The Charleston Podcast Issue 

Old loves and new faves

click to enlarge Stephanie Burt interviews Maneet Chauhan for The Southern Fork

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Stephanie Burt interviews Maneet Chauhan for The Southern Fork

I think I started listening to what would eventually be called podcasts before they got that name by using janky workaround apps to load up my beautiful 1st generation iPod. Mostly technology shows about Apple, politics, and public radio shows made available online, if I remember correctly. Suffice it to say, I've had podcasts for my entire adult life and I don't know what I would do without them. I still listen to a few of the outgrowths of those early shows. They've served as an anchor in the storm, of sorts, outlasting many other constants in my life until that time.

In researching this week's cover story, I was excited to find so many locally produced shows in a relatively small city like ours. Not all about Charleston — shocking, I know — the low barrier to get started and the instant connection across great distances makes it easy for anyone to start recording about anything they'd like. And boy have y'all taken that to heart. So yeah, keep downloading your old standbys. But also take a look at the growing list of shows featuring your Charleston neighbors. —Sam Spence

Criminal podcast brings live show to the Charleston Music Hall this April
Criminal podcast brings live show to the Charleston Music Hall this April And this is Criminal

If you too are an adoring fan of her majesty Phoebe Judge, host of uber popular podcast, Criminal, you'll want to snag tickets for the live show at the Music Hall on Thurs. April 16. Tickets go on sale this Fri. Dec. 13 at 10 a.m. — Connelly Hardaway


Catch <i>City Paper</i> editor Sam Spence on the Best for Business podcast this week
Catch City Paper editor Sam Spence on the Best for Business podcast this week Origin Story

Back in September when I was interviewing folks for the our Podcast Issue on Aug. 2, I had the chance to sit down with Dan Anderson and Patch Whisky for an episode of their show, Best for Business. — Sam Spence


Wine + Food's second Tasting Notes Live! podcast features The Winnow and guest Brooks Reitz
Wine + Food's second Tasting Notes Live! podcast features The Winnow and guest Brooks Reitz Pancakes + real talk

During The Winnow's live recording at the Wine + Food test kitchen restaurateur Brooks Reitz discussed the concept of fine dining, how he deals with negative customer feedback, and the bane of having the 'best burger in America' — Mary Scott Hardaway


These Charleston podcasters have a lot to talk about
These Charleston podcasters have a lot to talk about On the mic

In recent years, Charleston has seen a growing and diverse group of locally produced podcasts, some by familiar faces and some by people who prefer to stay behind the mic. This week, we're taking a look at a few of those local podcast producers and working to compile a comprehensive list of local shows for your listening pleasure. — Sam Spence


A comprehensive list of Charleston podcasts
A comprehensive list of Charleston podcasts You may be surprised how many there are

We rounded up all the local podcasts for our Oct. 2019 podcast issue. — Sam Spence


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