As chosen by Ira Glass.
As chosen by Ira Glass.
“You crazy for this one. It’s your Uber!”
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Seriously, it’s time you subscribed to true crime podcast Serial, which casts an obsessive lure to its enraptured listeners. Plus, Sarah Koenig on the potential lack of resolution for the curious case of Adnan Syed.
Today on our show, Shakespeare sux.
Radio host Ira Glass didst belittle Shakespeare and the internet doth protest.
The beloved This American Life host tells BuzzFeed why he gave in.
Winners of the 2014 Peabody Award for excellence in electronic storytelling share the best (and sometimes worst) advice they’ve gotten, and the best advice they’d pass along to young storytellers.
The American public radio programme is finally making a debut on British radio this Sunday. But with only a limited 13-week run on Radio 4 Extra, which of the more than 500 episodes should you consider listening to after the series is over?
This American Life’s Ira Glass tells BuzzFeed about the radio-inspired stories gracing today’s Google homepage, as well as his own Valentine’s Day plans.
Except for the use of the Oxford comma. Nobody will ever agree on that.
In 2011, a video of the This American LIfe host talking about creativity spread across the internet. But for Glass, it was a “weirdly impersonal” experience.
Ira Glass: “My main goal has been to just be in a situation where I’m not bored with my job.”
Hey, Ira, why don’t you come check out the American Life in MY PANTS.
Radio is theater of the mind, right?
Artist Gaelan Kelly used his cartooning powers to illustrate what he imagines NPR’s hosts look like based on their voices. Garrison Keillor might just be the best.
“If you think nerdy intellectuals with nasally voices are sexy, then please won’t you support us?” An ingenious crafting of what the Ira Glass sex tape would sound like, in the style of “This American Life.” Thanks, Adam!
Earlier today Ira Glass was at the same pizza place as me for lunch. Here is a list of five things I desperately wanted to do to make sure I didn’t let this crossing paths with a god go to waste versus what I actually did… View List ›
“This American Life” host Ira Glass has lent his unique vocal talents to a cover of the late Elliott Smith’s “Say Yes.”
The most epic staring contest ever committed to a visual medium. Watch Video ›
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It started on radio, moved to television, and now it’s going live: Tonight, This American Life will be broadcast live from a New York stage to movie screens across the country. Read More ›