Manage episode 265836149 series 1452546
A discussion of the June PBC podcast listening list on Therapy. We also share a few podcast recommendations.
Find the full show notes on the web at: https://podcastbrunchclub.com/therapy-roundup
This is what they talked about:
- Therapy podcast listening list
- Sara’s interview with Hilary Jacobs Hendel, author of It’s Not Always Depression.
- Hilarious World of Depression podcast
- Sara’s podcast picks:
- She seconds Adela’s earlier podcast pick, Wind of Change (a podcast that explores a rumor that the CIA wrote the song “Wind of Change” by the Scorpions, which is a song that is associated with the end of the Cold War).
- In-depth current events podcasts: Pod Save the People and Code Switch.
- Sara wrote up a blog post on Audible Feast, “27 Podcasts to Educate about Race, Law Enforcement, and Community Discussion in America.”
- In Recovery podcast episode, “Racism is an Addiction”
- Adela’s podcast episode picks:
- Back to Biz with Katie and Boz episode, “Bishop T.D. Jakes and Opal Tometi on the way out of our American crisis”
- Rough Translation episode, “The Global Legacy of George Floyd”
- Scene on Radio did a season called “Seeing White”
- PBC theme for July is Conspiracy
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