By KATIE ATKINSON (@Katie_Atk)
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In their breakout show and first collaborative project, NPR cohorts Alix Spiegel and Lulu Miller have been examining the invisible.
The things we can’t see.
The things that make humans, human.
Wrought with charming humor, raw emotion and genuinely engaging guests, "Invisibilia" (Latin for “all the invisible things”) is an auditory delight that has stolen the hearts of podcast lovers across the nation since its inaugural episode in January 2015.
In the past, "Invisibilia" has examined everything from a man plagued by an endless stream of murderous thoughts to a woman who can physically feel what she witnesses others feeling. The show combines investigative journalism with vibrant storytelling.
And, after more than a year-long hiatus, "Invisibilia" is back. The new season will launch June 17, and listeners can expect the same brilliantly-charming storytelling from the show.
Spiegel and Miller, along with their new cohort Hanna Rosin, will continue to explore storylines that shock, intrigue and confuse followers.
NPR released a teaser episode for the new season. You can check it out here. Visit Youngspeak after the season two release to read our thoughts on the new material.