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  • I don't listen to every podcast, but when I do it is fun!
    Mar 28, 2019
    I love Kaitlyn's style. She's honest, direct and raw. When her guest is someone I'm interested in I tend to listen. She does a great job of balancing being herself and chatty with giving her guests time to talk and shine. If you're in to self help, bach gossip, country music and/or wine then worth a listen!
  • A little long, but serves up the tea and good convo
    Mar 28, 2019
    I've been unsure about Nick for a long time, and I think this podcast is making me realize I like him. He's direct, has little filter and seems pretty with it overall. The podcast has ranged from Bachelor related tea to talking about mental health, body image issues, and communication. He's typically got great guests and it means they get in to good convos that tend to run a little long. If you are a bach. nation fan you'll probably enjoy the early episodes and if you are in to in depth convos around important topics you'll enjoy the middle few eps. Worth a listen!
  • Don't Pigeon Hole This One!
    Jun 25, 2018
    This is one of my new favorite podcasts. I love how truly curious Jonathan is! He really explores a range of topics, while bringing his enjoyable personality to the discussions. I have already learned a lot listening to the last few episodes and really look forward to their release each week. I highly encourage anyone who is a fan of Queer Eye, a fan of JVN, or just a fan of learning to tune in!
  • Guilty Pleasure
    Mar 29, 2018
    This is definitely a guilty pleasure podcast. If you are a bachelor/ette fan and you're not listening to this podcast, I don't know why. They get great guests, have some of the breaking stories from the source and answer questions honestly. It is one of those podcasts I always listen to as soon as it downloads.
  • Growing and getting better
    Mar 29, 2018
    I love Taylor's approach to this podcast and what she is seeking to do, I think she still has some growth ahead of her, and I hope she continues to grow and evolve as a podcast host. An example is some of the inaccuracies she allowed her guest to talk about on her podcast during black history month. Again, great that she's having those convos, but it shouldn't mean you aren't direct and accurate. Looking forward to following her along as she grows.
  • Warm, Direct and Engaging
    Sep 11, 2017
    Lindsay is a pleasure to listen to. Her insights, approach and language have a deep impact on those who may be seeking another avenue for exploring the world around them. Even if you aren't deeply interested in tarot or astrology, I find that Lindsay offers a practical approach to helping any one process what is happening in their life at this moment. She is engaging in her approach to telling the story of the cards and what is happening in the current landscape of tarot, astrology and more. I highly encourage giving her a listen, especially if you are currently navigating any kind of life change.
  • S-Towninactive
    Everyone Loves it...but
    Jun 28, 2017
    I'm not a typical bandwagon podcast listener. But, since everyone was raving, and I wanted to do a long run one Saturday I decided to dive in. And dive in I did. I listened to the whole 7 episodes in 3 days, which is impressive for a full-time working Mom with shit to do. The first few episodes grabbed me so fully I listened whenever I had more than 2 minutes to listen. I even arranged my work around getting to listen so I could do the monotonous tasks while fully engrossed in the narrative Brian spun. All that to say, I wasn't so blown away that I will tell everyone I know to listen asap. The production is incredible. The time, energy, care and attention that Brian and his team put in to this series is evident and it pays off. It took me to the time, place and going-ons that he describes. But. And here is my but. In the end, as the final two episodes spun down in to my ears I felt, eh. Was this how it was going to end? What was all the build up for? Where is the true crime. Where are the confessions. What happens to Tyler and Ruth and where are they at now. All that said, I appreciate how he chose to package and tell this story. I appreciate the connections he made and how he wove together a story about our world with the of this one brilliant man who lived this incredible simple and yet complex life in shittown usa. So will I tell you to listen, sure. But, if you have other stuff to get to first, I won't rush you.
  • Strangersinactive
    Compelling with a strong narrator
    Jun 28, 2017
    Lea is a compelling voice to listen to and the places she takes you are always thoughtful, intense and thought provoking. This one isn't "easy" to listen to because of the emotions it often evokes, but that's the point. Check out the story of the two families brought together through adoption, and the episode about the various experiences of those living on the Border of the US.
  • Foundinactive
    Love the impetus for this show and he takes it good places
    Jun 28, 2017
    This one isn't usually at the top of my must listen to list, but it is a great listen when I get to it. I love where Davy takes the show, and the whole concept. The episode with his Dad is delightful, and I was really compelled by the one where he found and got an audience with retired NBA player Craig Hodges.
  • For me- Inconsistent
    Jun 28, 2017
    Some of the episodes knock it out of the park for me. Some fall flat. For a podcast that is supposed to be about parenting I do find that some episodes are a little too far from that mark. That said, I've gotten a lot from the episodes I have committed to. Noteably - the episode about raising a trans child, the episodes where comedians answer kids questions, and she does have impactful advertisers- I love the bra I heard her advertise!
  • RISK!active
    From every angle- Risk! will grab you and won't let go. Hold on tight!
    Jun 28, 2017
    This is my go to podcast for runs. The stories transport you. Kevin Allison and his team do a phenomenal job bringing different people together to tell stories on a weekly theme. They're often funny, sad, heartbreaking and scary. His team helps people prepare to tell the stories in the most impactful way. It makes a huge difference, while the people may be "amateur" story tellers, the stories they tell and the way they tell them is anything but. If you enjoy storytelling, if you enjoy hearing about wild parts of other's lives, then check this one out.
  • Voyeurism at its best.
    Jun 28, 2017
    I totally get that this one isn't for everyone. You have to enjoy hearing someone you don't know talk about themselves for an hour. That said, I really enjoy it. I enjoy hearing their stories, enjoy hearing how Chris interacts, the questions he asks and the comedic relief he brings. He's said it, and his callers have said, I think 45 minutes would be the magic time- but even with it being maybe slightly too long- it is still a great listen for people who are curious about how others live their lives.
  • Relevant, Impactful and Engaging
    Jun 28, 2017
    I often find that as I'm listening I realize a connection to the topic I didn't think I would have had. I am also often blown away by how much Manoush is able to pack in to 20 or so minutes. I have found all of her special projects really helpful as I figure out balancing technology and my life.
  • Funny, Poignant and will help you be more socially concious
    Jun 28, 2017
    This is my favorite podcast of the moment. Phoebe and Jessica's ability to connect with each other and the audience is a pleasure to listen to. Their wit, ability to take serious social issues and present the real of them, their guest line up, their presence and even their commercials all make this the podcast of the moment. If you're not listening, you're doing something wrong.
  • Radiolabactive
    Do yourself a favor, listen to Radiolab.
    Jun 28, 2017
    Everything they report on, they present in such a compelling way you have to listen regardless of your interest in the subject. Who would think I would find myself being fascinated in the biology of how tree roots speak to each other? But I was blown away listening to their podcast on it. I love their use of sound, how they tell and weave the story and I am always annoyed when they go on their short breaks! It is always my first choice to listen to when they put out a new one.
  • Truly reflective of the various lives we all lead.
    Jun 28, 2017
    I've been a fan of This American Life for many years, and was happy to rediscover it in podcast form. I enjoy listening to how they weave together stories from various angles and appreciate all the different producers Ira utilizes to tell the stories. While they do repeat stories from time to time, they also work very hard to put together compelling and important work like the refugee stories from Greece. I will keep listening and it is one podcast I recommend to anyone looking to start their podcast journey.

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