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The best podcasts of 2022
Hosted by Zayd Dohrn, this podcast takes listeners back to the 1970s when the host’s parents and friends from the Weather Underground Organization declared war on the United States. They are counterculture radicals on the run from his FBI, and this show explores their history.
This podcast takes listeners to the two streets that make up Provincetown, Massachusetts. The episode follows host Mitra Kabori as she navigates her first summer in P-Town, detailing the people she meets in the small seaside town she calls home. There are stories of loneliness, chance, artistry and history.
Craving for some unrelated drama? “Normal Gossip” will deliver. Each episode is packed with juicy, hot dirt from other listeners (with a name change, of course). Enjoy your inner gossip with host girlfriend Kelsey McKinney and a different guest each episode.
The show releases only one 3-minute episode per week. In this episode, the host (identified only as Kim) dives into frog facts and makes a zany observation. In each episode he is featured with one frog. Be sure to tune in to the next episode to find out what our listeners voted for Frog of the Year.
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