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This Week in Podcasts: 11/18/18 – 11/24/18

This Week in Podcasts is a weekly roundup of mini-reviews of all of the podcasts I’ve listened to in a week. If you see any podcasts that you feel are missing from my list, there’s a good chance I haven’t listened to the show yet! You can see my current list of podcast subscriptions here. ...

My Favorite Niche Podcasts

In my Top 10 Tips for Nonfiction Podcasts article, I talked about the importance of finding your niche, highlighting the expansive world of hyper-niche podcasts. These are my top 5 favorite hyper-niche podcast categories. If you're interested in any of this super, super specific content, I'd highly recommend giving these shows a listen--and please comment with ...

“Upstream” Proves that Economics Podcasts Can and Should Be Doing More

Talking economics makes me anxious. I grew up during the recession, when I was old enough to know what was happening but not quite old enough to understand how it would affect me later in life. When I think of "economics podcasts," I have an immediate flight response. Upstream, though, understands that response and turns ...

This Week in Podcasts: 11/11/18 – 11/17/18

This Week in Podcasts is a weekly roundup of mini-reviews of all of the podcasts I’ve listened to in a week. If you see any podcasts that you feel are missing from my list, there’s a good chance I haven’t listened to the show yet! You can see my current list of podcast subscriptions here. ...

We Watched “Homecoming” and Have a Lot of Questions

Originally posted on Elena Fernández-Collins:
Co-written by Elena Fernández-Collins and Wil Williams. It’s really no secret that we — Wil Williams and Elena Fernández-Collins — are not fans of Gimlet’s fiction podcasts so far. We both wanted to take at least a look at the Homecoming adaptation from Amazon, but doing it alone sounded…

“The Mike Prowse Solo Travel Podcast”: A Strange, Hilarious Journey

"If there's one thing I regret in my long career as a travel journalist," Mike Prowse says in the ninth episode if The Mike Prowse Solo Travel Podcast,  "it's the travel." Solo Travel Expert. Three-time travel writer of the year in the weeklies and paid for section of the South West category of the Regional Press Awards ...

“Limetown: The Prequel to the #1 Podcast” A Deep Dive into Lia Haddock, Emile Haddock, and the Feel of Limetown

There is a certain feeling to Limetown--a sort of gray, cold feeling that has moments of brightness in shining character moments or especially lovely choices in production. The feeling, when you steep yourself into listening, is almost tangible, like you can feel the dust coating Limetown's ruins, feel the exhaustion after Max and Deirdre's fights, feel ...