A podcast about strangers and their secret lives. Each week, callers tell Leah Green what's going on behind closed doors. To tell us your story, head over to gu.com/innermost or send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reverberate: episode 1 of our new series
The Guardian has launched a new series called Reverberate that we think you’ll like. Each week, Chris Michael will explore incredible stories from around the world about when music shook history. In the first episode, we hear from Kashy Keegan, an unknown singer-songwriter in a sleepy English town who became the voice of Hong Kong’s nascent pro-democracy movement. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts to hear the rest of the series
006: And just like that, he was gone
Life always has twists and turns, but some are so extreme that they make you question who you are. In this last episode of the season, two callers tell Leah Green how their relationships sent them down unexpected paths, one with criminal consequences
005. It's an absurd and grotesque desire
Loneliness can affect us in very different ways. This week, we hear how Felix*, who has struggled with addiction, and bird-loving Francine* are each coming to terms with their own recent bouts of isolation *Names in this week’s episode have been changed
004. Sending your black friends money is not the answer to racism
In life, there are things we are told we should do – such as learn how to ride a bike or be kind to those who are grieving. But, as Hima and Bernard reveal to Leah Green this week, doing the right thing isn’t always as straightforward as we like to think
003. Why does everything feel so nice?!
Sometimes changing your mind about something can lead you into a totally different life. Nat and Emma are testament to this and, as they tell Leah Green this week, feel all the better for it. Headphones recommended
002. I don't know who I am when I'm alone
For John and Federica, recent periods of isolation have spurred introspection into who they were, who they are and who they want to be. They tell Leah Green what they’ve learned. Headphones recommended
Full of compassion
Perfect, gentle antidote to look at me reality TV. Real people talk about their lives, sometimes funny, sometimes sad, but always engaging, and with quiet compassion from Leah.
A beautifully made series affording is a sneak peak into people’s secret lives.
I love Leah green she is smart and funny and insightful and I want to be best friends with her forever like a tiny little munchkin
I found this podcast today (my first time on Podcast) and throughly enjoyed it, looking forward to the next ones.