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FHR Culture Club: Our fav podcasts

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FHR Culture Club: Our fav podcasts

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Last week, we shared our quarantine TV diet. For this week’s installment of FHR Culture Club (and for your listening pleasure) we rounded up our current favourite podcasts.

EVERYTHING IS ALIVE by Ian Chillag 

Recommended by Gemma Manangan, Copywriter:

"Have you ever wondered if pens get tired of being picked up by strangers? Then this podcast is for you. It’s a series of interviews with inanimate objects. Listen if you love puns and clever storytelling that verges on the absurd." 

REPLY ALL by Gimlet Media 

Recommended by April Qiu, Account Manager:

"This one’s been around for a while but is always a good and often hilarious listen. At a basic level, it’s a podcast about the internet. This description from Vulture sums it up nicely: 'Despite the name, Reply All isn’t a podcast about technology – it’s a podcast that tells gorgeous, painfully human stories that happen to have bits of technology sprinkled in.'

RABBIT HOLE by The New York Times 

Recommended by Wendy Meyer, Vice President and Miranda Nero, Account Executive:

"Do brands like YouTube have a responsibility when it comes to how algorithms influence our beliefs? This podcast is an interesting look at the relationship between capitalism, ethics, Artificial Intelligence, and filter bubbles." 

UNLOCKING US by Brené Brown 

Recommended by Adrienne Connell, Partner and Senior Vice President:

"I’m a big fan of Brené Brown and I am loving her new podcast Unlocking Us, which is all about connection, but also talks a lot about her usual themes like courage and vulnerability, which are everything right now. "

STILL PROCESSING by The New York Times 

Recommended by Yulia Balinova, Senior Consultant:

"A New York Times culture podcast hosted by Jenna Wortham, who works for the New York Times Magazine, and Wesley Morris, the paper's critic at large. With the hosts’ unique POV on trends, culture moments and entertainment industry, this podcast is a helpful one-stop-shop for the latest and greatest of pop culture, and extremely useful small talk material." 

THE ONE THING by Produktive

Recommended by Jennifer Atkinson, Partner and Senior Vice President:

"Started by Gary Keller, the founder of the world’s largest real estate company, Keller Williams, the podcast talks about simple ways to achieve extraordinary results. outcomes. It provides super practical tips that are easy to implement and has feature interviews with high achievers from every industry and discipline. Each show is about 15-20 minutes in length and makes for an easy and educational listen."

Stay tuned for our post featuring FHR’s favourite books next week.

Last week, we shared our quarantine TV diet. For this week’s installment of FHR Culture Club (and for your listening pleasure) we rounded up our current favourite podcasts.

EVERYTHING IS ALIVE by Ian Chillag 

Recommended by Gemma Manangan, Copywriter:

"Have you ever wondered if pens get tired of being picked up by strangers? Then this podcast is for you. It’s a series of interviews with inanimate objects. Listen if you love puns and clever storytelling that verges on the absurd." 

REPLY ALL by Gimlet Media 

Recommended by April Qiu, Account Manager:

"This one’s been around for a while but is always a good and often hilarious listen. At a basic level, it’s a podcast about the internet. This description from Vulture sums it up nicely: 'Despite the name, Reply All isn’t a podcast about technology – it’s a podcast that tells gorgeous, painfully human stories that happen to have bits of technology sprinkled in.'

RABBIT HOLE by The New York Times 

Recommended by Wendy Meyer, Vice President and Miranda Nero, Account Executive:

"Do brands like YouTube have a responsibility when it comes to how algorithms influence our beliefs? This podcast is an interesting look at the relationship between capitalism, ethics, Artificial Intelligence, and filter bubbles." 

UNLOCKING US by Brené Brown 

Recommended by Adrienne Connell, Partner and Senior Vice President:

"I’m a big fan of Brené Brown and I am loving her new podcast Unlocking Us, which is all about connection, but also talks a lot about her usual themes like courage and vulnerability, which are everything right now. "

STILL PROCESSING by The New York Times 

Recommended by Yulia Balinova, Senior Consultant:

"A New York Times culture podcast hosted by Jenna Wortham, who works for the New York Times Magazine, and Wesley Morris, the paper's critic at large. With the hosts’ unique POV on trends, culture moments and entertainment industry, this podcast is a helpful one-stop-shop for the latest and greatest of pop culture, and extremely useful small talk material." 

THE ONE THING by Produktive

Recommended by Jennifer Atkinson, Partner and Senior Vice President:

"Started by Gary Keller, the founder of the world’s largest real estate company, Keller Williams, the podcast talks about simple ways to achieve extraordinary results. outcomes. It provides super practical tips that are easy to implement and has feature interviews with high achievers from every industry and discipline. Each show is about 15-20 minutes in length and makes for an easy and educational listen."

Stay tuned for our post featuring FHR’s favourite books next week.

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