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!
Podcast Review: Chameleon- Wild Boys
The boys, Tom, and Will Green were “from the bush”. They grew up off the grid and were sick of the lifestyle. So they came to Vernon, camped out behind the general store- and the town rose to the challenge.
Podcast Review: Blind Landing Out on the Ice
Blind Landing is an eye opener for the people not knee deep in the sporting world. It's interesting, captivating, and so easy to listen to. It's one of the podcasts I suggest for people who "don't know what to listen to"
Podcast Review- When Diana Met
I am not a royal watcher. Well, I’m not in the sense that I have binoculars
trained on every
Series Release Day Review- Let's Talk about Atlantis!
Liv simply does this with her usual style, and notably with some music choices that had me perking from the first chord. We are eased through what Plato set up in his Dialogues, what people think Atlantis is now, and where we are going with this mini series over the next few weeks.