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Welcome to the 48th episode of Fratello Talks. Today, we have a very special episode lined up for you. We invited our good friend, watch photographer, and Instagram staple, Tom, a.k.a. Bowl of Salmon, onto the show. We've always received a lot of que... more
Fratello On Air returns for another episode and this week, were talking about our recent €25,000 watch collection choices. Lists are always sure to create some sort of kerfuffle and these articles were no exception. We discuss the watches along with ... more
Another week, another episode of Fratello Talks! This is our 47th episode so far, and one in which we're feeling a bit philosophical. You join Lex, Daan, and Nacho who get into some eye-opening moments in their watch-enthusiast experience, and the wa... more
I wish you guys would stop talking over each other during Fratello Talks.
I have never listened to another podcast where the hosts constantly fight over one another for airtime. The talking over of one another is incredibly annoying to listen to. Otherwise an entertaining show.
without fail half an hour of pointless waffling about the weather and adidas sneakers before getting to any watch talk. and then still bad audio, heavy breathing and sighing. a difficult listen.
Guys, why are your audio levels all over the place on all your recordings. more
I love the industry knowledge, the point of view of the hosts, and the industry commentary. But this show needs timestamps. Fratellin on Air spends 20-30mins each episode going into the boring diatribes of 2 middle aged men which is counter to the ‘to the point’ points Robert Jan is known for.
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Fratello.com launched 4 years ago and published 216 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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