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Dance Yourself Free (Throwback)

Beyonce's Renaissance brought house music back to mainstream audiences. But even when it wasn't gracing the Grammys, house never went... more

22 Feb 2024 · 50 minutes
Love, Throughline

We asked you to call us with your stories of looking for love in the 21st century — and man,... more

15 Feb 2024 · 54 minutes
The Scent of History

What if we told you that the key to time travel has been right in front of our eyes this... more

08 Feb 2024 · 51 minutes
James Baldwin's Shadow (Throwback)

James Baldwin believed that America has been lying to itself since its founding. An insightful commentator on Black identity, American... more

01 Feb 2024 · 44 minutes
Bonus: The Empty Grave of Comrade Bishop

In October of 1983, Grenada's Prime Minister Maurice Bishop was assassinated in a coup, along with seven of his cabinet... more

30 Jan 2024 · 49 minutes
The Man Who Cured Aging

In 1899, Elie Metchnikoff woke up in Paris to learn that he had defeated old age. At least, that's what... more

25 Jan 2024 · 49 minutes
The Right to Bear Arms

In April 1938, an Oklahoma bank robber was arrested for carrying an unregistered sawed-off shotgun across state lines. The robber,... more

18 Jan 2024 · 51 minutes
When Things Fall Apart (Throwback)

Climate change, political unrest, random violence: modern society can often feel like what the filmmaker Werner Herzog calls "a thin... more

11 Jan 2024 · 49 minutes
The Nostalgia Bone (2021)

They say "everything old becomes new again." Today, that's baggy jeans, shag haircuts, 90s music, TV sitcoms – the latest... more

04 Jan 2024 · 56 minutes
Editing Reality (2023)

We live in divided times, when the answer to the question 'what is reality?' depends on who you ask. Almost... more

28 Dec 2023 · 52 minutes
Apology: The Way Back (2023)

Our society is saturated in apologies. They're scripted, they're public, and they often feel less than sincere. Political, corporate, celebrity... more

21 Dec 2023 · 52 minutes
Dare to Dissent

Sometimes, the most dangerous and powerful thing a person can do is to stand up not against their enemies, but... more

14 Dec 2023 · 50 minutes
The Lord Of Misrule

On November 18, 1633, a book went to press in London. Its author, Thomas Morton, had been exiled from the... more

07 Dec 2023 · 49 minutes
A.D.A. Now! (2020)

The Americans with Disabilities Act is considered the most important civil rights law since the 1960s. Through first-person stories, we... more

30 Nov 2023 · 58 minutes
How U.S. Unions Took Flight

Hot Labor Summer has continued into fall as workers in industries from retail and carmaking to healthcare and Hollywood have... more

23 Nov 2023 · 47 minutes
A History of Hamas

On October 7th, the organization Hamas, which is also the ruling government of Gaza, perpetrated an attack just across the... more

16 Nov 2023 · 51 minutes
Grenada: Nobody's Backyard (2021)

A Marxist revolution, a Cold War proxy battle, and a dream of a Black utopia. In 1983, Ronald Reagan ordered... more

09 Nov 2023 · 57 minutes
The Supreme Court's Shadow Docket

Roe. Brown. Obergefell. Dobbs. These Supreme Court decisions are the ones that make headlines, and eventually history books. But today,... more

02 Nov 2023 · 49 minutes
The Three Faces of Ataturk

"Authority, without any condition and reservation, belongs to the nation." A military commander named Mustafa Kemal uttered these words in... more

26 Oct 2023 · 53 minutes
The Dance of the Dead (2021)

Long before it was a sugary moviefest, the Halloween we know was called Samhain. The Celts of ancient Ireland believed... more

19 Oct 2023 · 50 minutes
The Contradictions of Abraham Lincoln

In 1855, Abraham Lincoln wrote a letter to his best friend, Joshua Speed. Speed was from a wealthy, slave-owning Kentucky... more

12 Oct 2023 · 49 minutes
Two Miles Down The Road

Deborah and Ken Ferruccio saw the toxic chemical spill while they were driving home late one summer night in 1978:... more

05 Oct 2023 · 55 minutes
Tenochtitlán: A Retelling of the Conquest (2021)

In a sense, 1521 is Mexico's 1619. A foundational moment that for centuries has been shaped by just one perspective:... more

28 Sep 2023 · 52 minutes
David v Goliath

In the year 1258, more than 100,000 soldiers amassed outside the great Islamic city of Baghdad. They were the Mongol... more

21 Sep 2023 · 51 minutes
A Tale of Two Tribal Nations

The word "reservation" implies "reserved" – as in, this land is reserved for Native Americans. But most reservation land actually... more

14 Sep 2023 · 51 minutes
Silicon Island (2022)

In a world where computer chips run everything from laptops to cars to the Nintendo Switch, Taiwan is the undisputed... more

07 Sep 2023 · 48 minutes
How Korean Culture Went Global (2022)

From BTS to Squid Game to high-end beauty standards, South Korea reigns as a global exporter of pop culture and... more

31 Aug 2023 · 48 minutes
By Accident of Birth (2022)

In August of 1895, a ship called the SS Coptic approached the coast of Northern California. On that boat was... more

24 Aug 2023 · 58 minutes
The Characters That Built China (2022)

Today, China is a global superpower. But less than two hundred years ago, the nation was in a state of... more

17 Aug 2023 · 49 minutes
The Lavender Scare

One day in late April 1958, a young economist named Madeleine Tress was approached by two men in suits at... more

10 Aug 2023 · 51 minutes
Getting to Sesame Street (2022)

American schools have always been more than where we go to learn the ABCs: They're places where socialization happens and... more

03 Aug 2023 · 49 minutes
The Hidden War

How does a country go from its leader winning the Nobel Peace Prize to all-out war in just one year?... more

27 Jul 2023 · 52 minutes
All Wars Are Fought Twice (2022)

"All wars are fought twice, the first time on the battlefield, the second time in memory," writes Pulitzer Prize-winning author... more

20 Jul 2023 · 47 minutes
No Bad Ideas?

Humans have always created. But historian Samuel W. Franklin argues that "creativity" didn't become a social value until the Cold... more

13 Jul 2023 · 51 minutes
The Legacy of Henry Kissinger

Depending on where you stand, Henry Kissinger is either a foreign policy mastermind or a war criminal. Some see him... more

06 Jul 2023 · 49 minutes
After Roe: A New Battlefield (2022)

The Supreme Court's decision in Roe v. Wade transformed the landscape of abortion rights overnight. For the doctors, lawyers, feminists,... more

29 Jun 2023 · 52 minutes
The Labor Of Love

There's a powerful fantasy in American society: the fantasy of the ideal mother. This mother is devoted to her family... more

22 Jun 2023 · 52 minutes
Affirmative Action

This conversation was recorded ahead of the Supreme Court's expected decision on affirmative action. As of publishing, no decision has... more

15 Jun 2023 · 49 minutes
Before Roe: The Physicians' Crusade (2022)

Abortion wasn't always controversial. In fact, in colonial America it would have been considered a fairly common practice: a private... more

08 Jun 2023 · 52 minutes
The Ghost in Your Phone

It's hot. A mother works outside, a baby strapped to her back. The two of them breathe in toxic dust,... more

01 Jun 2023 · 52 minutes
The Freedom of Speech

Book bans, disinformation, the wild world of the internet. Free speech debates are all around us. What were the Founding... more

25 May 2023 · 49 minutes
History Is Over (2021)

As the end of the 20th century approached, Radiohead took to the recording studio to capture the sound of a... more

18 May 2023 · 50 minutes
Mythos and Melodrama in the Philippines

Corruption. Wealth. Authoritarianism. Torture. These are the words many people associate with Ferdinand Marcos, the former dictator of the Philippines,... more

11 May 2023 · 52 minutes
What's Your Worth?

The credit score: even if you don't think much about it, that three-digit number can change your life. A high... more

04 May 2023 · 49 minutes
Cinco de Mayo and the Rise of Modern Mexico (2022)

Does history have a border? That is the question at the heart of Cinco de Mayo, May 5th, a holiday... more

27 Apr 2023 · 50 minutes
The Way Back

Our society is saturated in apologies. They're scripted, they're public, and they often feel less than sincere. Political, corporate, celebrity... more

20 Apr 2023 · 52 minutes
Past is Prologue: Talking Taxes

Benjamin Franklin said the only certainties in life are death and taxes. Sifting through receipts, deciphering confusing codes, and filling... more

13 Apr 2023 · 50 minutes
Student Loans: The Fund-Eating Dragon (2022)

At the start of the 20th century, only the most privileged could afford to go to college. Today, millions of... more

06 Apr 2023 · 50 minutes
Throughline Presents: Louder Than A Riot

Louder Than A Riot breaks down how hip-hop history is told. Who gets to be remembered and who gets left... more

04 Apr 2023 · 56 minutes
The Mystery of Inflation (2022)

Rising interest rates. Layoffs. A shrinking dollar. Over the past year, the US economy has been squeezed: The same amount... more

30 Mar 2023 · 49 minutes
Everyone Everywhere All At Once

This year's Oscars were one of the most diverse in history, in all kinds of ways. Everything Everywhere All At... more

23 Mar 2023 · 49 minutes
Meltdown (2020)

What happens when an accident puts the public at risk? In the early hours of March 28, 1979, a system... more

16 Mar 2023 · 51 minutes
A More Perfect Human

The dream of AI — artificial intelligence — has been around for centuries: the idea of an intelligent machine without... more

09 Mar 2023 · 52 minutes
Dance Yourself Free

Ever since Beyonce's Renaissance dropped last summer, house music has found its way back to mainstream audiences, prompting some to... more

02 Mar 2023 · 50 minutes
Of Rats and Men (2022)

Rats. Love 'em or hate 'em, (though you probably hate 'em), they're part of our world. And they've been out... more

23 Feb 2023 · 51 minutes
Throughline Presents: White Lies

It all started with a photograph. A photograph from 1991 of a prison takeover in rural Alabama. A photograph of... more

16 Feb 2023 · 46 minutes
The Whiteness Myth

In 1923, an Indian American man named Bhagat Singh Thind argued before the U.S. Supreme Court that he was a... more

09 Feb 2023 · 50 minutes
The Real Black Panthers (2021)

In 1968, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover said the Black Panther Party "without question, represents the greatest threat to the... more

02 Feb 2023 · 51 minutes
When Things Fall Apart

Climate change, political unrest, random violence - Western society can often feel like what the filmmaker Werner Herzog calls, "a... more

26 Jan 2023 · 50 minutes
Extremist Futures

It's 2074 and a suicide bomber has killed the President of the United States. Months later Marines open fire on... more

19 Jan 2023 · 48 minutes
Do Not Pass Go (2022)

There's more to Monopoly than you might think. It's one of the best-selling board games in history — despite huge... more

12 Jan 2023 · 50 minutes
Nancy Pelosi (2019)

Nancy Pelosi is the highest-ranking woman in American politics. She made her first run for public office at 47 years... more

09 Jan 2023 · 23 minutes
The Monster of We (2021)

Are most modern problems caused by selfishness or a lack of it? Ayn Rand, a Russian American philosopher and writer,... more

05 Jan 2023 · 58 minutes
The New Gilded Age (2022)

Philanthropic foundations are a fundamental part of our society: they support media, the arts, education, medical research, and more. NPR,... more

29 Dec 2022 · 50 minutes
God Wants You To Be Rich (2021)

In the New Testament, Jesus says it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle... more

22 Dec 2022 · 48 minutes
Road to Partition

What happens when a nation splits apart? It's a question many of us are asking ourselves today. It happened 75... more

15 Dec 2022 · 52 minutes
400 Years of Sweetness

In the 1970s, a savvy CEO named Dwayne Andreas hit on an idea: take surplus corn from America's heartland, process... more

08 Dec 2022 · 52 minutes
The Nostalgia Bone (2021)

The global pandemic spawned a different type of epidemic, one of an entirely different nature: a nostalgia outbreak. Longing for... more

01 Dec 2022 · 56 minutes
La Última Copa: El sueño del pibe

Ésta semana te presentamos un episodio muy especial de nuestros amigos en NPR y Futuro Media — su primer episodio... more

26 Nov 2022 · 41 minutes
The Last Cup: The Kid's Dream

This week we're bringing you something special from our friends at NPR and Futuro Media: the first episode of the... more

24 Nov 2022 · 41 minutes
Qatar's World Cup

Football, aka soccer, is life. At least, it is for many people across the globe. There are few things that... more

17 Nov 2022 · 51 minutes
Dreams, Creatures, and Visions

We are in the season of chaos. It can feel like everything is happening at once: You might be sprinting... more

10 Nov 2022 · 48 minutes
The Most Sacred Right (2020)

Born into slavery in the early 1800s, Frederick Douglass would live to see the Civil War, Emancipation, Black men getting... more

03 Nov 2022 · 1 hour, 2 minutes
The State of Disunion

Is the U.S. on the brink of civil war? It's a question that has been in the air for a... more

27 Oct 2022 · 48 minutes
The Woman Question

What's happening in Iran right now is unprecedented. But the Iranian people's struggle for gender equality began generations before the... more

20 Oct 2022 · 49 minutes
The Dance of the Dead (2021)

Halloween — the night of ghost stories and trick-or-treating — has religious origins that span over two thousand years. Over... more

13 Oct 2022 · 49 minutes
Silicon Island

In a world where computer chips run everything from laptops to cars to the Nintendo Switch, Taiwan is the undisputed... more

06 Oct 2022 · 46 minutes
Editing Reality

We live in divided times, when the answer to the question 'what is reality?' depends on who you ask. Almost... more

29 Sep 2022 · 51 minutes
Five Fingers Crush the Land (2021)

Over one million Uyghur people have been detained in camps in China, according to estimates, subjected to torture, forced labor,... more

22 Sep 2022 · 55 minutes
Getting to Sesame Street

In American history, schools have not just been places to learn the ABCs – they're places where socialization happens and... more

15 Sep 2022 · 49 minutes
How Korean Culture Went Global

From BTS to Squid Game to high-end beauty standards, South Korea reigns as a global exporter of pop culture and... more

08 Sep 2022 · 47 minutes
American Socialist (2020)

It's been over a century since a self-described socialist was a viable candidate for president of the United States. And... more

01 Sep 2022 · 1 hour, 1 minute
Drone Wars (2021)

Unseen, they stalk their targets from thousands of feet in the air. Operators are piloting them from military bases halfway... more

25 Aug 2022 · 1 hour,
Afghanistan: The Rise of the Taliban (2021)

How did a small group of Islamic students go from local vigilantes to one of the most infamous and enigmatic... more

18 Aug 2022 · 54 minutes
Afghanistan: The Center of the World (2021)

Afghanistan has, for centuries, been at the center of the world. Long before the U.S. invasion — before the U.S.... more

11 Aug 2022 · 55 minutes
The Mystery of Inflation

Gas. Meat. Flights. Houses. The price of things have gone up by as much as nine percent since last year.... more

04 Aug 2022 · 49 minutes
Nikole Hannah-Jones and the Country We Have (2021)

Is history always political? Who gets to decide? What happens when you challenge common narratives? In this episode, Throughline's Rund... more

28 Jul 2022 · 49 minutes
Student Loans: The Fund-Eating Dragon

At the start of the 20th century, only the most privileged could afford to go to college. Today, millions of... more

21 Jul 2022 · 50 minutes
The Long Hot Summer (2020)

Things in the U.S. feel tense right now. Two years after a police officer killed George Floyd outside a Minneapolis... more

14 Jul 2022 · 41 minutes
Throughline Presents: School Colors

School District 28 is located in one of the most racially and ethnically diverse places in the U.S.: Queens, N.Y.... more

07 Jul 2022 · 51 minutes
Do Not Pass Go

There's more to Monopoly than you might think. It's one of the best-selling board games in history — despite huge... more

30 Jun 2022 · 50 minutes
The Evangelical Vote (2019)

When Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, the door opened on one of those rare opportunities to tip the... more

23 Jun 2022 · 50 minutes
After Roe: A New Battlefield

The Supreme Court's decision in Roe v. Wade transformed the landscape of abortion rights overnight. For the doctors, lawyers, feminists,... more

16 Jun 2022 · 52 minutes
By Accident of Birth

In August of 1895, a ship called the SS Coptic approached the coast of Northern California. On that boat was... more

09 Jun 2022 · 58 minutes
The Modern White Power Movement (2020)

The recent shooting in Buffalo, New York, which authorities are investigating as a hate crime, has yet again highlighted the... more

02 Jun 2022 · 47 minutes
The Characters That Built China

Today, China is a global superpower. But less than two hundred years ago, the nation was in a state of... more

26 May 2022 · 48 minutes
Before Roe: The Physicians' Crusade

Abortion wasn't always controversial. In fact, in colonial America it would have been considered a fairly common practice: a private... more

19 May 2022 · 52 minutes
Bonus: The Forgotten Mothers of Civil Rights History

MLK Jr., Malcolm X and James Baldwin are household names, but what about their mothers? This hour, author Anna Malaika... more

17 May 2022 · 49 minutes
The Shadows of the Constitution (2020)

The Constitution is like America's secular Bible, our sacred founding document. As the Supreme Court debates the future of Roe... more

12 May 2022 · 42 minutes
Cinco de Mayo and the Rise of Modern Mexico

Does history have a border? That is the question at the heart of Cinco de Mayo, May 5th, a holiday... more

05 May 2022 · 50 minutes
The New Gilded Age

Philanthropic foundations are a fundamental part of our society: they support media, the arts, education, medical research, and more. NPR,... more

28 Apr 2022 · 49 minutes
Force of Nature (2021)

Rivers on fire, acid rain falling from the sky, species going extinct, oil spills, polluted air, and undrinkable water: For... more

21 Apr 2022 · 48 minutes
The Everlasting Problem (2020)

Health insurance for millions of Americans is dependent on their jobs. But it's not like that everywhere. So how did... more

14 Apr 2022 · 54 minutes
Capitalism: What Makes Us Free? (2021)

What's the role of government in society? What do we mean when we talk about individual responsibility? What makes us... more

07 Apr 2022 · 50 minutes
The Land of the Fee (2021)

Tipping is a norm in the United States—and it's always been controversial. The practice took off after the Civil War,... more

31 Mar 2022 · 44 minutes
All Wars Are Fought Twice

"All wars are fought twice, the first time on the battlefield, the second time in memory," writes Pulitzer Prize-winning author... more

24 Mar 2022 · 48 minutes
Our Own People (2021)

A Japanese American activist whose early political awakenings came while incarcerated in the concentration camps of World War II America,... more

17 Mar 2022 · 51 minutes
Ukraine's Dangerous Independence

Months before Vladimir Putin launched a full-scale military invasion of Ukraine, he published an essay on the Kremlin website called... more

10 Mar 2022 · 43 minutes
Of Rats and Men

Rats. Love 'em or hate 'em, (though you probably hate 'em), they're part of our world. And during the pandemic,... more

03 Mar 2022 · 51 minutes
There Are No Utopias

It may seem bleak, but Robin D.G Kelley's view of the world says there is no promise of liberation, only... more

24 Feb 2022 · 49 minutes
Marcus Garvey: Pan-Africanist (2021)

Black people deserve nothing less than everything: This was Marcus Garvey's simple, uncompromising message. His speeches on Pan-Africanism — the... more

17 Feb 2022 · 59 minutes
Pirates of the Senate

The fight over the filibuster brings up some deeper questions that we as a country are facing. How do we... more

10 Feb 2022 · 52 minutes
A Story Of Us?

We've been seeing a lot of debate recently about how history should be taught. For example, some believe that the... more

03 Feb 2022 · 46 minutes
Russia's Longest Leader: Vladimir Putin (2019)

As tensions between Ukraine and Russia escalate, we decided to take a look at the man who has been running... more

27 Jan 2022 · 33 minutes
Throughline Sleeps

Life can be tough. Every day brings new challenges. And in order to get through the waking hours we need... more

25 Jan 2022 · 30 minutes
The Way We Dream

Our dreams can haunt us: literally. Recurring dreams about failing tests or running late are a common occurrence, but what... more

20 Jan 2022 · 51 minutes
Bayard Rustin: The Man Behind the March on Washington (2021)

Bayard Rustin, the man behind the March on Washington, was one of the most consequential architects of the civil rights... more

13 Jan 2022 · 1 hour, 10 minutes
The Anatomy of Autocracy: Timothy Snyder (2021)

When a mob of pro-Trump supporters violently stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021 they also incited a defining... more

06 Jan 2022 · 34 minutes
The Electrical Grid (2020)

Today, electricity in the U.S. is a utility we notice only when it's suddenly unavailable. But over a hundred years... more

30 Dec 2021 · 42 minutes
Bonus: On Our Watch

What happens to police officers who use excessive force, tamper with evidence or sexually harass someone? In California, internal affairs... more

28 Dec 2021 · 47 minutes
American Socialist (2020)

American workers are reaching a breaking point. We're seeing a wave of resignations and labor strikes, and a supply chain... more

23 Dec 2021 · 1 hour, 4 minutes
The Monster of We

Are most modern problems caused by selfishness or a lack of it? Ayn Rand, a Russian American philosopher and writer,... more

16 Dec 2021 · 1 hour,
History Is Over

As the end of the 20th century approached, Radiohead took to the recording studio to capture the sound of a... more

09 Dec 2021 · 53 minutes
A Symphony of Resistance (2021)

The Arab Spring erupted eleven years ago when a wave of "pro-democracy" protests spread throughout the Middle East and North... more

02 Dec 2021 · 57 minutes
Fighting Fires and Family Secrets

Uncontrollable western wildfires and a hidden family history — two puzzles that can only be solved with knowledge buried in... more

25 Nov 2021 · 40 minutes
Nikole Hannah-Jones and the Country We Have

Is history always political? Who gets to decide? What happens when you challenge common narratives? In this episode, Throughline's Rund... more

18 Nov 2021 · 50 minutes
Aftermath (2020)

In 1927, the most destructive river flood in U.S. history inundated seven states, displaced more than half a million people... more

11 Nov 2021 · 54 minutes
Bonus: The Deep History of Dune

Rund and Ramtin speak to sci-fi writer and Princeton historian, Haris Durrani, about why the lore of Dune still proves... more

09 Nov 2021 · 44 minutes
Drone Wars

Unseen, they stalk their targets from thousands of feet in the air. Operators are piloting them from military bases halfway... more

04 Nov 2021 · 1 hour, 1 minute
The Dance of the Dead

Halloween — the night of ghost stories and trick-or-treating — has religious origins that span over two thousand years and... more

28 Oct 2021 · 50 minutes
The Stars (2020)

Astrology has existed for thousands of years and has roots that span the globe. But is it a science or... more

21 Oct 2021 · 57 minutes
The Nostalgia Bone

The global pandemic has spawned a different type of epidemic, one of an entirely different nature: a nostalgia outbreak. Longing... more

14 Oct 2021 · 57 minutes
Tenochtitlan: A Retelling of The Conquest

In a sense, 1521 is Mexico's 1619. A foundational moment that has for a long time been shaped by just... more

07 Oct 2021 · 52 minutes
Bonus: Soul Train

When Soul Train was first nationally syndicated in October 1971, there was nothing else like it on TV. It was... more

05 Oct 2021 · 34 minutes
The Shadows of the Constitution (2020)

The Constitution is like America's secular bible, our sacred founding document. In her play, What the Constitution Means to Me,... more

30 Sep 2021 · 43 minutes
Bonus: We're Not Broken

This week we're featuring an episode from Life Kit that focuses on myths surrounding autism, how to talk about it... more

28 Sep 2021 · 23 minutes
The Supreme Court (2020)

When, why, and how did the Supreme Court get the final say in the law of the land? The question... more

23 Sep 2021 · 58 minutes
Afghanistan: The Rise of the Taliban

How did a small group of Islamic students go from local vigilantes to one of the most infamous and enigmatic... more

16 Sep 2021 · 53 minutes
Afghanistan: The Center of the World

Afghanistan has, for centuries, been at the center of the world. Long before the U.S. invasion - before the U.S.... more

09 Sep 2021 · 54 minutes
The Aftermath of Collapse: Bronze Age Edition (2021)

What happens after everything falls apart? The end of the Bronze Age was a moment when an entire network of... more

02 Sep 2021 · 55 minutes
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The global pandemic has spawned a different type of epidemic, one of an entirely different nature: a nostalgia outbreak. Longing for 'simpler... more