Podcasts from Michigan Radio
We make it easy to tune in to Michigan Radio podcasts wherever you listen: including, but not limited to, Apple Podcasts, NPR One, Google Podcasts, and the Michigan Radio app.
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Below are our podcast offerings with links to make it easier for you to find:
Believed tells the story of survivors who won justice against Larry Nassar, who sexually abused patients for more than 20 years.
Kids These Days is a podcast hosted by teens, about teens. What we're thinking about, laughing about, and stressing about.
Same Same Different is a show about identity and how to survive “otherness” with our humanity and sanity intact.
Conversations about what matters in Michigan. Stateside covers a wide range of Michigan news and policy issues — as well as culture and lifestyle stories.
The Environment Report host Lester Graham covers enivornmental issues and news across Michigan.
Join Zoe Clark and Rick Pluta weekly for a fast-paced spin around Michigan politics. Political junkies get your fill! (Currently on hiatus)
Every Sunday, UM English Professor Anne Curzan and Michigan Radio's Rebecca Kruth explore our changing language (word!). Each week, they'll talk about why we say what we say.
What happens when community members lead the conversation about their community? MorningSide 48224, a community-led podcast, will endeavor to find out.
Issues and Ale is an event series designed to engage people in conversations about important issues facing Michigan in an informal atmosphere.
Every Friday, author and sports commentator John U. Bacon offers up his thoughts and views on the sports stories going on around our region.