I just finished the seven parts of S-Town, which is an NPR production. It follows SERIAL of two years ago and something last year I missed. In S-Town, a reporter is lured down to Rockport, Alabama to hear the musings of John, an eccentric backwoods brainiac who believes a murder has taken place. Or does he? Over the course of seven episodes what this story is about changes in almost every episode. It is fascinating and troubling. Riveting and queasy-making. Where the story goes seems to verge on unethical journalism. I can't say much more without it constituting spoilers, but it certainly rivals any book you hold in your hands.
Do you listen to podcasts? They make good walking shows for me. And also they are good for housecleaning. Apparently I need constant stimulation or I hear the crickets in my head.