Connie Walker’s latest podcast, Stolen, continues her work as a leading investigative journalist covering missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Each month, Podcast Review’s staff offers recommendations on the best new podcasts to listen to. Here are our favorites for April.
These podcast episodes stray from conventional true crime but are gripping nonetheless. Best of all, the question that each poses is ultimately answered.
Book podcasts allow us glimpses of other people’s shelves, creating a sense of community with readers that we’d never otherwise meet.
Loftus speaks about her process and how her work fits into necessary conversations regarding Lolita.
Each month, Podcast Review’s staff offers recommendations on the best new podcasts to listen to. Here are our favorites for March.
Norco 80 chronicles a deadly bank heist that influenced an entire generation of law enforcement to adopt military-style policing tactics.
Never does I’m Not A Monster raise the political stakes of its reporting beyond the individual choices of its subjects.
The series acts not just as a companion to Lolita, but also as an antidote to the Lolita that the novel's narrator tries to give us.
This month's recommendations: a Chippendales true crime investigation, a daily "playlist" podcast, and a mini-series on the future of Black History Month.