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Add to Cart with Kulap Vilaysack & SuChin Pak

Add to Cart with Kulap Vilaysack & SuChin Pak

Join the hosts of Add to Cart, comedian-writer-director Kulap Vilaysack and veteran journalist SuChin Pak, in a subversive take on consumerism. Each week, they have honest, revealing (sometimes TMI) conversations about all the big and little things they’re adding to, or removing from, their carts. They decide what's worth the monetary/emotional investment, and what's not. From beauty products and health trends, to celebrities and philosophies they’re passionate about, our hosts dig into anything we buy into and what it says about who we are. (1 x week, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
After 1954

After 1954

This four-episode narrative series will be rooted in the founding premise of the 1954 Project, launched to honor the promise of Brown v. Board of Education – to build an education system where all students and educational leaders in the nation would be able to work and learn alongside each other, delighting in each others’ brilliance and allowing the country to benefit from its greatest gift, diversity. 1954 will weave together voices and perspectives of past, present and future on the promise of Black philanthropy and Black education. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
As Me with Sinéad

As Me with Sinéad

What’s the first step towards becoming more empathetic? Listening. Academic, TED alum, fashion enthusiast, and advocate Sinéad Burke leads candid conversations with diverse, notable guests who explain what it’s like to be them. They challenge us to confront our biases, deepen our humanity, and feel empowered to impact and change the world around us. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
BEING Golden

BEING Golden

Sex, drugs and being 70. Join our cast of 60+ seniors — Buzz, Gloria, Elise and Henri – as they navigate retirement, friendship, dating, dream-chasing, money woes, adult children with lots of opinions, and yeah… sex. Lots of it. Golden Girls, move over. From Lemonada Media’s BEING Studios: This is audio reality. This is BEING Golden. (Limited series, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
BEING Trans

BEING Trans

We are changing the very definition of a podcast this year with the launch of BEING Studios Audio Reality(TM), the first-ever reality podcast studio. The inaugural season will focus on four diverse trans people living in Los Angeles, presenting listeners with a humorous, touching and entertaining fly-on-the-wall journey through daily routines, feelings, and realities, seeking to answer the question: What is it like being trans? (Limited series, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
Believe Her

Believe Her

In September 2017, young mom Nikki Addimando shot and killed her partner, Chris Grover. She was sentenced to nineteen years to life in prison for murder. Through rare access to police audio, a month-long trial, conversations with Nikki, and original reporting, journalist Justine van der Leun lays out the killing, the evidence, and the aftermath. This six-part series is a riveting chronicle that grapples with assumptions we make about domestic and sexual violence, the long reach of trauma, and the ways in which survival is criminalized. From Lemonada Media and Spiegel & Grau. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
Burnout

Burnout

You’ve read about it. You’ve heard about it. Heck, you’re probably living it. And you’ve probably tried everything to fix it. Levels of burnout are reaching new all-time highs, every single day. And the pandemic has only made things worse. This new series, hosted by Connor Franta, looks into how society reached a burning point and what we can do — really, actually do — to break the cycle. With his signature wit and charm, Connor explores the story of burnout, discovers how it affects your body and mind, and looks at why the easy solutions simply won’t work to solve a systemic problem. From Lemonada and Mindful.org. (Limited series, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
Call for Help

Call for Help

As the nationwide suicide prevention hotline transitions to the easy to remember 988 in July, this four-part series takes a look at the promise and perils of a complex and overwhelmed system and the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to change how mental health emergencies are handed in the U.S. Hosted by Lemonada co-founder and host of Last Day, Stephanie Wittels Wachs, with Correspondent Zak Williams, son of the beloved Robin Williams. In partnership with Sozosei Foundation. (Limited series, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
FIRST

FIRST

A funny show about spectacular people who had a serious impact on society and culture because they were FIRST! In each episode, our host Kareem Rahma is joined by a different comedian to share the life story of a groundbreaking person who broke down a racial barrier. Hilarity ensues as our comedic guests interrupt Kareem, derailing his story with lively banter, witty jokes, and amusing personal anecdotes. From SALT and SomeFriends in partnership with Lemonada Media. (Limited series, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
Funny Cuz It's True

Funny Cuz It's True

Hello and welcome to my podcast. You may recognize my face from the Internet. Maybe you’ve heard my stories about the funny but unbelievable things that have happened to me. Maybe you can relate? (If you can’t relate, just say you do so I feel better.) Well, I have a new podcast. It’s called Funny Cuz It’s True. It has 100% less emojis than my stories usually do, but I get to talk to other comedians, pop culture icons, and people I find really funny, and it’s pretty wild! Brought to you by Powderkeg Media and Lemonada Media. (1 x week, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
Good Grief

Good Grief

It’s a fact: death is inevitable, and so is grief. It can stop us in our tracks, regardless of the amount of time that’s passed. Good Grief is a six-part, sixty-minute binge of true, short stories that immerse us in the grieving process, find healthy (and avoid unhealthy) ways to cope, and even share a few laughs. Comfort, community, and catharsis guide this audio portrait of love and loss. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
Good Kids

Good Kids

How do we raise better kids? How do we make sure they don’t turn into sh*tty adults? For 15 minutes each week, a diverse set of parents, teachers, policy makers, and world shapers grabs the mic and offers relevant advice, rants, and reflections. Think of this as a quasi-manual for how to raise good humans. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
Good Sex

Good Sex

In under 20 minutes each week, you’ll hear first-person takes on forbidden sex, self sex, queer sex, straight sex, senior sex, fake sex—and more. Think of this inclusive and empowering series as the sex ed you never got…but always needed. (1 x week/seasonal, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
Here Lies Me

Here Lies Me

Author and award-winning podcaster Hillary Frank (The Longest Shortest Time) penned this fictional drama with dark humor, perfectly capturing the genuine, natural, and cringy teenage experience. It’s an immersive and sound-rich YA podcast for teen and adult fans of PEN15, Big Mouth, and Stranger Things. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
I'm Sorry

I'm Sorry

Each week, join our trio of comedians as they bring the latest and greatest in Twitter gaffes, petty beef, public shade, and massive systemic failures. Forgive? Forget? Or cancel? Let's process the endless public and personal controversies . . . together. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
In Giro con Fra

In Giro con Fra

In Giro con Fra is an Italian-language podcast that follows Francesca Lazzarin – sociologist, mom, and wife of Jeremiah Fraites (of The Lumineers) – as she navigates different cultures, lifestyles and personal challenges. Featuring thoughtful conversations with notable Italians around the world about their related experiences, Francesca guides us through stories of success, difficulty, and taking a first step towards necessary change of path. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
In Recovery

In Recovery

When you or a loved one needs immediate help, it’s hard to know where to go or what to do. Start here. Join Dr. Nzinga Harrison, a physician board-certified in psychiatry and addiction medicine, Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Eleanor Health, who believes in a comprehensive, compassionate approach to treating addiction. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

Every day, the world seems on the brink of crisis. Join Andy Slavitt and experts, policymakers, journalists and thought leaders Monday, Wednesday and Friday to stay informed, safe and . . . entertained. As a White House advisor, author, crisis response leader, non-partisan counselor to policymakers here and abroad, Andy has been called the ultimate outsider’s insider for a reason. Now, when overlapping crises and a relentless news cycle overwhelm Americans, Andy finds the right helpers to help us move forward together. Smarter. Calmer. Get in the bubble. (3 x week, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
Last Day

Last Day

Join host Stephanie Wittels Wachs, as she confronts massive epidemics with humanity, wit, and a quest for progress. While Last Day’s Season 1 chronicled the opioid crisis in America, Season 2 delves into the growing suicide rate, and Season 3 tackles the gun crisis in America, telling real stories, talking to experts, and asking everyone along the way, “How did we get here, and what could we have done differently?” (1 x week/seasonal, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
Let's Tawk with Jaime Primak Sullivan

Let's Tawk with Jaime Primak Sullivan

Tell Me What to Do is back with a new name: Let's Tawk! An expansion of her wildly popular daily FB series #cawfeetawk, Let's Tawk connects Bravo star and best-selling author Jaime Primak Sullivan with listeners who are ready to sweep their mess out from under the rug and get real, practical, no-nonsense advice about life-ing, wife-ing, mom-ing, and the bullsh*t we call balance. This is the audio advice column we all need. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
Mouthpeace with Michael & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael & Pele Bennett

In Mouthpeace, the NFL star Michael Bennett and Pele Bennett invite listeners and guests into their professional and private lives to take on topics provocative and personal: from sitting out the national anthem to keeping their sex life fresh. Like Michael and Pele, Mouthpeace manages to be many things at once: hilarious, inquisitive, and unfiltered. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
New Day

New Day

New Day is now 3 times a week! Each episode will find new ways to make life a little better with author, therapist, and grief expert Claire Bidwell Smith. On Mondays and Wednesdays, hear easy actions you can implement to make meaningful changes in your life, and also answers to your questions. On Friday, hear an interview with an amazing guest who has experienced something difficult in their lives, sharing insights you can use to help you navigate challenging situations in yours. (3 x week, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
No One Is Coming to Save Us

No One Is Coming to Save Us

Not only is no one is coming to save us, but we’re now in the fight of our lives. America has become an even more inhospitable place to conceive, have, and raise a child. Access to health care and related rights are shrinking, while efforts to advance gender equity, including infrastructure for child care, stall out. Every Thursday, veteran reporter Gloria Riviera talks to people on the front lines who are pushing society forward — from reproductive justice to child care — and shows you how to be a part of the movement to make change happen. No one is coming to save us, so let’s save ourselves. Presented by Neighborhood Villages. (1 x week, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
Our America with Julián Castro

Our America with Julián Castro

Secretary Julián Castro helps listeners understand how to make sense of a non-stop stream of headlines. Joined by his long-time communications strategist, Sawyer Hackett, plus a collection of political leaders, journalists, and operatives from across the country, Julián reveals insider perspectives and witty hot takes on what’s troubling Our America. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
Raised by Ricki

Raised by Ricki

In the 1990s, a generation of kids, teens, and young adults got home, kicked off their sneakers, and settled down in front of the TV to watch Ricki Lake. Hosted by Ricki herself alongside TV personality and digital creator Kalen Allen, Raised By Ricki revisits the 90s iconic talk show, The Ricki Lake Show, and the era to which it belonged. (1 x week, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
The Cost of Care

The Cost of Care

“What's your life worth?” Healthcare in America can trap you, bankrupt you or kill you. David Smith, healthcare economist who grew up in a Mormon community, lost his father, sister, and brother to the same deadly epidemic. In this series, David empowers us by explaining how to create a system that works in every zip code. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
The Letter

The Letter

On a peaceful evening in 1996, Jorge Benvenuto walked down a mountain hillside with a gun, approached a teen couple, and pulled the trigger, killing Zach Snarr and wounding Yvette Rodier in her head, leg, and shoulder. Yvette pretended to be dead until the gunman left, and then crawled to the top of the hillside to flag down a passing car. At age 19, the killer faced the prospect of life in prison, but avoided the death penalty by pleading guilty. More than two decades later, in a letter penned by the killer, Jorge sought forgiveness and transformed the lives of Zach's parents, Sy and Ron Snarr. Every Monday, Zach's mother eagerly anticipates a phone call and conversation with someone she dearly loves. The man on the other end of the call is the man who killed her son. (Limited series, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
The Untold Story

The Untold Story

On seasons 1 and 2, we took a deep look into policing and criminal justice in America. This season on The Untold Story, we go even further, with three investigations of injustice happening in your own backyard. From executive producer Jay Ellis and Lemonada Media, this season covers how we can fix the humanitarian crisis happening at Rikers Island; why your tax dollars are funding software that leads to over policing in our most vulnerable communities; and the racist roots of the debunked medical term excited delirium. Host Travon Free talks to real people who have experienced the effects first-hand, as well as lawyers, organizers, and city officials who are all part of the effort to answer the question: How can we hold our most powerful institutions accountable? (1 x week/seasonal, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
USA v. Garcia Luna

USA v. Garcia Luna

A Mexican-American journalist and a Cuban-Mexican investigative reporter walk into a recording studio with a bottle of tequila and reveal one of the most shocking true crime investigative stories you will ever hear. From Futuro Investigates and Latino USA —in partnership with Lemonada Media—“USA v. García Luna” tells the story of the most powerful Mexican government official ever to face trial in the United States for his alleged ties to the infamous drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán. His name is Genaro García Luna. Maybe you've never heard about him, but in five episodes, Pulitzer Prize winner Maria Hinojosa and Emmy Award winner Peniley Ramírez will tell you why he matters and how his story connects to the U.S. government, the war on drugs and millions of dollars from U.S. taxpayers. This is not your regular narco series. It’s the result of a 10-year investigation and a shared journalistic obsession. We tackle corruption in the DEA, question how U.S. money funds the war on drugs and how Washington picks its allies. It gets deep, personal and absurd. It’s really like true crime meets telenovela. (Limited series, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)
Uncared For

Uncared For

You’re more likely to die as a pregnant person in the United States than any other wealthy nation in the world. Why? This six-part series, hosted by award-winning journalist SuChin Pak (Add to Cart, MTV News), takes a deeply personal and wide-ranging look at maternal health care around the globe to find the answer. We start in the United States then travel to Germany, the Netherlands, and Costa Rica to see what works and what desperately needs to change. From Lemonada Media and The Commonwealth Fund. (limited series, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
V Interesting with V Spehar

V Interesting with V Spehar

Hosted by the beloved host of TikTok's Under the Desk News, V Spehar, this twice-weekly show breaks down news and culture with a mindful approach to tough subject matter for generally intelligent, curious, critical thinkers who want verified facts & context without opinion. (2 x week, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
Where Is My Mind?

Where Is My Mind?

This is a podcast about how we can navigate the manic, always-on, and head-melting world we live in. Our lives are changing so quickly, it’s hard to keep up. Although a lot of this change is for the better, our culture is more fast paced, more polarized, more narcissistic, and more disconnected than ever, and that’s having a massive effect on our stress levels. We’re overwhelmed, we’re too busy, we’re out of balance. In this podcast, Niall ‘Bressie’ Breslin talks about what impact this society has on us, and how we can deal with it by introducing the basics of mindfulness practice and meditation. (1 x week, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
Workin' On It

Workin' On It

On Workin' On It, Meghan Trainor and her big brother Ryan Trainor get more honest than ever before. The sibling duo takes on a new topic each week, shares their stories, and brings listeners into the conversation. From becoming a new mom, to navigating Hollywood, to mental health, and everything in between, Meghan, Ryan, and friends get into the nitty gritty of their lives and leave no details behind. Prepare to laugh, cry, and hopefully learn something new. (Weekly, :30 pre and :60 mid, host read)
Written Off

Written Off

Walter Thompson-Hernández speaks with formerly incarcerated young writers whose work is read over the course of the season by creatives like John Legend, Issa Rae, Yvonne Orji, Karamo Brown, Jay Ellis, Keke Palmer, Jesse Williams, and many more. Vulnerable poems and honest stories play out against a tailored soundtrack with original music. The voices of those locked up in the U.S. prison system have been all but written off, but no more. From Lemonada Media and Black Bar Mitzvah. (Back catalog, :30 pre and :60 mid, producer read)