Release Day Review: The Loudest Girl in the World
I want people to take a deep breath and experience at least one episode of this podcast. Shake up your idea of the word, and of the world.
Release Day Review: Degrees
The second episode, though? This is the heart of the podcast. A real story of how someone can use the skills they have in one place, like say HVAC systems, and use it to eventually spearhead a movement.
The Monthly Magpie: August 2022
I appreciate you so much and I’m brainstorming what more exciting things I can bring to the table for all of us.
Podcast Review: Archetypes
This podcast is designed to feel like a lazy river ride. It has a direction, it’s just not necessarily in a big rush to get you there. Relax, and take the time to just listen.
Series Highlight: The Katrina Episodes from Disasterous History
This is a great example of one of those podcasts everyone should give a chance because they tend to be some of the best podcasts full of passion and heart. Give Disastrous History a try, even if it’s not the Katrina episodes. You’ll see what I mean.
Episode Highlight: Human Rights Be Damned, from Immigrantly
Even without a profound understanding of what’s happening: It is an easy episode to follow, but the big ideas make it a podcast you have to focus on.
Series Review: Abortion: The Body Politic
This is not just a spectacularly produced podcast in tone and quality - but each episode flows with grace and an especially committed passion.
Release Day Review: Missing Pages
In some ways a true crime “who done it”, we are taken on a familiar feeling path where a case is built and defense is made. This is an easy story to follow, tying in some current events for a full understanding of the elite world we are talking about.
Episode Highlight: Sound of Our Town
Equal parts travel guide and spoken word poem, Sound of Our Town takes listeners on a bird’s eye tour of a city each week. Through the veins of the music each locale has cultivated, we are taken from the hole-in-the-wall bar to the stadiums, and given a tiny bit of history along the way.
Podcast Review: Appodlachia
This podcast needs to exist for those who live there, as well as for those outside of it. It can cross boundaries we’ve let ourselves build.