Also, we dig into black culture with the hosts of The Nod, and we unpack the stories behind the sports with Jody Avirgan of ESPN's 30 For 30 podcast.
Plus: writer and director Ingrid Jungermann on her new feature film "Women Who Kill," about a pair of true crime podcasters.
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Over the course of her career, she's had her fair share of guests, including KISS frontman Gene Simmons, Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, and late musician Lou Reed, angrily walk out of interviews when questions veered into areas that made them feel threatened or uncomfortable. guests are usually sent to the closest studio, often an NPR affiliate in New York or Chicago, to record the interview remotely.
And according to Gross, there’s a surprisingly simple reason why WHYY prefers this.
Through interviews, listener recommendations, show snippets and more, The Big Listen helps you curate your perfect playlist. But what to think about this complicated piece of aural literature?
On The Big Listen — THE broadcast about podcasts from WAMU and NPR — host Lauren Ober introduces you to podcasts you might not have ever heard of, and gives you the inside scoop on shows you already love.
on Thursday alongside fellow scheduled guests Anthony Anderson and Kesha. Many of the program’s shows dating to the 1970s were digitized and put online this year.