Podcasts From WUNC

Get the latest from The State of Things & WUNCPolitics. Discover music with Dom Flemons and Songs We Love.  

WUNC Podcasts are ready for you to grab and go. Our podcasts are available on iTunes, on Google Play and directly from this website.

You can also find our podcasts listed at npr.org in the Podcast Directory. Also, all our podcasts are available for listening in our Android and iPhone app, too.

Make sure to check back as we'll add new podcasts from WUNC here as they become available.

We offer the following programs and features as podcasts:

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WUNCPolitics - A free-flowing discussion of what we're hearing in the back hallways of the General Assembly and on the campaign trail across North Carolina. The podcast drops most Friday afternoons.

The State of Things, the complete State of Things program delivered by podcast every day.

Ft. Bragg Stories

The Ft. Bragg Stories podcast uses personal narratives to explore life on and around this country's largest military base. It's a collaboration between the Fayetteville Observer and WUNC's American Homefront Project.

American Songster Radio

American Songster Radio is a monthly look at the roots of American Popular music. It’s hosted by world renowned musician and folklorist Dom Flemons who playfully refers to himself as The American Songster. 

Songs We Love - Choice songs from WUNC Music

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WUNC Youth Podcast - The 2017 WUNC Youth Podcast is the result of a summer long exploration of the question "What is News?"

Stories with a Heartbeat

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A WUNC podcast about the human condition. Host Will McInerney has been traveling the globe exploring conflict and what it says about us as people. This podcast weaves together interviews, sound, music and poetic reflection into 15 minutes that will pull listeners in and encourage them to explore nuanced dilemmas.  No longer in production.

In her new podcast, Kate Bowler talks with doctors, writers, humorists, preachers and others about the rich, moving and sometimes funny lessons they learned when life stopped being bright and shiny. Everything Happens is produced in partnership with Duke University.