Podcasts

A podcast is a way for you to subscribe to a program and listen to it when and where you want. Once you've subscribed to a program's podcast, your podcasting application checks on a regular basis for new episodes of the program and makes them available for download to your computer.

The L.A. Report

From our partner site, LAist.com comes "The L.A. Report": a 5 minute afternoon roundup of the top news of the day presented by our reporters covering stories in Los Angeles and Southern California. Subscribe via iTunes™ RSS Feed

AirTalk

Join Larry Mantle weekdays for lively and in-depth discussions of Los Angeles and Southern California news, politics, science, entertainment, the arts and more. More AirTalk at www.kpcc.org. Subscribe via iTunes™ RSS Feed

FilmWeek

Reviews of this week's new releases, interviews with filmmakers, and animated discussions on various aspects of the industry with a rotating cast of film critics and host, KPCC’s Larry Mantle. FilmWeek critics include Justin Chang (Variety), Tim Cogshell (Alt Film Guide), Andy Klein (LA Times Community Newspaper Chain), Christy Lemire (YouTube’s “What the Flick”), Lael Loewenstein (Variety), Wade Major (IGN’s Digigods.com), Amy Nicholson (LA Weekly), Claudia Puig (Napa Valley Film Festival), Peter Rainer (Christian Science Monitor) & Charles Solomon (Animation Scoop). Subscribe via iTunes™ RSS Feed

FilmWeek Marquee

A three-minute rundown of the best (and worst) of this week’s film releases, including the go-to movie for the weekend. Subscribe via iTunes™ RSS Feed

SoCal Update

SoCal Update brings locally sourced news to Southern California. A public media partnership between KCET, PBS SoCal, KPCC and LAist, reporters and editors run down through the day's most relevant news within minutes. Catch up on Southland headlines, arts and culture. Subscribe via iTunes™ RSS Feed

Take Two

News, culture and conversation, straight outta Southern California Public Radio with host A Martinez. Fresh conversations about music, movies, fashion, sports, parenting, technology and more. Subscribe via iTunes™ RSS Feed

The Frame

Hosted by longtime LA film writer John Horn, The Frame talks to the people at the center of the creative universe in the world of film, TV, art and music. You'll hear long-form interviews with Oscar winners, cutting-edge showrunners, bands on tour and artists who break the mold. Get more at www.theframe.org. Subscribe via iTunes™ RSS Feed

The Loh Down on Science

The Loh Down on Science is the fun way to get your daily dose of science in less than two minutes. The program explains the world of science with a dash of humor. Hosted by writer/performer and Caltech alumna Sandra Tsing Loh, it's a program for those who love science as well as for those who avoid it! Subscribe via iTunes™ RSS Feed

WILD

This is going to sound wild, but everyone has an origin story. WILD is our origin story. Award-winning New York Times, LAist and L.A. Taco writer Erick Galindo, in collaboration with LAist Studios and Producer of the Year Megan Tan, takes you inside the lives of 10 people who were forever changed by moments small and large. WILD uses narrative storytelling, creative writing, and rich sound design to tell you real life, deeply personal stories of transformation that all connect and elevate the world at large. Subscribe via iTunes™ RSS Feed

Yeah No, I'm Not OK

Growing up, I was taught to say that I was “ok” when I really wasn’t. Mental health just wasn’t something that anyone in my family or community talked about or even had access to. Yet pretty much everyone was affected by it.  Today, young people of color are disproportionately affected by mental health issues and are not getting the resources they need, and I want to change that.   And this is why this podcast exists. Yeah No, I’m Not Ok, my new podcast made in collaboration with LAist Studios, is here to open up the conversation about mental health. Every week we will explore issues that youth face all over the world (addiction, depression, anxiety, suicide, radical self love, and much much more) through conversations with friends, colleagues, activists, artists and health care professionals, all people who have gone through something life-changing and are now healing from it.  We want to start a mental health revolution. A movement that can start by talking about how we feel. One where we’re not ashamed of our own human experience.  What will feel like simple conversations among friends will really become a complex narrative of what is happening right now, especially to young people of color. With a real and emotional sound and few easy answers, Yeah No, I’m Not Ok will hopefully become a critical show in a critical time, a place for you to bring your complicated feelings and spend time with people who are rooting for you. – Diane Guerrero Subscribe via iTunes™ RSS Feed