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GroundTruth

By WGBH

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Description

Global reporting on the front lines of the planet's most urgent issues — from terrorism to global warming to income inequality. Veteran correspondent Charles Sennott partners with the next generation of international reporters to tell stories that will change the way you see the world and the journalists who cover it. 

Customer Reviews

Outstanding!

I felt like I was actually there in Afghanistan. Kudos to the folks at GroundTruth. This is outstanding!

Gives the sense of being there

This is a great way to hear stories — when you read the news you rarely get the “story behind the story” from the journalist on the ground. And there are so many things about the experience of reporting that we never hear or see. But with GroundTruth, we can listen! It really gives the listener a sense of what it’s like to be in a place at a certain time, really experiencing news as the journalists themselves experience it.

Important issues, told well with great sound

I've been looking for more shows to broaden my horizons, to cover what's happening in the world today, not just what's in my FB news feed. So far, this seems to be a great podcast for my collection. The host's voice and read manages to be both serious and engaging - a personal quality to it that's a a nice change from some of the more reporterly sounds of public radio. The production quality is high, which is also refreshing. Sometimes I lose the story in all the description, but I also don't really mind because I'm rewarded with a sense of actually being in the places talked about. Bravo, looking forward to more.