The Peabody Awards

The Peabody Awards

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  • Peabody Conversations: Buried Truths

    Peabody Conversations: Buried Truths

    "These are stories that are buried in history, and if we don’t tell them now they’ll never be known," says Hank Klibanoff, creator/host of "Buried

  • Peabody Launches New East Coast Board of Directors

    Peabody Launches New East Coast Board of Directors

    Peabody has established an East Coast division to its board of directors, a group of prominent media industry leaders who provide support for the organization's

  • Peabody names News & Radio/Podcast Winners

    Peabody names News & Radio/Podcast Winners

    The Peabody Board of Jurors revealed today winners in News and Radio/Podcast categories, rounding out the Peabody 30 for programs released in 2018. Honorees represent

  • The Daily
    The Daily

    Nominee Roughly 20-minute episodes each morning put real people—a farmer, a taxi driver, an undocumented worker, a Congress member, an evangelical Christian, a Russian...

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  • This American Life Episode #657: The Runaways
    This American Life Episode #657: The Runaways

    Nominee An examination into how Long Island police failed to investigate a series of gang murders when the victims were immigrant teenagers, missing leads,...

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  • My World Was Burning: The North Bay Fires and What Went Wrong
    My World Was Burning: The North Bay Fires and What Went Wrong

    Nominee A review of thousands of 911 calls and dispatch recordings revealed major systemic problems with the state’s emergency response procedures, showing limitations of...

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  • Monumental Lies
    Monumental Lies

    Monumental Lies explores the contested history and contemporary debates surrounding monuments both in the South to the Confederacy and in the Southwest to Spanish ancestors...

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  • Kept Out
    Kept Out

    Some might assume that redlining—the practice of discouraging non-white people from living in certain neighborhoods by manipulating rentals and homebuying—is mostly a historical practice....

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  • In The Dark Season 2
    In The Dark Season 2

    Nominee An investigative podcast that raises profound questions about whether the criminal justice system in America is fair and just. Season Two investigates the...

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  • Ear Hustle
    Ear Hustle

    Nominee Stories of life inside prison, shared by those living it, including that of co-host Earlonne Woods, who, after the commutation of his life...

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  • Caliphate
    Caliphate

    When the tanks rolled out of towns and cities liberated from ISIS control, Rukmini Callimachi moved in, searching for diaries, receipts, computer files, anything that...

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  • Buried Truths
    Buried Truths

    In Buried Truths, journalist Hank Klibanoff and his Emory University students investigate the death of Isaiah Nixon, a black man gunned down outside his South...

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  • Believed
    Believed

    A searing account of how Larry Nassar got away with abusing hundreds of women and girls for more than two decades, Michigan Radio's nine-part podcast...

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  • Bag Man
    Bag Man

    Nominee In-depth investigation and historic look by Rachel Maddow and Mike Yarvitz at the forced resignation of Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, the brash...

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  • Precious Lives
    Precious Lives

    Nominee A partnership of local media outlets address the causes and consequences of gun violence on Milwaukee's youth in a series of multiplatform stories about...

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  • Invisibilia
    Invisibilia

    Nominee A podcast and radio show that explores complex ideas about human behavior through character-driven documentary stories that offer listeners new ways of looking at...

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  • The Memory Palace
    The Memory Palace

    Nominee Hosted by Nate DiMeo, this monthly podcast features interesting historical narratives concerning such subjects as the Cardiff Giant and the CIA project Acoustic Kitty....

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  • Abdi and the Golden Ticket
    Abdi and the Golden Ticket

    Nominee Reporter Leo Hornak follows Abdi Nor, a Somali refuge living in Nairobi, Kenya, in his dire attempts to become an American through the U.S....

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  • Unprisoned
    Unprisoned

    Nominee Based in New Orleans, stories behind families, communities and notions of justice in the age of mass incarceration....

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  • The Heart: Silent Evidence Series
    The Heart: Silent Evidence Series

    Nominee A journalist and documentarian grapples with being sexually abused and chooses to break her silence....

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  • How to Be a Girl
    How to Be a Girl

    Nominee An attempt to make sense of the unanticipated parenting challenge of raising a transgender child....

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  • Homecoming
    Homecoming

    Nominee A story centered around a caseworker at an experimental facility, her ambitious supervisor, and a soldier eager to rejoin civilian life....

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  • A Life Sentence: Victims, Offenders, Justice, and My Mother
    A Life Sentence: Victims, Offenders, Justice, and My Mother

    Nominee One woman’s exploration of a violent crime that resonated throughout political and correctional systems....

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  • 74 Seconds
    74 Seconds

    On July 6, 2016, the police pulled over Philando Castile for a broken taillight. Seventy-four seconds later, police officer Jeronimo Yanez fired seven shots into...

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  • Uncivil: The Raid
    Uncivil: The Raid

    "Uncivil: The Raid" is public history and family stories at their best and most impactful. An imaginative storytelling of the pivotal role played by 250...

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  • Eleven programs round out Peabody 30

    Eleven programs round out Peabody 30

    The Peabody Awards Board of Jurors have selected 11 winners across the categories of News, Public Service, Radio/Podcast and Web. The honorees range from relentless

  • In The Dark
    In The Dark

    In the Dark examines the 27-year-old cold case of the kidnapping of Jacob Wetterling in central Minnesota. After a confession and conviction, the podcast asks...

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  • Meet the Composer
    Meet the Composer

    The Meet the Composer podcasts celebrate, annotate and explore the music of contemporary composers infrequently heard even on public radio's classical outlets, which tend to...

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  • Serial
    Serial

    Since 2000, when he was still a teenager, Adnan Syed has been serving a life sentence in a Maryland prison for the murder of Hae...

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