Tag Archive: podcast

Historical Podcasts

One of the things I love about podcasts is being able to learn about different things outside of a classroom and school. Regardless of how much schooling/education you have under your belt, you… Continue reading

QUEER HISTORY: Making Gay History [podcast review]

Podcasts, as a medium, offer a very intimate and personal way of experiencing a production. This medium is one that you can listen to at any time and often times, you can hear… Continue reading

Rabbits Podcast.

The newest production from the teams behind Tanis and The Black Tapes finished their first season last week with a shocking twist. This show, titled Rabbits, is by far the best produced and… Continue reading

S-Town and Missing Richard Simmons

Recently, I listened up the popular podcast S-Town and ended up listening to all seven episodes in about 24 hours. This podcast is wonderfully produced and one of the latest projects from the… Continue reading

The LifeAfter Podcast.

A few weeks ago, I discovered a new podcast from the same partnership that produced The Message. As I loved The Message, I was immediately on board with the new one and was… Continue reading

Ghost stories and the paranormal.

I love ghost stories, and creepy tales – growing up, my sister and I would read and reread the book Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark during the summers and my friends and… Continue reading