An underlying quality of the podcast Strangers is a close, intimate view into the life of someone else. It shines light on stories we haven’t necessarily heard, or if we have, we’ve never had a face (or a voice) to connect to the narrative.
Nocturne — it’s documentary, fiction, and sound all layered together as stories about what happens at night.
The Secret Room — the stories we rarely share with people, but on this show, they are.
Sleepover — a little goofy, a little social experiment-y, a little bit of reality all wrapped up in a charming show about people meeting for the first time and solving each other’s problems.
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Do you listen to stories about friends you haven’t met yet? Tell me what else you’d suggest for a stranger in the comments.