This American Life is a weekly public radio show, heard by 2.2 million people on more than 500 stations. Another 2.5 million people download the weekly podcast. It is hosted by Ira Glass, produced in collaboration with Chicago Public Media, delivered to stations by PRX The Public Radio Exchange, and has won all of the major broadcasting awards.
588: Mind Games
People who try simple mind games on others and find themselves in way over their heads.
736: The Herd
What happens when your own community suddenly turns on you?
691: Gardens of Branching Paths
Other universes that are just like our own, but with one small difference.
735: Bloody Feelings
Stories about the power of blood.
734: The Campus Tour Has Been Cancelled
How the pandemic has thrown college admissions process into a kind of slow-motion chaos. One of the biggest changes: most colleges have stopped requiring the SAT. For decades, there’s been a debate over whether schools should drop the test. What’s it mean that it finally happened?
733: Warriors in the Garden
This week, three men who came together to protest the murder of George Floyd. They were unified, loud, and impressive, but over time these three friends end up in three very different places.
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Y’all rock, big thanks! Hi from Brazil 🇧🇷
This human life,to be more precise
I say this almost 100% sure: by the end of an episode, you are going to be touched by it, doesn’t matter if you just heard about a dude stealing birds from a museum or the life of immigrants trying to cross the borders. Every topic is unbelievable well written and it’s never boring to hear as long as you keep an open mind(and sometimes the x1/2 speed🤷🏻♀️). If you are looking for good content, not serious enough that you’re still able to relax listening to it yet very well produced and that actually says something and tries to give you a global view of events ,you are in the right place
PS: fangirl time- all the jornalists working here are my HEROS and I would be more than happy if I ever did a job similar to theirs. They get right to the point without neglecting the depth and the human side of the topic ugh you guys are amazing
I simply love that!