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CNN Audio’s fall podcast lineup includes new shows, new seasons and a new True Crime series on HLN
CNN’s Chief International Correspondent Clarissa Ward will host a new series called Tug of War this fall. Ward travels across the world to meet the courageous people on the front lines of a battle for democracy.
“During my career I’ve always been struck by extraordinary acts of courage from ordinary people,” says Ward. “Currently authoritarian regimes are on the ascent across the world, but so are the grassroot movements resisting them. In Tug of War, we take you to Syria, Myanmar, Russia and more to meet some of the people behind these movements and see what it takes to risk everything to fight oppression.”
CNN’ Chief International Correspondent Dana Bash and Senior Data Reporter Harry Enten will also host new podcasts. In Total Recall: California’s Political Circus, Dana explores the stranger than fiction 2003 California recall election, including the two men at the very center of it all: Arnold Schwarzenegger and Gray Davis. And in Margins of Error, Harry finds the hidden truth in numbers and takes a closer look at zeitgeisty topics like phone phobias, what statistics could tell us about the evolution of dating rules, and some surprising data around our belief in ghosts.
Longtime podcaster Aminatou Sow joins CNN Audio to host When Diana Met…, a new podcast that will revisit Princess Diana’s most notable encounters with politicians, dignitaries and celebrities.
HLN will also be launching a new audio companion to their popular true crime series, Very Scary People. This season, the show returns to Amityville, New York to revisit the 1974 murders that would spark a cultural conversation.
CNN will also be releasing new seasons of Chasing Life with Dr. Sanjay Gupta, The Axe Files with David Axelrod and The Handoff with Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon.