Cameron Esposito hosts a comedy showcase at LA's UCB Theater.
Linda Pelaccio, a culinary historian, explores the history of food.
Lynne Rossetto Kasper hosts discussions with writers and personalities who share their passion for food.
Debbie Millman profiles designers, makers, writers, and educators.
A daily magazine of business and economic news.
Gwen Macsai remixes music, documentaries, found sound, and audio oddities from around the world.
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Who are you and what do you do?
What podcasts do you listen to?
I’m currently obsessed with Cameron Esposito’s Put Your Hands Together, a stand up comedy podcast. Others on regular rotation: The Moth, Radio Lab and This American Life. I also really like A Taste of the Past by Linda Pelaccio, a culinary history podcast that satisfies my interest in food, history and culture. She does shows on topics like the History of the Menu and the History of Dining out in NYC. Some episodes can be a little drier than others (depending on the guest) but I still love that geeky stuff. The rest are podcasts I go in and out of listening to depending on their topic or guests: Splendid Table, Design Matters, Marketplace Money and Re:Sound.
How do you listen to podcasts?
I have morning podcasts (Design Matters and Marketplace Money) and some in the evening (Moth, Radio Lab and This American Life). I tend to listen to information / inspiration-type shows in the morning. Then I like listening to storytelling shows at the end of my day as a way to unwind. There are also some podcasts I prefer to listen to while I’m cooking, like Splendid Table. It’s not that I’m following along or anything but I generally like hearing people discuss food while I’m making it.
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