This Week in Podcasts: 12/31/17 – 1/6/18

This Week in Podcasts is back! 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! Feel free to give … Continue reading This Week in Podcasts: 12/31/17 – 1/6/18

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My Current Podcast Subscriptions (Updated 1/5/2018)

After years and years of listening to podcasts, I've finally hit 100 subscriptions on the Pocket Casts app. According to the app, at the time I am writing this (October 25th, 2017), I have listened to 51 days, 17 hours worth of audio since August 2016 when I originally got the app. According to the … Continue reading My Current Podcast Subscriptions (Updated 1/5/2018)

“At the Table” A Clever Intersection Between Theater and Audio Drama

At the Table is a podcast of actors doing table readings of works by emerging playwrights: Are you a fan of theatre? Do you love new plays? Well we are bringing one of the most important aspects of new works right to you, the table reading. Unlike staged readings, table readings rely entirely on the … Continue reading “At the Table” A Clever Intersection Between Theater and Audio Drama

You Should Be Listening To: “Wolf 359”

You Should Be Listening To is a series where I talk up one of my favorite podcasts and explain why you should be listening, too. Each post gives an explanation of the show using the same five questions, including how best to listen and comparisons to other pieces of media. You can find all of … Continue reading You Should Be Listening To: “Wolf 359”

This Week in Podcasts Returning 1/7/18

This Week in Podcasts is back! This Week in Podcasts is a weekly roundup of mini-reviews of all of the podcasts I’ve listened to in a week. After over a month of hiatus for the holiday season, these posts will be returning Sunday, January 7th, 2018--just in time to bring in the new year and celebrate … Continue reading This Week in Podcasts Returning 1/7/18

My Favorite Podcast Episodes of 2017

As with all of Podcast Problems’s Best of 2017 posts, links will only be provided for episodes that can be listened to outside of the context of the shows as a whole; audio dramas, for instance, will only have links if the episode mentioned was their first episode. For more thoughts on this year in … Continue reading My Favorite Podcast Episodes of 2017

“A Thousand Things to Talk About”: A Pocket-Sized Podcast to Jump-Start Your Brain

A Thousand Things to Talk About is a short-form nonfiction podcast in which host Andrea Parrish asks the listener one questions each episode: A database of questions and some facts to inform your discussion about them. New short podcast episodes every weekday. Long episodes occasionally. Created by Andrea Parrish, produced by Jeremiah Puhek. This podcast … Continue reading “A Thousand Things to Talk About”: A Pocket-Sized Podcast to Jump-Start Your Brain

You Should Be Listening To: “What’s the Frequency”

You Should Be Listening To is a series where I talk up one of my favorite podcasts and explain why you should be listening, too. Each post gives an explanation of the show using the same five questions, including how best to listen and comparisons to other pieces of media. You can find all of … Continue reading You Should Be Listening To: “What’s the Frequency”

“Wolf 359” Closes with a Beautiful, Suspenseful Two-Hour Finale

Please note that Wolf 359 is a serialized audio drama. This review will contain small spoilers for its final episode, but much bigger spoilers for the series as a whole. To listen to Wolf 359 from the beginning, you can go to the show's website or any major podcast platform. Wolf 359, a preeminent audio drama podcast … Continue reading “Wolf 359” Closes with a Beautiful, Suspenseful Two-Hour Finale

2017’s Best in Podcasts: Nonfiction

1. Nancy If the podcasting industry needed any nonfiction show this year, it needed Nancy. In times where LGBT+/queer identities often feel both more public and more understood, Nancy serves as both a haven and a resource. The show is about LGBT+/queer culture and issues, but without feeling like it's making a massive statement about its content. In … Continue reading 2017’s Best in Podcasts: Nonfiction