Real Ones is a weekly podcast with Jon Bernthal that gives the microphone to some of the most interesting, authentic people living on the front lines of the big issues of our time. From cops to gang members, soldiers and doctors, activists and first responders, you’re going to hear from people who aren’t pushing any agenda other than honest, open dialogue. What transpires is informative, funny, and at times heartbreaking – delivered by people you’ll feel an immediate connection to.
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Great podcast with amazing guests. more
Great vibe with Pete. However, can you do the commercials all at the beginning of the show? It really is affecting the flow of the convo.
Doesn't matter if the contents any good if you can't hear the guy when he's talking. It's not the guest's fault that he talks so low but something could have been done in the sound department don't you think?
I’ve never fully been all in on a pod cast before. The stories that are told and the genuine love he shows for his guests you can feel through the words. I just love listening and feeling part of every episode. Keep doing it man. You’ve really made something incredible.
Truly one of the best out there always having great people and there stories and history is always something special
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Real Ones launched 2 years ago and published 62 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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