12 Days of Ohr (Part 2)

Ohr newsletter — week of January 01, 2018

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This is part 2 of our year-end collection of all the podcasts from 2017 that stuck with us.
If you’ve missed part 1, you can take a look here. You can also follow us or share your favorites on Twitter using #12DaysofOhr.

Your friend, 
Lukas from Ohr

January 1st
Adulting: “Ep1” (12 mins)

[Link] [Apple Podcasts]

‘Adulting’ is a mini series with six tight-plotted episodes. The series follows a group of millennials who are reunited at a wedding after a mysterious event in their university days splintered their friendship group.

January 2nd
Millennial: “We Grew Up Here” (32 mins)

[Link] [Apple Podcasts]

Megan Tan’s parents have lived in the same house for over 40 years. It’s where she grew up. But when her parents want to sell it, the family says goodbye to more than just the house.

January 3rd
Pod Save America: “Obama’s Last Interview” (42 mins)

[Link] [Apple Podcasts]

Former White House aides Jon Lovett, Tommy Vietor and Jon Favreau sit down with President Obama for his last interview as President. The interview offers a compelling look at his time in office, his favorite moments of his presidency and much more.

January 4th
The Heart: “Advance (Episode 1 of ‘No’)” (17 mins)
[Link] [Apple Podcasts]

This last summer, ‘The Heart’ put out a mini season called “No”. It’s an exploration of personal boundaries, consent, and sexual coercion as told through host Kaitlin Prest’s own experiences.
In the first episode, we meet Kaitlin in her youth as she learns to navigate her first sexual experiences along with the confusion of her desires. Kaitlin learns how to decline unwanted sexual advances and the difficulty of advocating for her needs. But what is she to do when her words are ignored and her agency is taken from her? You can find the entire season here.

January 5th
Radiolab: “The Gondolier” (75 mins)

[Link] [Apple Podcasts]

What happens when doing what you want to do means giving up who you really are? Radiolab travels to Venice with reporters Kristen Clark and David Conrad, where they meet gondolier Alex Hai. On the winding canals in the hidden parts of Venice, they learn about the nearly 1000-year old tradition of the Venetian Gondolier, and how the global media created a 20-year battle between that tradition and a supposed feminist icon.

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