The Guardian's Audio Long Reads podcasts are a selection of the  Guardian’s long read articles which are published in the paper and online. It gives you the opportunity to get on with your day whilst listening to some of the finest journalism the Guardian has to offer: in-depth writing from around the world on immigration, crime, business, the arts and much more.


Title Date published
The invention of Essex: how a county became a caricature 2019-07-12
The mindfulness conspiracy 2019-07-08
El Chapo: what the rise and fall of the kingpin reveals about the war on drugs 2019-07-05
Why parents are addicted to Calpol 2019-06-28
'I wouldn't be the refugee, I'd be the girl who kicked ass': how taekwondo made me 2019-06-21
The price of plenty: how beef changed America 2019-06-17
‘Socialism for the rich’: the evils of bad economics 2019-06-14
The Anthropocene epoch: have we entered a new phase of planetary history? 2019-06-10
‘A zombie party’: the deepening crisis of conservatism 2019-06-07
Building the Brexit party: how Nigel Farage copied Italy's digital populists 2019-06-03
From The Archers to HBO: how Sally Wainwright conquered TV 2019-05-31
Who killed the prime minister? The unsolved murder that still haunts Sweden 2019-05-27
Blow up: how half a tonne of cocaine transformed the life of an island 2019-05-24
How the news took over reality 2019-05-20
Into the pharaoh's chamber: how I fell in love with ancient Egypt 2019-05-17
Busting the myth that depression doesn't affect people in poor countries 2019-05-13
The shocking rape trial that galvanised Spain’s feminists and the far right 2019-05-10
Hand dryers v paper towels: the surprisingly dirty fight for the right to dry your hands 2019-05-06
How to identify a body: the Marchioness disaster and my life in forensic pathology 2019-05-03
‘For five years we dreaded every meal’: my infant son’s struggle with food 2019-04-26

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