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After Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin murdered George Floyd last year, tens of thousands of people all over the world took to the streets to protest police violence against Black people. And if you look at images from these marches, you will probably start to notice a common color scheme -- one involving a lot of red, black, and green.The flag was invented to unite Black people all over the world living under racial repression. When it first came into existence, the flag posed some bold questions about where Black people owed their loyalty: was it to the nations where their lives were demeaned and threatened? Or to a new nation - one they would build entirely for themselves? For hundreds of thousands of Black people, the red-black-and-green symbolized the answer.Flag Days: The Red, the Black & the Green

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Truly my favourite podcastRoman Mars and co have crafted something brilliant - informative, thought provoking and truly entertaining. 99PI taps into a true curiosity and love for learning - and being reminded of this is brilliant for all of us. Grateful for the joy you all bring, team..Score: 5/5

Just the bestI love this podcast and often recommend it to friends and colleagues. You take such an interesting look at the world I feel my eyes are opened after every episode. Thank you for making it!.Score: 5/5

Enduring in its relevanceGreat podcast, easy to listen to and endlessly fascinating. Manages to stay relevant and keeps me coming back after several years now. Thank you Roman Mars and team! Love from the UK ~ R.Score: 5/5

An absolute podcast classicI feel like there is an episode of 99% Invisible for everyone. It's so interesting, so well-produced and covers so much that I would never otherwise think about. It's also the reason I'm now doing a masters in Urban Design. Love it!.Score: 5/5

ExcellentVery informative, very well produced, it is one of the best out there..Score: 5/5

Great!Very relaxing and informative podcast. Well done to all involved, many thanks. 🇬🇧.Score: 5/5

BrilliantI would not have thought before listening to this that I’d enjoy a podcast about design, especially one that is largely US focused. And yet, I’ve found practically every episode fascinating, and it is the source of about 90% of the interesting facts that I regularly bore people with :).Score: 5/5

I wanna be Roman Mars!This podcast is epic. Beautiful and perfectly formed. It tells the stories that need to be told but are overlooked. Wonderful..Score: 5/5

Always curious, never mundaneThis is one of my favourite podcasts. I loved their series “Articles of Interest” where they dove into the history of fashion items and how they evolved into what we see people wearing today. Every episode is so well researched and produced, it’s a joy to listen to. I could write about how I love every detail of the show, like the music, Roman Mars’ voice and the placement of “footnotes”, but that would just take too long. Instead, I’ll just say:”listen to it. You’ll learn something”..Score: 5/5

100%The best produced podcast on the internet. With the best sound design, the best interviews, the best everything. I love it..Score: 5/5

Like micro history but about todayI really like the way 99% invisible sheds light on something in the world I might be vaguely aware of, but have never considered. Always relevant, always interesting. Podcast perfection..Score: 5/5

100% brilliantFantastically produced fascinating podcast. That said I’d happily listen to Roman read dictionary.Score: 5/5

Still my favouriteI could listen to Roman Mars all day. Some fascinating episodes that nearly always lead to me looking up images on google with amazement. Make sure you go back an listen to the earlier episodes if you are just starting. Been listening for about 6 years now and should have got a challenge coin!!.Score: 5/5

Outstanding podcastI love it so much, the topics never fail to grasp my attention, the podcast is delivered in a peaceful, interesting, captivating manner and I am devouring all the episodes with the goal to get through them all! Also loving the Articles of Interest episodes!.Score: 5/5

EssentialMy life has become 99% better since I started listening to this podcast..Score: 5/5

Great podcastOutstanding podcast ~ a must listen.Score: 5/5

A wonderful exploration of our human centric worldMy tube to work is too loud so unfortunately I now have tinnitus due to trying to listen to 99% over the sound of metal on uneven tracks..Score: 5/5

Brain foodA great resource for learning about different perspectives and elements of our lives that you didn’t know you wanted to know about..Score: 5/5

Genius podcasts, not to be missedThe silky smooth voice of Roman Mars is enough by itself to warrant a five star rating. However, to rate a podcast by inner libidinousness would be as ridiculous as attempting to say ‘libidinousness’ after a few drinks. The content of 99PI is fascinating, humorous, astonishing, educational, lots of other positive adjectives, nerdy and addictive, very addictive. You don’t have to be a nerd to appreciate these podcasts a health dose of curiosity and ears are all that’s necessary for total satisfaction. Discovered via No Such Thing as a Fish, I eagerly await each new 99PI episode, and search out the recommended listening in between. There have been some gems! Give it a go. I doubt you’ll regret it..Score: 5/5

In Our Time for the under-80 crowdIf you like intelligent discussion of design and culture, you’ll love this. Roman Mars has a great voice and style. The show is like having a friendly chat with a clever but unpretentious friend..Score: 5/5

Employ this JournalistThis guy is brilliant. You need to keep hi, give him loads of work!.Score: 5/5

Hands down my favourite podcast everI laughed, I cried, I had my brain expanded and I got inspired. I’ve geeked out and dined out on the amazing things I learned on this podcast time and time again. I frequently start conversations with “I just heard this epic episode of 99% PI about...”. Treat your ears and subscribe now. You 100% won’t regret it..Score: 5/5

What happened to a great podcast?This was once one of the weekly podcasts I really looked forward to, great content, with the usual superb narration. However, much like the BBC, it’s been hijacked by politics, social engineering and the Woke generation..Score: 2/5

Wonderful podcastI can’t recommend this podcast enough - it’s wonderful. Thank you to Roman Mars and the whole team for bringing such joy and knowledge to my life..Score: 5/5

AmazingCurrently listening from the very beginning and I love it!!!!.Score: 5/5

Keep ‘em coming Roman Mars!I look forward to every episode and although I have no commercial or study interests in architecture, those tend to be my favourite..Score: 5/5

A beautiful listen. Every week.I think this podcast has made me appreciate the world around me more, and I always read the plaque..Score: 5/5

AwesomenessThis is a really good and interesting podcast, you so soo much of the obscure things in our world. I love it !!.Score: 5/5

Great show!Loved the dinosaur episode!.Score: 5/5

Enhances my lifeQuite simply the best podcast on earth, so interesting and informative. Christmas short story episodes are a thing of beauty. Keep up the good work 🇬🇧.Score: 5/5

Beautifully curatedWhat a wonderful podcast to listen to - the stories are so interesting, and the style is very calming. One of my favourite podcasts..Score: 5/5

Engaging content and sounds greatHits the concept of design from so many interesting and fresh angles….Score: 5/5

Couldn’t love this moreI’ve been listening to this podcast for ages. It’s truly brilliant - I’ve learned so many things I never even knew were ‘things’. And at the moment, Roman’s soothing voice is about the only thing keeping me sane. Please never stop!.Score: 5/5

Try it - you won’t be disappointedThis is such a well researched and fascinating podcast. Intelligently written and wide ranging in scope. And...that voice! I’ve been listening for a long time now and it remains one of the best podcasts out there..Score: 5/5

That voice!Endlessly fascinating. Has changed the way I look at design and architecture.Score: 5/5

The bestThese days there are a lot of good podcasts around. Many of them are worth your time. 99% Invisible is week by week, episode by episode, pound for pound, the best there is. It’s that simple..Score: 5/5

5/5This podcast makes you realise that the ordinary is actually extraordinary. Listen to it for incredible insights..Score: 5/5

Brilliantly wholehearted geekinessEverything you didn’t know you needed to hear just to get through another day. One of the most soothing podcasts I know, and consistently good. Like listening to a friend. In the end this podcast, about cities and urban planning and architecture and design, is only ever about people and what connects us, whether it’s infrastructure or beekeeping or pools. Without ever spelling it out, this podcast is about the ways we somehow accommodate each other in complex systems. It’s very geeky, but in an utterly humane way. Have been listening for years and still one of my absolute favourites. (The Dead Kennedy snippet in recent Ubiquitous Icons episode made my day and even sold my 18 year old on the podcast.).Score: 5/5

#ChristmasPodcastReviewsI could listen to Roman Mars’ baritone voice read an instruction manual, but better yet @99percentinvisible talks about how design works and how it touches everything in modern life. I now have love of design thanks to this podcast..Score: 5/5

My favourite podcast. 😊I was introduced to this podcast by a friend and I’m really glad I was. I listen to it on the way to work and love to share the stories with the other teachers and students. The subject of each podcast is well thought out and informative without being too full on, keep up the great work..Score: 5/5

Soooooo goodThis is such a great podcast and Romans’ voice so good to listen to. Best episodes- Thermal Delight and McMansion - both brilliant.Score: 5/5

Endlessly educationalI've been listening to 99Pi for a few years now and it's constantly a favourite show of mine. Covering topics more varied than I thought possible. Endlessly entertaining and educational.Score: 5/5

One of your new podcast essentialsWithout a doubt 99pi has defined a genre of podcast and is leading the pack in quality and interesting topics. This will become one of your favourite podcasts for sure Enjoy!.Score: 5/5

Wonderful showI was recommended to 99PI. I listen to it in the UK. Wonderful show, great reporting and stories and thought provoking content. Love it..Score: 5/5

Brilliant podcast.99% invisible is an incredible podcast. It’s in my top 5 for sure. Roman Mars manages to make the podcast interesting, occasionally funny, educational and infinitely listenable with his smooth tones. The subjects and guests are very well chosen. This is like a favourite book you can keep coming back to, comforting and reliable..Score: 5/5

The best podcastHands down the best podcast I have listened too, always interesting and informative and although there is a bias to content from the US it is not overwhelming and still fascinating for the international audience. Plus, the host Roman Mars has the smoothest voice so calming to listen to..Score: 5/5

My go to podcastI loved every one of the 99pi epoisodes.Score: 5/5

Please listenIt’s delicious- you won’t be disappointed. Beautifully produced..Score: 5/5

A delightQuite simply the most wonderfully thought provoking, uplifting, soul awakening little gems. I’ve found a new friend with whom I have laughed and cried with..Score: 5/5

SpeechWhy is your speech changed. The warmth is gone!.Score: 5/5

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The BestMy first and still my favourite podcast..Score: 5/5

Hooked after 5 mintuesMy friend recommended me this podcast ans I love it!! I was hooked after 5 minutes!! Insane!.Score: 5/5

99%Invisible According to needI have been keen on 99%Invisible since I saw (live stream in Vancouver, I worked at the venue) the flag design TED talk. Roman Mars' clearly was serious and playful in the right measure about radio. Most recently I was especially impressed with Katie Mingle's According to Need. In a short five part series, she explained remarkably clearly, from a recognizably human point of view, a housing assistance system and showed some people trying to navigate, if not understand, the system and the city. Human and humane radio reportage..Score: 5/5

Always InterestingNo matter how mundane the topic, Roman and his team deliver a deep and fascinating take. Well worth listening to - but be warned, you will actually want to LISTEN..Score: 5/5

99 + 1 Percent AwesomeThis podcast is everything I’ve been looking for in my life! I basically listened to the first 203 episodes the past two months and am now sad that I’m more than halfway to the newest episodes because what podcast am I going to binge once I get to the newest one? (I’ll just re-listen from the start, who am I kidding). Keep up the good work! 👌🏾.Score: 5/5

FunnyExecept for the tide pod eating f#%*ing idiot hahaha.Score: 5/5

So greatOmg did “sh**t end of the stick” come from Roman’s wiping with their poop stick?.Score: 5/5

Love the show... and contrary to other reviews, I love the homemade Stitcher sign offs. Guaranteed smile every time.Score: 5/5

99 Percent IncredibleThis show makes me care deeply about things I never thought I’d care about. Love Roman’s calm demeanour, genuine delight in the stories others prep and share with him - and by extension, us - and just can’t get enough. Big fan..Score: 5/5

SelloutKind of a sell out move doing a sponsored pod for Google dudes 👎🏻.Score: 1/5

Thank you for Podcast EpisodeHaving grown up in Toronto in the 80s and 90s, that all seemed so normal. I’d assumed everywhere was like here - I’d never realized our supermarkets were so interesting! Great episode, thank you!.Score: 5/5

A+I never miss an episode. Never!.Score: 5/5

Can’t believe it’s not CanadianRoman (and his team) are a true pleasure. I look forward to each episode, learn so much, and love the passion for design, citizenship, and humanity in every curated episode. Keep at it for years. Then move to Canada!.Score: 5/5

Very interestingEven though each episode are very short, they’re all very interesting, Kind of like a teaser into many interesting topics/invention/technology.Score: 5/5

Get back to the basicsRapidly dropping from my favourite to least favourite podcast. Sure, there was always a small dose of “lefty” assumptions, but that’s to be expected in a design oriented podcast. But come on, if you want to do a political podcast, by all means do it, but why destroy 99% Invisible?.Score: 2/5

100% enjoyableI (admittedly) didn’t get into the podcast immediately. I think Roman’s voice was *too soothing*. But I am hooked. They cover more than just design, but how it interacts with society. As a canadian, their recent episode on No Name brand is a must listen!!.Score: 5/5

A creativity vitamin for my brain!Thank you Roman et al for keeping my creativity and imagination alive on a daily basis!.Score: 5/5

My favourite podcastI listen to podcasts all day at work, subscribed to over a dozen channels but by far my favourite is 99PI. These stories about minute aspects of life give a story to many unnoticed parts of our world. The care that has been taken to record the stories is phenomenal and they are always responsible and empathetic and considerate when talking about social justice movements and injustices in the past. Thank you team of 99PI for your wonderful work!.Score: 5/5

Roman Mars is a smart guyIf you are a person who enjoys the "superior chuckle," then you will love this show. The superior chuckle is how Mr. Mars and his guests signal to the listener how much smarter they are than the people who don't agree with them. Listen to any of Roman's shows (I have listened to them all), and you'll be "treated" to many of these chuckles. The topics of 99PI and other of Mr. Mars' shows are educational and interesting. I'll keep listening. But as I listen, I can't help thinking that the attitudes of the hosts and his guests are NOT doing anything to make America a more tolerant place to live..Score: 5/5

The bestRoman Mars and his team tell fascinating stories in a style that educates and soothes the listener. I can’t get enough..Score: 5/5

The gold standard in podcastingThe platonic ideal of a podcast..Score: 5/5

Is goodOccasionally will throw up full episodes from completely other podcasts. If I want to listen to the other podcast, I’ll subscribe and listen. Don’t pollute my feed with content I have intentionally not subscribed to..Score: 4/5

Still haven’t found a better podcastInteresting and informative. Every episode has helped me learn something new about a variety of industries. Been my favourite podcast since I started with podcasts..Score: 5/5

Amazing podcast!!I love every episode of this podcast. The episodes all have really nice flow. Thank you for the No Frills episode! I’m from Southern Ontario so it made me happy..Score: 5/5

So good!Hands down my all-time FAVE podcast. Hit that subscribe button—you won’t want to miss even one episode! Always fascinating and inspiring, even when I don’t think the topic will interest me, it ends up being awesome. ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️.Score: 5/5

THE podcastIf you want to hear the high water mark in podcasting - nay, broadcasting, have a listen. A deep well of fascinating stories and (almost) invisible histories brought to your ears by the talented crew on Radio Row, in downtown Oakland, California..Score: 5/5

Incredible Story Telling and Fascinating TopicsI’m a design nerd, so this podcast speaking directly to me isn’t too surprising, but this podcast continually delivers such high quality episodes that it quickly became my favourite and it has stayed that way for years. The most recent episode “Podcast Episode” had me so engaged (I’m a Canadian, this was personal) that I was responding to the podcast and the people sitting outside of my open window commented. If you’re looking for a podcast that overthinks the day to day interactions you have with the world built around you, and will teach you all about it, or even just looking for a source for conversation fodder, this podcast will deliver..Score: 5/5

Gentle, amusing and through provokingI really enjoy the gentle, open-minded inquisitiveness of this podcast. It opens my eyes to a different lens on my world, and Roman Mars is charming. A lovely respite from all the ugliness out there..Score: 5/5

Amazing podcastThis is the podcast that got me into podcasts in 2014 and I’ve been listening to it ever since. Great starting point that got me into listening to lots of other awesome podcasts, too, especially other Radiotopia shows..Score: 5/5

One of my all time favourites.Every story is interesting. Roman is a great host. The entire staff is excellent. One of the best podcasts around currently and has been for a long time..Score: 5/5

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Please for the love of godRoman, love the show, love you but oh my lord I’m going to loose it listening to you do these stitcher audio sign offs at the end of the episodes..Score: 5/5

IncredibleSo much thought goes into every bit of this podcast, it shows in every episode. The sheer range of topics, attention to detail, insight... it's amazing. Thank you Roman and the 99pi team. This a true gift..Score: 5/5

Articles of InterestLove the podcast but I don’t like how they keep uploading “Articles of Interest” despite it having its own podcast section..Score: 2/5

Too much Articles of InterestIt’s not a bad podcast but if I want it, I can find it. More non fashion design please!.Score: 4/5

My go-toI have been listening to 99PI for about 2 years now and it’s still my favourite podcast. I never miss an episode. Always fresh and often inspiring, I always learn something new. And I LOVE the new Articles of Interest series—please keep making them!.Score: 5/5

Terrific show with empathetic approachI enjoy a few a these second-look topical podcasts, such as “99%”, “Pessimist’s Archive” and the grand-daddy “Revisionist History”. The tone gets a little mushy at times, but 99PI is certainly worthwhile..Score: 5/5

My Favourite Podcast, No QuestionAlways super interesting, and Roman Mars is a great narrator. I really like the Articles of Interest series - this is stuff you don’t hear about very often! Love the detail and effort that obviously goes into every episode of this podcast..Score: 5/5

Always a great listen99PI has been in my top 10 best fav podcasts since I discovered it 2 years ago. Always intriguing ~ and I love Roman's voice..Score: 5/5

I love this podcast!My design teacher in college introduced me to 99pi and I have been a fan since then. Roman Mars is the best podcast host!.Score: 5/5

Relief for the current anxiety of the worldI love the topics and conversations on this show and Roman’s voice is a soothing remedy to my anxiety about the ongoing pandemic.Score: 5/5

WonderfulGreat podcast with relatively quick snippets of interesting information. Keep it up!.Score: 5/5

Perfect podcastOne of my favourite podcasts. Every episode is interesting. Love..Score: 5/5

“Like” love, but don’t love “like”This is a fabulous podcast; interesting and well researched & produced. I’m a devoted fan - most of the time. However, the most recent episode, Sean Exploder, is a notable exception. The title captured my interest immediately (I’m also a fan of Song Exploder), but after just a few minutes I Could Not Listen Anymore! There was way way too much “like” uttered by both presenters, but especially by Sean. Ouch...it hurt the ears! If your presenters cannot limit the use of meaningless interjections in their speech, please - either do more editing, or script the episode. This critique aside, I really do value the podcast - subject, production, music, contributors, everything, and I am truly am a devoted fan. Thank you for providing something really interesting and informative for the world’s listening pleasure..Score: 4/5

So good!Always so informative and interesting! In high school I listened to this when I walked home from school all the time and I still enjoy it years later. :).Score: 5/5

Thank youMy 12 year old binged the entire series of 99 PI during pandemic and now he is a walking encyclopedia..Score: 5/5

Quintessential PodcastThis is the show that got me hooked on podcasts as a whole. To date I haven’t found anything I enjoy more than 99Pi. Roman Mars has what night be one of the most soothing voices I’ve heard, and the team never fails to put together an interesting episode. I often find myself listening through entire episodes that I initially dismiss as topics that wouldn’t be interesting to me..Score: 5/5

BEST PODCAST EVERIf I could give you 100,000,000,000 I would there is literally no cons just all pros. 🙂👌.Score: 5/5

There are two kinds of podcasts in the world: 99PI and everything elseI probably subscribe to a dozen podcasts, but 99PI is the only one I listen to every single episode of. I’m never fully caught up with it though, because it gives me a small sense of comfort to know that I always have at least one episode in my back pocket. The way that Roman and co. uncover the most interesting facets about what would otherwise be considered among the most mundane aspects of our world is both inspirational and humbling. The production is fantastic, and Roman’s voice tops it all off. I could write an entire review of his voice alone, but I couldn’t do it justice. I could waste my time trying to find another podcast that comes anywhere close to the impossibly high standard that 99PI has set, but I know that I won’t. Instead, I’m just glad that I’ve found the best podcast ever..Score: 5/5

Episode 383, 401 “Like Like Like”Like, you know, please ask your reporters, to like, you know, like, think before they speak, and drop, “sort of”, the incessant use of “sort of”, “you know” and “like”..Score: 3/5

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Roman Mars RocksHis ability to tell stories about topics I didn’t even know I care about is on another level. 99PI is the gold standard for podcasts..Score: 5/5

HmI don’t remember this show being quite so milquetoast liberal and inane.Score: 1/5

Check your factsIn the April 20 episode about Levittown you state that they did not allow Jews or Blacks in their developments. That is completely untrue. First of all, Bill Levitt was Jewish. Secondly there was a Levittown in Maryland that had issues with local regulations not allowing blacks at that time. Bill Levitt’s support was one of the reasons this changed. That was the only time that race was even an issue at any Levittown. Bill Levitt and Levittown were strong supporters of equality. Please fix this statement in your podcast. (My father was an executive with Levitt and Sons at that time and I have confirmed your misunderstanding of the facts with him.).Score: 1/5

So interesting!I have no special interest in design, but I love this podcast! The topics are varied and interesting, and the host has a lovely speaking voice. I only recently learned about the podcast; I am listening to new episodes as they are released, and also went back to the first episode and am listening to the back catalog in order..Score: 5/5

This podcast is a masterpieceThe single most enjoyable, well written, magnificent, masterpiece of radio since the dawn of time. A podcast you can easily drive to, work out to, go for a walk to, and fall asleep to. Incredibly interesting and well researched, this is a show I could listen to for the rest of my life and never get tired of learning about all the wonderful and interesting things that Mr. Mars and the 99PI gang choose to relay to me. Keep it up guys, you’re doing great..Score: 5/5

My most recommended podcast!I have been listening to 99pi for several years and can’t get enough! They dive into interesting topics and do it in a way that feels fresh and unique. I highly recommend it!.Score: 5/5

Helped me win triviaI knew who actually wrote who let the dogs out. Thanks Roman!.Score: 5/5

It used to be about design...Please go back. I find the show exhausting to listen to..Score: 2/5

Soooo many commercialsHis content is generally ok but the commercials really long and tedious. Strangely enough, his unusual voice which is really good for his show is awful for these long, arduous endorsements..Score: 1/5

Wow.ABSOFRICKINGLUTELYGREAT Would love it if reruns were noted as such in the descriptions....Score: 5/5

CONGRATULATIONSYou deserve all the wonderful things coming to the future of 99pi. We are here with you and beautiful nerds forever!.Score: 5/5

More than designThis podcast laid the foundation for others to discuss design, culture, and history. The recent episode about the Chinese Zodiac sculptures was a classic example of teaching the historical information, but also why it was important from an artistic, political, and cultural perspective..Score: 5/5

Started as an informative podcastThis podcast started as a good introduction to the background of design in society. It is now devoid of fact checking and any story seems to get a chance to be aired. A shame the noble roots have rotted away..Score: 1/5

<3One of the best podcasts in history.Score: 5/5

Just stopLeave New Mexico out of it..Score: 1/5

Interesting but heavily politically motivatedI’ve learned some cool facts from this podcast and enjoy listening to it but as others have said the political message is definitely there. Almost every episode I’ve listened to so far is pushing underlying communist propaganda and I wasn’t really expecting that. Not sure if I’ll continue to listen.Score: 1/5

My all-time favorite podcast99% Invisible earned itself a spot in my Podcast Hall of Fame for its fascinating exploration of various issues related to design. You may think of design as something related to architecture or interior decorating, but this podcast goes much deeper than that. Issues covered include the social and political effects of every design decision made for every little thing in our human-created world. It really does a great job at exploring topics of things that you would never think of and making them fascinating. Each episode typically has interviews with experts in the field as well. If I could recommend just one podcast for people to listen to, this would be it..Score: 5/5

AmazingLove this podcast - so well done..Score: 5/5

What an amazing, bingeable find in 2021!This was promoted by another of my favorite podcasts (Work Life with Adam Grant). I’m so glad I decided to check it out because it’s fantastic! There’s really not much else to say... Download literally any episode and give it a shot. You’ll be hooked right away <3.Score: 5/5

GreatSoo good.Score: 5/5

The Ratings Are WrongThis is an amazing podcast that deserves more recognition it is not as political as all of you think it is and it just shouldn’t matter so much if you are bothered about the way someone is talking because these people work hard and the information is good.Score: 5/5

Keep some perspective, Roman!I usually am 100% on board with 99% Invisible, but as a Minnesotan I was cringing when Roman was explaining the skyway system downtown. It's not at all a "glittering metropolis in the sky," but is often flanked by ugly bricks and outdated design. I was worried Roman would try to beautify this eyesore, and he didn't disappoint!.Score: 4/5

What happened to 99pI? UghhhI had enjoyed this podcast for a few years relishing in the unique takes and twists on the topics discussed along with Roman’s unique voice. Of late, it seems every show either opens or closes with some overriding social do-gooderness that tries too hard. When you mix that with contributors to the podcast that have bad vocal fry (Stucco episode and others) it is unpalatable. You once were the gold standard Roman Mars. Do better..Score: 2/5

TopsOne of the best podcasts of all time. Incredibly interesting and well produced..Score: 5/5

Great podcast!!This podcast is informative, easy to listen to, and entertaining! The topics are well covered and fascinating. Keep up the great work!🤩.Score: 5/5

Over itI used to love this podcast, was a longtime favorite, but recently they’ve started advertising for Amazon and it just turned me off so much I had to unsubscribe. Truthfully, aspects of the pod had been wearing on me already, but that was definitely the straw that broke the camel’s back, to be utterly cliche. Amazon is one of the absolute worst companies to have ever existed. Their labor practices are absolutely, undeniably, horrific. Presumably 99PI isn’t a political podcast, except I am confident that the staff would agree that design is absolutely political. I’m a designer and a union organizer. I’m sad y’all decided some ad revenue was worth more than ethical labor practices. It may seem petty of me, but you KNOW how much of an engaged and loyal audience you have. It’s hard enough for contemporary people to extricate themselves from the grip Amazon has on our lives. They don’t need your support and I’m pretty disappointed that you took their money. ✌🏻.Score: 1/5

Excellent ContentWell done and always interesting. I look forward to each weekly episode. Hang in there to the end; Roman Mars performs a curious yet compelling rendition of what should be the Stitcher musical closing. This man will not be denied. Note to Stitcher...step up and do right by this show!.Score: 5/5

Everyone should listen to at least one episode.Always fascinating, sometimes profound..Score: 5/5

Rebroadcast of other showsFor a long time now, they haven’t had ANY original episodes of their own. It’s just need rebroadcasts of other podcasts. Then, they sold out to some careless giant corporation. Not the classic Roman Mars of the past, just boring and uninteresting. When they were airing their own episodes before the rut they’re now in, it was all politics. While viewpoints I agree with, a podcast that’s not a political podcast but does nothing but politics, it gets really tedious FAST. If I wanted politics, I’d go elsewhere..Score: 2/5

EhBit of a libcast.Score: 1/5

This podcast can not hearIt can not hear.Score: 1/5

Looking for independent thoughtLove the idea, but sadly predictably in-line with the one dimensional, political agenda that was lectured to me in architecture school 30 years ago. Nothing new....Score: 2/5

Awful sound mixingBegging you to do something about the sound jumping from loud to quiet at random. Please level the sound out.Score: 1/5

A Genius Idea Beautifully ExecutedI’ve been listening for about seven years now and every time I finish one, I’ve learned something about the world and myself. I’m never disappointed. The story telling and sound design is the best out there, because of the use of music and patterns and voices and pauses. You don’t even realize it composed like a poem or a song, it’s just beautiful. This podcast made me realize that social work, my field, is a design field and that design is fundamental to equity. That notion changes everything about how I approach what I do. Thank you to the 99PI founder and team for all your amazing work!.Score: 5/5

Get the politics outNo need to cram political views into all aspects of infotainment.Score: 2/5

Great show, but better stay on topicSo many good podcasts have succumbed to woke pressures and changed topics and hosts. Please be strong and true to yourselves!.Score: 5/5

Everyone should listen!What a great podcast. There are so many topics that I just never took the time to think about, but have such an interesting and rich history. From daylight saving time (yes, I learned it’s ‘saving’ not ‘savings’) to sidewalks to street addresses to pizza and war. This podcast is a treat for listeners of all ages and backgrounds..Score: 5/5

The Extraordinary Design and Detail In Our Everyday LivesEach episode of 99% Invisible is a dive into some aspect of modern life or design, the sorts of things we see every day and don’t think anything about, to talk about all the design that has gone into it (whether it was meticulously engineered, fine-tuned over generations, or decided by happenstance). It will make you start thinking a little more deeply and appreciatively about the world around you..Score: 5/5

Very interestingInteresting podcast on a wide range of topics. Glad I found it!.Score: 5/5

An unlistenable Podcast is a Bad PodcastI time shift my playing of podcasts, all of my subscribed show play oldest to newest based on release date. Recently this show have been marked “This Show in Unavailable” when I play it thru CarPlay. It still will play thru my old school wheel iPod but not thru any recent Apple Product. While I enjoy this show (and I bought the book!), I can’t when it’s unplayable. That’s the reason for my 2 star review, if I can’t listen to it it’s not a good show..Score: 2/5

Love it!!!99% invisible is so interesting. There are a huge variety of topics discussed on the show. I’m always amazed by what seems like a topic I won’t be interested in: plaid, sound in hospitals, sand, etc. However, Roman has a way of making those topics so fascinating that by the end of the episode I can’t believe I ever doubted that it would anything less than amazing. One thing I would change is the softness of Roman’s voice. Sometimes it’s hard to hear what he is saying when I’m driving..Score: 5/5

Best show ever!Honestly my favorite podcast with my favorite team behind it! Thanks for the amazing show you guys put out week to week!.Score: 5/5

LoveFavorite pod.Score: 5/5

I love it!!!!!!! This podcast is soo coolWow.Score: 5/5

A podcast to savorFrom the rich tones of host Roman Mars’ voice, to the exploration of the places all around us, the world just lights up when 99pi enters my feed. I love this show..Score: 5/5

The Best PodcastThis is my absolute favorite podcast! I love how it is clean and pulls back the curtains on what I see as any old building or structure and goes more in depth into it with some of the coolest and weirdest stories I’ve ever heard. 🤩.Score: 5/5

Very biased and inaccurate reportingThey made a podcast, talking about my home town, Xinjiang, China. 2 experts that they referred to are not even from Xinjiang. They made up a bunch of anxiety-provoking & shocking lies. 1 “expert” has not been to Xinjiang for 30 years. 99% invisible basically become a fake news echo chamber. Incredibly biased and slandering of my hometown. So disappointed in you, Roman Mars and Vivian Le..Score: 1/5

Opinion, not factSpeaking with the voice of authority doesn’t make a person one and doesn’t make this podcast more than just opinion spoken by someone with a good radio voice. Regarding the laugh schtick: it was a while before I realized how manipulated I was feeling (I found myself thinking, “I know it’s funny because he’s laughing”). The “you beautiful nerds” line seems like clever marketing designed to lull listeners into believing they are one with him, the inner circle of an elite club. I suspect it’s more likely the listeners are little more than numbers to him; this is a podcaster seeking endlessly to grab more market share and ad dollars for his own fiefdom..Score: 1/5

AmazingI love this podcast the explanations and stories are AMAZING!!.Score: 5/5

Sorry Joe...I’m sure Joe Rosenberg is a really nice guy, but I just can’t listen to his voice. I know it’s not his fault. Still, this is an auditory medium, so it needs to be audibly appealing, and therefore, his episodes are skipped..Score: 3/5

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A show for real fansThis show is a breath of fresh air. I should know, I'm a true fan..Score: 5/5

AMAZINGMy dad introduced me to this about a year ago, and I have loved it ever since.Score: 5/5

TediousThe only thing more boring than waiting is a podcast about waiting.Score: 1/5

Extremely interestingThis is a really interesting podcast- highly recommend!.Score: 5/5

SeanI love listening to this, but if Sean and co stopped using the word ‘like’ as a filler the podcasts would be half as long..Score: 3/5

Great show that's often full of quirks and surprises.99% PI is a show about design, but it often goes far beyond that. The show has been long running, but in recent months might be in the best shape it's ever been, largely thanks to the deep dives into the fashion industry by Avery Truffleman. Just great podcasting that's often full of quirks and surprises..Score: 5/5

So damn...Good!!!.Score: 5/5

Was good...Was great up until they published that ringtone episode. Way too many triggers and annoying sounds for me to risk coming across another episode like that again. Couldn’t even finish it..Score: 1/5

Simply amazingAn amazing, stunning podcast which has the most amazing content at the highest quality. The variety of topics is inspiring & I always savour these episodes. Highly recommend to anyone, Roman Mars will delight you..Score: 5/5

Silly giggling‘A Matter of Time’ another interesting topic, but this one so spoilt by childish giggling that I stopped listening. Unprofessional..Score: 4/5

A mustAlways interesting, often intriguing, with gorgeous production & interesting angles..Score: 5/5

DeliciousOne of the most delicious podcasts around: 99% Invisible offers up a banquet of knowledge in bite-sized morsels. Every episode presents a flavoursome melange of humour and thought provoking stories about the ways in which design influences our everyday lives and experiences. This podcast is a five-star feast for the ears, and always leaves one hungry for more..Score: 5/5

JulesB19Stunning podcast - always informative, great content. Roman Mars and his team are great and will make you look differently at the world..Score: 5/5

Absolutely Great!I love this podcast. There have been times where listing to these episodes has literally turned my day completely around and put a smile back on my face. The content is so diverse and interesting every time. I frequently bring up new things I’ve learnt through listening to this show. Also, the guest presenters who they bring in have opened me up to new podcasts and I have subscribed to every one of them too. PRX is great and 99pi is one of the best!.Score: 5/5

GreatIdea this is a very good channel you should make an episode about episodes.Score: 5/5

SpicyI love chilli..Score: 5/5

A good podcastThis is a good podcast. To support it, I have written this review. End of review..Score: 5/5

Great conversations and topicsBeen fan of the podcast for a while and as an Architect/Designer I do really enjoy this one. Great work.Score: 5/5

Makes us think about what we take for grantedI love the undertones of urbanism and general geeking out about how cool design and transport and the world is, but this podcast also has lots to give for people who may not necessarily have thought about this stuff either. 99PI has a light, conversational/narrative style of telling the highly specific stories of the world around us. It provides lots of fodder for interesting conversations (“do you know how toilet paper came to exist? I sure as hell do”), and indirectly makes us slow down and take in what surrounds us with a deeper curiosity and appreciation. When I I first started listening to this podcast almost a year ago, I used to think of host Roman Mars’s sultry voice as best suited for true crime podcasts. But hey, isn’t 99PI undercovering the hidden mysteries of basically everything?! :-).Score: 4/5

Two more episCould you please make a episode on the history of baby shark and the history of blue. felix baker.Score: 5/5

Little nuggets of design goodnessHow do things get made? Why do things get made? Listen here and find out..Score: 5/5

My first podcastThis was the first podcast I started actively following and listening to. It’s lead to me following more podcast, some that have been featured here. It’s just amazing what the 99pi team manages to do. I’ve learnt so much and look forward to keep learning. Thank you Roman and the team! :).Score: 5/5

My favourite recommendationWhenever I get asked to recommend a podcast, 99% invisible is always top of the list. My absolute fave design podcast.Score: 5/5

Mini storiesAbsolutely loved mini stories episode, thank you so much for making me laugh after a terribly stressful day at work..Score: 5/5

Warning: gateway podcast99pi got me hooked on podcasts. Best. Show. Ever..Score: 5/5

Best podcast ever💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕 It’s the best podcast. We listen every day and learn so much. We loved Dollhouse of St Louis. K&A xx.Score: 5/5

Love itIncredible storytelling. Detailed research. Love the play of music. Very USA based information which is a shame. But I can forgive that because they tell such powerful stories with great research. Keep up the amazing work..Score: 5/5

OohhhhThere’s a lot going on in the world we live that goes unnoticed... until now..Score: 5/5

COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL😎 is a good podcast with a great 👍 narrater.Score: 5/5

Gone off99% used to be a great listen but recently it has become so painfully “WOKE” it’s predictable and boring. Go back and listen to early eps then unsubscribe..Score: 1/5

Eclectic and funSo many topics, but all of them interesting and (mostly) fun. Just wouldn't miss a single one..Score: 5/5

Endlessly interestingLove this show..Score: 5/5

SublimeThis isn’t a podcast - it’s a worldview. Once you understand the 99PI perspective, you’ll see the whole world very differently. Thanks Roman..Score: 5/5

Great podcast❤️❤️❤️my son and I love your podcast.Score: 5/5

Finally drop of intelligenceAbsolutely amazing, finally podcast worth listening to. Intelligent, engaging, educational. Keep up your good work guys, we need you..Score: 5/5

Fantastic99% Invisible is one of - if not my actual - favorite podcasts. Interesting, well-told stories about the world around us. The variety of subjects is impressive. Beautifully put together, great music, amazing audio. I once heard someone say “I would listen to Stephen Fry read a phone book”; I feel the same way about Roman Mars every time I hear the intro. I have been listening since the episodes were in single digits. What I love most is that Roman and the team (and all of PRX) are truly international in stories, interviews, and producers. When I was an Australian living in the America, it was at first novel to hear an Australian story or voice. Now, I must admit I take it for granted but greatly appreciate the fact that 99PI genuinely is international. Well done! There truly is something g for everyone here..Score: 5/5

My. Favourite. Podcast. Ever.Not once have I ever thought that this podcast didn’t hit the mark. I love everything about it and listen to episodes more than once. Insightful, even-handed and eye-opening. Roman Mars also has a wonderful voice and I never tire of listening to him, regardless of the subject matter. Tick subscribe NOW! Andrea from Oz.Score: 5/5

Absolutely excellent!99PI is stunning. I love every episode I’ve listened to! 💕.Score: 5/5

Articles of interest seriesI loved Articles of Interest series, the format that it’s recorded in is really engaging and entertaining, the subjects are unusual and very evocative! I hope there will be more to come as I am absolutely hooked! More please!!!.Score: 5/5

Love this podcastCan’t tell you how much I love this podcast. And Roman Mars. What a brilliant human. Always interesting & thought provoking..Score: 5/5

WowThe things I have learned going to sleep! I find these so interesting and I always learn some random piece of knowledge. Good work to all who produce this podcast! My favorite podcast by far! Keep it up! \(^o^)/.Score: 5/5

What does it take to get 5 stars from anthropocene review?How is it that those fabulous cave paintings only got 4.5 stars? This man is funny and nice but represents the arts at its most indulgent.Score: 3/5

Love the show!Great podcast, but you already knew that..Score: 5/5

Had me in the first 5 minutesSo glad I found this podcast. Thought provoking and wisdom enhancing!.Score: 5/5

The gold standardThe combination of design, Roman’s ridiculously smooth tone, engaging stories and beautiful sound design...what more could you want from a podcast?.Score: 5/5

Housing firstThese episodes are top class thank you.Score: 5/5

Thank you ALL for such moving and intelligent podcasts99% invisible has been a standby podcast for me for some time. I’ve loved Articles of Interest and I’ve just found out that Avery Trufleman is about to leave. It moved me to write something to thank You all for such wonderful stories..Score: 5/5

My favorite podcastRobin could read a cookbook and I would love him but he has so much more than a great voice. I love his take on just about everything. I’ve always felt design was everywhere but the 99% team continually delight me. Too many favorites to list. Thank you thank you thank you.Score: 5/5

Probably my fave podcastAlways interesting and smart and unexpected and you can’t go wrong with Roman’s sexy giggle..Score: 5/5

One of the best podcasts on the webI was Roman Mars was my daddy.Score: 5/5

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FitfoodFJust saw this on Amazon: The Invisible Man (AmazonClassics Edition) by Wells, H. G. for $2.99… .Score: 5/5

ReluctantlyENewscomauHQ If we want to *control a virus* ... an "invisible-enemy" with a 99%+ survival rate that's spread by a… .Score: 5/5

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AndrewLibbEthanGSN He’s invisible 99.9% of the time, just what you want out of a first line winger..Score: 5/5

Slangcares"99% of who you are is invisible and untouchable." - R.Buckminster Fuller 📌.Score: 5/5

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99% Invisible Podcast Episodes

447- Flag Days: The Red, the Black & the Green

After Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin murdered George Floyd last year, tens of thousands of people all over the world took to the streets to protest police violence against Black people. And if you look at images from these marches, you will probably start to notice a common color scheme -- one involving a lot of red, black, and green.The flag was invented to unite Black people all over the world living under racial repression. When it first came into existence, the flag posed some bold questions about where Black people owed their loyalty: was it to the nations where their lives were demeaned and threatened? Or to a new nation - one they would build entirely for themselves? For hundreds of thousands of Black people, the red-black-and-green symbolized the answer.Flag Days: The Red, the Black & the Green

446- Flag Days: Good Luck, True South

Let us be the first to wish you a Happy Flag Day, beautiful nerds!  Anyone who has listened to 99% Invisible regularly knows we have a thing for flags, which can beautiful things that give communities something symbolic to rally around. This year, we decided to get the celebration started early then keep the party going with two whole weeks of flag-related stories.They look like normal Japanese flags (hinomaru) at a glance, but upon inspection, they are covered in handwritten notes often radiating outward in kanji from the central red circle (a sun against a field of white). Different messages are written in different hands directly on the fabric. These so-called "good luck flags" were gifted to soldiers, particularly during WWII, as part of a send-off from loved ones -- and their name in English comes from one of the most commonly written phrases on them: good luck.Antarctica is a wonderfully strange place, and not just because of its infamously frigid climate. This huge landmass doesn’t have an independent government or even a permanent human population. It also has a lot of flags, though strangely: no single official one.Flag Days: Good Luck, True South

445- The Clinch

After Producer Katie Mingle's mom wrote a romance novel, Katie set out to understand the romance genre and its classic covers. There was a lot to unpack. The Clinch

444- Pipe Dreams

Most people probably don't spend a lot of time thinking about their toilets, but they are both a modern marvel while also being somewhat of a failure of systems design. On the one hand, it has created a vast sanitation system that has helped add decades to human lifespan by reducing disease. But on the other hand, less than half of the world’s population can access a toilet that safely manages bodily waste, including many right here in the United States. We use about 100 trillion gallons of water for toilets every year at a time when water is becoming more scarce. While we see radical technological change in almost every other aspect of our lives, we remain stuck in a sanitation status quo—in part because the topic of toilets is taboo.Pipe Dreams

443- Matters of Time

For the most part, we take time for granted; maybe we don’t have enough of it, but we at least know how it works --- well, most of the time. A lot of what we think about time is relatively recent, and some of what we take for granted isn't quite as universal as one might think. This series of time-centric stories challenges what you know (or think you know) about the way time works around the world.Matters of Time

442- Tanz Tanz Revolution

Today, Berlin is one of the premier destinations for techno music fans. People come from all over the world to party all night to the rhythmic beat of Berlin's club scene. And this music that the city is most famous for developed in large part because of the thing the city is most infamous for: the Berlin wall, which divided the city into east and west for almost thirty years. When the wall fell in 1989, everyone was euphoric and parties started popping up everywhere. East Berlin was like a big playground of derelict buildings. It wasn't just the abandoned apartments. There were also former military sites and factories that had been shut down and buildings that had been condemned. And these places were perfect for techno.Tanz Tanz Revolution 

441- Abandoned Ships

If you look around you right now, about 90% of what you’re looking at came to you onboard a cargo ship—your television, your sofa, most of the stuff in your kitchen. But as the number of these cargo ships has increased, so has a problem: workers stuck on ships that have been completely abandoned by the owners, leaving them stranded out at sea without basic supplies like food. In some cases, seafarers (that's the industry term for cargo ship workers) have been stuck on these abandoned vessels without enough supplies for months, or even years.Abandoned ShipsThis episode was produced in collaboration with the podcast Kerning Cultures, a podcast that makes audio stories - like this one - from the Middle East and North Africa.

308- Curb Cuts

If you live in an American city and you don’t personally use a wheelchair, it's easy to overlook the small ramp at most intersections, between the sidewalk and the street. Today, these curb cuts are everywhere, but fifty years ago -- when an activist named Ed Roberts was young -- most urban corners featured a sharp drop-off, making it difficult for him and other wheelchair users to get between blocks without assistance. Curb Cuts Plus a special announcement from Roman Mars about the future of 99pi

440- La Brega in Levittown

On the show this week, we’re bringing you an episode of a new podcast called, La Brega. And to tell us all about the series is Alana Casanova-Burgess. Casanova-Burgess traces back the story of the boom and bust of Levittown, a massive suburb that was founded on the idea of bringing the American middle-class lifestyle to Puerto Rico during a time of great change on the island. Casanova-Burgess (herself the granddaughter of an early Levittown resident) explores what the presence of a Levittown in Puerto Rico tells us about the promises of the American Dream in Puerto Rico. La Brega in Levittown Subscribe to La Brega on Sitcher, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify

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