Through arresting personal stories, robust scientific research, and laughter, NPR’s hit podcast and radio show Invisibilia enchants listeners season to season. The show’s intrepid duo of hosts – culture commentator Hanna Rosin and psychology and human behavior reporter Alix Spiegel – unwind gripping stories to examine how our lives are entwined with the larger world.
Season Three returns June 2017 with seven episodes examining the nature of reality and our role in creating it. Through science and stories about hidden bias, social bubbles, emotional truth, our future selves and more, Invisibilia investigates whether we live in the same world or constructed realities.
The show premiered at No. 1 on the iTunes charts in January 2015, and in summer 2016, Invisibilia reignited its dedicated community of listeners with Season 2 – seven new episodes which nearly 60% of listeners rated a “Perfect 10,” inspired more than 200 Invisibilia listening parties in anticipation of the launch, and was broadcast by more than 430 stations around the U.S. Even now, months after the close of Season 2, it remains one of the most listened podcasts according to Podtrac’s “Top 20” podcasts ranker.