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Author: This American Life

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Serial is a podcast from the creators of This American Life, hosted by Sarah Koenig. Serial unfolds one story - a true story - over the course of a whole season. The show follows the plot and characters wherever they lead, through many surprising twists and turns. Sarah won't know what happens at the end of the story until she gets there, not long before you get there with her. Each week she'll bring you the latest chapter, so it's important to listen in, starting with Episode 1. New episodes are released on Thursday mornings.
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Paul Coulthard

As a British white guy living in the UK I'm a bit shocked as how unfair the system seems to be in Cleveland, it seems the system unfairly penalises the poor with these multiple misdemeanors.

Feb 14th
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Yarra Larang

I'm hooked. omg

Feb 14th
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Curtis Palubicki

Politicians upset for being lied to. The irony....

Feb 13th
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Hashem Montazer

Dear Sarah, your program is really constructive. I am positive about this idea that you are a kind of thinker who is doing her best to intertwine and also reconcile the deductive comprehension with intuitive understanding. this is the main reason for making a radio program with the terms of quality. Another amazing factor which has been the subject of paying no attention is the power of your radiophonic voice.A voice which is , feminine, elegant and whenever it is necessary, very strong. Hashem Montazer. English Language Teacher. PS. I've got the minority opinion of course.

Feb 12th
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Josh Pickering

So amazing! Gets me through the workday!

Feb 6th
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Grant Graham

I feel like up to this point, she has painted he is an innocent picture. I feel like I can not really give an unbiased opinion at this point cause I do not have anything he has done wrong. Ive only got a single side of the story.

Feb 1st
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Krazie Tracey C

Enjoyed this one, I was immediately hooked. Great story lines & tons more to share, too long so keeping it short.

Feb 1st
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Rebekah Kohl

Lousy "journalism." Aramis is named and personalized from our first encounter; "the police" isn't given a name till nearly the last sentence. We are led to infer that this cop represents them all.

Jan 31st
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Eli Strong

terrible reason to leave his name out.

Jan 29th
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Eli Strong

lol I'm sorry but this show is based off a random woman making a podcast questioning 2 experienced Baltimore detectives. ok she is interesting to listen too but I'm gonna give a spoiler alert the man who the detectives say did it will continue to rot in jail because he is a murderer and they are detectives. he's guilty.

Jan 29th
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Cassidy Kilmartin

I also feel like Jay plays a bigger picture in this.

Jan 24th
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Kim Zimmermann Hensley

is this the end? did the hearing finish? what was the decision? will he get another trial?

Jan 24th
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Michael Cliby

i want to point something out that no one has mentioned.... he had just gotten a brand new cell phone and thats a pretty pivotal point as a teenager growing up the day you got your phone seems to be maybe a milestone to draw back on events of that day.....

Jan 23rd
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charles collinson

The rule of law doesn't exist

Jan 23rd
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Michele Gray

season 3 episode 2...I agree with the judge. the millenials are whiny participation trophy recipients who have no respect for elders or others and feel they are owed something. they are lazy and unambitious. so thankful I did not raise my children that way and they are good respectful, hard working, responsible citizens/adults. they are open minded and respectful of others. I like the hard line the judge takes. these young people need to take responsibility for their actions.

Jan 21st
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Jacqui Smith

Michele Gray And whose fault is that? Millennials never ASKED for participation trophies. That was their parents. Millennials aren't lazy. They just don't see the point in wasting their time and energy to try and buy a house that they'll never be able to afford because the cost of living has risen far higher than minimum wages have. People judge and accuse Millenials, saying they're killing industries, they aren't buying houses, etc. It's because they can't afford it. You can't just walk into a building and ask for a job anymore and the minimum wage is not a living wage. A lot of Millenials work damn hard, but it's not enough for them to do anything with. And that's your generation's fault.

Feb 14th
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Karyn Wilson Kiefer

poppmmj in mlm...

Jan 21st
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Lyle Jenish

what a disappointment. Compelling characters and stories reduced to simple PC analysis: race and gender. The narrator never misses the opportunity to squeeze issues and conflicts into one or both of these two boxes. Tedious and predictable.

Jan 19th
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Lars Bramekamp

you wanna blame someone folks? blame ur politicians and their foreign policiy of global domination. if a 23 year old with mental problems walks off into the desert ... who do u blame?

Jan 19th
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RodneyandCarrie Brown

Just talking in circles! Great voice but sorry guilty. Teens are never consistent. Ever. And an obscure butt dial. please!

Jan 18th
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Lisa Lawson

10 NEON 20.18. GOD

Jan 18th
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