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The Extractor

The sounds we make don’t just fade away.

Voyager Found

What if aliens found the golden record?

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Everything, Nothing, Harvey Keitel

Finding inner peace is hard.

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A teacher gives his students a lesson about democracy that they'll never forget.


Performed by Peter McNerney as Mr. Mohr, Russ Armstrong as Eric, and Alexis Lambright as Margaret, with  Fiona Bradford, Teddy Shivers, Oscar Montoya, and Ben Jones as the principal.


Written by Louis Kornfeld

Produced by Jonathan Mitchell

The Truth is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX, made possible with support from the Knight Foundation, and our launch sponsor, MailChimp, who celebrate creativity, chaos, and teamwork.

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We’re excited to announce that we are now a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. Radiotopia is a new collective of the best story-driven, creative, cutting-edge radio shows on earth. The starting line-up includes 99% Invisible, Strangers, Theory of Everything, Love + Radio, Radio Diaries, and Fugitive Waves. What a group, and we can’t believe we’re a part of it too!

We'd would love to know what you think of our show, and so we’re taking a short, simple, and anonymous survey. We’re particularly interested in hearing your feedback about our most recent season of stories. This is your opportunity to tell us what you think of what we do!

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We're very excited that our story Biological Clock has been awarded the 2013 Gold Mark Time Award for best science fiction audio production of the year! This is The Truth's third Gold Mark Time, previous winners were Moon Graffiti and The Modern Prometheus. You can check out the full list of winners HERE.