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Crime Junkie Podcast
You are obsessed with all things crime related. It started out as a general interest but now you have this true-crime-shaped-hole in your life that no amount of radio segments, podcasts, or documentaries can fill. And the more true crime media you consume the more you crave it.
You’re the one at the gym looking inconspicuous running to stories about murder instead of music like a normal human. You’re the one telling your friends “fun facts” about the most notorious murder that took place in the city you’re visiting when all they want to talk about is where they’re getting dinner. You don’t read anymore because you’ve already consumed all the good mystery books and freaking Gillian Flynn is just living her life and not thinking about your needs! (Sorry Gillian, I miss you.) You do a thorough internet search on all potential friends and or lovers and get a little bummed out when you don’t find anything juicy. And you’re pretty sure you missed your true life’s calling to be a detective.
Yep, you are a Junkie!
Podcasts for Kids
Kids Listen podcasts
WHAT'S KIDS LISTEN? Kids Listen is a group of people who love and make podcasts for kids. We have 28 member podcasts, representing the best podcasts for kids. Our goals are to raise awareness of podcasts for kids, build community, and set standards and best practices for the medium.
LeVar Burton Reads
The best short fiction, handpicked by the best voice in podcasting. In every episode, host LeVar Burton (Roots, Reading Rainbow, Star Trek) invites you to take a break from your daily life, and dive into a great story. LeVar's narration blends with gorgeous soundscapes to bring stories by Neil Gaiman, Haruki Murakami, Octavia Butler, Ray Bradbury and more to life.
Booklist Article on Children's Storytimes available as podcasts
With widespread school and library closures due to COVID-19, we are looking for digital options to help kids engage with stories. If you want a break from screens, children’s podcasts can offer an absorbing literary experience. Like audiobooks, the best kids’ podcasts can immerse young listeners into another world, sometimes incorporating music, sound effects, and multiple voices to tell entertaining, original, or classic stories. Kids can listen quietly alone, or podcasts can become part of the family routine as a shared listening experience. This list of shows for kids ages 2 and older are all available free on nearly any podcast app.