11 episodes

Mallika Rao dives into the lives of nearly a dozen people, each with a story to tell, rooted in a different facet of sleep. Over the course of this first season, we’ll descend from the material realm to the subterranean, from sleepovers to the dream world, and discover the extraordinary impact this ordinary act can have on all of us.

HiberNation Headspace

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.2 • 157 Ratings

Mallika Rao dives into the lives of nearly a dozen people, each with a story to tell, rooted in a different facet of sleep. Over the course of this first season, we’ll descend from the material realm to the subterranean, from sleepovers to the dream world, and discover the extraordinary impact this ordinary act can have on all of us.

    Time Machine

    Time Machine

    Every so often, someone has a dream they really should tell everyone about.

    • 39 min
    Ghost Attack

    Ghost Attack

    A young woman sets out to understand the mysterious presence that visits her at night.

    • 34 min
    Go to Sleep, Little Baby

    Go to Sleep, Little Baby

    • 17 min
    Third State

    Third State

    The discovery of REM changed the way we think about sleep. But the man behind the discovery…he wasn’t exactly thrilled about it.

    • 53 min
    Big $leep

    Big $leep

    Have you heard the story of the old man and the leak? Tech reporter Charlotte Jee hadn't - but she was living it.

    • 36 min
    Spend the Night with Joe McGill

    Spend the Night with Joe McGill

    • 14 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
157 Ratings

157 Ratings

Steved123456 ,

Surprisingly Interesting…so far.

As a bid headspace follower, I have this a shot as something different from my regular podcast. They make a topic many would find boring quite interesting with stories you just keep listening too. Sleep is something everyone can relate to so it is easy to follow. I like it so far but I’m curious to see if the content stays interesting.

Lizonvvvv ,

Great!

I love it. Thank you

KSD112227 ,

Not for Singles

I’ve loved Radio Headspace so was excited to try this new episode that was advertised on my Radio Headspace podcast. It left me feeling horrible to be single and alone. That sharing a space in bed was not only the best way to sleep but also how we are designed! Even the narrator is single and seemed to address the sadness of being alone. Will not listen to figure episodes as this one really put me off.

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