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A new podcast examines an Alabama reform school that functioned more like a prison farm for Black kids
Unreformed, hosted by Atlanta journalist Josie Duffy Rice, unearths how things went horrifically wrong at the Alabama Industrial School for Negro Children during the first half of the 20th century
National Geographic Explorer and podcaster Tara Roberts on diving for slave shipwrecks
Tara Roberts spent the last few years following and diving with Black scuba divers as they document slave shipwrecks around the world. She retold those stories in her six-part podcast series, Into the Depths, and, in the process, found a way to honor the lives of lost ancestors
A new podcast explains Georgia’s current political climate by those who know it best: actual Georgians
Now that Georgia has captivated national attention, who better to explain this political phenomenon than the residents and journalists who have been living and working here? That was the primary goal of Gaining Ground: The New Georgia, a five-part podcast hosted by Atlanta natives Rembert Browne and Jewel Wicker.
When Erin Swenson transitioned in the 90s, a close vote kept her ordained as Presbyterian minister. Her new podcast tells her story.
Erin Swenson was the first Presbyterian minister to transition and remain ordained. Her new podcast, So Much More than Gender, shares her story.
A new GPB podcast about the 1970 Augusta Riot has a message for today
Shots in the Back: Exhuming the 1970 Augusta Riot has been years in the making for Sea Stachura, but the content of the podcast is as timely and relevant as ever.
20 Atlanta podcasts to add to your queue
From politics and hip-hop to soccer in the Dirty South, here are 20 podcasts to offer some respite from COVID news and quarantine—all recorded and/or produced in Atlanta and described by their hosts
How Donald Albright became Atlanta’s podcast kingmaker
Five years ago, Donald Albright was feeling burned out, struggling to find his place as an underappreciated player in Atlanta’s cutthroat hip-hop scene. As it turns out, the hustle he honed in the music business served him even better in the podcast one.
The Fall Line: Two podcasting sleuths revisit the cases of abducted Grady newborns
The Fall Line is investigating the cases of seven Grady newborns who went missing decades ago—two of whom were never found. Inspired other true-crime dramas like Serial, Laurah Norton, a writer and Georgia State University senior lecturer, and Brooke Gently-Hargrove, a grief counselor, launched the true-crime serial podcast last year, which has since racked up 2.3 million listens.
Atlanta duo behind Stuff Mom Never Told You launches their own company and a new feminist podcast, Unladylike
From 2010 until 2016, Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin talked feminism, history, psychology, and more as co-hosts of Stuff Mom Never Told You, under the umbrella of Atlanta-based How Stuff Works. Now they've launched Unladylike, a podcast under their own brand, where they've been interviewing guests about everything from abortion and female friendship to body positivity and self-worth.
In a new podcast, the Up and Vanished creators and HowStuffWorks tackle the Atlanta Child Murders
Local filmmaker Payne Lindsey and producer Donald Albright, the duo behind breakout podcast Up and Vanished, have teamed up with Atlanta-based podcast company HowStuffWorks to present Atlanta Monster, a 10-episode podcast series about the Atlanta Child Murders.
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