Best radiodocumentary podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Midwest Radio - Documentaries
 
Midwest Radio offers a wide range of documentaries and other factual programmes on a regular basis. This podcast offers you the chance to listen again to the Broadcast produced by Midwest radio.
 
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Long Haul: Public Radio Documentaries to Go!
 
Audio documentaries and stories hand-crafted by award winners Dan Collison and Elizabeth Meister.
 
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Rowan Radio Documentaries
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Documentaries produced by WGLS-FM.
 
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IFC Podcast -Latest Radio Docs
 
IFC (International Feature Conference) - This Conference travels across the world organized in most of the CAPITALS of RADIO - Discussion, Promotion and Production devoted to Radio Feature (Radio documentary)
 
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Vox Humana: Humans, Voices & Human Voices
 
This podcast series from Oral History & Folklife Research, Inc. seeks to make the quiet voices loud. Host Molly Graham features stories, voices and radio documentaries covering Maine and beyond.
 
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80 Days: An Exploration Podcast
 
S02E06b: Cuba (part 2) Audio In this episode of 80 Days: an exploration podcast, we return to Cuba to bring its story from the Castro Revolution, right up to the modern day. As US-Cuba relations have been in the news this week, it’s impossible to keep up with all the twists and turns, but we do our best. If you haven’t already listened to Part ...…
 
Today on Flashpoints: A mini-radio documentary on Director Oliver Stone's acceptance of the 2016 Gary Webb Freedom of the Press Award in Arlington Virginia on June third:
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By rp@radio4all.net.
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By kschwartz.toronto@gmail.com (Kristin Schwartz).
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By kschwartz.toronto@gmail.com (Kristin Schwartz).
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By kschwartz.toronto@gmail.com (Kristin Schwartz).
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By kschwartz.toronto@gmail.com (Kristin Schwartz).
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By rp@radio4all.net.
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By rp@radio4all.net.
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By rp@radio4all.net.
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By kschwartz.toronto@gmail.com (Kristin Schwartz).
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By rp@radio4all.net.
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By kschwartz.toronto@gmail.com (Kristin Schwartz).
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By kschwartz.toronto@gmail.com (Kristin Schwartz).
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By kschwartz.toronto@gmail.com (Kristin Schwartz).
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By kschwartz.toronto@gmail.com (Kristin Schwartz).
 
A five-part radio documentary series about the disastrous effects of privatization in Canada and internationally.First aired May 2004.By kschwartz.toronto@gmail.com (Kristin Schwartz).
 
Over the past few years, we hear at CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO have been paying our respects to two-time Academy Award winning composer James Horner with various radio specials including a four hour plus special produced a few days after his death. We also produced a two-part series last year featuring some of his lesser known film scores. Jason Dru ...…
 
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IFC Podcast -Latest Radio Docs
 
A radio documentary about a self-confessed 'Irish Vagabond' Tony Sheridan. In his turbulent and rich life he has worked with the Beatles, entertained the troops in Vietnam, played with Elvis Presley's backing band - all that and far more. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]…
 
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Documentary on One - RTÉ Documentaries
 
A radio documentary about a self-confessed 'Irish Vagabond' Tony Sheridan. In his turbulent and rich life he has worked with the Beatles, entertained the troops in Vietnam, played with Elvis Presley's backing band - all that and far more.
 
[caption id="attachment_264425" align="aligncenter" width="345"] Anirvan Chatterjee with the Berkeley South Asian Radical History Walking Tour.[/caption] Tonight APEX Express has a very special presentation of next installment of Crossing East, the Peabody-awarded radio documentary series about Asian immigration to the United States. In this 10 ...…
 
Each June we rebroadcast the 1989 radio documentary "Remembering Stonewall," by David Isay. This documentary, broadcast on the 20th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, is the first documentary -- in any medium -- about the riots. Hearing the voices of participants, from ...
 
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IFC Podcast -Latest Radio Docs
 
Every personal name has a story - In this radio documentary, we go behind the top 100 Irish baby name lists and see a fascinating portrait of a changing country. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
 
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Documentary on One - RTÉ Documentaries
 
Every personal name has a story - In this radio documentary, we go behind the top 100 Irish baby name lists and see a fascinating portrait of a changing country.
 
This week we chat all things Liminal Magazine, Asian-Australian voices and the power of autonomy in art. Liminal Magazine is an online publication that uses long form interviews between Asian-Australian creatives to share intimate truths about their multifaceted experiences of identity, creativity, sexuality and a myriad of other topics. We hea ...…
 
Andrew Forsthoefel tells us about his book, Walking To Listen (Bloomsbury Press.) It’s the amazing story of what happened when he decided to walk across America to listen and learn life wisdom from whomever he encountered. Then, we re-broadcast an edited version of our 2014 interview with Rob Okun about his book Voice Male: The Untold Story of ...…
 
Recent reports about tax hikes, black land loss, and the near extinction of Gullah culture in the Lowcountry of regions of Georgia and South Carolina have made headlines in the New York Times, and featured on national TV networks like CNN. Missing from these reports is an account of how these unique African Americans emerged in the national ima ...…
 
“Breaking the Barrier: Highlighting different abilities in the employment world” is a radio documentary by Deepi Leihl and Estephania Solis. The documentary seeks to bring awareness to the reality of employment when focused on folks with different abilities, the challenges to change this norm, what employment services are available for Divers-A ...…
 
As the fossil fuel industry turns up its pressure to turn the Pacific Northwest into a fossil fuel export hub, a Thin Green Line stands in its way. On this special one-hour edition of Locus Focus, we premiere Locus Focus host Barbara Bernstein's latest radio documentary, SA...
 
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Podcast News Flash | Podcasting News, Reviews, and Success Stories from the School of Podcasting
 
. Here are the winners in the “Podcasts & Digital Audio” group, across 15 categories. Though some are well-known, and most are from leading networks, the winners (official and People’s Voice) make a good discovery list. ARTS & CULTURE Webby winner: Still Processing (New York Times) People’s Choice: Stuff You Should Know (HowStuffWorks) BEST HOS ...…
 
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Information Morning Fredericton from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)
 
Terry Seguin talks to an adjudicator and past participant of the Drama Fest about the radio documentary she's working on.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Interviews and documentaries about Nonprofit Organizations in Portland Oregon
 
First we speak with Terrence Philip of Skate Like a Girl, a non-profit that provides skateboarding clinics for girls of all ages. Next we hear from Brian Mayo of the American Lung Association (ALA). He'll tell us about Reach the Beach, a unique bike-ride fundraiser to support ALA programs. Finally, a short radio documentary from producer Barb S ...…
 
Three top guests this week joining host Rob Daly:BT Sport commentator Steve Wyeth was on the mic as Bayern beat Wolfsburg 6-0 to secure their 5th consecutive Bundesliga title. We discuss Ancelotti’s latest league triumph after a tough week, plus the collapse of Wolfsburg.French Football Weekly’s Rich Allen helps us get in to Nice’s win over PSG ...…
 
Steve Urquhart recommends the BBC Lacanshire Radio show On The Wire! Steve is a radio documentary maker and producer. You can find more about his work on www.listentosteve.com or following him on twitter @listentosteve. Be sure to check Steve’s programs on Graffiti: https://soundcloud.com/listentosteve/graffiti-paint-and-protest-ep1-europehttps ...…
 
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House of Mystery True Crime History
 
Since its publication in 1897, there have been suggestions that the fictional exploits of Dracula were closely associated with Jack the Ripper than a Transylvanian Count. Historian Neil Storey provides the first British-based investigation of the sources used by Stoker and paints an evocative portrait of Stoker, his influences, friends and the ...…
 
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Private Passions
 
It's not easy starting out to make a living as a writer, and A.L. Kennedy began with one of the most challenging jobs ever: as a puppeteer and clown, chasing children around a field in Fife with a loud horn. Thankfully it didn't take long before she left the day job behind and established her reputation as one of our most original voices, the a ...…
 
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Private Passions
 
It's not easy starting out to make a living as a writer, and A.L. Kennedy began with one of the most challenging jobs ever: as a puppeteer and clown, chasing children around a field in Fife with a loud horn. Thankfully it didn't take long before she left the day job behind and established her reputation as one of our most original voices, the a ...…
 
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Future Primitive Podcasts
 
In this week’s episode Chris Moore-Backman speaks with Joanna about: envisioning a movement of movements; the Gandhian iceberg, undivided love in action; satyagraha, soul-force; swaraj, reclaiming our full stature as human beings; the intimacy and authenticity of a nameless practice; the promise of a stronger, deeper activism; Standing Rock, wi ...…
 
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Future Primitive Podcasts
 
In this week’s episode Chris Moore-Backman speaks with Joanna about: envisioning a movement of movements; the Gandhian iceberg, undivided love in action; satyagraha, soul-force; swaraj, reclaiming our full stature as human beings; the intimacy and authenticity of a nameless practice; the promise of a stronger, deeper activism; Standing Rock, wi ...…
 
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Future Primitive Podcasts
 
In this week’s episode Chris Moore-Backman speaks with Joanna about: envisioning a movement of movements; the Gandhian iceberg, undivided love in action; satyagraha, soul-force; swaraj, reclaiming our full stature as human beings; the intimacy and authenticity of a nameless practice; the promise of a stronger, deeper activism; Standing Rock, wi ...…
 
Ever wanted to get into podcasting but weren't sure how? Have you been wondering about what an audience looks for in audio education? Well, you're in luck because the Freelance Jungle has Jennifer Macey on the case. Making a killer podcast with Jennifer Macey Jennifer Macey is a freelance journalist and podcast and radio documentary producer wi ...…
 
Please Support The Show With a Donation This week we talk to Charles Fernyhough about the voices in our heads Charles Fernyhough is a writer and psychologist. His non-fiction book about his daughter’s psychological development, A Thousand Days of Wonder, was translated into eight languages. His book on autobiographical memory, Pieces of Light w ...…
 
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Rumble Strip
 
In the concrete jungle, it all starts out innocently enough: especially if you live in a high-rise. It was a blustery Tuesday morning, when two pigeons, named Cody and Megan, were house hunting on the balcony of my apartment. As you’d expect, they put in an offer. Beyond the holiday turkey or roast chicken here and there, I wasn’t fond of birds ...…
 
"Scene is picture. Picture is memory. It's about imprinting memories and engaging your listener" - Liam O'BrienThis week’s guest is Liam O’Brien. Liam O'Brien is the Series Producer of RTE’s Documentary on One, a radio documentary series and podcastLiam started at Doc on one in 2005. Since then, the team has gone on to win over 180 national and ...…
 
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Cited Podcast
 
At Crosstown Clinic, doctors are turning addiction treatment on its head: they're prescribing heroin-users the very drug they're addicted to. This is the story of one clinic's quest to remove the harms of addiction, without removing the addiction itself.This radio documentary was written, edited and produced by Gordon Katic, Sam Fenn, Alex Kim, ...…
 
This week on Inside Appalachia, we travel to Cedar Grove, West Virginia, home of renowned novelist Mary Lee Settle. On this episode, we explore surprising, hidden histories through the work of Settle and the voices of women from Cedar Grove. Settle, who passed away in 2005, spent three decades on a series of books called the Beulah Quintet . Th ...…
 
“Sea of Strangers” by Michael M. Jones(Originally published in Inscription.)There was a weird vibe in the halls before first period today. As I made my way towards homeroom, weaving between people with experienced ease, I picked up a thousand different emotions-- everything you’d expect from a building packed to the gills with hormone-ridden te ...…
 
Episode 7 of the Miracle Podcast with hosts Tabitha Thorlu-Bangura and Lucia Pietroiusti. This week featuring 'Solitude', a lyrical radio documentary by Martine Syms.Recorded live at the Serpentine Galleries’ Miracle Marathon, 2016.The Marathon is Serpentine Galleries’ annual festival of ideas that brings together practitioners from the fields ...…
 
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