Readers who have ever found themselves wondering how to communicate with aliens or why our alphabet goes from A to Z will enjoy the Subtitle podcast. Hosted by journalists and language lovers Patrick Cox and Kavita Pillay, Subtitle explores stories about and by people who are passionate for language and linguistics. For instance, Episode 28 discusses the past and future of Braille in the context of audiobooks and screen readers. Episode 10 explores the effects of Hurricane Katrina on the dialects and accents of New Orleans residents. There are over 30 past episodes to enjoy, with new episodes released every two weeks. Subtitle is produced by Quiet Juice and the Linguistic Society of America, with funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities and support from the Hub & Spoke audio collective. Listeners can subscribe to the podcast, now in its second season, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, RadioPublic, or other podcatchers, or follow the podcast on Twitter (@lingopod) to hear about new episodes.