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By Larry Morgan

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Long-time broadcaster, sometime writer, wannabe director, occasional actor, more-than-occasional voice actor, part-time banjo tuner and former tuna canner Larry Morgan has managed to spend his entire career in radio and other media somehow not pissing people off. So after years of being told to "not talk so much" and "keep it short" he decide to Talk More and Go Longer with some of those people. Having a natural curiosity for others who are creative and how they got to where they are (obviously fueled by professional jealousy) and honing in on the events, people, films, TV shows and books that drove them to create - presented in a snarky, monkey-like way - is what this podcast is all about. Live - laugh - learn - throw a little feces with us and be an honorary Monkey as we bring the snark and go on this historic, ground-breaking audio journey. (Really, it's not that big a deal, but it should be fun.) -Larry Morgan

Customer Reviews

Happy to see a podcast focused on botany

Matt of In Defense of Plants discusses botany and the natural world with passion and conversational tone that people of all tribes of life will appreciate. Looking forward to hearing more from this podcast!

Interesting Without Being Complicated

Great little discussion. Can't wait to hear more :)

Deep dive into plants.

I look forward to hearing more episodes of this podcast about plants. It’s good to see a podcast about plants as interesting on their own, without forcing the idea that they must be useful to people (though all plants are, even if they are just living out in the world & not a crop species).

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  • Category: Arts
  • Language: English

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