Katie Monteleone Katie Monteleone is a producer for TED Radio Hour.
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Katie Monteleone

Producer, TED Radio Hour

Katie Monteleone is a producer for the TED Radio Hour.

In 2023, she produced the new podcast series, Body Electric, hosted by Manoush Zomorodi.

During her time at NPR, Monteleone has helped spearhead production for series on the TED Radio Hour including Mind, Body, Spirit (2023), and Work, Play, Rest (2022), and has produced sound-rich segments on a wide variety of subjects including TikTok star Alexis Nikole Nelson's adventures as a forager, archaeologist Alyssa Loorya's exploration of a 300-year-old farmhouse in Brooklyn and the 5,000 mile journey of a giant puppet named Amal.

Monteleone graduated from Colby College in 2018 where she studied theater and creative writing.

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Friday

Brandon Watson/NPR

Visiting the plantation where her ancestors were enslaved

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Friday

Bob Daemmrich

Want to predict the future? Digital twins that model planes, climate—even cancer

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Friday

Ryan Lash / TED

The beginning of mind-reading technology? No, it's not science fiction

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Saturday

Daniel Hertzberg

Body Electric: The Body Across The Ages

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Friday

Gilberto Tadday / TED

Birds aren't real? A gen-Z conspiracy theory turned social commentary

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Friday

Daniel Hertzberg

Over 20,000 joined the NPR/Columbia study to move throughout the day. Did it work?

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Daniel Hertzberg
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Daniel Hertzberg

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Daniel Hertzberg

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Friday

Jan Maly/TEDxUNYP

How we could live forever... virtually

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Surprise! How embracing unpredictable moments can make us feel more alive

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Friday

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One man's journey with vitiligo and how he found self-acceptance

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Friday

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How do different thinkers interpret the world?

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