Storyboard: 10 CNN podcasts

For those of you who need a break from social media and are looking for something more talk-based this holiday season, CNN has got you covered. With a bookmarked list of 10 CNN podcasts,…

Storyboard: 10 CNN podcasts

For those of you who need a break from social media and are looking for something more talk-based this holiday season, CNN has got you covered. With a bookmarked list of 10 CNN podcasts, the cable network has also released an audio guide to each podcast to explain the story behind each title. They are available for free in podcast form.

“Thirteen Years a Slave” – The story of Solomon Northup, a slave whose story inspired the film. NPR Newshour

“America,” an interview series with journalist Deborah Amos

“Intelligence Squared,” a debate series hosted by Mark Benjamin

“American Murder,” a documentary series following police investigations

“Presidents and the Presidents they’ve been,” an investigative series with Heidi Krantz and Susan Candiotti

“Radiolab,” a science series hosted by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich

“Listen to Us,” a series from the data team featuring recent and historic insights on culture, ideas and politics

“Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,” the weekly half-hour show hosted by John Oliver

“Crossfire,” a 50-year-old political discussion show from the mid-1990s. Amazon Prime Video

“Serial,” a true-crime podcast from Sarah Koenig. The podcast has produced seven award-winning seasons. Serial website

For those of you who want even more information, CNN has also released an audio guide to each podcast. Below are brief summaries of each program and the audio guide.

“Thirteen Years a Slave”: NPR

“America,” NPR Newshour

“Intelligence Squared,” NPR

“American Murder,” CIA

“Presidents and the Presidents they’ve been,” iHeartMedia

“Presidents and the Presidents they’ve been,” PBS

“Boston,” NPR

“Dining with Design,” NPR

“Intelligence Squared,” NPR

“Every Man Counts,” iHeartMedia

“The Spot with John Gordon,” NPR

“Crossfire,” IHeartMedia

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