It seems every podcast company is starting its own counterintuitive take on history. But how effective are they at actually illuminating our past?
Podcasts are having a heyday, and perhaps no series showcases the creative scope and impact of the medium as well as S-Town, from Serial and This American Life.
"Dirty John" is a podcast, a longform series and a total masterpiece of true-crime storytelling.
As podcast makers struggle to expand their audience, they're turning to a previously untapped demographic: children.
Listening to the podcast has become a necessary daily practice: like meditation, but with hair-raising breaking news instead of mindfulness.
A public broadcaster in Buffalo demands that Burton be judicially stopped from uttering the show's catchphrase on the actor's new podcast.
We've seen people cutting through phone scams to have conversations with their would-be scammers, but nothing like what Alex Goldman, the host of "Reply All," went through with an Apple support scammer.
We spoke to more than two dozen comedians who helped Scott Aukerman's "Comedy Bang! Bang!" podcast get to 500 episodes.
Esther Perel has been giving relationship advice for decades, but now the renowned Belgian psychotherapist is reaching new audiences with an unprecedented intimate approach.
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The hit podcast thrust the community of Woodstock, Alabama, uneasily into the national spotlight.
Richard Simmons has been missing for 1,099 days, at least to anyone outside his team. Three years ago, Simmons disappeared from public life cutting off the world and some of his closest friends from access to his life. Now, in a "Serial"-style podcast Dan Taberski tries to sort out what's really happened to Richard one episode at a time.
The huge, complex system of containerization enabled a massive decline in the price of shipping and thereby a massive expansion of global trade. And it all got started thanks to the Vietnam War.