Bundyville explores how the Bundy family came to be, why they resonate with so many in today’s America, and where they’re headed next.
On Conversations with People Who Hate Me, Dylan Marron talks to people who left especially nasty comments on his YouTube videos.
How will the show maintain its journalistic integrity while still appeasing the Reddit overlords?
Gimlet Media’s Sandra is well-told and expertly-designed, but it left me as soon as it finished.
On How It Began, Brad Harris explores the history behind mainstays of modern life such as coffee, computers and the stock market.
On The Habitat, a new podcast from Gimlet Media, six space nerds get sent to a tiny dome on a remote mountain top in Hawaii.
Reexamining our well-trod past, American History Tellers illuminates new details by casting regular Americans as the protagonists.
Catatonia, which premiered on New Year’s Day, is described as “a cultural podcast about Puerto Rico, trauma, and unscrewing ourselves out of post-Hurricane shock.”
Today’s strength is its willingness to focus less on the 24-hour news cycle than on the stories that will still be as relevant in six months as they are now.
Invisibilia takes on the task of bringing invisible behaviors, patterns, and assumptions into the light of ideas and words and conversation (in other words, naming them).