A few days ago, I came across a tweet that read, “choosing the perfect podcast to listen to for the
This podcast, co-hosted by writers Ira Madison III, Louis Virtel and formerly Kara Brown, is a weekly discussion about society, culture, politics and how all three intersect. The name of the podcast stems from a phrase that Madison was using on Twitter as a “succinct, nicer way to say ‘F off’ to the news that you didn’t really like.” The subjects discussed in the podcast mirror the way in which social media blurs the lines between serious political news and more “frivolous” pop culture stories. “…With the way our social media is now, everything is coming at you rapidly, and you may see a tweet about Donald Trump and North Korea followed by a tweet about Harvey Weinstein followed by a tweet about Justin Timberlake’s new single,” said Madison. Notable guests have included Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation), Desus and Mero (Desus and Mero) and D’Arcy Carden (The Good Place).
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British comedian and lifelong fan of hip hop Romesh Ranganathan
Just Break Up
Sierra DeMulder and Sam Blackwell have been friends since 2008 when they met both working as baristas. Their podcast, Just Break Up, involves Sierra and Sam answering relationship questions sent in by listeners. Their goal is “to bring understanding and a little laughter to the things that might be hard to talk about: that relationship we just can’t get over, the compromise that feels like a
When they aren’t filming their TV show for Showtime or performing live across the country, Desus Nice and The Kid Mero travel to Milk Studios to record and film their podcast, Bodega Boys. Although