Why should white dudes have all the fun?
John Dehlin founded the Mormon Stories podcast and has commented extensively on topics such as LGBT issues and gender within the religion. He now faces excommunication.
You’ve lost a considerable amount of sleep over the Nisha call.
The show is over, but there are still so many questions.
Spoiler-Free. The only thing ruined is your commute.
We might have cracked this thing wide open.
“Jay’s real name isn’t even Jay. It’s short for James. James Horatio Crunch, as in the son of Horatio Magellan Crunch, or as most people know him — Captain Crunch.”
It needs a “bad” minority to balance the scales. Hello, Jay. (Spoilers for anyone who hasn’t listened to Episode 8.)
Seriously, it’s time you subscribed to true crime podcast Serial, which casts an obsessive lure to its enraptured listeners. Plus, Sarah Koenig on the potential lack of resolution for the curious case of Adnan Syed.
Because Serial comes out only once a week.
Because your favorite authors sound so sexy on the mic.
Podcast stars Ronna and Beverly talk Sandra Bullock, Woody Allen, “Chewie Edge-jew-i-for,” and why American Hustle may be overrated. BuzzFeed’s Jace Lacob, Kate Aurthur, and Adam B. Vary — guests on the latest Ronna and Beverly installment — survive the experience.
Generations removed from the radio drama’s heyday, the internet and cult hits like Night Vale are reviving the tradition.
Or at least one very seriously weird town.
This is why you should start listening to podcasts.
You probably won’t fool an actual smart person. But it’s worth a shot.
You will never look at a brightly colored androgynous space alien with a television on its stomach the same way again.
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All of them more entertaining than NPR.
The best podcastery of 2010.
David Simon and the cast from ‘The Wire’ participated in a panel discussion at the Museum of the Moving Image.
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