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Bruno and the Professor » Podcast

By Frank and Matt

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Description

A semi-regular podcast covering politics, technology, and current events. Mostly left-of-center.

Customer Reviews

It's the cliff notes of The Economist in 45 minutes

Bruno and Mattski provide a thorough overview and analysis of the week's most important events. It's kind of like Mike and the Madog (Bruno is Mike) except instead of sports with a New York slant it's policy and political analysis with a northwest slant. Having said that, Bruno and the Professor usually stray far beyond just politics, with a fair amount of discourse on media, transportation, and historic military weapons. I highly recommend you give this podcast a shot for 2 weeks. I think you will find it is 45 minutes well spent, and you may even be smarter afterwards.

Frank and Matt to the rescue.

For my weekly dose of sane political analysis, I always turn to this show. Definitely not one to miss.

Thorough and level-headed

These guys go into great detail on their topics and do not settle for easy answers to conform to their beliefs. They also have great chemistry and deliver the podcast in a light hearted manner, making it always an easy listen no matter how technical their discussion may get. If we had people like bruno and the prof in the MSM we could have a much less politically polarized society. Thank god for podcasts like this that show that political talk radio can be more than just sound bytes and ideological rage.

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  • Free
  • Category: News & Politics
  • Language: English

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