Launched in 2016, the podcast The Radio Adventures of Eleanor Amplified describes itself as "an adventure series for the whole family." This audio drama centers around its main character, a "world-famous" radio reporter named Eleanor Amplified, who "foils devious plots and outwits crafty villains, all in pursuit of the big story." Eleanor Amplified was created by NPR's John Sheehan, a former producer for Fresh Air, who said that in creating this podcast he wanted "to make kids' content that adults could also enjoy." This old-school radio drama is both fun and educational, and its episodes are typically 10-15 minutes long. The podcast has also published two Road Trip Editions that consolidate an entire season into a single-chaptered download, perfect for those long drives. Written primarily for kids aged 8-12, but delightful at any age,Eleanor Amplified is produced by the Philadelphia public radio station WHYY and has been featured on Amy Poehler's Smart Girls.