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    New Hardcore History out today

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    Quote Originally Posted by joekloo View Post
    Hey Carlitos - you might also like Listen In Podcasts - he interviews songwriters about lyrics. Really well produced. Joe
    Thanks. And wow there are a lot of them! I liked the one on Fixx - Red Skies at Night.

    On the fashion note, there is a new George Hahn podcast out now. He hasn't been updating his podcast much in recent years. It's part one of a two-part interview he did with someone from NPR.

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    I've been working my way through some of the archives of the BBC's In Our Time podcast - really well-done panel-style discussions of various historical, scientific, literary, musical, etc. topics.
    “There are moments, Jeeves, when one asks oneself, 'Do trousers matter?'"
    "The mood will pass, sir.”

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    I am a huge fan of The Cine-Files podcast with Steve Morris and John Rocha. Great breakdowns of films that are at least 10 years old. Definitely recommended.

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    There haven't been any good podcast episodes lately. Most are just run of the mill and I have went back and listened to older interviews that are sometimes mentioned. Also since my podcast list is piling up, I have a lower burden to skip an episode if I don't really care for the topic but like the podcaster.

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    I think I have reached peak podcast. I cannot listen to any more. In fact that ones that I do have on my list I can't get to.

    Also, I'm finding the quality to be hit and miss now. Everyone and their brother seems to be putting out a podcast now. But separating the wheat from the chaff takes time and patience. Something I'm quickly running out of!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocDave View Post
    I think I have reached peak podcast. I cannot listen to any more. In fact that ones that I do have on my list I can't get to.

    Also, I'm finding the quality to be hit and miss now. Everyone and their brother seems to be putting out a podcast now. But separating the wheat from the chaff takes time and patience. Something I'm quickly running out of!
    Same. I am now only taking book and podcast recommendations from trusting sources.

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    I saw the post on dappered.com and thought I'd add a couple of new ones that I really like.

    American Scandal did a series on the Exxon Valdez spill.
    "Behind the Bastards" is a look at infamous characters in history and modern times. There is a comedian on each episode; I found the second KKK episode to be completely hilarious, which seems counter intuitive.
    "The Dream" takes an inside look at pyramid schemes aka "multi-level marketing" - from the history to today's big MLM companies.

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