1. Watch drummer and electronic producer Shigeto play a set in NPR’s studios, and talk about how performing live makes him feel like Tony Hawk. It’s part of Intern Edition, a show completely written, reported and produced by NPR’s youngest and brightest.

    Want to intern at NPR?

  2. Our interns never bring us sugar cookies like we ask, but they help run the ship at NPR Music. And for that — cookies or not! — we point y’all to to the second episode of 'Tern It Up, the great podcast project of NPR Music interns Dan Raby and Jenna Strucko. Their special guest is Sean Peoples, founder of the Washington, D.C.-based record label Sockets. 

  3. You’ve Never Heard Gram Parsons Grievous Angel?!?!
This is a recurring series in which we ask our unimaginably young  interns to review classic albums they’ve never heard before. Tomorrow is  the anniversary of Gram Parsons' death, so we had our summer intern Laurin Penland write up his pioneering country-rock album, Grievous Angel.

    You’ve Never Heard Gram Parsons Grievous Angel?!?!

    This is a recurring series in which we ask our unimaginably young interns to review classic albums they’ve never heard before. Tomorrow is the anniversary of Gram Parsons' death, so we had our summer intern Laurin Penland write up his pioneering country-rock album, Grievous Angel.