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I feel like I am in a five-year marriage with Throughline. At the beginning it was true love, dying for our next meeting, telling all my friends about it. North Korea. Mosquitoes. Evangelicals. Venezuela. And many of those exciting moments have continued, I still really look forward to this - the show on Tipping a great example of a recent blockbuster, in my opinion. But I notice the things that annoy me about it more often now. I wish they would stop adding in the superfluous noises in the back... more
The episode is overproduced. The music is too much. The content can stand on its own.
The podcast does an excellent job of describing in a plausible, well written and seemingly well documented story of how we got from here to there. more
I’ve listened to NRP since 1982, currently listen to several NPR podcasts, but just discovered this one. It’s along the line of ‘the rest of the story’. I am watching Apple’s Tehran series and wanting to know more about Iran and it’s interactions with other countries and I found 2 stories on Throughline, giving me some great background and tying together some threads of info I’ve learned over the years. I just started a paid subscription and am really excited to listen to more!
Perfectly documented and narrated.
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Throughline launched 3 years ago and published 192 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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