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This series is so well-done and riveting. So many things I didn’t know and so much detail. I love this podcast!
At first I thought, oh no, this again. Have a listen though, the stories will pull you right in. This is like a hefty coffee table book, with an index, and lots of (mind) pictures to gaze upon. Guaranteed that some people you thought villainous at the time, turn out somewhat heroic. Some people, then- despised, well, you"ll be justified with this further detail. This is the future of podcasting. I'd love to support, but can’t see how to sign up. Hey Slate, make it a clear link-through. It’s like a bakery window with no door next to it...let me in.
I listened through the 1st season about Watergate in a few days and learned a lot through the podcast. It's a part of US history that I'm not familiar with and was not alive to experience it. I only know the TL;DR version so Slow Burn introduced me to the main people involved with the investigation and Nixon's administration. It has peaked my interest to learn more about this tumulous and piviotal moment in US history. I'm interested to listen to 2nd season but haven't yet.
So excited for the next season! The podcast is well researched and engaging! Highly recommend!
K a t e f
Binge listened, and found myself thinking about it in almost every conversation I had for weeks.
Incredibly well-researched, impressive access, well-presented, bingeable.
The podcast was plugged today on WoW/Radio Andy, I’m so glad it was! This has been a fantastic adventure . So many parallels to today’s political climate and I feel smarter for having listened.
The second season on Clinton was really really great. So much important detail that put a completely different spin on what I thought I knew.
I enjoyed this podcast, however, it is heavily biased, which is obviously not a surprise. I wanted to find learn more about the Clinton scandals, which I had known about & heard of, but not in detail. We all know the ending of the podcast so that was sort of anticlimactic (not the reason for my negative review). My negative review is about the podcast host’s opinion at the very end about him thinking Juanita Broaddrick “making it up” and her social media posts saying she supports Trump. First of all, as an anti-Trump supporter, this is what aggravates me about the left - Juanita had several witnesses corroborate her story. Then the host goes on to say that Juanita Broadrick thinks Christine Blasey is lying about the Kavanaugh scandal via social media (whom by the way has not ONE person to corroborate her story), therefore, the host thinks she’s a nutcase. You had a 5-star review until the very end. Keep your deficient opinion to yourself.
I have listened to both seasons now and love how informative they both are, and how good Leon is at explaining the nuances of both political scandals. I listen to them when I’m driving between Canberra and Sydney (Australia) an they make the drive seem much shorter!
A interesting tour of the Clinton White House scandals real and imagined. Well paced with some funny and sad stories intertwined. The only thing missing was more info about Hillary Clinton during this time, she is reduced to a background player compared to Clinton, Lewinsky & Clinton’s staff, etc. The disappointment was the ending: End of last episode: the author completely discredits Juanita broaddrick because of her politics. As if her story is worth less because is not a liberal anymore, It was downright disgusting. Throughout the podcast season, the author kept their liberal bias incheck, but the last 2mins were a disgrace The bonus episode infront of a crowd: quickly defends into a liberal lovefest, hate trump and blame the republicans for everything, pre Clinton’s and post Clinton’s. Such a shame, as it was a quality Podcast up until these points.
This is a detailed, well-researched podcast delivering on all the nuance and complexity of political scandals.
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Thoughtful, timely, in-depth investigative journalism about issues that can help us all better understand current issues in US politics.
Absolutely superbly crafted series that kept me enthralled . Journalism top notch and the research and the way it’s presented is highly entertaining , captivating and informative .
Everything old is new again. Fascinating, compelling and more relevant than ever.
Love this fascinating series on the dirty machinations of presidential power. It’s carefully presented and thoroughly researched. Slow Burn is excellent at the sort of things that podcasts do best - with high production values, multiple voices and rich archive recordings. GB
These podcasts both on Clinton and Nixon are wonderful. They tread the fine balance between factual and fascinating. The interview with Linda Tripp is especially spellbinding. In this day and age, I would say both series are essential listening for anyone with an interest in US politics. GB
Not from the US but have loved this podcast. It adds so much colour and fascination to what is already a gripping story. The narrative and delivery is among the best I have heard; factual, evidence based, personal impacts and insight. Can you please do this podcast for some of the major UK political scandals? GB
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Slow Burn Podcast News
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