The Story from The Guardian

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The Story is our new podcast dedicated to our finest audio documentaries, investigations, and long form stories. The latest is a trio of personal stories called Camera Off by film maker  Rebecca Lloyd-Evans.  Also on The Story podcast we feature our 6X9 project, a series of first person recollections of solitary confinement in the US. This is part of our innovative  Virtual Reality project which we highly recommend you check out too. Subscribe to the podcast for the best audio story telling around

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https://www.theguardian.com/news/series/the-story
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The Story is our new podcast dedicated to our finest audio documentaries, investigations, and long form stories. The latest is a trio of personal stories called Camera Off by film maker  Rebecca Lloyd-Evans.  Also on The Story podcast we feature our 6X9 project, a series of first person recollections of solitary confinement in the US. This is part of our innovative  Virtual Reality project which we highly recommend you check out too. Subscribe to the podcast for the best audio story telling around
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-07-07 15:53
last episode published
2018-11-14 06:00
publication frequency
29.74 days
Contributors
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Explicit
true
Number of Episodes
33
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Categories
Society & Culture

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
14.11.2018

Maybe baby: should I have children or not? - The Story podcast

How do we decide whether to become parents? Leah Green speaks to people in the middle of making the biggest decision of their lives. She encounters unexpected sources of doubt, explores therapy that is meant to ease it, and confronts the risk of having...
theguardian.com author
26.10.2018

Doc Tales: Black Sheep – The Story

To celebrate the release of our latest documentary, Charlie Phillips sits down with the film’s protagonist, Cornelius Walker, to discuss his incredible story as an adolescent struggling to fit in
theguardian.com author
11.10.2018

Immigration detention: 'You're not human to them' – The Story podcast

A new Guardian survey has found that as of 31 August 2018, out of 188 people in immigration detention, 84% of detainees had not been given removal directions. It was certainly the case with this woman who, following a false claim of a sham relationship...
theguardian.com author
11.10.2018

Immigration detention: 'It's basically a death sentence' – the Story podcast

According to the UK Home Office, in 2017 over 27,000 individuals were held in immigration detention. But even for the half who were released, there is little to celebrate. Take the story of this man who, despite being here for decades with his children...
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5.10.2018

The LGBT church: a shelter from the storm – The Story podcast

Attitudes towards LGBT people in parts of the world have led to ostracisation, or people being forced to hide or flee. But in a small church in the UK capital, some have found sanctuary
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10.09.2018

Episode 3: Croydon - Beyond the blade podcast

Half of Britain’s teenage stabbing deaths happen in London. But not all the city is equally at risk and in this final episode we travel to Croydon in south London to hear how members of the local community are fighting back
theguardian.com author
10.09.2018

Episode 2: Birmingham - Beyond the blade podcast

In our second episode, we travel to Birmingham and hear from a group of parents about the role of fear in driving incidents of violent crime. We also hear about the positive steps being taken to restore the humanity of those young people who commit the...
theguardian.com author
10.09.2018

Episode 1: Bristol - Beyond the blade podcast

In the first episode of our new series, we hear from support workers in Bristol who talk about how role models, masculinity and intergenerational relationships are all key to tackling violent crime
theguardian.com author
7.09.2018

Coming soon: Beyond the blade podcast

In this new series of podcasts, people from Bristol, Birmingham and Croydon in South London allowed us to listen to, and record, conversations they’re having within their communities about knife crime. Expect all three episodes next week...
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17.08.2018

The Trap: a tale of human trafficking – The Story podcast

In this special episode of The Story, we hear from the filmmakers Annie Kelly and Mei-Ling McNamara about how they made The Trap, the result of a year-long investigation into America’s domestic sex-trafficking industry
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3.08.2018

Doc Tales: Little Pyongyang – The Story podcast

To mark the release of the latest documentary commissioned by the Guardian, Charlie Phillips speaks with filmmaker Roxy Rezvany about her approach to Little Pyongyang and the surprisingly universal relevance of her story about a North Korean defector
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18.05.2018

The Kids of Calais, Part Two: the waiting game - The Story podcast

Continuing this two-part podcast, Harriet Grant looks at the fate of a handful of refugees brought to the UK in 2016. She finds that arrival in Britain did not always end their turbulent journeys
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18.05.2018

The Kids of Calais, part one: family reunification - The Story podcast

In this two-part podcast, Harriet Grant looks at the fate of a handful of refugees brought to the UK in 2016. What happens when a young person arrives in a new country to live with a family member they have never met?
theguardian.com author
1.05.2018

The music of Cafe Oto – The Story podcast

Cafe Oto co-founder Hamish Dunbar guides us through some of his favourite recordings from the renowned east London experimental music venue
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1.05.2018

Ten years of Cafe Oto – The Story podcast

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the world-renowned experimental music venue, musicians, staff and volunteers tell the story of how an abandoned Dalston paint factory was transformed into a vibrant international hub of creativity. Featuring Thurston...
theguardian.com author
8.03.2018

Ireland's shame: the death of Savita Halappanavar – The Story podcast

As Ireland prepares for a historic referendum, Danielle Stephens looks back at the story of Savita Halappanavar, an Indian woman who died after being denied an abortion in an Irish hospital
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2.03.2018

Doc Tales: How to Make a Pearl – The Story podcast

To mark the release of the latest film from the Guardian Documentaries team, Charlie Phillips speaks with film-maker Jason Hanasik about the film’s subject, John, who is trying to come to terms with his traumatic past while living in complete darkness
theguardian.com author
16.02.2018

Home truths: when relationships and housework collide – The Story podcast

Leah Green explores the struggles that arise across the globe when deciding who does which chores
theguardian.com author
9.01.2018

Peter Preston and the islands of San Serriffe – The Story podcast

As a tribute to the former editor of the Guardian, we hear a 2014 interview about his role in creating the fictitious islands of San Serriffe, the paper’s most successful April fools gag
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13.10.2017

Unreported Britain: the nation's teeth - The Story podcast

How is it that charities are having to step in to help people falling through the net in a country with dental healthcare for all?
theguardian.com author
9.09.2016

Camera Off: At Her Majesty's Pleasure, royal pageboy to prison inmate – The Story podcast

For our third and final episode in this series of Camera Off, we hear the story of Alex Trenchard, the aristocrat who was once a pageboy for the queen and came from a wealthy family but who went to prison for stealing more than a quarter of a million p...
theguardian.com author
1.09.2016

Camera Off: Granny's Dining Out, a tale of a hidden identity - The Story podcast

Camera Off brings you the touching story of Granny, the oldest serving volunteer at the Samaritans helpline and former teacher at a finishing school. She’s about as British as you can get, but Granny has a secret that casts a long shadow. A shadow that...
theguardian.com author
25.08.2016

Camera Off begins with David's Matchbox, a tale of psychosis and love – The Story podcast

Camera Off is the new mini series from The Story, our podcast dedicated to bringing you great documentaries, investigation and long-form storytelling.In this first episode we hear the powerful tale of Chris and Michael brought together across generatio...
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5.05.2016

'I ask myself if I'm losing touch with reality' – solitary confinement in The Story podcast

Johnny Perez looks back on his time in solitary confinement, during which he questioned his sense of reality
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4.05.2016

'Imagine nobody recognising that you exist' – The Story podcast

Five Omar Mualimm-ak was in solitary confinement for five years in one consecutive period. He describes how it affected his mental health
theguardian.com author
3.05.2016

'The collateral damage of solitary never goes away' – The Story podcast

Victor Pate describes the fear he experienced in solitary confinement, where he spent two years
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2.05.2016

‘I suffered hallucinations in solitary’ – The Story podcast

Tyrrell Muhammad talk of his seven years in solitary confinement, where he experienced psychotic episodes and felt like he would never get out
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1.05.2016

'My son is also in solitary now so it’s a cycle' – The Story podcast

Dolores Caneles was put in solitary confinement for nine months after being caught with drugs. Her son now is in solitary confinement. She explains how she survived her period of isolation
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30.04.2016

'Boredom in solitary confinement is like nothing else' – The Story podcast

Steven Czifra describes how he coped with solitary confinement by reading and drawing. But eight years in solitary led Steven to become violent, even attempting suicide
theguardian.com author
29.04.2016

'I couldn’t understand if it was fake or real' – solitary confinement in The Story podcast

Marcell Neal talks about his experience of solitary confinement, his feelings of paranoia and the fact that he missed the birth of his daughter
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28.04.2016

Psychologists discuss solitary confinement – The Story podcast

Craig Haney and Terry Kupers explain why solitary confinement causes psychological damage
theguardian.com author
27.04.2016

Solitary confinement in the US – audio documentary

As part of the Guardian’s 6x9 project looking at life in a prison isolation cell, Gary Younge discusses the practice of solitary confinement in the US and considers the possible ways out
theguardian.com author
6.04.2016

The Story - coming soon

The Story is the brand new podcast strand from the Guardian - where you’ll find documentaries, investigations and long form storytelling at its finest.
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