35 episodes

The Autonomic podcast is an all-ages podcast set in the mysterious realm of Respite, a magical land filled with terrifying monsters, supernatural plots, and kids just like you. Join a protector, a detective, a warrior, and a trickster as they solve mysteries, learn about themselves, and unlock weird and wonderful powers.

Autonomic is family-friendly, and features five Chicago-area performers: Liz Anderson, Taylor B. Hill, Stephen Kropa, Kat Kuhl and Pranks Paul.

Autonomi‪c‬ Kat Kuhl

    • Kids & Family
    • 5.0 • 166 Ratings

The Autonomic podcast is an all-ages podcast set in the mysterious realm of Respite, a magical land filled with terrifying monsters, supernatural plots, and kids just like you. Join a protector, a detective, a warrior, and a trickster as they solve mysteries, learn about themselves, and unlock weird and wonderful powers.

Autonomic is family-friendly, and features five Chicago-area performers: Liz Anderson, Taylor B. Hill, Stephen Kropa, Kat Kuhl and Pranks Paul.

    Episode Thirty Four

    Episode Thirty Four

    The nomics learn that dealing with expectations is not great

    • 25 min
    Episode Thirty Three

    Episode Thirty Three

    Maya takes a leap of faith. Later, the nomics jump… to conclusions

    • 23 min
    Episode Thirty Two

    Episode Thirty Two

    The nomics reflect on some stuff while Maya and Brennan fight each other's mirrors

    • 27 min
    Episode Thirty One

    Episode Thirty One

    No really, Zephyr's just like... chill?

    • 36 min
    Episode Thirty

    Episode Thirty

    Four enter the forest, and Knife cuts in

    • 30 min
    Episode Twenty Nine

    Episode Twenty Nine

    Were did Izzy get to?

    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
166 Ratings

166 Ratings

StealthSuitStanley ,

Must listen

Kat and her crew are very entertaining and family friendly. Highly recommend!

Dixielross ,

Fantastic for All Ages!

Don’t let anyone tell you this show is only for kids - it’s fun and silly, while discussing things that all kids face like peer pressure and making friends. It’s thoughtful and explains things without being condescending, and I think kids (and people!) of all ages will find something they can relate to and love. I definitely recommend it!

Jupiternames ,

Comforting!

I listen to this podcast when I’m mentally struggling and it always helps! What a great, rich world!

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