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Making It with Riki Lindhome

By Riki Lindhome

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Riki Lindhome talks to people in the entertainment industry and asks them how they got their careers. There's no road map for show business and everyone's story is different, so Riki interviews people about how they started, how they've kept it going and what they've learned along the way.

Customer Reviews

I tried. I can’t.

I really wanted to like this Podcast. I want to support women in comedy. But this is missing the mark. Riki keeps interrupting her guests, speaking over them for unimportant stuff, and talking about her personal life. It’s an interview, not a first date.

Great Podcast

Riki is a great host and makes a fun show. I wish she would make more episodes, I'm going back and listening to guests I don't care about and still enjoying it. Riki come back!

Feature...the feature.

I couldn't enjoy the first episode I tried to tune in to, which featured Bo Burnham. The interviewer kept cutting him off in the middle of interesting statements in order to keep with her line of questioning. I was listening to hear what Burnham had to say, not what you were interested in asking him. A really useful tip: When you manage to get a featured person interested enough in your interview to go into detail on something, you don't snap them out of it for the sake of feeling in control of the conversation. You also are not expected to remind people you're there too by interrupting your featured speaker with, "Yeah" in the middle of every other statement. The interviewer shredded the flow of discussion and anecdote by veering sharply to her next question in the middle of interesting narrative.
When you get them to tell you something, let them speak!