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Why Oh Why? with Andrea Silenzi | WFMU

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A show about feeling lonely and awkward, disguised as dating advice. Andrea Silenzi speaks with friends, experts, guys in bars, and her own Grandma Phyllis about where love and sex meets technology.

Customer Reviews


Honestly, enough is enough. Bring back holly wood.

Radio Professionalism! Better than Ex-Boyfriends!

Andrea’s radio show is better than her ex-boyfriends’ podcasts (yes, plural)! You should listen!

Also, in addition to all of the effusive reviews below (which are 100% correct) that extol the honest, emotive, and engrossing content, it’s totally worth mentioning that SHE KNOWS HOW TO PRODUCE RADIO. Like a professional! Meaning that the production quality is awesome and innovative and well-crafted and is also largely unsung, because you only notice production quality when it’s bad. So yeah! Go and pour this sweet milky honey in your ears! Ew!

Great new podcast, can't wait to hear more.

Informative and thought-provoking. Hilarious and cringeworthy. Not a dater myself (happily married) but I love vicariously hearing the horror stories of you unfortunate single-folk.

If you go to WFMU's showpage for Why Oh Why? there are some bonus episodes from before this show officially launched (it started as a fill-in for another great podcast, "Too Much Information").