America is facing a opioids crisis of epic proportions. Now, a new study has shown that the path to opioid abuse can begin on the operating table.
Listen to the tracks featured on this week’s show from artists on both sides of the Atlantic.
How a British archivist took Africa’s historical recordings to the street… on a donkey’s back.
“[It’s overwhelming] to be brought into people’s most intimate moments — their deaths — without knowing them, without any practical means to help.”
Before Jackie Robinson, there were the Negro Leagues — home to some of the greatest untold stories in baseball.
How we thought about commie “brainwashing” tells us a lot about radicalization.
Joseph Roane was out of work. Then Stalin came knocking to offer him a job.
In 1927, Virginia didn’t just ban interracial marriage — they started a program of forced sterilization drawn straight from the Nazi playbook.
When NASA wanted to put a man on the moon, they naturally turned to the brightest — and whitest. That is, until the brilliant Katherine Johnson demanded a role.
Yesterday’s scrawl is today’s buried treasure.