Podcast of the week

From David Tennant to Jon Ronson, Fiona Sturges selects the best audio content from around the world

The series investigates how a prominent New York psychiatrist allegedly took control of a patient’s Hamptons home and business

Have You Heard George’s Podcast? is compassionate, charismatic, inventive — and makes you see the world with fresh eyes

This new series aimed at a BAME audience takes a glass-half-full view of the world

Though creaky at times, the BBC series features atmospheric audio, and music from Hans Zimmer

Themes tackled include violence, sex and fatherhood

The first episode in the series is a shocking story of lead poisoning

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This hard-hitting series features testimony from families, academics and patients

This new series injects a tired format with a refreshing dose of silliness

Moneyball author Michael Lewis presents a series in which politics, ethics and human stories collide

Rami Malek stars in this tense dystopian drama

This six-part podcast series about the woman heralded as ‘the next Steve Jobs’ is an addictive narrative of greed, ambition and duplicity

The series is one of two new podcasts that bring fresh insights to parenting

This atmospheric series of interviews is released to coincide with International Women’s Day

A new podcast from the BBC takes an informative, heartfelt approach to understanding identity

These stories of love, sadness and trauma have universal appeal

The new series from Gimlet Media, the network newly acquired by Spotify, follows a private investigator’s quest to exonerate a young man from the Bronx

New shows artfully explore what we get up to in bed

David Tennant Does a Podcast With . . . boasts a glittering line-up of guests, but its first episode backs away from difficult themes

Madison Griffiths’ series is the latest in a string of podcasts that have explored female experience at its most raw

Denzel Washington played him in The Hurricane, and Bob Dylan immortalised his plight in song — but did he do it?

The writer and presenter returns to the Californian porn industry in The Last Days of August

The gloss comes off the golden years in a disturbing examination of male domination in the film industry

The format is in rude health with series such as Last Seen and Personal Best