Here are some audio stories I recommend, because they're so timelessly good.
When this revival series got the Netflix makeover, polished for international appeal, did Borgen lose touch with its feminine side?
The first season of The Cleaner is the perfect binge on rainy weekends.
Here is an unfinished collection of audio stories featuring aspects of Japan, people and things Japanese.
I usually get the Amy/Tina wit, but was royally disappointed with this one...
About five years ago, I KonMaried my underwear drawer and now all my knickers maintain vertical integrity. And yes, I experience joy every time I open my drawer.
I think Sex in Japan: Dying for Company is a compassionate and insightful look at today's Japan.
These three plays by South Asian diaspora playwrights Sonal Moore, Kevin Bathman and Roanna Gonsalves are so precious, and resonated with me.
GLOW is fabulous entertainment with crisp, witty dialogue and unexpectedly affecting poignant moments. Yet GLOW avoids being too earnestly up its own arse by being fun and just downright silly most of the time.
Unlike many of my esteemed radio producer colleagues, I really liked the six part podcast series Missing Richard Simmons by Dan Taberski.