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Between the Liner Notes is an award winning documentary-style podcast about music, why it is the way it is and how it got to be that way. Each episode highlights a piece of lost, forgotten or obscured music history. This show is a member of The Goat Rodeo podcast network.
Sewing your own clothing can change your perspective in surprising ways. Seamwork Radio brings you personal stories about all the ways designing, making, and wearing your own clothing can alter your life. We talk to artists, designers, and everyday creators about how the act of sewing has helped them slow down, get to know their bodies, discover their own identity, and take part in the growing movement to revive the art of sewing.
Professor Buzzkill is an exciting new blog & podcast that explores history myths in an illuminating, entertaining, and humorous way.
The THRST is the raunchy, but real entertainment podcast destination for no sugar- or cream-added, best-friend, kitchen-island conversations on dating and relationships, celebrities and pop culture, the craziness we call life, other people’s problems, and social issues. Stop by and pull up a chair or simply eavesdrop; you're invited to be the hip fly on the proverbial wall. But watch out, we sling humor, attitude, shade, and opinionated-truth! Bring snacks; the tea is here. Connect and share your thoughts! Interaction via social media is welcomed, or you can send feedback via email to: emailthethrst@gmail.com
A weekly podcast about sex, lust, dating, technology, coupling, porn, fetish and freakiness. But mostly sex. With New York Magazine’s sex columnist Maureen O’Connor.
Podcasts from the editors and writers of Real Simple Magazine and RealSimple.com. Part of the Panoply Network.
The New York Times Magazine’s Amy Bloom, Jack Shafer and Kenji Yoshino debate readers’ quandaries and classic ethical conundrums.
Weird News is a weekly podcast about all things weird, funny and bizarre. Each week, Buck Wolf, HuffPost's Executive Weird News Editor hosts special guests to examine a different theme.
If you feel lost in a new city, overwhelmed by your taxes, frustrated by dating, or scared to switch jobs, tune in weekly to Adulthood Made Easy, where twenty-something host Sam Zabell works through listeners’ problems and questions about the sometimes-scary “real world.” Along the way, she addresses many of her own struggles with adulthood, resulting in a show any college graduate (and beyond) can relate to.