The Heat delves into one big news story every episode and breaks down how these stories impact people like you. We are talking to experts and journalists from around to world with the goal of bringing your perspectives based on first-hand accounts.
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Interviews are too soft.
Their podcasts are thoughtful. The points of view heard here are not reflected in Western media. Also, the length is short — between 20 and 20 minutes.
Consistently insightful coverage of world events that apply to both Americans and Chinese. I really appreciate The Heat's approach: they get both deeply knowledgable as well as very digestable interviewees. You can tell they stick to the facts and do a great job of letting people tell their own story and how they see things without leading them on. Because this podcast is really just trying to let knowledgable people share their story or insights, I find it is more objective than most news sourc... more
Solid, thoughtful interviews that go deep.
Great insights! Will certainly keep listening!
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The Heat launched 5 years ago and published 52 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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