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Former staff accused Bon Appétit of fostering a racist work culture. Now, a new podcast series explains exactly what went on at the publication.
This is at times a hard listen, but it also has a breezy directness, and a striking lack of self-pity.
Diary, She Wrote, a podcast by Liz Beardsell, has encouraged me to write in my diary every day during lockdown. Will it last?
Transmissions takes in Factory Records, Unknown Pleasures, and Ian Curtis’s suicide, with interviews from Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, Bernard Sumner and others.
Wedding photos are postcards from the unmapped territory of other people’s relationships.
The names have been changed, but over each half-hour podcast episode individual personalities emerge with striking clarity.
There's something old-fashioned, quintessentially – and wistfully – late 20th century about these conversations.
In a new podcast, NYT journalist Chana Joffe-Walt – a nice, white parent herself – makes a powerful case that middle-class white people, who ostensibly believe in desegregation, reinforce racial divides in US schools.
Podcasts about work are grappling with the changes brought about by the coronavirus crisis.
The New York comedian’s podcast, Seek Treatment, features all the hilarity and intimacy of a close friendship. So how does she see herself?
This isn’t a close analysis of WeWork’s financial problems. It’s far sillier. The best moments are pure colour.