A collection of work from the Podcast Workshop at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts

Crashing: He’s A Fun Date on A Full Moon

“People find wolves fascinating. Whether you hate ‘em or love ‘em, people like to talk about them a lot.” Ed Bangs has always loved spending time in the great outdoors. He worked as a wildlife biologist in Alaska, and then became the first Federal Wolf Recovery Coordinator in 1986.  “Wolves have always been big symbols…More

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TRUtalk with CK: My Love

Falling in love through waves of emotion. Producer Carly Kline writes: Everyone falls in love at weird times. I have never heard a love story that was “planned”, it’s always destined to happen unexpectedly. That’s love I guess…it flows in and out like the ocean, you fall just like the rain…and sometimes it burns so…More

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Little Things : Faith

Faith and religion have a lot of connotations, many of which are now negative in the modern world. Wars have been fought around belief, and conflicts have been driven by religion. In this episode, Felicia Sobhani, a practitioner of the Baha’i Faith, talks about how her faith has brought her peace, and a different perspective…More

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Huztle: Anna Zhang – Youth Advocate, Photographer, Creative Director

Producer Rachel Ombok’s guest is Anna Zhang, a young creative, public speaker, student, photographer, and Forbes 30 Under 30 2021 nominee. Anna has worked with brands such as Uniqlo, Fujifilm, Walgreens, and creates editorial content for her nonprofit magazine, Pulse Spikes, which has garnered over 200,000 readers all over the world. She is incredibly passionate about making youth-centered…More

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