What features does NPR One offer?

Station Page
Explore the shows and podcasts that represent the stories and voices from your community. View the News and Stories that are meaningful to your community and Catch Up on the latest newscast from your station. And tap on Live Radio to tune into your station's live radio stream in your browser. View you Home Station Page by tapping News & Stories in the navigation drawer.


Explore
Looking for something great to listen to … you just don’t know what? We have you taken care of. Swipe to the left to uncover tons of great stories and podcasts in our Explore section. They are hand picked for you. Your listening history lives here, too, and you can see what’s coming up next.


Follow
Follow a show, and we’ll know you want to hear it. Search for it and tap the button. The latest episodes will live in Explore.


Newscasts
Catch up with the latest news by swiping over to Explore and tapping on Hourly Newscast or Local Newscast.


Featured Shows
NPR One includes podcasts from NPR, the greater public radio ecosystem, and a curated selection of independent producers from all over the world. See a showcase of a recommended podcasts in the new 'Featured Shows' section in Explore. We'll recommend new shows and podcasts over time as you listen.


Search
Know what you want? Try searching for one of your favorite programs or podcasts. We like NPR's Planet Money, WNYC's Note to Self and Radiolab, and The Moth Radio Hour from PRX. Tap Follow if you want to stay up on the latest episodes.


Listen and Explore
The new listening paths in Explore are just a swipe away. Your History and Coming Up now live in one place within Explore (now called 'Recently Heard' and 'Up Next').


Featured Shows
NPR One includes podcasts from NPR, the greater public radio ecosystem, and a curated selection of independent producers from all over the world. See a showcase of a recommended podcasts in the new 'Featured Shows' section in Explore. We'll recommend new shows and podcasts over time as you listen.
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