Very Well Done
I enjoy these podcasts very much. Technically it is near perfect. The production value is of the highest quality, better than one would find at some professional talk show broadcast studios. I don't know the technical specs but they are good enough to leave the audience with a sense of intimacy with the host. The host, Amy Peikoff and her oftentimes co-host, Bosch Fawstin have a rapport on air that is superb. The thing I appreciate about the show is the willingness of the hosts to delve into a current event with solid, logically consistent analysis of facts. One does not get the feeling that this is a partisan rant fest. Rather it is a genuine effort to break down the issue at hand in real terms. Hardly dry, the show is often humurous, and always passionate. It is an honest broadcast. I do think the podcast is too short. I am always wishing for more time. I love the interactive nature with the chatroom. In time I predicct this will grow, as well as the frequency of call-ins. Great job!
John Newnham via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/17/12
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I really enjoy this podcast. Amy and Bosch deliver a well thought commentary on the latest current events.
krastio via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/21/13
My liberal friends often talk about listening to podcasts so I began to explore my interests in Ayn Rand and Objectivism amongst available podcasts. From the few that are available, "Don't Let it Go...Unheard" by Amy Peikoff is an excellent commentary on a variety of topics, and is by far the...Read full review »
Jeff.Cooper via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/15/17
Even tragic news is less disheartening when presented and discussed rationally; and good news is made awesome by the same virtue.
emrainko via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 09/05/12
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