Third Coast Audio Library

Our vast and ever-growing collection contains thousands of carefully curated audio stories, episodes from Third Coast podcasts, educational sessions on craft from the best makers on the planet, and more.

We’ve also featured some incredible audio work beyond this audio library, in other ways and using other formats: don’t miss the 2021 Web Showcase, featuring a more in-depth look at the winners, judges and even a list of 40 finalists from the 2021 Third Coast/RHDF Competition.


Joe Frank's Dreamers is more like an M.C Escher drawing than a traditional tale and leaves you questioning the blurry line between dreams and reality.

Coffee and Cream

A Nigerian woman discusses how science and coffee have provided stability amidst all her struggles.

Missing White Cat

When our cat, Cake, went missing, we immediately suspected our elderly neighbor, Mary.

Control the Blue

I visited my old elementary school and went to an art class full of second graders .

Hearing Red

We explore the subtle effects of noise pollution on our daily lives.

Look Toward the Blue

As a new resident of one of the oldest neighborhoods in Portland, Maine, I set out one day armed with a recorder and mic in hopes of meeting some of my new neighbors.

Red Van Refuge

Teri La Roca looks out for the peeps in our hood, especially our neighbors that some disregard and would rather forget.

The Red Cardigan

The legendary Mr. Rogers was everybody's favorite neighbor... except for maybe my friend Sarah.

Rudy's Gray Area

Rudy has lived on this bizarre little block since 1953, before a dozen railroad tracks and nearly as many highway lanes separated it from other residential neighborhoods.