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Part 1 of my favorite podcasts to listen to during the age of Coronavirus 2020

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I have a super-long list of so many podcasts that I want to share with you. I am low on time so I am cutting down the list to only 5 right now so I can share them with you. Here's the first five, in no particular order.
Part 1 of my favorite podcasts to listen to during the age of Coronavirus 2020

Nick the Rat

  • No Agenda Show: MTV VJ and Podfather, Adam Curry, and PC Mag columnist, John C. Dvorak, deconstruct the media and is the best podcast in the universe.
  • Moe Factz with Adam Curry: podfather Adam Curry, curious white guy, learns about Black America from Moe Factz, an American Descendant of Slavery (ADOS). It's an amazing show and should not be missed. 
  • On the Media: my friend, Bob Garfield, and Brooke Gladstone run the most amazing media and news deconstruction short of No Agenda; however, pretty openly biased to the left, though it's smart, curious, bold, and brave. Love the show and so happy I can get it on WAMU, my NPR station, on Saturday morning at 7AM.
  • Nick the Rat: Art Bell in rat form. He's a profane hipster rodent who lives in the sewers of Brooklyn, NY, and both delights and offends. Extremely smart and so stupid. 
  • Latino USA: Maria Hinojosa is who I wake up to every single Saturday morning at 0600 hours. And her show is worth getting up that early on Saturday. If you feel disconnected from the Latin and Hispanic and LatinX world and music and culture, this is a great primer and a great way to become and stay current. 

NPR's Latino USA with Maria Hinojosa, produced by the Futuro Media Group

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