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Excellent information and reporting. Vocal fry of reporter very distracting.
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I have listened daily for a few years and it is part of my morning commute to work. I love how they pick a topic and dive deep into the details. When they are not reporting about a political story it is a great news source. However, around the past few elections this becomes unbearable to listen to if you are looking for an unbiased opinion.
As we walk to the edge of the abyss with this election; this podcast captures the fear and mistrust that is powering it. It also shows how unnecessary this fear is. It is grounded on misinformation and misunderstanding. Perfectly demonstrated during the confrontation in front of the gun shop. But the dialogue was also the moment of hope.
After the “My Mustache, My Self” Essay episode, I was hooked. I look forward to every episode.
The coverage of the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Supreme Court vacancy has been nothing short of excellent. Keep this up! Truly superb coverage of the Breonna Taylor case by Rukmini Callimachi. Carefully worded and detailed. The Beirut episode: remember a time when journalism was about other people’s stories? This navel gazing approach to a tragedy that affected hundreds of thousands of people is brutal. I’m not opposed to hearing a little of the journalist’s experience as a way to set up the story, but there are so many -other- stories to tell; why is the main focus the journalist’s experience? The Facebook episode was so weak. Concluding that Facebook must be beholden to conservatives by saying that its most engaged posts are conservative without a) examining and comparing the most engaged posts on Twitter or b) considering the ideological beliefs of Zuckerberg prior to this moment, which have always leaned toward not playing moderator and taking an expansive approach to free expression is just bad journalism. I’m open to the idea and am no fan of Facebook, but this is what happens when a reporter puts a satisfying narrative ahead of interrogating the subject. Remarkable that no time is being devoted to the Bolton revelations. I remember when this podcast was about news; it’s now become more like a magazine. The Systems That Protect the Police: this is why we listen to The Daily. Timely analysis of a troubling and complex news event. Coverage of the Chinese lab theory of coronavirus spent about 15 seconds discussing what scientists have to say about it. There is a tremendous amount of scientific scepticism about the theory, and the probability that it came from a lab is infinitesimally small. If the intelligence community was promoting ‘evidence’ of the lab theory, one suspects that the NYT would report it with the same level of credibility as the WMD theory in Saddam Hussein’s Iraq.
I love the daily. I listen every single morning. I actually became a NYT subscriber as a result. Please keep it going!
Could you please aim for fewer white male interview subjects? The monotony puts me back to sleep in the mornings guys!
I don’t understand this type of journalism. Aren’t you supposed to be unbiased?
Maureen, AN OK BOOMER
You’re doing a piece about truth and reporting and you’re using a story that appears not to be true or at the very least is highly questionable 🤨 What the hell! This is just like October 2016. Aren’t any of you concerned for our country? There are thousands of other issues that should be brought to light; from all around the world let alone right here right outside your window. It feels as though we’re all stuck in a Trump sitcom.
This was so beautiful to listen to. His choice of words paint the image of his life and stir emotions of sadness and laughter and tear when seeing yourself in another. I’m am now looking for more of Carvells work.
Provides information and analysis of current events and happenings in the world. Always something for me to think about and discuss with family at dinner.
I simply struggle with my morning when there are no episodes. And I’m Canadian! When there is a national holiday in the US, I am disappointed because I can’t get my dose of Daily. That is my level of addiction to this podcast!! For a news junkie, it’s phenomenal.
It’s such a in-depth and thought-provoking podcast that covers a broad range of the news and stories around the world. Love it!!!
What’s with the guys voice..? Breathe and check facts - there’s Google and few other sites.. Really biased .. only listen to know what’s propaganda.. but Ben Shapiro would crush this
I love this
While teaching a CPR course, Chuck Norris actually brought the practice dummy to life
Dull politics is a luxury these days
Our politics in New Zealand are SO mundane. We have become complete addicts with NYT and WaPo subs and The Daily is essential listening. Love Michael’s hmmms and the “here’swatchaneedtaknowtoday”.
I want to extend my gratitude to you and all the magnificent journalists, researchers and admin people who produce such astute and essential content. I’m sending Aroha (love and respect) from New Zealand to you all. Your voices keep me thinking, informed and connected.
Not bad, but please let your guests speak! You often chime in with ‘yep’ or ‘yeah’ while your guests are speaking and it’s really distracting
Oh boy, going to be a busy week for Mike Schmitt! I am excited! Keep it up team.
It’s informative to hear reasoned, well researched content so we can understand what’s happening on the other side of the globe.
Don’t miss it. GB
I listen to this podcast every day from the UK and love it! GB
But Sunday Reads are hit and miss narrator-wise, production-wise! Sounds like there is a different producer every-time, the experienced and the inexperienced one. I often avoid listening to Sunday reads, although I find the topics of choice interesting and I would otherwise love to listen; either audio edit is so unprofessional or the narration is not very good, ( for example "The Agency", if you manage to listen to this all way through you are a hero!! It starts ok but then the narrator goes into a monotonous 'kill me now' mode, i loved the topic but couldn't listen past the half mark, and I tried hard. Sorry but this is probably the worst narration I've heard ever! there is no coherence and it sounds like someone is reading words that have no meaning?! Obviously this narrator either was not a professional( that doesn't always mean you get good work done), not interested in the topic, obliged to be working for free, or I don't know, maybe check in with a psychiatrist :) ) I can listen to Michael though, and all his guest journalists and guest topics! Thanks GB
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