All the Best Literary Screen Adaptations to Stream in 2021
There is so much to look forward to in film and TV this year—and so much audio to make you the ultimate insider. Read now
Inspired by Hip-Hop, ‘Open Water’ Introduces a Stunning New Voice on Vulnerability
Caleb Azumah Nelson's lyrical debut brings you inside the mind of a young British Black man discovering himself through love and art. Read now
Yo-Yo Ma's 'Beginner's Mind' Is a Musical Meditation on the Power of Art
America's iconic cellist examines his path in life and the role of art and music in helping us heal from a year of burnout and universal grief. Read now
Mary-Louise Parker Reprises One of Her Most Challenging Roles in 'The Sound Inside'
The award-winning performer stars in Adam Rapp's Tony-nominated play as they translate it to an audio-only experience. Read now
In 'Playing Burton,' Matthew Rhys Sees Himself
Richard Burton was the reason Matthew Rhys became an actor. Now, the Emmy Award-winner becomes his childhood idol and fellow Welshman in the one-man show about Burton's life. Read now
Tavi Gevinson’s 'Life Skills' Masters the Delicate Art of Millennial Advice
Writer, actor, and style icon Tavi Gevinson helms 'Life Skills by Rookie,' a podcast that carries on the beloved legacy of her online magazine, 'Rookie.' Read now
Weezer Wrote a Song About Audible, and We'll Never Be the Same
On a track from the band’s new album ‘Ok Human’, frontman Rivers Cuomo surprised even us with his deep love for audiobooks. When we recovered, we asked him for the scoop. Read now