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The Weekly List

By Amy Siskind

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The Weekly List is a podcast hosted by Amy Siskind, author of The List. It will supplement the popular Weekly List on our website, The podcast will give greater context to the "not normal" news items from the previous week, and will highlight a few stories that you may have missed.

Customer Reviews

Amy Siskind 2020

This is the most important podcast any American can listen to. Once the smoke clears, “The List” will help us trace our way back to normalcy. Thank you, Amy Siskind!

Absolutely vital podcast for the country & my sanity

The Weekly List was exactly what I & tons of friends, family, coworkers & fellow activists felt was missing in our media-diets, considering that my family is comprised of print journalists and political scientists, that’s quite a tall order. The Weekly List truly allowed me to break negative obsessive habits for the 1st time in 3 years. No sugarcoating but no obsessive topic tangents, this podcast is the facts, comprehensive and the full, whole truths in the onslaught of chaotic & fractious factionalism & bad actors’ war on facts. Thank you so much for your service to our country & the world. Your meticulous work is a huge contribution fills an essential part of a return to norms & ethics once practiced by the 4th branch, & it’s something I am so so grateful for!!

The Weekly List (of mispronunciations)

A nice overview of the week’s news but OMG, please learn to pronounce people’s names, especially those who are in the news regularly. I cringe every time I hear an awkward mispronunciation on this podcast, which is frequently.

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