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Podcast Problems: Good Conversation, Bad Podcast

There’s something that happens to me fairly often when I listen to a new nonfiction podcast. I’ll hear about a podcast that discusses some subject I care about, and I’ll be so excited for a new nonfiction show to latch onto. 1,655 more words

The Gray Area Season 1: "Prologue" to "Brand Awareness"


If you listened to the first episode of The Gray Area you would know that greeting doubles as a joke. Anyway, I finally got around to making another review. 860 more words


First Impressions: "What's the Frequency" Sets New Bar for Early Audio Drama Episodes

What’s the Frequency is a new “psychedelic noir audio drama” by Greater Boston veteran, creator James Oliva. The show follows a large cast of characters in a fictionalized 1940s L.A. 733 more words

Kaitlyn Bristowe's Off the Vine Podcast Review

Season 11’s Kaitlyn Bristowe is my favorite Bachelorette so far. In my opinion she is one of the most entertaining and honest members of Bachelor Nation. 628 more words

True Crime Garage

First and foremost, I want to extend the most sincere thank you that I can. You have all been so kind, patient, and encouraging. Your support cannot be overstated.  867 more words

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TED Radio Hour Episode: Quiet

Description: In this episode, we explore ways to find quiet in our busy lives. How can we step back and make time to reflect in an increasingly distracted and hurried world? 1,307 more words

Cloud Appreciation

Classic Audio Drama and Flash Fiction Shine in "Earbud Theater"

Earbud Theater is a flash fiction radio theater podcast that has been around since 2012, a venerable veteran of the podcasting community. The show debuted just around when Radiotopia’s  620 more words