The Voice of a Generation
If you haven't experienced This American Life, you are missing one of the best shows in radio today. When I listen to this program, what I feel is a deep connection with the stories narrated by the guests and Mr. Glass. And if you haven't had a chance, listen to David Sedaris' pieces- the man makes you laugh until your ribs hurt and the muscles on your face seize completely. I happened to attend a lecture by Ira Glass at a college in Oregon. If you think his charisma and humor diminish in person, you would be wrong: this man has worked his way from go-fer of the radio station to producer of one of the best radio programs in the United States. And I bet you didn't know the secret to those perfectly timed music cues: a couple of iPods :) A must-have Podcast and not a minute too soon.Read full review »
Violent Blue via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/19/06
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