Slate is one of the pioneers of podcasting. Since launching in 2005, our topical podcasts have been singled out for praise by Stephen Colbert and Ira Glass, among many others. Find out what they and millions of listeners already love about our shows. Browse through and subscribe to our current offerings below, visit our Apple page from your iPhone or iPad, or listen to our most recent episodes on SoundCloud.
Slate's Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick: A program about the law, and the nine Supreme Court justices who interpret it for the rest of America (posts several times a month).
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Slate’s Whistlestop (Wednesdays): Tales from campaign-trail history, as told by Slate’s chief political correspondent (and Political Gabfest panelist) John Dickerson. Hear about the grand speeches, emergency strategies, baby-kissing, and backstabbing that make each presidential election cycle so fascinating.
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Slate's The Gist with Mike Pesca: A daily afternoon podcast about news, culture, and whatever else you'll be discussing with friends and family tonight.
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Slate’s Working: A podcast about what people do all day. Interviews have included a Los Angeles–based waiter, a farmer, a Google coder, a school principal, a flight paramedic, and some guy named Stephen Colbert. Hosted by David Plotz of Atlas Obscura and Adam Davidson of NPR’s Planet Money.
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Slate's Mom and Dad Are Fighting (Every other Thursday): Slate editors Allison Benedikt and Dan Kois review and debate the latest parenting news, and try to stay civil.
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Slate TV Club Podcast: Critics and guests discuss current TV shows such as Downton Abbey, The Americans, and Better Call Saul, episode by episode. Please note: May contain spoilers, disagreements, passionate endorsements, and outright dismissals.
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