We asked one of our longstanding community partners, Family Action Network’s executive director, Lonnie Stonitsch, to share her recommendations for what to listen to, read, and watch this winter. Lonnie offers a diverse inventory of mind-opening, engaging content, from newsletters and podcasts to television shows and YouTube channels, to help you make the most of the upcoming winter months.
Please read below for her suggestions!
- Letter from an American, Heather Cox Richardson, Ph.D.
- Ask Polly, Heather Havrilesky
- Granted, Adam Grant, Ph.D.
- The Audacity, Roxane Gay
- The Psychology Podcast, Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D.
- Stuck, Damon Young
- FBI Retired Case File Review, Jerri Williams
- Therapy for Black Girls, Joy Harden Bradford, Ph.D.
- If Books Could Kill, Michael Hobbes and Peter Shamshiri
- The Tim Ferris Show
- On Purpose, Jay Shetty
- Still Processing, Jenna Wortham and Wesley Morris
- Extraordinary Attorney Woo, Netflix
- Slow Horses, Apple TV+ (2 seasons)
- Atlanta, Disney+ (4 seasons)
- My Brilliant Friend, HBO (3 seasons)
- Andor, Disney+
- In Treatment, HBO (4 seasons)
- Wednesday, Netflix
- The Witcher, Netflix
- Sex Education, Netflix (3 seasons)
- Science Without the Gobbledygook
- You Suck at Cooking
- I am Puma
- The Institute of Art and Ideas
- Jerry Rig Everything
- NPR Music (Tiny Desk Concerts)
- Daily Dose of Internet
- David Lynch Theater