Release Day Review: Father Wants Us Dead
Friends of the family, neighbors, police officials, and more lend their voices to a story everyone has talked about. However, until this podcast, no one has dedicated a full feature to the murders of Helen, Alma, Patricia, Frederick, and John.
Monthly Magpie: April 2022
Looking ahead, I want to serve listeners and podcasters equally. I want to give valid criticism and informational overviews to each part of this community.
Mini Review: How To Do The Pot
The whole context around a single word revolutionized my perception. How To Do The Pot changed my perspective in less than half an hour.
Podcast Review: Solar
Separated by the destruction, crew members of the Aethon work to ensure survival. In a race against time, they have to figure something out before the station’s new orbit sends them around the sun - completely cutting them off from Earth communication.
Release Day Review: Goodniks
What I love though, is that it's easy to listen to, short, and leaves you thinking about what good you can make in the world.
Podcast Review: Twenty Thousand Hertz
To say that this is a podcast about sound feels over simple. Explaining it further seems to need more words than I have available. It is about the relationships we have with what we hear, on almost every level.
Monthly Magpie: Podcast Awards?
Welcome to the Monthly Magpie. I'm mostly making this up as I go along so let me know what you
Podcast Review: What's Her Name
By blending conversation between the hosts, interviews, and other audio these professors of history give us a riveting example of a history podcast. They combine information and storytelling in a way that is accessible and academic without being arrogant.
Introducing: The Monthly Magpie
The first week of each month I will post and send out an overview of what has been happening for me and Magpie. Here's our first one!