About The Listener
As of April 2021, the Listener Newsletter will no longer be publishing independently. Please visit TheBrowser.com, our new home, for a daily dose of reading recommendations + a weekly selection of podcast recommendations too.
Welcome to the Listener! Every weekday, paid subscribers get 3 outstanding podcast selections lovingly curated and vividly described by Caroline Crampton. (Free subscribers get one weekly email to enjoy). Paid subscribers also get a special feed that can deliver our choices directly to your favourite podcast app.
Some of our subscribers use The Listener to discover fascinating new podcasts to listen to on their commute, at the gym or while cooking dinner; others just enjoy the newsletter itself as a small daily window onto our weird and wonderful world. However you like your Listener, thanks for joining us.
Comments, thoughts, suggestions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org, any time.
Who We Are
Caroline Crampton is the editor of The Listener and a freelance writer and podcaster. Caroline writes narrative non-fiction (like the book The Way to the Sea), makes a popular podcast about detective fiction called Shedunnit, and writes the podcast industry newsletter Hot Pod as well as book reviews, interviews and columns for publications like the Mail on Sunday, the Guardian and the New Humanist.
Lindelani Mbatha is the international editor of The Listener and the host and producer of the podcast Radio Browser. Lindelani's writing has featured in Podcast Review, The Morning News and African Arguments.
Uri Bram is the publisher of The Listener and The Browser, curating the finest reads to surprise and delight. Uri is the author of books including Thinking Statistically and The Business of Big Data, and co-creator of the games Person Do Thing and Lettercat.
Natalie Harney is an illustrator and design researcher, you can see her illustrations across The Listener and The Browser. Natalie has worked on the design of everything from book covers to portraits to how government services work.