Full episode 717: Audience of One (2020) Act Two Late Registration Share a clip Transcript Political documentaries aren’t for everyone. Especially when they’re over five hours long. But producer Ben Calhoun discovers one he can’t stop watching. (16 minutes) ByBen Calhoun More in PoliticsView all 785: Through the Looking Glass Nov. 25, 2022 Act One: Flies, Meet Honey An elections administrator in Texas, Heider Garcia, uses a radical approach to try to win over election skeptics: tactical patience. 781: Watching the Watchers Oct. 7, 2022 Act One: Magazona Washington Post reporter, Isaac Arnsdorf, and producer, Zoe Chace, continue the story about the takeover of the Republican party. 776: I Work Better on Deadline July 29, 2022 Act One: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Quorum Reporter Sarah Gibson tells the story of a huge political divide in the tiny town of Croydon, NH – population 800. More by Ben CalhounView all 760: A City Walks Into an Investigation Jan. 28, 2022 Act One: Chief Lewis Adds It Up The police chief in Muskegon conducts his own personal investigation into Officer Anderson’s interactions with Black people on the job. 737: The Daily May 14, 2021 Act One: How Do You Get To Carnegie Hall? Producer Ben Calhoun investigates a daily mystery—a daily musical mystery. (15 minutes) 725: Turkey in a Face Mask Nov. 27, 2020 Act One: Dead Ringer A while ago, a farmer walked through a pork processing plant in Oklahoma with a friend who managed it.