From playfulness to deeper feelings, and the spectrum in between

11 EpisodesProduced by Mira Burt-­Wintonick and Cristal Duhaime, Love Me

We always try to highlight a range of emotions in our work, using playfulness to access deeper feelings. And the podcasts we like tend to reflect that, too. We love stuff that makes us laugh, but also stuff that makes us cry. Here are some of our favourite podcast episodes that fall throughout that … read more

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Wonderfully visceral and emotional

November 15th, 2016


Created by Ann Heppermann and Martin Johnson, Serendipity is the podcast for the Sarah Awards, offering a unique and ethereal space for audio …

One of the most uneasy/stressful moments ever

November 14th, 2016


Love + Radio is truly a one-of-a-kind show with some of the most challenging and well-crafted audio stories around. They plunge us into the world of …

Understated and elegantly crafted

November 14th, 2016


Undone is an important podcast that gives events from the past a second look–events that often address issues of race in America. It’s an understated and elegantly crafted show that uses strong journalism as a …

One of the most beautifully produced programs

November 14th, 2016


BBC’s Short Cuts is consistently one of the most beautifully produced programs around. It showcases short pieces from around the world based on a …

An incredibly beautiful podcast about raising a transgender daughter

November 14th, 2016


How to Be a Girl is an incredibly beautiful podcast about a mom who is raising a transgender daughter. Here Be Monsters put together this stand-alone …

Punched me right in the gut.

November 14th, 2016


This isn’t technically a ‘podcast episode’ but it’s such a powerful piece. I just discovered it as one of 2016’s Third Coast winners and oof…it …

My favourite kind of story: morally complicated

November 14th, 2016


I first heard this story on More Perfect even though it originally appeared on Radiolab. It’s my favourite kind of story in that it’s morally …

Jonathan Mitchell’s remarkable audio fiction

November 14th, 2016


Audio fiction is so hard to do well and Jonathan Mitchell is one of those few people who is consistently putting out remarkable work. This piece is written by Diana McCorry and demonstrates one of the key elements of an …

A personal story taps into universal feelings

November 14th, 2016


We worked with Jonathan Goldstein for 10 years on WireTap and we are really loving his new show. In this episode, he tries to help his 80-year-old …

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