Edward Kelsey Moore ~ Melanie Benjamin
Who The Hell Are We? Podcast!
Edward Kelsey Moore and Melanie Benjamin have recently launched a podcast about identity, books, and (apparently) irresistible cocktails. The show is called, Who The Hell Are We? You will find it at the major podcast services (iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, etc), search for Who The Hell Are We? and look for the cover art with Edward and Melanie’s faces. Once you find it you can stream or download each episode — and don’t forget to Subscribe to the podcast to receive new episodes a couple of times each month. The Who The Hell Are We? podcast is free — so enjoy!
Melanie and Ed would love it if you email your comments, or any suggestions for discussion topics to: email@example.com Or if you happen to be an iTunes/Apple Podcasts user you can leave your comments there. And tell your friends about Who The Hell Are We?, too!
If you are new to podcasts, or just want to sample this one, you can also listen to the show in your web browser’s window (Chrome, Safari, FireFox, etc) from this Apple Podcasts web page: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/who-the-hell-are-we/id1462927166
Make sure your browser cookies are turned on so you see the list of episodes, click the buttons labeled “Play” to hear each episode. If you like what you hear and want to Subscribe to receive future episodes automatically you will need to use a regular podcast app. See below for some info on how podcasts work. Remember this podcast -- and most podcasts -- are free!
(Sorry… If the podcast won’t play on the webpage above do what we do: ask a young person for help.)
Are podcasts new to you? Here are some clues: they are very much like your favorite radio show — with the convenience that you can hear an episode whenever you want, on any number of devices, including your smartphone, tablet computers and also any desktop computer. Podcasts are a wonderful companion you can enjoy while you’re at home, commuting to work, doing a chore, at the gym, or anyplace you can listen on speakers, headphones or earbuds. And the programs are (almost always) free! There are many thousands of podcasts -- for every kind of interest. Few podcasts are real moneymakers (though some are supported by donations or short audio ads during the program), mainly the shows are a way for the podcast hosts to share an interest and have an ongoing conversation with their listeners. You can find podcasts at the iTunes store (and other services) and then listen right away, or whenever you would like. Often you can also download episodes for offline listening.
Don’t have a podcast player for your mobile or desktop device? You can easily get one, free, or for just a couple of dollars, wherever you get apps for your device. (We are sorry but we can’t help with technical questions. Search "podcasts" online if you want more info, or ask a young person to get you started.)