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Notebook on Cities and Culture

Colin Marshall
Places & TravelSociety & Culture

(Formerly The Marketplace of Ideas.) A world-traveling interview show where Colin Marshall sits down for in-depth conversations with cultural creators, internationalists, and observers of the urban scene about the work they do and the world cities they do it in, from Los Angeles to Osaka to Mexico City to London to Seoul and beyond.


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Latest Episodes

In downtown Seattle, Colin talks with comic artist Peter Bagge, creator of the legendary alternative comic series Hate, contributing editor and cartoonist at Reason magazine, and author of such graphic novels as Apocalypse Nerd, Other Lives, Reset, a... more

9 years ago

The Kickstarter drive for Notebook on Cities and Culture's sixth season launches now. If we raise its budget, we'll spend an entire year in Seattle: the city of grunge, Microsoft, Amazon, the Space Needle, Buddy Bradley, Archie McPhee, sleeplessness,... more

9 years ago

In an officetel in Seoul, Colin talks with Brother Anthony of Taizé, one of the most renowned translators of Korean poetry, president of the Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch, and naturalized citizen of South Korea. They discuss the frequency with w... more

9 years ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 164 ratings
  • Intellectual escapade

    Colin Marshall is one of the most passionate intellectuals. He’s able to find beauty in everything and he articulates that beauty poeticly.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 years ago
  • If You Want Comedy to Put You to Sleep...

    Holy s*%# he makes comedy boring.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States8 years ago
  • Cultural Creators, Internationalists, and Observers of the Urban Scene take note

    My absolute favorite podcast. Colin Marshall's guests always fascinate, educate, and inform. I look forward to every episode and haven't been disappointed yet. more

    Apple Podcasts
    Jonathan Filbert
    United States10 years ago
  • hit and miss - too much LA

    It can be really interesting when it's about food, economics, literature and other cities, but I never want to hear another half-hour digression on LA again -- I must have heard 30 by now. Enough LA talk! We know you love it but there's so much of it that it's drowning out the more interesting stuff.

    Apple Podcasts
    New Zealand10 years ago
  • Best interviewer ever

    The best: Colin Marshall's attentiveness. His questions are so good, so much to the point, that you will frequently hear, "That's a very good question" (especially in the 3 beautiful interviews with Pico Iyer).

    Apple Podcasts
    Alberto BM
    United States11 years ago

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