Is it possible for an American Vice President to carry out a criminal enterprise inside the White House and have nobody remember? To have one of the most brazen political bribery scandals in American history play out before the country while nobody’s paying attention? Production and editorial support from Neon Hum Media.
The Thing About Pam
Two days after Christmas, 2011, Russ Faria came home from game night to find his wife, Betsy, dead. He was soon charged and convicted of her murder. But Russ Faria insisted he did not kill his wife. Betsy’s brutal murder set off a chain of events that would leave one man dead, another man implicated, and expose a diabolical scheme. It would also see Dateline NBC—the true-crime original—become a part of the never-ending saga that proves the old adage: Truth is stranger than fiction. This original series from Keith Morrison and Dateline defies all expectations.
From Legendary producer Dick Wolf comes a new audio fiction series starring Parker Posey about the U.S. Marshals dedicated to capturing the country’s most dangerous fugitives. When four convicts escape from a maximum security prison, Deputy Marshal Emily Barnes (Posey) is called in to pursue the criminals in one of the most treacherous and violent manhunts in United States history. Directed by Shawn Christensen (“Blackout”) and produced by Jenny Radelet Mast (Marvel’s “Wolverine”), HUNTED is the first in a slate of audio fiction series to be produced by Wolf Entertainment in partnership with Endeavor Audio. Learn more at EndeavorAudio.com.
An 1839 assassination of a Cherokee leader and a 1999 murder case – two crimes nearly two centuries apart provide the backbone to an upcoming 2019 Supreme Court decision that will determine the fate of five tribes and nearly half the land in Oklahoma.
The Only Podcast Left
It’s post-apocalyptic Glendale. The Jocks, Cheermazons, STEM Punks, Disciples of Kardashia, and more are battling for dominance in the valley. And after you tear through Daybreak Season 1, you’ll want to meet the A.V. Club. They’re a group of kids who survived the apocalypse by using their skills to rig cameras and spy on warring tribes all over the valley. And now they’re making a show about it, while juggling their own personal drama and trying to stay alive as mutant pugs, ghoulies, and a mysterious new tribe all try to kill their vibe. It’s The Only Podcast Left.
Larger Than Life
Larger Than Life is a documentary podcast about Big Willie Robinson, a 6-foot-6, muscle-bound street racer who preached peace a quarter-mile at a time. Cops and criminals, movie stars and miscreants, even Crips and Bloods — out at the drag strip, Big Willie could get them all to see eye to eye, easing tensions and making L.A. a safer and more unified place.
Set It Straight with Midland
Your boys from Midland attempt to uncover the truth behind infamous stories from country music history.
For more than four decades, the Seattle SuperSonics were among the NBA’s most iconic franchises. But in 2008, they packed their bags for Oklahoma. ‘Sonic Boom’ tells a story of basketball and politics, wealth and power—revealing new truths about the NBA’s greatest heist.
Break Stuff: The Story of Woodstock ‘99
In 1999, a music festival took place in upstate New York that became a social experiment. There were riots, looting, and numerous assaults. And it was set to a soundtrack of the era’s most aggressive rock bands. Incredibly, it was the third iteration of Woodstock, a festival known for peace, love, and hippie idealism. But Woodstock ’99 revealed some hard truths behind the myths of the 1960s, and the danger that nostalgia can engender. Listen to the entire season here.
Hosted by WeTransfer CCO Damian Bradfield, Influence is a documentary podcast that takes a deep dive into the world of advertising.
How much of a say do we really have when it comes to the things we buy? And what does the way we consume advertising say about our culture, our economy and our world? Featuring in-depth interviews, dramatic retellings and some iconic archival ads, Influence shines a light on the power of advertising – the good, the bad and the ugly.
Remade In America
Join Bassem Youssef, formerly an Egyptian satirical talk show host often called the “Jon Stewart of Egypt” who recently arrived in the United States, as he explores being an outsider in America figuring out what it means to belong.
A Spotify Original podcast dedicated to showcasing stories, essays, and art by and for women. Production and editorial support for season 2 of Lenny Says from Neon Hum Media