While interspersed with interviews and clips from the past, there is no choppiness to the story or quality. This is a gorgeous glide of audio documentary to listen to.
I’m walking away, my heart aching, but full of hope. Alana may be gone, but now there is this central point where people can go and hear and know they are not alone.
This podcast balances the empirical with the emotional, in a way to be approachable, uncomfortable, and important.
This is a take-it-slow podcast, bringing you a dark history with the love of the final product and what coffee means on a societal level. It’s easy to listen to and understand...It feels warm, relaxing, and contemplative.
[This is] An audio drama from Wondery and At Will Media that’s quite good on the surface, but things about it sit uncomfortably as I listen. I don’t really think it’s wholly the fault of the podcast, but it’s a consideration I’m making as I write this review.