Full episode 673: Left Behind Act Three The Book of Death Is Long and Boring Share a clip ByDavid Kestenbaum Where do we go when we die? Producer David Kestenbaum learns that the answer's pretty bureaucratic. More in DeathView all 738: Good Grief! May 28, 2021 Act Three: The Caretaker Producer Bim Adewunmi travels to the site in Minneapolis where George Floyd was murdered by a police officer. 738: Good Grief! May 28, 2021 Act One: Goodbye Mr. Facey Producer Chana Joffe-Walt wondered what it was like for surviving MTA employees coping with the loss of their co-workers due to Covid-19. 738: Good Grief! May 28, 2021 Act Two: When It Rains Producer Sean Cole has, unfortunately, experienced something known as “cumulative grief” this year. More by David KestenbaumView all 736: The Herd Apr. 23, 2021 Act Two: The Elephant in the Zoom David Kestenbaum follows one person as they try to find something—a set of words, some facts, a story—to convince Trump Republicans to get themselves vaccinated. 735: Bloody Feelings Apr. 9, 2021 Act Two: Blood Ties The discovery of 30 century-old postcards written in old Yiddish by a distant family member challenges David Kestenbaum’s ideas about the unimportance of blood ties. 731: What Lies Beneath Feb. 12, 2021 Act One: Through The Eye Of A Needle Fewer than 40 million Americans have gotten the vaccine so far, which leaves a lot of people jealous and wondering what happens inside those little rooms.