In our special holiday bonus episode, Jay is joined by 3 Clips producers Cherie Turner and Andrea Muraskin, where they each gift one memorable clip from a show they love to the group -- then dissect it together.
The group talks about developing and capturing strong characters when you create nonfiction shows ... playing with form and taking risks with what a podcast should actually sound like ... and how to end episodes strong ... and more!
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INSIDE THIS EPISODE:
Andrea's clip was from this episode of Radio Diaries: https://www.radiodiaries.org/walter-backerman-seltzer-man/
Cherie's clip was from this episode of The Allusionist: https://www.theallusionist.org/allusionist/tag/Imagine
Jay's clip was from this episode of Radiolab: https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/radiolab/episodes/91569-memory-and-forgetting
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