Check out the very meta Podcast Brunch Club podcast! As you know, every month we send out a thematic listening list and then chapters meet in person all over the world to discuss. Well, the PBC podcast is a miniature version of that discussion. Every month, Adela, the founder of PBC, and her co-host, Sara DaSilva (of Audible Feast), will either chat about the podcast playlist or interview a podcast creator that was featured on the playlist.
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Today I discuss the PBC podcast playlist on The Future of the Human Body with Arielle Nissenblatt, founder of Earbuds Podcast Collective and member of PBC-LA chapter. Here are links to some of the things we talked about:
This is our first ever “community commentary” episode of the Podcast Brunch Club podcast! Emily Knight, audio ninja and chapter leader of our PBC-Bristol chapter, put together this episode for us. She recorded PBC-Bristol chapter members’ reflections and comments on the PBC podcast playlist on CREATIVITY.
This month’s discussion is with Shannon Martin, podcast fangirl and Director of Communications for Podbean. Shannon is also the fearless leader of the Podcast Brunch Club chapter in Shanghai and this month the Shanghai chapter curated the podcast listening list on Migration & Immigration.
This month, Adela sits down with Sara DaSilva, founder of Audible Feast, to discuss the PBC listening list on gangs. The Podcast Brunch Club picks are intended to educate us about the reasons people join gangs, their motivation for staying in them, and how they can impact a community. Due to a code of secrecy within a gang and the threat of violence if that trust is broken, stories of life on the inside can be scarce, and even unbelievable at times. Gangs are unlikely to disappear anytime soon, given the connection to and prevalence of drugs and class disparity, so let’s learn a little about why they continue to exist and draw more members into the fold.