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Real Talk Radio with Nicole Antoinette

By Nicole Antoinette

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This is Real Talk Radio, the podcast that's filled with refreshingly honest conversations about the wonderful mess of being human. In a world that's hell-bent on selling us things to "fix" ourselves, this show represents a small but powerful rebellion by people who just want to be real. During each eight-episode season, show host Nicole Antoinette sits down with a wide range of beautifully imperfect people - athletes, writers, entrepreneurs, parents, coaches, activists, adventurers, artists, and more - to dive into the truth of what’s really going on in their lives. The goal is for each episode to feel like a sigh of relief, reminding you that we’re all just doing the best we can, and that no matter what we’re in this together. For more information and show notes, visit

Customer Reviews

Long, with occasional brilliance.

I have been a Nicole Antoinette fan since she was drunk and building ball pits in her backyard, and I have loved watching her evolution. Despite my adoration, I will admit that it is a struggle for me to commit to listening to a two-hour podcast, especially one that I have to actively listen to or worry about missing something. That said, there's are definitely enjoyable and insightful parts. The podcast really hits its stride in the Laura Jane Williams episode, which truly sounds like two fascinating women talking about life, rather than a formalized interview with questions that try too hard to be meaningful (looking at you, "how do you honor your creativity?"). I'd recommend to future guests to really treat it as more of a casual conversation, like Laura Jane. I would also prefer that the podcast be broken down into more digestible parts, which I guess directly conflicts with the idea of having a casual conversation rather than formalized, constructed interviews, so take my ideas with a lot of salt. The Laura Jane episode may also be helped along by the speed of talk, which in turn shortens the podcast; you can't force that, but everyone relaxing around the podcast will help that.

Overall, it's a strong first season, but there's also plenty of room for growth.

Make time for it

One of my fav podcasts. It’s a bit longer than my other ones but it’s so worth it. I take breaks between listening mostly to think about all the great nuggets of info. Keep up the great work!!

Like listening to myself out loud

Granted, I’ve only listened to one episode so far, but I find myself nodding along like I’m listening to people speak my internal dialogue out loud. There’s something really validating about that. Keep up the good work, and I can’t wait to hear more. :)

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