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And from the show’s early days, it has served as a showcase for the talents of the two Davids, Sedaris and Rakoff.
The producers themselves don't know how their story ends: They approach the subject as intensely curious storytellers, not crusaders for the accused or the deceased.The pacing is fantastic, too: Every week I'm left wanting more. I've listened to every episode as the show grew into an increasingly polished purveyor of top-notch narrative nonfiction.A high-school senior named Hae Min Lee disappeared one day after school in 1999, in Baltimore County, Maryland. The case against him was largely based on the story of one witness, Adnan’s friend Jay, who testified that he helped Adnan bury Hae's body. Sarah Koenig sorted through thousands of documents, listened to trial testimony and police interrogations, and talked to everyone she could find who remembered what happened between Adnan Syed and Hae Min Lee.In recent years the availability of video streaming from sites such as Netflix and Amazon has given rise to the trend of binge watching TV shows (Breaking Bad, Lost, 24, Orange Is The New Black, Mad Men, House of Cards, etc.).This has now carried over into Podcasting (listening to radio type shows on-demand) due to the unprecendented popularity of "Serial", a 2014 podcast that people just can't get enough of.I've managed to limit myself to a couple of episodes a day from their archives, but only because, like the other podcasts I've mentioned, they produce standalone episodes that encompass the full arc of a particular story.
is often compared because the first serial Koenig has tackled is the story of Adnan Syed, a high school student convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend. Or has he been wrongly jailed for a crime he didn't commit?
Millions of people who had never even heard a podcast before became obsessed with Serial and binge listened to all of the episodes.
, both of which consistently produce some of America's very best journalism.
“CRUSHED” reveals how silence, power, and control are dynamics that can permeate relationships even when the partners do not live together, how such relationships can affect everything from self-esteem to friendships to school performance, and how parents and guardians rarely know how to talk about the distinction between healthy and abusive relationships.
All “CRUSHED” stories are available at wnyc.org/crushed and full descriptions are below. ” a first-person audio diary spanning two years that documents Rainy's process of separating, reuniting, and separating again from her older, abusive boyfriend, will air nationally on the acclaimed public radio show and top I-tunes podcast “This American Life,” over the weekend of September 19 and 20.
Her 17-year-old ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, was arrested for the crime, and within a year, he was sentenced to life in prison.