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Love the podcast and will really miss you Pamela. You bring the best out of even the most boring guests! I hope your replacement is as quick and funny as you.
It has been a tough couple of weeks. The main culprit is John Williams' fake laugh. He's good in little pieces - but I can’t seem make it through an entire pod anymore. Mostly there's this "I'm interested in this and therefore you the listener must be too" vibe in his interviews. He just lacks the sharps and humility of Pamela Paul. more
Worst episode I've heard in six years. If you thought that Pamela sucked, you'll be stunned at how freaking awful John Williams is.
Please please please, not John Williams on a permanent basis.....
Stereotypical upperclass white New Yorkers, seemingly unaware that us peasants exist and blissfully oblivious to how other people live, commiserating about their minor problems while having mediocre discussions about books. I want to hear about the books but I can stand the host and her fellow NYT editors less and less by the episode.
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The Book Review launched 16 years ago and published 406 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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