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Customer Reviews

Too many chapters

Why does each podcast have so many chapters?? Very annoying. Some have 70 chapters which makes it impossible to skip tracks using the headphones. Good podcast tho. Look out for Hot Fuzz director Edgar Wright asking a question to Aziz Ansari from the crowd.

Meet...Dianna Agron/Moderator

The interview with Dianna Agron was just awful, thanks to the unprofessional, embarrassing moderator. How is a journalist allowed to conduct an interview in such manner is beyond me.
Dianna tried to stir the conversation back to the movie or question while the guy was harassing her...albeit in a very subtle way. Just humiliating.

Only Apple would produce Podcast that can't be played on their own device

Since changing the format from audio to video my iPod classic now won't sync the podcast because it appears that the format that it is produced in isn't compatible. I'm guessing Apples response would be to buy a brand new product that will sync it. Thanks & Goodbye.