Diverse, interesting, with a heavy Secular Progressive Bias
This show seeks to cover a plethora of topics, and generally does a good job in an in-depth interview about them. However, it proceeds from a foundation firmly rooted in what many would refer to as classic liberalism (or perhaps progressivism?). If you are not of this socio-political persuasion, you may be irked when it covers a topic of interest to you with a surprising bias.
Buckaroo Bonzai via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/03/07
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Terry Gross has a voice I enjoy listening to. She is smooth, kind, smart and hard when she needs to be not loosing her cool. What else would one want in an interviewer? Her questions are often surprising never lets me down. She is a wonderful thinker. Keep up the good work, Terry. I am an expat...Read full review »
rhoni via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/19/07
This is truly Fresh Air for the atheist and naturalist. In the event that you are a theist, or better yet a Christian, the discerning listener will detect the secular humanistic naturalist presupposition in the vast majority of the broadcasts. This is however a useful tool in understanding the...Read full review »
Royaldiadem via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/29/07
I enjoy listening to NPR in my car and I don't know how many times I get to where I need to go and sat in my car for a long time just to finish this wonderful show. Thank you so much for putting this on Podcast. I just listened to some of the shows that I missed. Now I won't have to miss...Read full review »
Double Overhead via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/08/07
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