Endless Thread's 2020 Listener Survey
The Endless Thread 2020 Listener Survey is here! Why should you be excited about this? By taking the survey, you're joining us on a mission to keep Endless Thread strong and to make it even better. You have a voice, and we want to hear it. Take the survey, and...
Encore: We Want Plates + Pile Of Crockery
Endless Thread is re-releasing a crown jewel from the archives. It's the team's epic adventure to locate a mountain of dishware in the middle of the woods and, truly, it's even more ridiculous than it sounds. Sit back, relax, and dig in!
Shrinkflation: Why Everything From Tuna Cans To Toilet Paper Is Shrinking, But Prices Are Not
From the supermarket to the housing market, products are getting smaller but prices are not. Why is this happening? And can it be stopped before the toilet paper roll disappears right before our very… reaching hands?
Hosted by Ben Brock Johnson and Amory Sivertson, Endless Thread, a podcast from WBUR and Reddit, delves into Reddit’s vast communities to explore some of the most compelling stories the Internet has to offer, including revelations about our shared experience and powerful, personal stories. Also, cat videos. This is a show for Reddit connoisseurs, skeptics, and even the uninitiated.
Black Lives Matter IRL And Online
Over the last few weeks, Endless Thread has been asking for stories that have caught your attention as millions of people around the country and around the world have come together to protest systemic racism and police brutality. Today, Juneteenth 2020, we present some of those stories.
Bonus: Making 'Madness'
"Madness," Endless Thread's 5-part series about the history of CIA-funded mind-control experiments, involved a lot of research and a lot of interviews -- most of which you heard excerpts from in the series, but some of which… you didn’t. Or, at least, not everything the team wanted to share. In...
POSTPONED: Endless Thread Happy Hour, A Zoom Discussion Of "Madness" With The Team
UPDATE: This event has been postponed. Endless Thread's Zoom discussion of the 5-part, in-depth series "Madness" will be rescheduled at a later date.
Madness, Part 5: The Unreachable Summit
Dr. Ewen Cameron died of a heart attack while climbing a mountain in the Adirondacks in 1967. So, we don’t have access to his thoughts on his own legacy. But we do have his son, Duncan Cameron. In the final installment of “Madness," we sit down with Duncan, and we...
Madness, Part 4: Pursuit Of Justice
In the early 1980s, victims of Dr. Ewen Cameron’s mind-altering experiments at the Allan Memorial Institute began a slow process of finding each other and building a case against the CIA for funding Cameron's work. The legacy of that case has played a key role in two separate lawsuits in...
Madness, Part 3: Subproject 68
MK-ULTRA was made up of 149 "subprojects" involving more than 80 academic institutions, prisons, and organizations. In this episode, we learn the dark history of MK-ULTRA and examine the origins of Subproject 68: Dr. Ewen Cameron's experimentation on patients at the Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal.
Madness, Part 2: Brave New World
Hundreds of people who were experimented on at the Allan Memorial Institute over the course of two decades are all connected to one man: Dr. Ewen Cameron. In this episode, we look at how Cameron rose to prominence in his field and investigate the surprising origins of his treatment program.
Madness, Part 1: The Sleep Room
In the first episode of Endless Thread's new series, "Madness," we hear powerful accounts of abuse at a psychiatric hospital in Montreal, and learn about the renowned doctor who conducted these disturbing experiments on unwitting patients.
Join Endless Thread For A Zoom Party!
This Friday, April 17th, at 7pm EST, Endless Thread is hosting a Zoom party! Join co-hosts Ben Brock Johnson and Amory Sivertson and producer Josh Swartz for a little trivia, an exclusive sneak preview of their upcoming series, "Madness," and of course... some surprises.
A Parent, A Nurse, And A Patient Talk About Dealing With Coronavirus
Another look at the far-reaching impact of the coronavirus pandemic. In this episode, we hear from a parent who recently had an infant in the NICU, a nurse who fears for his safety, and someone who recently recovered from COVID-19.