Ep 10: To BTB or not to BTB?

That really is the question. We ask it almost every day. Not whether or not to make this podcast. We love this podcast. But we often find ourselves wondering if we’ve taken the ‘see the other side’ concept too far. What do you think?


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Hey there!

Hope you’re doing well!

I just wanted to tell you about this cool new podcast I found. It’s called Breaking the Bubble, and it’s all about bridging the ever-growing gaps in our media landscape.

Two Northwestern University graduates – Eunice Ro and Priyanka Tilve – started the project initially as a response to polarisation in the US after the 2016 presidential election. But given that Eunice lives in Paris and Priyanka lives in Doha, the podcast has expanded out to international themes and more sociological analysis.

They’ve explored the role of humour in media, the importance of recognizing confirmation bias, and what it’s like to be a spokesperson for your community.

So I just thought you might be interested in checking out their work. You can find them on Facebook or the iOS podcast app – or follow them directly on their website to get reminders whenever they post a new episode.

Eunice and Priyanka are always looking for feedback and episode suggestions, so feel free to message them on any of those platforms or email them at breakingthebubblepodcast@gmail.com!

Thanks, and hope you like the podcast as much as I do 🙂

 

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