How did 9/11 the day become 9/11 the idea? That question drives Pineapple Street Studios and award-winning host Dan Taberski (Missing Richard Simmons, Running From COPS, The Line) to shift the focus to what happened on 9/12, and every day after that. 9/12 is a poignant, surprising, and surprisingly funny seven episode series about people who wake up on 9/12 having to navigate a new, radically altered world. A teenager gets caught up in an out-of-control conspiracy theory that he helped start. A Pakistani business owner finds hundreds of his Brooklyn neighbors are disappearing. Joke-writers at The Onion must figure out just how soon is “too soon”? 9/12 asks what it all means. We know what happened on 9/11. But what happened on 9/12 to alter our memory and our perspective forever?The series 9/12 earned three Podcast Academy Awards at the 2022 Ambies, including Podcast of the Year.
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It is an interesting perspective, but fails to offer any nuance. It’s also ironic that a podcast consistently complaining that the US government exploited 9/11 for its own gain is doing the same. You are correct, but are you not using that same event to make money too? And 20 years later no less?
Good selection of view points and narratives. Some of the episodes seem out of touch with reality. He called Osama Bin Laden Batman and the US the Joker. He seems to not really care about the lives lost that day.
I like Dans work, but this was way too political for my liking. Would have liked it if he balanced it out and had some more examples of brave Americans who helped fight terrorism both here and abroad. I get it, liberals pretty much don’t like our country, but there are others who do, there story is way more interesting to tell regarding 9/11
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This is well done. Intertwining narratives from a varied background of experiences of 9/11 analyzing the wide ranging effects of that terrible day. Highly recommend.
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9/12 launched a year ago and published 11 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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