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Episode 34: Lost and Found

Episode #34

2021-05-26 12:54:13

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On today's episode: Home recordings, people recording their friends, neighbors, and strangers — for a look at how we live, and who we are, by listening closely. Featuring a 5-year-old Sofia Coppola, and Patti Smith before she recorded her first album.

Criminal Is A Podcast About Crime

Stories of people who’ve done wrong,
been wronged, or gotten caught somewhere in the middle.

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Episode 26: The Kinseys

Episode #26

2020-10-14 12:49:32

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Bernard Kinsey met Shirley Pooler in 1963, when they were both students at Florida A&M University, after a protest to integrate the movie theaters in Tallahassee. Years later, when their son Khalil was born, Bernard and Shirley made a plan — they wanted him to understand where he came from, and where his ancestors came from. So they decided to become detectives, uncovering the history of the Black experience in America.

The Town That Stayed Quiet

Episode #14

2019-05-15 12:21:06

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We visit a city in Northern Italy where everyone decided to stay quiet to save something beautiful. We speak with Paolo Bodini, Leonardo Tedeschi, Virginia Villa, and others about the Cremona Violin Museum’s “Stradivarius Sound Bank.” For a transcript of this episode, send us an email with the episode name.
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Something Large and Wild

Episode #2

2018-02-21 15:14:40

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An unconventional love story about a teenager, the Pacific Ocean, and an encounter with something wild.

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