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A radio show about people who make radio, hosted by Mooj Zadie and Mickey Capper.

Customer Reviews


Great! Discussions on process and folk's personal history

In depth conversations about radio and the people behind it

I stumbled upon Tape this weekend. After listening to the first episode, I immediately subscribed. The conversations are relaxed, entertaining, and explicatory — as listeners we learn about the methods, history, and philosophy behind great radio storytelling and audio production. This is not dry material, there is liveliness and joy shared between the hosts and the interviewee!

The show notes at the Tape’s website give even more depth to each interview. Totally appreciated by this listener. Looking forward to future episodes.

A different "inside" show

I've long been a fan of "behind the scenes" radio and audio podcasts like Transom, HowSound (formerly Saltcast), etc. Tape is very different. It's not "here's a great story" with a question or two tagged on the end. It's just a long interview with a great producer, reporter, and others. The benefit of interviewing great storytellers is that they're, well, great storytellers. The show is consciously in the vein of the podcast, but a bit more enthusiastic (not annoyingly fanboyish, but you can tell the hosts--especially Mooj-love their interviewees' work). Haven't heard all of the episodes yet but so far my recommended ones are: Calhoun, Cole, and Goldman/Vogt.

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