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Yiddish Radio Project

Produced by Henry Sapoznik and David Isay

Highlights the golden age of Yiddish-American broadcasting in the 1930s to '50s. This collection is an unprecedented intimate snapshot of American Jewish life during the 1930s and '40s. Includes broadcasts by Eli Wallach, Carl Reiner, and Isaiah Sheffer. Learn More
Working in America

performed by Joe Richman and Studs Terkel

From the archives of legendary storyteller and bestselling author Studs Terkel comes a stunning audio documentary series that captures the voices of Americans from vastly different backgrounds, each reflecting on the value of work in their lives. Learn More
Wait Wait . . . Don't Tell Me! The Best of "Not My Job"

Hosted by Peter Sagal and Carl Kasell

Features highlights from the popular “Not My Job” segment of the show, during which celebrity guest contestants answer questions on topics unrelated to their particular area of expertise. Learn More
Wait Wait . . . Don't Tell Me! Famous People Who Returned Our Calls

Hosted by Peter Sagal and Carl Kasell

NPR’s “oddly informative” news quiz program includes a segment during which celebrity guests answer questions that are way outside their normal area of expertise. The hilarious results always reveal something unexpected. Learn More
The Wait Album

Peter Sagal and Carl Kasell

Celebrity guests are put on the spot on the Peabody-winning NPR radio show. Learn More
Voices of Our Time

Studs Terkel interviews

From the 1950s through 1997, Louis “Studs” Terkel, bestselling author of Hard Times, Working, The Great War, Coming of Age, and eight other books, hosted a daily one-hour show on WFMT Radio in Chicago. This nationally syndicated, Peabody Award-winning program was an ideal showcase for his curmudgeonly wit, his maverick opinions, and his genius as an interviewer.

The 48 interviews in this collection, span Terkel’s five decades on radio and encompass a wide range of entertainers, scientists, writers and thinkers, including Dorothy Parker, Pete Seeger, Bob Woodward, Simone de Beauvoir, and many more. Learn More
The Two Towers

J.R.R. Tolkien; performed by an ensemble cast

The original American full dramatization as broadcast on National Public Radio. Learn More
The Trouble with Reality

by Brooke Gladstone

Brief and bracing, The Trouble with Reality shows exactly why so many of us didn't see it coming, and how we can recover both our belief in reality—and our sanity. Learn More
Tinsel Tales

NPR; hosted by Lynn Neary

A Christmas stocking’s worth of heartwarming, humorous holiday tales from the National Public Radio archive. Learn More
Ties That Bind

Hosted by Dave Isay; as told by StoryCorps participants

Celebrating ten years of StoryCorps, this collection reflects the depth and diversity of the over 45,000 interviews in the organization’s archives. Learn More
This I Believe: Life Lessons

Edited by Dan Gediman with John Gregory and Mary Jo Gediman; written and read by an ensemble cast

An AudioFile Best Audiobooks of the Year Selection and Earphones Award Winner

Moving and powerful first-person stories explore the beliefs and principles by which Americans live and the universal truths they have learned. Heard on public radio, they offer wisdom, guidance, and inspiration for any and all. Learn More
Teenage Diaries

Radio Diaries; hosted by Joe Richman

Since 1996, the Teenage Diaries series has given tape recorders to young people around the country. Learn More
StoryCorps: OutLoud

Dave Isay (Told by StoryCorps Participants)

Audie Finalist

StoryCorps recognizes the profound historical importance of capturing the stories of the LGBTQ community and the urgent need for this work to happen now. StoryCorps OutLoud is a multi-year initiative dedicated to recording and preserving LGBTQ stories across America.

OutLoud honors the stories of those who lived before the 1969 Stonewall uprisings, celebrates the lives of LGBTQ youth, and amplifies the voices of those most often excluded from the historical record. The end result is a diverse collection of stories that enriches our nation?s history. Learn More
Speaking of Faith

Krista Tippett; read by Krista Tippett with excerpts from the radio show

The host of the popular weekly program on National Public Radio, Krista Tippett talks about her journey from politics back to religion—and a life of conversation. Includes excerpts from radio program. Learn More
The Return of the King

J.R.R. Tolkien; performed by an ensemble cast

The original American dramatization as broadcast on National Public Radio. Learn More
A Prairie Home Companion: Live from the Hollywood Bowl

performed by Garrison Keillor and cast

The complete farewell performance of Prairie Home host Garrison Keillor. Learn More
The Power of Myth

Joseph Campbell with Bill Moyers

The complete soundtrack from the phenomenally popular PBS series. Learn More
People We Meet: Unforgettable Conversations

NPR; hosted by David Greene

The beauty, genius and heroism of the human spirit shines throughout this collection of encounters with exceptional individuals, selected and presented by NPR personalities whose lives have been enriched by a single conversation. Learn More
NPR: The First Forty Years


A Publishers Weekly Listen Up Award Winner
An AudioFile Best Audiobooks of the Year Selection

A celebration of this anniversary milestone, featuring both new content and some of the most historic and iconic moments in NPR’s first forty years on air. Learn More
NPR The Best of Pop Culture Happy Hour

Hosted by Linda Holmes, Stephen Thompson, and Glen Weldon

NPR’s popular, high-energy entertainment podcast features spirited roundtable discussions covering a wild and unpredictable landscape of pop culture subject matter, from the phenomenon of the fiasco (the result of ambition that exceeds competency) to “Pop Culture Carbon Dating” (why some cultural markers age well and others not at all). Learn More
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