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KRAKEN: Exploring the depths of culture, politics, technology, and that

By The Kraken team

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Each week, the Kraken team discusses a Thing, such as a news story, film, gadget, book, past-time, band, abstract concept, or glass of disgusting tech-slop, and then we dive into a related Question that rises naturally or tenuously out of that Thing. Whether you like strong opinions or stupid stories, join us among the tentacles and tangents.

Customer Reviews

Honestly great

Honestly its a great fresh podcast. NO shabby audio too - very easy to listen to.

It’s a group of guys that sit around and chat about a subject during the first half and then answer a question relating to that subject during the second half. Try to imagine a group of friends just “shooting the wind” whilst in your living room or driving in your motor. Easy to listen to and I find myself laughing and getting involved in each subject. @angryman278

I feel smarter after listening

The first thing to say about this podcast which was echoed in other reviews is that it's really well produced. No tinny audio from PC mics.

It's also well structured: the Thing / Question / Final Thoughts format works and gives you a 45 minute hit of pop culture chat, perfect for a morning or evening commute.

I often find myself engaging with the topic of the week and offering comments on their blog or on Twitter and the team are always ready to engage and argue which is the added benefit of a show like this. I always feel a little bit smarter after listening.

Currently my favourite podcast

A clever and witty subversion of the "review" format which is not afraid to get into the boggy areas of philosophy, theoretical physics, or whether it is ever morally acceptable to pay for chicken.

KRAKEN: Exploring the depths of culture, politics, technology, and that
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