Drinkin’ with Lincoln is a new podcast from WNIJ Northern Public Radio that looks at Abraham Lincoln’s life, land and legacy through the eyes of the people who know him best: Lincoln presenters (commonly known as Lincoln impersonators, a term many Lincoln presenters avoid). Each episode, a Lincoln presenter joins host Clint Cargile as he explores sites significant (and sometimes not-so-significant) to Abraham Lincoln’s life in Illinois. Then Clint and his guest Lincoln find the nearest brewpub or brewery to quaff a beer (sometimes two) so we can get to know the man behind the beard: where he comes from, why he does what he does, what makes him Lincoln. Learn more at: https://www.northernpublicradio.org/topic/drinkin-lincoln
By Clint Cargile
<p>Princess Diana was an international icon. Her popularity endured despite public scrutiny, until a wild car chase in a Paris tunnel led to her untimely death. Was it “wrongful killing” at the hands of a drunk driver, or something far more sinister? Former Detective-Sergeant Colin McLaren, who investigated Princess Diana’s death in 1997, returns to the scene in this 12-part audio documentary to uncover a decades-long conspiracy of secrets, speaking to the one man who will blow the case wide open. Discover the truth behind Princess Diana’s death. To read more about Diana: Case Solved, purchase the companion book by Colin McLaren and investigative journalist Dylan Howard at all good book stores or online here: https://amzn.to/2HpAtNc Diana: Case Solved is the long-anticipated second season following Fatal Voyage: The Mysterious Death of Natalie Wood. To see how we use your data, visit https://www.endeavoraudio.com/privacy-policy.</p>
By Endeavor Audio & Broad + Water Studios
Art & Labor chronicles the stories of social justice organizing within the arts. We hope to center the human cost of the “art world” and advocate for fair labor practices for artists, assistants, fabricators, docents, interns, registrars, janitors, writers, editors, curators, guards, performers, and anyone doing work for art & cultural institutions.
By OK Fox & Lucia Love
<p>Can the Democrats save America? This is the story of a party’s journey through the wilderness after the most crushing defeat in history. In a documentary that spans two centuries of American politics, Pod Save America's Jon Favreau talks to more than 100 strategists, historians, activists, and voters about how the party of Roosevelt, Kennedy, and Obama arrived at this moment, and how it can lead the country out.</p>
By Crooked Media, Two-Up
Sarah Kendzior and Andrea Chalupa are experts on authoritarian states who warned America about election hacking years before 2016. Here, they take a deep dive on the news, skipping outrage to deliver analysis, history, context, and sharp insight on global affairs.
By Andrea Chalupa & Sarah Kendzior
Conversations at the Washington Library is the premier podcast about George Washington and his Early American world. Join host Jim Ambuske each week as he talks with scholars, digital humanists, librarians, and other guests about Washington's era and the way we tell stories about the past.
By Mount Vernon
On February 12, 1971, in Durham, North Carolina, a 20 year-old nursing student and her 19 year-old boyfriend left a Valentine's Dance to park down a secluded lover's lane. They never returned. Two weeks later, their bodies were found deep within the Carolina pines. They had been strangled, tortured, and murdered. Their murders have never been solved. THE LONG DANCE is the story of the lives touched by the murders of Patricia Mann and Jesse McBane. Produced by crime fiction author Eryk Pruitt, investigative reporter Drew Adamek, and sound engineer Piper Kessler, it uses recorded interviews to tell the tragic tale of North Carolina's most baffling murder case. The eight-part true crime podcast is perfect for fans of SERIAL and S-TOWN.
By Eryk Pruitt