Listen, your flight’s probably going to be delayed. You’re going to get sick of hearing “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” sooner or later. Santa’s going to give the neighbor kid a drum set.

The important thing is this: You’re going to need things to listen to during this holiday season. So now’s a good time to get to better know our show, “Reveal,” public radio’s new investigative reporting show and podcast.

To help you get acquainted, here’s a podcast mixtape created by our staff.

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If you’d prefer to listen on iTunes, you can subscribe here. Search the feed yourself for the individual podcasts that make up the mixtape:

* Bogus screws ended up in the spines of surgery patients

* Buried in Blue Earth

* Growing hay a world away

* The secrets of church, state and business (first segment on Jehovah’s Witnesses)

* Death in the Bakken

* Oklahoma’s man-made earthquakes

* Rape on the Night Shift

* Secret super water users

* Exposing the horrors on The Mountain

And while the titles of these stories might not exude holiday cheer, remember: They led to positive change in 2015.

Andrew Donohue is the deputy editor for Reveal. He works with the audience team to find out what the public needs from – and what it can contribute to – our reporting. Stories Donohue has reported and edited have led to criminal charges, firings and reforms in public housing, pesticide use, sexual harassment and labor practices, among other areas. As a reporter and editor, he’s won awards from Investigative Reporters and Editors, the Society of Professional Journalists, the Online News Association and others. Previously, Donohue helped build and lead Voice of San Diego, a pioneering local news startup. He was a John S. Knight fellow at Stanford University, where he worked on deepening engagement with investigative reporting. He serves on the IRE board of directors.