NPR’s hit podcast Invisibilia uncovers the invisible forces that shape human behavior.
Led by an intrepid duo of hosts – culture commentator Hanna Rosin and NPR’s psychology and human behavior reporter Alix Spiegel – Invisibilia returns for its third season to tackle emotions and probe a radically new way of looking at some fundamental questions: Where do emotions come from? Can racism be cured? How is it that two people can look out the window at the exact same thing and see something completely different?
Launched in June, Season 3 is an ambitious new experiment: all the episodes in the season are connected. In the same way that rock musicians in the ‘60s and ‘70s explored their worlds with concept albums, Spiegel and Rosin put forward a provocative new idea and explore it in stories from around the country, using the revealing science and rich storytelling Invisibilia is known for. According to The New Yorker, this season of Invisibilia “feels even more confident and impressive.”
Invisibilia Season 3 launch at No. 1 on the Apple Podcast charts, following the success of Season 2. Nearly 60% of Season 2 listeners rated the show a “Perfect 10” and the series was broadcast by more than 430 NPR Member stations nationwide.