PRX on iTunes

Listen to great public radio the way you listen to music -- where you want, when you want -- with PRX's albums on iTunes! Download and enjoy these wide-ranging works by our innovative community of public radio producers. PRX also distributes This American Life, Car Talk, The Moth, Science Friday, and RISK!
episodes and compilations on iTunes.

Public radio also makes a great gift. On any PRX album's page in iTunes, click "Gift This Album" to give the the gift of good storytelling.


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Like a Rolling Stone: The Music of Bob Dylan

Veteran rock critics Greg Kot and Jim DeRogatis debunk the myths and debate the highs and lows of Dylan's most-well known and prolific period. From Sound Opinions.



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Journey's End: The Memories and Traditions of Daisy Turner and Her Family

100-year-old Daisy Turner tells her's family story, from a shipwreck off Africa, to slavery on a Virginia plantation, and freedom on a Vermont farm. By the Vermont Folklife Center.



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The Future of the Planet

Jared Diamond, Vandana Shiva, Michael Pollan, Bill McKibben, and others talk about the future of food on our planet. Produced by Lydon McGrath Productions.



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The Tragedy of Julius Caesar

The true, timeless story of the ever-shifting lines between governance and oppression, political action and violence. By Quicksilver Radio Theater.



Radio Diaries

Radio Diaries help people share their stories — and their lives — in their own words, creating intimate, timeless documentaries.

Prison Diaries
The Contenders: Portraits of Some of America's Most Original Presidential Candidates
Thembi's AIDS Diary: A Year in the Life of a South African Teenager
Teenage Diaries
Mandela: An Audio History
New York Works: Audio Portraits of a Vanishing City
My So-Called Lungs
Mexico '68: A Movement, a Massacre, and the 40-Year Search for Truth



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Prisoners of War: A Story of Four American Soldiers

Soldiers talk about life in German prison camps after their capture at the Battle of the Bulge, and the life-changing effects of this experience. By the Vermont Folklife Center.




Award-winning radio producer Richard Paul brings in-depth, sound-rich explorations of America's past and present, culture, and experience.

Washington Goes to the Moon
We Were On Duty
A Small Southern Town: The Nation's Capital in Slave Times
Gut Reaction
Race and the Space Race
Rocket Girls and Astronettes
Rocketing Ahead
Shakespeare Becomes American
Shakespeare is a Black Woman: Shakespeare in American Politics
The Father of the Man in America: Shakespeare in American Social Life
Sing to the Glory of God
With God On Our Side



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A Christmas Carol (A Ghost Story of Christmas)

The Christmas classic of scrooges and ghosts, based on Charles Dickens' novella. By Quicksilver Radio Theater.



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Frankenstein: Modern Prometheus

If you've only seen the movies, you do NOT know this tale of love, of death... and of obsession. By Quicksilver Radio Theater.



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Global Culture

A musical journey with cellist and man-of-the-world Yo Yo Ma. Produced by Lydon McGrath Productions.