Good content at times, but too much noise
I recently ejected from this podcast having listened to ten episodes. The dominant personality (and no less than 90% of the talking) is Keith, and I don’t mean that as a positive - he is incapable of letting discussion happen, of letting others take a turn. Why even have co-hosts? This show should just pivot to Keith, by himself, blathering on for 2 or more hours like he would probably love to do, and then get a separate podcast going, one with actual discussion, with people who know how to interact. Pete McLaren surely has many more interesting things he could say, share, and ask about, but for the lopsided nature of the show - I would genuinely love to hear more from him. Harry is good too as a co-host (despite being new to two wheels) and I appreciate his frequent attempts to be the adult in the room, and pointedly asking for Pete’s view on something (even if those attempts are largely unsuccessful thanks to Mr. Steamroller).
kerdener via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/17/21
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