Critical Frequency
A true-crime podcast about climate change, hosted and reported by award-winning investigative journalist Amy Westervelt.
A reported show hosted by Katherine Goldstein about a new generation of working mothers. No parenting advice here, but rather three-dimensional stories that challenge ideas about our workplaces (from brothels to boardrooms) along with boundary-breaking conversations about our lives at home.
In a nod to the protest albums of the 1960s and 70s, Bhi Bhiman’s Peace of Mind finds inspiration in the chaos that is modern American life. So much so that he had to release the album as a podcast and dig deeper on everything from immigration to religion, racism to Russia with experts, activists...
In Hot Take, Mary Annaïse Heglar and Amy Westervelt take an intersectional, critical, but constructive look at climate coverage—with the ultimate goal of making the conversation about climate change more productive and powerful. Not just bigger, but more inclusive.
Need advice from some super smart women about your career, love life, or maybe what to do with all that rage you're feeling? Comedy writer Ashley Nicole Black (Full Frontal with Samantha Bee) brings her popular DAME advice column, "Sip On This," to life, pulling in amazing guest co-hosts like...
Queen of S-Mountain is a music podcast hosted by LG, the front-woman for the greatest, all-female, queer, southern rock band of all time, Thelma and the Sleaze. Season One featured tour storytelling, with an oral history of the band, advice for DIY rockers, and hard truths about the music...
A podcast that gets to the heart of climate change through personal stories. Hosted by Mary Anne Hitt & Anna Jane Joyner.
Forget about getting mad or getting even, this is a political show about how we are moving forward. Movement building pros Gina Christo and Wilnelia Rivera helped get Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley (MA-7) elected and know how deep democracy works when it centers the people we usually see at the...
PhD-turned-showrunner's assistant Dr. Nikita T. Hamilton is joined by writers, producers, stunt women and more in this deep dive into the people and power that make Hollywood tick.
The Fifty One is a nod to the fact that women make up 51% of the U.S. population. In each season, we take a national issue and work with local reporters across the country to explore its impact on women at the local level. In season 1, we're tackling food insecurity—the drivers of it, solutions,...
Your mom is likely the first female role model you had--good or bad. Journalist Amy Westervelt talks to a variety of women about what their mothers taught them, connecting these personal histories to the broader story of modern women.
Range: Stories and Trailblazers of the New American West, created by Amy Westervelt and Julia Ritchey. A revolving cast of Western reporter co-hosts join to dig into the stories and people who embody the outlaw spirit of the West, ranging from the startups of Silicon Valley to the cowboy poets of...
A podcast for serious women. Hosted by journalists Brittany Shoot and Amy Westervelt, Bearcat is a podcast celebrating women who are committed to leading by example, to benefiting their communities in ways big and small, to taking their lives and their impact on the world seriously.
A show about women's rage and what they're doing with it. From a professor who is inspiring students to tell their stories to an activist helping more women run for office, journalist and Snap Judgement contributor Amy Roost brings us the stories of modern American women, in all their fury.
Trust in journalists is at an all-time low, but the work of journalism matters more than ever. And traditional “objectivity” may be hurting, rather than helping. All journalists have a view from somewhere, and ”objective” journalism often upholds status quo thinking and reinforces racism, sexism,...
Every week there's a new outrageous story to react to, but whether it's election meddling, policy brutality, or #MeToo none of these things happened in a vacuum. In each season of Slant, journalist-hosts Maya Francis and Amy Westervelt dig into a long-standing issue that's fueling today's outrage.