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Month: December 2015

Audible Feast’s Best Podcasts of 2015

It’s time to compile the best podcasts of 2015! Thank you for reading Audible Feast’s reviews this year. I started writing in August of 2015 after listening to podcasts for a few months and discovering that no one knew what

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Surprisingly Awesome: The Show That Is ★★★★

I’ve been waiting for this show to have enough episodes for me to review it – it’s up to five now and there is a lot of consistency in the episodes so I feel confident that 1) this show is

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Neighbors: Meet Yours ★★★★

Nashville-based Jakob Lewis narrates this show about people who live around us. The show is certainly Nashville-centric but like Home: Stories from LA, this does not detract from the great content of the show. I was drawn to this show

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Slate’s Working: How We Work ★★

There are several podcasts out right now that are educational in nature AND popular on the iTunes charts … Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History, Stuff You Should Know, Planet Money, Freakonomics Radio, Stuff You Missed in History Class, and the list

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The Allusionist ★★★★★

The Allusionist is a show about etymology, or the origin of words, hosted by the witty and verbally skillful Helen Zaltzman. The show logo is hopefully conveying to you that if you like Boggle-this show is for you! If you like Scrabble, if

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