalan, American, indigenous Tzutujil, and an adoptee raised by white parents in St. Paul, Minnesota. At its heart, Defining Diego is a deeply personal narrative: of a mother and son grappling with big questions about identity and health, and the meaning of home and family. Using 20+ years of the family’s archive recordings, we hear Diego grow up — and begin his own journey of self-discovery. Season 1 of All Relative — known as BioHacked: Family Secrets — focuses on the fertility industry and how the now-adult children of anonymous sperm and egg donors are trying to change the baby business. Want the full story? Unlock all episodes of All Relative: Defining Diego, ad-free right now by subscribing to The Binge - All Episodes. All at Once. Plus you’ll unlock brand new stories, dropping every month - that’s all episodes, all at once, all ad-free. Just click ‘try free’ on the top of the All Relative: Defining Diego show page on Apple Podcasts to start your free trial or visit GetTheBinge.com to get access wherever you listen. Find out more about The Binge and other podcasts from Sony Music Entertainment at sonymusic.com/podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Rewatcher: Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Welcome to the Hellmouth Weirdos! Your favorite Morbid hosts Ash and Alaina are branching out from true crime and heading to Sunnydale for the ultimate Buffy the Vampire Slayer Rewatch podcast! Alaina is a Buffy superfan and Ash has never watched a single episode, so whether you’re Team Angel, Team Spike, or have no clue who those people are…they’ve got you covered! Join them each week as they slay their way through the series, episode by episode, re-watching, and watching for the very first time. They’ll break down Buffy and her friends adventures through weekly recaps, categories, and awards while Ash takes some (wooden stake) stabs at predicting what she thinks will happen next. They'll also welcome the occasional Buffy cast member, guest star, or celebrity superfan to join in the slaying.New episodes come out every Monday or you can listen early on Amazon Music or early and ad-free by subscribing to Wondery+ on Apple Podcasts or in the Wondery app.
Unsealed: The Tylenol Murders
In 1982, the nation was living in fear. One by one people in the Chicago area were dying. No one knew why — or who would be next. Law enforcement mobilized to answer the what, who and why. The what was Tylenol, laced with cyanide, placed randomly on store shelves to kill unsuspecting victims. But the who and the why? That would elude investigators for decades. If you think you know the story of the Tylenol Murders, think again. Award-winning Chicago Tribune investigative reporters Christy Gutowski and Stacy St. Clair uncover new and critical clues in law enforcement’s latest — and possibly last — attempt at closing one of the nation's most infamous unsolved cases.
What does it take to become a beloved podcast host? Sound Judgment goes behind the scenes with today's great hosts to learn how they make their audio storytelling magic. We’ll explore their creative choices by pulling apart one episode at a time, together. Join us every other week.
Bone Valley is a 9-episode true crime podcast. New episodes are available for free every Wednesday. In 1987, 18-year-old Michelle Schofield was found dead in a phosphate pit in Florida. Two years later, her husband Leo was convicted and sentenced to life in prison. Fifteen years later, previously unidentified fingerprints matched Jeremy Scott--a violent teenager who lived nearby. Jeremy has since confessed to Michelle’s murder. Yet Leo Schofield remains behind bars. In this groundbreaking podcast, Bone Valley host Gilbert King uncovers startling new evidence that Jeremy is responsible for a string of murders. King is the author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Devil in the Grove, which led to the exonerations of four innocent men. Bone Valley is a production of Lava for Good Podcasts in association with Signal Co. No1.
What do you get when a Japanese Jewish woman, a Korean woman and a Nigerian Malawian woman get together to chat about living, working and raising families in Australia? You get Like Us, a podcast hosted by Anna Song, Noè Harsel and Zione Walker-Nthenda. They're three Australian women from different cultural backgrounds, discussing their personal relationship with Australia and Australia’s relationship with them.
My Little Pony: The Podcast
Join popstar Princess Pipp Petals and her trusty pony producer Jazz Hooves in the all-new podcast series, My Little Pony: The Podcast. With eight episodes filled with fun life lessons, music and guest appearances from all your mane friends in Equestria, everypony can learn how to make their mark and celebrate what makes them unique! It’s going to be ICONIC! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
SNAFU with Ed Helms
Hosted by Ed Helms, SNAFU is a podcast about history's greatest screw-ups. On Season 1, we tell the story of Able Archer 83, the NATO military exercise that almost caused a nuclear war in November of 1983... or did it?
Hallway To Nowhere
Hallway To Nowhere is a microfiction horror podcast about isolation, escape, and that which is almost familiar. The story follows Jessica, a young woman trapped in a series of endless hallways. Only Nocturn and Oasis, two cold AIs, are there to keep her company. Jessica is just about to give up, until she comes across a mysterious device. Through this device, Jessica meets Iris, a kind and caring voice that promises to guide her to freedom. As they traverse through increasingly surreal yet familiar levels, Jessica finally feels hope that she’ll be free once more. But Nocturn and Oasis have other ideas in store…
Ashley Judd explores the thrilling stories behind important scientific discoveries in a new 12-episode series based on the book "Discovering Us: 50 Great Discoveries in Human Evolution."
The Langley Files: A CIA Podcast
The mission of The Langley Files: A CIA Podcast is to educate and connect with the general public, sharing insight into the Agency’s core mission, capabilities, and agility as an intelligence leader…and to share some interesting stories along the way! Each episode is approximately 15-30 minutes in length and will feature our hosts leading conversations with a range of special guests.
Black British Lives Matter with Lenny Henry and Marcus Ryder
A podcast investigating what it means to be Black in Britain today, from exposing the racism to celebrating the joy in every walk of life. Sir Lenny Henry and Marcus Ryder sit down with prominent Black British figures and explore the simple question: How do we make Black British Lives Matter? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Ballad of Uncle Drank
Introducing the story of legendary beach country musician, Uncle Drank (Will Sasso). This comedic musical podcast also stars Luke Wilson, Chelcie Lynn, Kinky Friedman and Billy Zane - as a talking blender named BLENDY. This 8-part series hits like a blended daiquiri full of stories, complete with missing brain cells and certified Uncle Drank Gulf and Western country classics! With original songs featuring Brian Kelley, Uncle Kracker, Snow and more! From Audio Up and SiriusXM!
The Randy Rainbow Podcast
Randy Rainbow is attempting something no one has ever done before: podcasting! Randy embarks on his latest comedic journey with compelling interviews, hilarious sketches, and show-stopping musical performances. It’s all the Randy you want and less on The Randy Rainbow Podcast!
Power Lines: From Ukraine to the World
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has changed the world. The war’s significance in the 21st century is unparalleled: its reverberations can be felt not just in Kyiv and Moscow, but from Beijing to Washington DC. So how did this country on the Eastern edge of Europe come to play such a significant role in geopolitical events? Why is its future so pivotal to Europe’s stability? And, crucially, how have the conflict’s consequences affected the lives of the people who call Ukraine their home? This series will hear top global minds discuss everything from Eastern European history to modern global food security, as led by Kyiv Independent hosts, Jakub Parusinski and Anastasiia Lapatina. Combining on-the-ground expertise with a global perspective, Power Lines explores the impact and influence of the war on 21st-century geopolitics, global power structures and the survival and self-determination of the Ukrainian people. Sign up for 'Power Lines +' for subscriber-only bonus eps featuring extended and behind-the-scenes guest interviews on Apple and Spotify. Support The Kyiv Independent by finding us on our Patreon: patreon.com/kyivindependent Also find us on our website at messageheard.com, or on our Power Lines Twitter, or our Message Heard Twitter as well as Instagram and Facebook. You can also follow The Kyiv Independent on Twitter and Facebook, and Instagram to get latest news and to stay up to date with our coverage.
From the team behind Unorthodox—the #1 Jewish podcast—comes a new eight-part series detailing the hidden history of Jews and the Ivy League. Gatecrashers tells the story of how Jews fought for acceptance at elite schools, and how the Jewish experience in the Ivy League shaped American higher education, and shaped America at large. Hosted by Mark Oppenheimer, each episode focuses on one Ivy League school: Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth, Columbia, Brown, Cornell, and the University of Pennsylvania.
Walks Of Life
In every episode of this anonymous audio time capsule, one Gen Zer from around the country tells a story to the world as they take a walk through their neighborhood. No script, no interviewer, no filter. From big cities to small towns, encompassing all genders, sexualities, ethnicities and religions, our subjects speak directly into the microphone sharing their greatest hopes and challenges. WALKS OF LIFE is a gripping social experiment, focused on deeply personal stories from people just like us. Created by Kareem Rahma and Produced by In The Know, SomeFriends and SALT.
Wolves Among Us
On the surface, there was nothing remarkable about Larry Lavin. He lived in a quiet neighborhood with his wife and family, drove a Volvo, and practiced dentistry in Philadelphia. But, from 1978 to 1984, Dr. Lavin moonlighted as one of the largest cocaine kingpins on the Eastern Seaboard. Through the voices and perspectives of law enforcement, drug runners, friends, business associates and Larry Lavin himself, Wolves Among Us, Season One, The Larry Lavin Story, tells the story of Lavin’s dual life, his impact on Philadelphia culture in the late 70s and early 80s, and the stunning events that led to an intense manhunt for one of the FBI’s 10 most wanted fugitives. Wolves Among Us is a presentation and creation of Peabody-nominated C13Originals, a Cadence13 Studio.
Death of an Artist
Was the famous sculptor Carl Andre involved in the death of his up-and-coming artist wife Ana Mendieta? For over 35 years, accusations of murder shrouded one of the art world’s most storied couples. They were a textbook case of opposites attract. Andre was famous, rich, white, and within the small coterie of the artworld, powerful. Mendieta was a Cuban refugee, a woman, working at the edge of the Avant Garde. Just months after their wedding, Andre called 911 saying they had a fight and Mendieta “went out the window” of their 34th floor apartment. Andre was charged with murder and the art world split in two. Host Helen Molesworth revisits Mendieta’s death and the trial that followed, and interrogates both the silence and the protest that have accompanied this story ever since. Death of an Artist is a co-production between Pushkin Industries, Somethin’ Else, and Sony Music Entertainment.
Can I tell you a secret?
It starts the same way... A seemingly innocent message from someone who appears to be a young woman: ‘Can I tell you a secret?’ But as this six-part podcast explores, people are rarely their true selves online – and one man took it much further. What happened when this cyberstalker wreaked havoc across the internet and ruined people’s lives. And why did he do it?Can I Tell You A Secret - a Guardian podcast series about obsession, fear, and the lives we lead online
Introducing: Roundabout, an Acast Creative podcast about road trips, presented by State Farm. Join everyday folks — and a few names you know! — as they relive the sometimes hectic, sometimes hilarious, always heartwarming moments from the road that brought them closer together. It's all about the journey, baby! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
River Donaghey grew up in a cult. Or at least that’s what some people called it. His parents called it a “personal-growth seminar group.” Its leader called it “one big happy family.” But there was a dark side to the world River grew up in. One he never heard about as a kid. In the 1970s and 80s, a self-help company called Lifespring took America by storm. Hundreds of thousands of people walked out of Lifespring as true believers, convinced that the seminars had the power to change the world. But dozens of trainees claimed that after taking a seminar, they had a psychotic break. Some spent months in the hospital. Others attempted suicide. And at least four people died. River spent the past year digging into the bizarre, untold story of Lifespring and its controversial leader: a convicted felon turned New Age guru named John Hanley. What he uncovered made him question everything he thought he knew about his childhood. And about the seminars that are still changing lives—and ruining them—to this day.
This is History: A Dynasty to Die For
Power, greed, religion and sex: historian Dan Jones brings the drama of medieval history alive through compelling stories, larger-than-life characters and vivid scenes. In the first season, get to know the most dysfunctional family of the Middle Ages – the Plantagenets – and find out how their scandalous betrayals and bloody politics shaped the world we live in today. A Somethin’ Else & Sony Music Entertainment production. Find more great podcasts from Sony Music Entertainment at sonymusic.com/podcasts To bring your brand to life in this podcast, email firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For every story that runs, countless others are killed before anyone gets the chance to read them. KILLED reveals the true stories behind reporting that was once considered too dangerous, too fringe, too…SOMETHING…by the media. With help from some of the biggest names in magazines, Justine Harman brings dead stories back to life.
With one squeeze of a trigger, or flash of a blade, the course of history can change forever. In this series - we tell the stories of assassinations throughout history, plotting the path of the killer and victim, step by step, until they meet. We examine the fall out, following the assassination of world leaders. We reveal how cultural icons were targeted, and why. And we unpack stories which you may never have heard about before. From What's the Story Sounds - and narrated by Jonathan Guy Lewis - Crosshairs is your weekly dose of crime and history, with new episodes every Thursday.
Beneath Our Feet
Listen on headphones for the full binaural experience* Above: The estate. Below: Caves, and a thousand stories.... Secret passages and doors, a lake, a garden even - according to some. Tonight: A final underground rave. Tomorrow: The demolition of the estate, shutting off the caves forever. Tommy, Rosa, Finn, Jamal and Haroona make their way to the party of their lives in the world beneath - only to find themselves going deeper than they ever expected. Beneath Our Feet is a brand new six-part drama about community resistance, myths and vertical cities. It's produced as part of the RESOUND programme - an initiative set up by theatre companies Jump Spark and no more superheroes. to create avenues for theatre artists into audio drama. This series was developed in partnership with Stockroom, National Youth Theatre of Great Britain (NYT) and audio network Fable and Folly. It was funded by Arts Council England. Creators were producers/directors Tash Hyman and Fay Lomas, writers Zia Ahmed, Subika Anwar-Khan, Sam Grabiner, Ellie Kendrick, Tiwa Lade, and Am Stubberfield, with sound design by Alice Boyd and Munotida Chinyanga and composition by Oliver Vibrans. Lead dramaturg Janina Matthewson, consultant producer Ella Watts. Actors included NYT members and graduates of NYT Rep: Francesca Amewudah-Rivers, Jetsun Lama, Nkhanise Phiri, Abby Russell, Bhavini Sheth, Ragevan Vasan, with Diveen Henry as Jessi. You can find us on socials @ResoundAudioUK Transcripts available here
Elizabeth the First
In a world where “influence” equals follower counts and likes, there was one woman who, over the course of her career and half a century before, defined the meaning of influence and transformed its power. She went the distance by living a remarkable life beyond the dazzle - breaking ground as the first true influencer. Her name? Elizabeth Taylor. Narrated by Katy Perry, Elizabeth the First is a 10-episode podcast series exploring the life of Elizabeth Taylor as Hollywood icon, mother, wife, entrepreneur, advocate… and influencer. Elizabeth the First is produced by Imperative Entertainment in association with House of Taylor and Kitty Purry Productions. Executive producers are Katy Perry, Jason Hoch, and Stephanie Koff. Elizabeth the First is narrated by Katy Perry, produced by Jason Hoch, and written by Stephanie Koff. Sound Engineering and audio editing by Shaine Freeman and Jason Hoch. House of Taylor Trustees are Quinn Tivey, Tim Mendelson, and Barbara Berkowitz, and its Brand Strategy Consultant is Erin Dawkins. Marshall Eskowitz and Carey Schwartz of Sunset Blvd serve as Producing Partners and represent House of Taylor for Elizabeth Taylor licensing and content opportunities. Jasha Klebe wrote and composed the original score. Additional music provided by Rhys Tivey. Photo Credit: Elizabeth Taylor, ©BertSternTrust photographed by Bert Stern. Cover art and design by Jeana Sullivan. If you’d like to support the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, visit http://elizabethtayoraidsfoundation.org. And, if you’d like to go deeper into the world of Elizabeth Taylor, keep an eye out for the first authorized biography about her life. Elizabeth Taylor: the Grit & Glamour of an Icon by #1 New York Times bestselling author Kate Andersen Brower will be out on December 6.
Sisters of the Underground
Sisters of the Underground is an 8-episode scripted series by Executive Producers Eva Longoria and Dania Ramirez. It follows the true story of three courageous women, known as the Mirabal sisters, who changed the world. Their lifelong activism in the Dominican Republic and state-orchestrated assassination ignited outrage that led to the downfall of one of the most brutal and enduring dictators of the 20th Century, Rafael Trujillo (aka El Jefe). This series takes us back to a period when the Mirabal Sisters inspired an entire nation to emancipate themselves from a tyrannical regime that lasted for more than 30 years. While the martyrdom of the Mirabal Sisters is the stuff of legend in the DR, Sisters of the Underground brings these hidden figures to life for a global audience in a vivid, immersive, audio drama.
Björk: Sonic Symbolism
Join Björk in conversations with collaborators about her sound experiences. In the podcast you’ll learn about the moods, timbers, and tempos that vibrate through each album.
The fckry with Leslie Jones and Lenny Marcus
Keeping it 100 is Leslie Jones’ mission and any fckry will not be tolerated. Each week Leslie and her co-host, Lenny Marcus, expose the fckry of any given topic and they have a fun time doing it. They interview special guests and answer listener questions. Plus, in the ‘fckry of the week’ segment, Leslie and Lenny call out people, places, things or situations. Nothing is off limits and you don’t want to miss it.
Did Titanic Sink?
Comedians Tim Batt and Carlo Ritchie consider a controversial question no-one needed to ask; Did Titanic sink?
A weekly podcast where Sam Sanders, Saeed Jones, and Zach Stafford make sense of what’s going on in news and culture – and how it all feels. Vibe Check is your favorite group chat, come to life.
Babstinence: One Woman. One Year. No Booze.
One Year. One Woman. No Booze. Comedian, podcaster and former mall Easter bunny Babs Gray takes on the challenge of not drinking alcohol for one year. She'll track her highs and lows, interview other comedians about their sober journeys, and probably reveal some embarrassing shit along the way. Support the show by sending Babs a tip to ko-fi.com/babsgray. Please rate and review the show and share it with your friends! You can contact Babs via dm on twitter or instagram @babsgray.
Transportation needs a major overhaul. ‘ModeShift’ is a series that explores the past, present, and future of how we move. Many converging factors are forcing us to rethink mobility: Aging infrastructure, outdated planning, inequitable access, and rapid technology shifts. Co-hosts Andrei Greenawalt and Tiffany Chu bring together historical examples, personal stories, and timely case studies to explore the future of transportation in the U.S.
The Great Creators with Guy Raz
Where does creativity come from? Is it a gift, or can it be learned? Guy Raz puts those questions to some of the most celebrated creative people in the world. Each week, Guy sits down with notable performers – from legendary actors and comedians to chart-topping musicians – to trace their life’s journey, dive deep into their work, and illuminate the source of their creativity.
This season’s episodes will be released for free on a weekly basis, and subscribers of Realm+ on Apple Podcasts get bingeable, uninterrupted access to the whole show right now. James and Terrance share DNA, but they aren’t brothers. They aren’t even friends. As a civil advisor for the LAPD, James relies on Terrance— his genetic clone—to help him pass mandatory drug testing. But when Terrance suddenly goes missing, and multiple clones end up murdered, a case of mistaken identity forces James to inhabit his double’s life, risking that the secret of his addiction will unravel his carefully composed lies. First designed as biotech property and then raised in foster care, Echoes live on the outskirts of society; genetic clones of their sources, but rarely accepted into their lives. That’s what Terrance should have been for James— a stranger he never even knew existed— but instead, their lives became dangerously intertwined. After Terrance misses their usual exchange of clean urine for cash, a man with a gun shows up instead. In order to stay alive, James pretends he’s Terrance, setting off a dangerous chain of events that quickly spiral out of his control. Inhabiting his clone’s life is the easy part; James is used to lying. He’s lied to his traditional, well-off Chinese parents about where he goes at night, to his coworkers at the LAPD about his drug habit, and to Terrance, about how severe his addiction really is. It never occurred to him that Terrance was keeping secrets, too. As he learns about the history of clones, James begins to question the biggest secret of all: the one his parents kept when they, like many others, chose to clone their children. When clones are murdered and James is blackmailed by someone who knows his true identity, finding Terrance becomes only half the mission. Because the clues left in his wake lead to a conspiracy even more cold blooded than murder— and if James can prove it, the lines and lies that divide his world and the clones will be shattered forever. Echo Park is a Realm production starring Harry Shum Jr., written by Curtis C. Chen, Monte Lin, Millie Ho, Sloane Leong, and Jenn Reese. Listen Away.
Raised By Ricki with Ricki Lake and Kalen Allen
In the 1990s, a generation of kids, teens, and young adults got home, kicked off their sneakers, and settled down in front of the TV to watch Ricki Lake. Hosted by Ricki herself alongside TV personality and digital creator Kalen Allen, Raised By Ricki revisits the 90s iconic talk show, The Ricki Lake Show, and the era to which it belonged. Part rewatch podcast, part cultural retrospective, and mostly hilarious, join Ricki and Kalen each week along with cultural icons like John Waters, Rosie O’Donnell, and Andy Cohen, past producers, former guests, former audience members and more. Drop your backpack at the door, pop a Hot Pocket in the microwave, and look back on the days where we were all raised by Ricki – and introduce her to a whole new generation today.
Five decades after sparking the counterculture movement, the Grateful Dead are more alive than ever, and filmmaker Emmett Malloy wants to find out how. In this limited-run series from Sonos, join Emmett as he unpacks how a band of misfits changed American music, culture and consciousness forever, as told through the eyes of Ezra Koenig (Vampire Weekend), Animal Collective, mycologist Paul Stamets, Lila Downs, Margo Price and many more. What can the Grateful Dead tell us... about us?
Confessions of a Working Actor
Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss
What happens to our bodies when we die? Is there any proof that our loved ones can visit us after they pass? Do you ever really 'get over' the loss of a loved one? These are just a few of the questions that are answered in this iHeartPodcast Network series. Follow Kyle McMahon as he works through the loss of his mother from pancreatic cancer, traveling across the country talking with subject matter experts covering grieving, loss, spiritualism, the afterlife, death rituals and other aspects of death, grief, and mourning, bringing you insight and advice to help manage the unimaginable. It’s coming for all of us whether we acknowledge it or not, so you’re cordially invited to join Kyle as he explores death, grief and other sh*t we don’t discuss. ---- Get resources & handouts at www.DeathAndGrief.Show
On with Kara Swisher
Direct questions, real answers. On with Kara Swisher is where “Silicon Valley’s most feared and well-liked journalist” gets to the heart of what makes powerful people tick. Kara makes sense of tech, business and politics through tough conversations with the newsmakers who matter. So why do they show up? “Smart people,” says Kara, “like difficult questions.” Plus, it’s fun. Every Monday and Thursday starting September 26th. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
Fast & Loose: F1®
If you’re just watching the race, you’re doing it wrong! Fast & Loose: F1® is where the world of Formula 1 collides with comedian Will Arnett for his hilarious and shockingly insightful commentary immediately following the checkered flag. After each race, Will is joined by F1 legend Mika Häkkinen and rotating co-hosts, Michelle Beadle, Katie Osborne, and The Kid Mero as they bring you post-race recaps and analysis, dive deep into all of the drama and cat fighting between the teams, chat with the drivers, and take listener calls to answer all of your burning questions, like which driver would make the best roommate? And the worst.New episodes of Fast & Loose: F1® come out Mondays after each race.Download Amp from the App Store and follow @amppresentsf1 to listen and call in LIVE immediately following every race.
All There Is with Anderson Cooper
Anderson Cooper takes us on a deeply personal exploration of loss and grief. He starts recording while packing up the apartment of his late mother Gloria Vanderbilt. Going through her journals and keepsakes, as well as things left behind by his father and brother, Cooper begins a series of emotional and moving conversations about the people we lose, the things they leave behind, and how to live on - with loss, with laughter, and with love.
Scaled: The Latino Business Story
The first podcast from LBAN, the Latino Business Action Network, features alumni from the LBAN Business Scaling program at Stanford. Industry leaders join program alums Elian Savodivker and Juleyka Lantigua in conversations that put a human face to LBAN's world-class research on Latino entrepreneurship.
Buried Bones dissects some of history’s most dramatic true crime cases from centuries ago. Together, journalist Kate Winkler Dawson and retired investigator Paul Holes explore these very old cases through a 21st century lens.
The Loudest Girl in the World
For years, Lauren Ober wasn’t all that jazzed about herself. She was always getting in trouble, she had weird sensory issues and her anxiety felt off the charts. Plus, socially she kind of sucked. Life for Lauren just seemed harder than it should have been at 42. And then, in the middle of a global pandemic, she found out why — she was autistic. The Loudest Girl in the World is a new podcast that tells the story of Lauren’s journey to understand what the hell it means to be on the autism spectrum and how to live life as a newly diagnosed autistic person. It's about finding yourself broken in a place you never expected to be and emerging from that place a mostly glued back together person.