A reported, narrative-driven podcast about queer Africans living, loving, surviving and thriving on the African continent and the diaspora.
Selly Thiam (Executive Producer and Host) is a Senegalese-American journalist, filmmaker, radio producer and writer and the founder of None on Record, an Africa-wide LGBT digital media organization that produces the AfroQueer podcast.A Ugandan born and raised in Kenya, Aida Holly-Nambi (Reporter and Producer) is the Director of Arts and Culture for None on Record. Maeve Frances (Producer), is an independent audio producer and reporter based in Nairobi, Kenya.
Las Raras (Santiago, Chile)
This Spanish-language non-fiction podcast tells stories of “The Weird Ones,” the people who live on the margins of society because of their background or life choices, and how these stories challenge social norms.
Catalina May (Co-Creator) worked in print media for more than a decade before creating Las Raras with Martín Cruz (Co-Creator and Sound Designer), a sound engineer and musician from Santiago, Chile.
Long Distance (Los Angeles, California)
This reported, narrative podcast uncovers unknown histories and present-day realities about life in the Filipino diaspora.
Paola Mardo (Host, Producer, and Creator), is an independent audio producer based in Los Angeles. Patrick Epino (Producer) is a director and actor, and the executive producer of the production company National Film Society.
The Colored Girl Beautiful (Baltimore, Maryland & Washington, D.C.)
Explores black women’s concepts of beauty then and now using Emma Azalia Hackley’s 1916 book The Colored Girl Beautiful as a framework.
Aseloka Smith (Creator and Host) is a graphic designer, MFA candidate and data nerd with a deep love for storytelling. Nichole Hill (Producer) is an independent audio producer and a D.C. based writer and storyteller.
Timestorm (Bloomfield, New Jersey)
This audio fiction series tells the story of twelve-year-old twins, Alexa and Beni Ventura, who travel through time to uncover hidden moments in the history of Puerto Rican culture.
Dania Ramos (Creator and Writer), is a writer and teaching artist. Michael Aquino (Audio Engineer and Composer) is a musician, songwriter, performer and producer of podcasts and music.
Who Taught You How To Drive?! (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
A humorous interview podcast about how we get around told through the stories of drivers, walkers, riders, and bikers and their habits on the road.
Tezarah Wilkins (Creator) is an entrepreneur, arts administrator, photographer and multimedia producer. Melissa Tsuei (Co-Producer) has worked in early child development for 12 years and is most interested in transforming our system of education to serve marginalized communities and promote true inclusion. Tanikka Charraé (Co-Producer),is a singer/songwriter/vocal producer, clothing designer and professional background vocalist from Philadelphia.
37 Graus (São Paulo, Brazil)
Named for the average temperature of the human body, and intended to convey both science and human warmth, 37 Graus (“37 Degrees”) is a reported Portuguese-language podcast that tells stories behind Brazil’s iconic landscapes and events.
Sarah Azoubel (Co-Creator, Host and Producer) is a biology PhD turned science journalist and audio producer. Bia Guimarães (Co-Creator, Host and Producer) is a journalist and audio producer with a master’s degree in Science and Cultural Communication.
City of Women (Bangalore, India)
Discover how Bangalore’s women navigate their working lives and the city through hyper-local tours of their workplaces, neighborhoods, communities, and favorite places to go to for fun–because every woman draws her map differently.
Samyuktha Varma (Producer and Host) is a writer and researcher. Radhika Viswanathan (Producer and Host) is a development researcher. Both also co-produce and co-host the podcasts In the Field and Sea Change.
Cocktails & Cancer with MJ and Dani (West Orange, New Jersey & Queens, New York)
This immersive mix of social and cultural commentary and storytelling shares the journey of two best friends after a breast cancer diagnosis to inspire and empower Black women to have real conversations about cancer.
Michelle “MJ” James (Co-Host) and Danielle “Dani” Brown (Co-Host) have worked in media and entertainment for 20+ years. Dani was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, and is now three years cancer-free.
De Eso No Se Habla (Madrid, Spain)
This Spanish-language show, whose title translates to “We Don’t Talk About That,” maps stories deliberately omitted from everyday discourse–because they hurt too much, because they endanger the status quo, or because we don’t even have words to talk about them.
Isabel Cadenas Cañón (Creator, Host and Producer) is an independent audio producer and writer.
Her Stage / مسرحهية (Beirut, Lebanon)
Discover the underground life of Beirut as this Arabic-language narrated documentary uncovers a hidden world where differences are celebrated, activism is brewing, and the feminine is being set free.
Rhea Chedid (Producer and Host) is the founder of a Beirut-based podcast production company. Afeef Nessouli (Producer and Host) is an American-Lebanese news producer and journalist.
Un periódico de ayer (Bogotá, Colombia)
A Spanish-language, narrative-driven podcast, “Yesterday’s News” is about the personal toll of history and how public issues can shape our most private moments.
Juan Serrano (Host and Lead Producer) is a lawyer, journalist, non-fiction book author and producer of narrative podcasts. Miguel Reyes (Producer) is a lawyer, writer and producer. Daniel Díaz (Audio Designer)is a musician, copywriter and animal lover.