Women get assaulted. Women get attacked. Women get harassed, manipulated, intimidated, but women are survivors. Time and time again, she persists, even against all odds. Hosts Jenna Brister and Wagatwe Wanjuki share their stories, and those of the men and women who fought back, who won, and who live rising above the trauma of their experiences.
Introducing Tomorrow, an original, scripted series from Gen-Z Media, creators of the Peabody Award-winning The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel and the hit family podcast, Six Minutes. Taking place five years after “little orphan” Annie was adopted by billionaire Oliver Warbucks, Annie, now 15, is about to face the biggest test of her signature positivity when a mystery rocks the Warbucks empire.
Meanwhile, Agatha Hannigan, who is freshly released from prison but still stewing about the billionaire and his adopted daughter who put her behind bars, will have to decide: Does she want to turn her life around, or does she want revenge?
Join Annie, and her pals from the orphanage, Molly, Tessie and Pepper, and her artificial intelligence “butler” Drake as she embarks on a mission to save her family. Featuring fresh takes on beloved songs and a star-studded cast that includes Tony Award winner Laura Benanti, Alan Ruck, Lance Reddick and many others, it’s a modern story for all the many generations who grew up on “Annie.” Follow the adventure at https://wondery.com/shows/tomorrow/.
Wondery Presents: Flip and Mozi's Guide to How To Be An Earthling
Introducing Flip & Mozi’s Guide to How to be an Earthling, the intergalactic musical podcast that brings conservation into the conversation for kids and their grown-ups. From the creators of the #1 Kids and Family podcast, Wow in the World, in collaboration with Grammy-nominated,The Pop Ups, each audio animated, humor-filled episode inspires a sense of environmental stewardship, both for the Earth and all of its animal earthlings. Visit flipandmozi.com for more!
Introducing: Harsh Reality - The Story of Miriam Rivera
It was supposed to be a reality show with a twist. In a sun-drenched villa in Ibiza, six hot guys compete for a cash prize and for the love of the beautiful and mysterious Miriam. It’s meant to be her big break: the moment she becomes the superstar she was born to be. But this is the era of “cruel reality TV” and the show producers have a different goal: they want to surprise the men with the fact that Miriam is trans. A new six-episode investigative series from Wondery, the makers of The Shrink Next Door and The Apology Line, and from Novel, HARSH REALITY is the story about love, lies, reality TV and a woman before her time: Miriam Rivera. Written by Agnes Borinsky and hosted by Trace Lysette.
Listen to Harsh Reality: The Story of Miriam Rivera at wondery.fm/HR_I_Survivor
Tommy Caldwell's Trauma Changed his Life for the Better
He's been described as the greatest living athlete you've never heard of, but once you hear it you'll never be able to forget Tommy Caldwell's story. In the early 2000s, Tommy was just a young climber on a trip when he and his friends were taken hostage. Then a household accident threatened to end his career forever. Tommy talks about putting his life back together, post traumatic growth, and chasing big dreams.
You can catch Tommy in action in The Dawn Wall and Free Solo
You can also visit Tommy's website for more from the man himself.
To read more about his experience in Kyrgyzstan, read his book, The Push
Lockey Maisonneuve Refuses to Forgive her Abusers
Lockey Maisonneuve calls herself the "Girl Raised by Wolves." She had abusive, neglectful parents and hated when people told her she couldn't heal until she forgave her abusers. She found healing through yoga and was able to release her pain, and now she teaches others. You can get a copy of her memoir wherever books are sold.
Learn more about using yoga to heal trauma
Lockey mentioned Rainn.org - it's a great resource for survivors.
Learn more about Lockey and her book "A Girl Raised By Wolves" on her website
Darrell Jones on Freedom After 32 Years Behind Bars
In December 2017, Darrell "Diamond" Jones took his first breath as a free man in 32 years. In 1985, he was convicted of a crime he says he didn't commit. He could have pled guilty for a shorter sentence, but he refused to confess guilt for something he knows he didn't do. We talked to him about surviving a dangerous prison and committing his life to making sure other innocent men end up in jail like he did.
You wouldn't be hearing Darrell's story without reporting from WBUR and the New England Center for Investigative Reporting.
Learn more about Not In My Name.
Season 1 Episode 4
Great episode. The poem was poignant and well written.
I do think it’s sad that none of the host’s friends could come get her when she had her accident. Honestly appalled. With friends like these...
Anyway, I hope she has since gained a new set of friends.
Have to pay to listen
To more compassion who wrote humans aka feelings
What gives anyone the power or right? Idk about power but the first amendment gives us all the right. It’s called freedom get over it. Everything is a decision. Just like people “choose” to listen and “choose” to write reviews the same as people “choose” to read the reviews after sharing an experience. It’s all choices so don’t think your virtue signaling smack down is any different. What gives you the right to condemn people that write reviews you don’t like? Is it okay for you to bag on people because you think you ride a virtuous white horse? Check your ignorant logic because it is very flawed and contradictory