Mostly been listening to this lately. Mainly interesting because of the cast of characters they turn up, highlight so far being a dutch guy who is some kind of art theft detective.
I know this post is two years old but I’ve gotta defend my girls. They startee their podcast before MFM.
Call me immature, but my favourite bit of these podcasts is still Mick McCarthy.
giving those conspiracy guys a whirl. they actually believe a lot of conspiracies, i was surprised.
where can i listen to the partridge podcast without having to pay for audible? someone fix me up
wtffffffsaaaasjjfh. last podcast on the left is so bad. this is no way to pass on information.
It’s entertainment not education
just wanted to learn about killers but they kept talking about sucking dildos
They chuck a lot of info out but surround it by absolute nonsense.
They’ve got more professional as they’ve gone on but the majority of the best serial killers were earlier in the podcast.
I’d listen to something different to get used to the style and then go back to the serial killer ones. The 5 parters on scientology and mormonism are both good.
Or listen to a none comedy podcast
Get a free trial, you get 2 audiobooks to keep. Cancel the trial straight away and they’ll still be there
That guardian one about the Freshwater 5 trial and appeal was really good. Covers the lawyer who has taken up the case and some of the inner workings of getting cases to the appeal court.
I have been enjoying this nice listen, with the guy who is the producer on Chapo* and a woman who I get the feeling is his partner. It’s pretty enjoyable, they do good research and some of the guests are good.
The Steve Albini episode has an interesting discussion of his particular edgelord persona, and the Rick Rubin episode benefits from having an actual real life producer who gives some very interesting insights into the Industry (who knew Artpop by lady GaGa was one of the biggest financial failures in the music industry?)
*. NB. This is not like that podcast so don’t be put off
Sounds good. Some decent-looking eps to catch up on. Added the Cramps one to my playlist as a kick off.
The episode about musicians and 9/11 is just ridiculous, some of the stories are unbelievable
In what way? Sounds interesting
Some funny ones from Slash and some industry type guy who tells people working on his house a nuclear weapon was dropped on NYC. Plus they go into some of the reactions catalogued in the ‘Meet Me in the Bathroom’ book
Spoilers because donars not to ruin the episode if you want to experience it fresh Also the video for Limp Bizkits ‘Rollin’ won a VMA for best music video on September 10th 2001 (video prominently features WTC).
Definitely sounds like something I’d want to listen to. Thanks!
Anyone got a book club podcast recommendation? Particularly for recent releases.
I enjoyed Slate’s Audio Book Club but it stopped in 2018. Didn’t really like Radio 4’s interview the author approach.