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Saturday, February 3, 2007

Bowl of Cheese

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In this podcast a man named Jeff Cutler gives his opinions on everything from Direct TV to Domestic Violence. The episodes tend to hover around a nice bite sized 5 minutes long, which seems perfect for this type of program. Cutler's delivery is very human. Occasional stutters and tongue twists really are not distracting, but instead add an element of charm to the cast. He speaks as though he were sitting across a table from you at a coffee shop, not as though he were levitating above you in a lotus position. Each vignette is thought through thoroughly and presented clearly. They are simple, brief, and interesting. In a perfect world, Bowl of Cheese would have replaced Paul Harvey's "The Rest of the Story" in the AM radio listening of my youth.

Bowl of Cheese Podcast
Bowl of Cheese Blog (contains itunes subscription link)

2 comments:

Jeff said...

Thanks for the shout out. I love the idea of a blog about podcasts and I can point a bunch of people your way who know about other cool podcasts.
In fact, you might want to try out 60-second Science, The Onion (of course), the PopSci Podcast From the Moon, This Ain't Iowa, The M Show, and more.

Best of luck - I'll mention you in my podcasts (both Bowl of Cheese and A Life of Play).

Jeff

Cast Blaster said...

Thanks Jeff. Didn't realize you had another cast. Will be listening soon!