Adela chats with Gaby Dunn, creator of the Bad With Money podcast from Panoply. As part of the July podcast playlist on Money, Podcast Brunch Club members worldwide listened to the Bad With Money episode “Just Give People Money (aka Universal Basic Income).” Check out the other podcasts in this Money playlist mini-series, including the Money Playlist Round Up and the interview with Robert Smith, a reporter on the Planet Money podcast, which we also featured on the Money listening list.
In this roundup episode, we get answers from creators and members on the question, “What would you do with $1 million.” Adela and Sara then go off on a tangent about investigative journalism podcasts.
Adela chats with Robert Smith, one of the reporters from Planet Money that worked on the episode “The Dollar at the Center of the World” that we listened to as part of the podcast listening list on Money. Check out the other podcasts in this Money playlist mini-series, including the Money Playlist Roundup and the Interview with Gaby Dunn, creator of the Bad With Money podcast.
Sara DaSilva, of Audible Feast, interviews Hilary Jacobs Hendel, who was the guest on one of the podcasts we listened to as part of the June podcast playlist on Emotions. The episode that Hilary was a guest on was the Parenting Teens podcast episode entitled “37: Hilary Jacobs Hendel – It’s Not Always Depression.”
Adela interviews Matt Bodnar, host of the Science of Success podcast. Podcast Brunch Club featured an episode of Science of Success on the June 2018 podcast playlist that covered Emotion. The episode featured was entitled, “How To Master Emotional Intelligence & Why Your IQ Won’t Make You Successful with Dr. Daniel Goleman.”
Adela interviews Esther Armah, creator of The Spin podcast and radio show. Podcast Brunch Club featured an episode of The Spin on the Common Ground podcast playlist. The episode featured was entitled, “Fashion Forum Africa Part 2” and in the episode, Esther Armah chats with two guests, Nana Ekua Brew Hammond and Dr. Tanisha Ford. They start by tackling the sensitive discussion about whether African Americans are “appropriating” African fashion. They then take the listeners on a journey about how cultural exchange happens through fashion and how fashion is an expression of belonging.
This listening list on EMOTION was curated by Julie Magruder, a member of the New York City chapter of Podcast Brunch Club. Emotions are an essential part of being human. The science behind emotions offers fascinating insight into what’s going on inside our own heads, minds and bodies. Despite the abundance of…