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WhiskyCast ★★★★

Mark Gillespie, the host of WhiskyCast, is a journalist with a perfect radio voice who is passionate about whisky. I don’t know anything about whisky, scotch, or bourbon. I’ve had a 7 and 7 before – that’s about the extent

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Quick Bite: Ponzi Supernova ★★

This is the first in a new series of shorter reviews I’m calling Audible Feast Quick Bites. A shorter post format will allow me to write more reviews and especially share more indie shows with you. I’ll keep the ratings

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Update: The Heart ★★★★★

I last wrote about The Heart back in the fall of 2015, and it’s time for an update. Having listened to nearly every episode in the catalog, I can firmly stand by a 5-star review – an upgrade from my

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The Good and Bad of Business Self-Help Podcasts

Business self-help is a tough genre for me to review, because unlike almost every other genre I can think of, it’s rare that I find a show I feel compelled to tell anyone else about. So instead of individual reviews, I’ve

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Twenty Thousand Hertz ★★★★★: Guest Review by Elliot Gladstone

Hi! My name is Elliot Gladstone and I am one of the co-hosts for the entwined podcast. Entwined is a podcast about how so much of the world around us is wound or twisted together and we use storytelling and music to

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Bronzeville ★★★★★

These are the final lines from the first season of the audio drama Bronzeville. Jimmy Tillman, a young man who has traveled north from the Deep South to Chicago in search of a better life, becomes a soldier in the

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Update: Neighbors ★★★★

I love “local interest” podcasts that seamlessly transcend their geography. In the third season of Neighbors in 2016, Jakob Lewis continued to hone his storytelling skills while producing stories from Nashville, Tennessee. The series has just debuted its fourth season,

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Scene on Radio ★★★★

Scene on Radio is a unique and diverse documentary/storytelling show from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. It is hosted by John Biewen, who has been involved in audio projects for over 30 years and is an instructor at

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The Karen and Ellen Letters ★★★★★

The Karen and Ellen Letters is a podcast where actors narrate actual letters written between two trust fund babies and the landlord of their first apartment. The letters are from 1987 about a rental property in Berkeley, California … and so

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Making Gay History ★★★★★

Put yourself in the shoes of a man or woman attracted to someone of the same sex in the 1950s. Your name could be on an FBI watch list, you might have difficulty finding or keeping a job, and you and

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