The Take is a daily interview-driven international news podcast hosted by award-winning journalist Malika Bilal. Each episode focuses on conversations with journalists and people directly impacted by the news of the day, offering our listeners the context necessary to understand what's in the headlines. more
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Very very good episode
Real journalism for everyone. I am sure you will be hooked too.
The stories and reporting are great but the background music is VERY ANNOYING! I am not able to listen to full episodes because the sound effects read as manipulative. They are influencing the listener on how to feel about what is being said and that is not needed. The stories and interviewees speak for themselves. This may work well for other formats but I go to podcasts for clear speaking experience. Is there anyway to listen to these reports without the sound effects?
why? because they are intelligent.
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The Take launched 5 years ago and published 655 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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