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Serial Productions & The New York Times

Serial returns with a history of Guantánamo told by people who lived through key moments in Guantánamo’s evolution, who know things the rest of us don’t about what it’s like to be caught inside an improvised justice system. Serial Productions makes narrative podcasts whose quality and innovation transformed the medium. “Serial” began in 2014 as a spinoff of the public radio show “This American Life.” In 2020, we joined the New York Times Company. Our shows have reached many millions of listeners and have won nearly every major journalism award for audio, including the first-ever Peabody Award given to a podcast. Subscribe to our newsletter for the latest Serial Productions news: https://bit.ly/3FIOJj9 Have thoughts or feedback on our shows? Email us at serialshows@nytimes.com

104 - This Is the Weirdness
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  • 104 - This Is the Weirdness

    The criminal case against the men accused of planning the Sept. 11 attacks is the one aspect of Guantánamo that would seem to make sense – until you start watching it.

    Thu, 16 May 2024 - 1h 02min
  • 103 - Two Ledgers

    Majid Khan spent years locked away in CIA black sites. What would he tell the world when he finally got the chance to speak?

    Thu, 9 May 2024 - 1h 00min
  • 102 - The Forever Reporter

    One reporter has been covering Guantánamo since the day the prison opened. The military would like her to go home now.

    Thu, 2 May 2024 - 1h 02min
  • 101 - Part 2, Asymmetry

    After the worst happens at Guantánamo, the warden tries to explain it to the outside world – and to himself.

    Thu, 25 Apr 2024 - 56min
  • 100 - The Big Chicken, Part 1

    A new warden comes to Guantánamo and decides to make some changes. A prison’s a prison, he thinks. How hard could this be?

    Thu, 18 Apr 2024 - 54min
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