The most satisfying podcast episodes are the ones that get your wheels turning. Our office lists some of our most memorable listens. What's your favorite, most thought-provoking episode?
  1. Radiolab - Are You Sure?
    Radiolab always leave me in a state of wonder, this episode especially. Exactly how thin is the line between doubt and certainty? - Emily listen at:
  2. Mystery Show - Belt Buckle
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    This is a story about a young boy who finds a special object in the street. I remember walking down the street listening to this episode with tears pouring down my face. - Kim Listen at:
  3. This American Life – Somewhere in the Arabian Sea
    The entire episode took place on a U.S. aircraft carrier in the Arabian Sea in 2002. People detail how they spend their days, why they're on the ship in the first place - it's incredible. - Amy Listen at:
  4. The Longest Shortest Time - Should I Have Kids?
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    In this episode a co-worker grapples with the idea of having kids or not. She imagines her life in 10 years on the New York City subway, and end up picturing herself talking to a young girl. I started crying. I never thought I wanted kids, but trying to imagine my life not having an experience like that was really inspiring. - Delaney Listen at:
  5. Reply All - Shipped to Timbuktu
    An email to the wrong address sends us hurtling into the world of professional cookie advisors. How is this even real?! - Kim Listen at:
  6. Freakonomics - The Upside of Quitting
    We're conditioned to believe that "a winner never quits and a quitter never wins," but sometimes the wisest decision is just cutting your losses. This podcast taught me that if something makes me unhappy or horribly stressed its OKAY to quit. I think about it all the time.
    Suggested by @irenebean
  7. Limetown - Napoleon
    An intense and emotional listen.
    Suggested by @lizabeth
  8. Love + Radio - The Living Room
    Suggested by @emilysullivan