Where can I listen to the Serial podcast?

Where can I listen to the Serial podcast?

You can listen to Serial in many places: right here on our site, on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and on Pandora. You can also find the podcast on Stitcher, RadioPublic or the podcatcher of your choice. Don’t know how to get a podcast? Learn more here.

Who is the composer for serial season 3?

She’s been with This American Life since 2009. Stowe is a sound designer and engineer. Outside of Serial, he designs sound for theatre and live performance, specializing in new and devised plays. The Season Three score is a collaboration between composer Adam Dorn and legendary music producer Hal Willner.

Where does serial take place in Season 3?

If you listen closely to the trash-talking, you start to get the message. A teenager decides to cooperate. The state of Ohio decides where Joshua belongs. Serial is heading back to court. This time, in Cleveland. A year inside a typical American courthouse. This season we tell you the extraordinary stories of ordinary cases.

Is there a serial killer podcast on Spotify?

Every Monday and Thursday, Serial Killers takes a psychological and entertaining approach to provide a rare glimpse into the mind, methods and madness of the most notorious serial killers with the hopes of better understanding their psychological profile. With the help of in-depth research, we delve deep into their lives and stories.

Who are the serial killers on Parcast podcast?

This player is hosted by Megaphone, a podcast publishing platform. By using Megaphone‘s player you are consenting to our use of cookies, which we use to improve user experience. Please refer to our privacy policy to learn more. Harry Powers lived a life shrouded in mystery, so tracing his origins is difficult.

What did Sarah Koenig say on the Serial podcast?

Such as, “He took a piece of my clothing, a piece of designer sportswear,” and then over explained claiming, “it wasn’t mine, or that he didn’t know it was mine” and then apologised profusely. I, Sarah Koenig, am going to confess something right now.

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