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New Times Radio podcasts are here! The TNT crew has been hard at work on our latest feature, original podcasts and audiobook versions of our original content. Bring TNT with you wherever you go, in the car, at the gym, in the kitchen or studio, or on a walk. 

Our inaugural podcasts feature the top stories from the print edition, read by their authors, and packaged into an anthology that brings together the best of each issue of Topanga New Times.

We are also debuting special audiobook presentations of The Coastwatchers, our original family friendly fiction series, set in WWII Malibu by TNT Editor Suzanne Guldimann, read for you by Claire Chapman, and Wednesdays with JMO, read by Jimmy P. Morgan. These two audiobook-style podcasts will feature the first five chapters of each story. And that’s not all—we have more New Times Radio—NTR—projects in development, including original content that hasn’t appeared yet in print. Learn more at  topanganewtimes.com and as soon as our audio content is live, you can find the New Times Radio podcast series available for download and streaming wherever you get your podcasts. Thank you, we hope our readers will become NTR listeners, too.

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