Fukushima Fallout

Fukushima Fallout

We had to record this in an alternative office, because there was a meeting in the conference room. As a result, I had a weird angle on the mic and the quality isn't awesome, but I don't think that takes much away from how stellar Ethan is here. He wrote a good story, and brought all of that experience and knowledge to the table for a great discussion about Fukushima. All in all, this is something that I'm proud of, not only because I think it exemplifies the kind of work done at the Independent. It's really served as a reminder as to why I love working at the Indy: an example of the kind of people work at the Independent, and a window into what the working environment is like.

Pinot Files for the Pinot-philes

Pinot Files for the Pinot-philes

These wine podcasts are always a lot of fun, because I get to learn a lot about the world of wine. I like to imagine myself as a member of the audience, and let my natural curiosity dictate a lot of my questions or a lot of the conversation. Matt's the perfect person for that, too, because he makes the world of wine interesting and accessible.

Of Montreal's Kevin Barnes

Of Montreal's Kevin Barnes

This is one of my favorites. Aly does a fantastic job getting Kevin to engage, and his thoughts on the new record often co-incide eerily with the music playing in the background. And Aly- she's so easy to talk to, it's no wonder why she's so good at her job.

It's a bit long, but around 17:00 things get really interesting.