Danniele Livengood, Iszi Lawrence and Kathy Campbell gather around the podcasting fire to talk about their origin story, the differences between the US and the UK, and…just listen to it, ok? It’s a good one.
Kathy. Kathy, Tiff. Kathy, Tiff, and Scott. Kathy, Tiff, and Scott get together to talk about comedy, ego, radio and the origins of podcasting. In the Bonus, Tiff and Scott have a reference-off.
Kathy, Heather, and Ted discuss podcasts large and small, and they get into the holiday spirit with the bonus FIYE question, served with a dollop of extra cheese.
J. Keith van Straaten, Marc Gallivan and Kathy Campbell gab about traveling with friends in your ears, the magical and unexpected reach of podcasting and the freedoms it affords, both for listeners and creators.
Breana, Courtney and Kathy talk about their infancies as a podcaster and draw on the seemingly inevitable venn diagram of the romance genre, true crime podcasts, and the Pacific Northwest. Represent!
Kathy, Sara-Mae and Zoë pore over their shared passion for the romance genre, elucidate the topic of sugar babies, and take a confused gander at their favorite emojis.
Kathy, Allyson, and Vanessa get together to geek out about their favorite podcasts, some tv shows and each other, as well as delve headfirst but always from a safe podcasting distance into the thorny lands of true crime, religion and Incels.
Kathy, Chris, and Skye get together to discuss making something for you and you alone, how being a small player in the medium works, the transition from radio to podcasting, and a very great FIYE Bonus.
Kathy, Katie and Victoria chat about the magic of podcasting with people spread around the world, the importance of staying informed, the sad sad state of the world, the terrible school districts for houseboats, and the staircase logistics for lighthouses. Extra bonus: what Taylor Swift album is the best? (spoilers, it’s 1989).
Kathy has Liz and Tiney over, and they discuss true crime investigations in podcasts, the moving, intimate power of the medium and the advantage of podcasting about your work.
David and Josh join Kathy to chat podcasting with friends and loved ones, comedy, horror and the intersections in between.
The fan-fiction is strong in this one, as Kathy is joined by the fantastic Delayne Buranek and Erica KD. They chat about Wynonna Earp, community, writing versus podcasting and queer culture.
Listen to Kathy’s new friends Javier Matusevich and Kevin Olenick as they talk about their favorite podcasts, the “Friends In Your Ears affect” and a very special FIYEBonus question.
In this episode, Kathy talks to Sam and Sarah about how doing laundry in a deep, dark basement makes you want to start listening to podcasts, some cross stitch projects, and a Delores Umbridge dunk tank. Oh, and a ton of podcasts that they love to listen to too.
Kathy is joined by two amazing women from the Lady Pod Squad this fornight: Carolyn Kiel and Diana Rojek-Skonnord. They talk about the different paths into podcasts, listening to podcasts in the same niche as theirs and also their favorite podcasts. We also have a very intense discussion about pillow positioning.
Kathy is joined by two bird fans: Mark Bramhill and Suzy Buttress to talk about birds and ttechnology, podcasting networks, the joy of listeners and being a fan. Oh, and their favorite podcasts too.
Join Kathy while she talks to Molly Woodstock and Renee Powers about Parasocial Relationships and the magic of podcasting with it. We also talk about Trash Garbage media, how important it is to have this intimate media of podcasting, as well as all the usual questions about listening and starting podcasts. We also finish it up with a very serious #FIYEbonud question about teeth.
For this week’s episode, in honor of The Incomparable Membership Drive, I’m giving you last year’s submission. It’s the pilot episode with two amazing people: Allison Truj and Brian Hamilton. I hope you enjoy!
This fortnight, Kathy is joined by Anže Tomić and David Sparks to talk about their podcast history, the shows they make and the ones they love to listen to. There is also talk about miniature golf and donuts, like you do.
This episode, Kathy is joined by Annette Wierstra and Heidi Bennett to talk about podcasts, as well as creativity and podcasts that you listen to for comfort, as well as to learn. We also talk about some scary things that have haunted us as a child.
At PodCon 1, Friends In Your Ears was born. This year, I wanted to do something special with some attendees at PodCon 2 and find out what they were currently listening to in their podcast app of choice.
January 25, 2019 • 13 minutes • Kathy Campbell
This week, Matthew Cassinelli and Merlin Mann join Kathy to talk about being vulnerable, the Little Worlds of podcasting, traffic, MLMs, cleaning up with sparking joy and oh yeah, their favorite podcasts too. Plus, the bonus question this week will make you want to contact your local toy stores.
This week, Andy Nelson and Shelly Brisbin join Kathy to talk about all sorts of great podcast, including sharing a love of Hollywood and old movies. We also have a very serious #FIYEBonus question.
For episode 20, Kathy is joined by Andrew Carroll and Moisés Chiullan to talk about all sorts of podcasts. Get ready for a WHOPPER of an episode with a magical list of podcasts. We also talk about the greatest nerd sin for our bonus topic.
This week, Kathy is joined by Jeremy Salmon and Josh Weaver. We discuss airport and city codes, lots of movies and talk about an early accomplishment. Oh yeah, and podcasts too!
Join Kathy with Nikki Groom and Pete Wright - we discuss #ConsentPodcasting, the business of podcasting, how podcasts have changed over time and a great bonus question - learn why not to get in a fight with Nikki and why you should take Pete to Korea!
And don’t forget to tweet your Bonus Question with #FIYEbonus to get your question asked to the guests!
This fortnight, join Kathy and two more of Myke’s cohosts - Casey Liss and Matt Alexander. We talk about listening to podcasts, making podcasts and the podcasts that they love to listen to AND the first time that the bonus question is answered for the other guest!
This week, Kathy is joined by two podcasting powerhouses: Brad Dowdy and Jason Snell. We talk about how they started podcasts (spoiler alert: they both now do podcasts with people that inspired them to start!), podcasts that they love and sports ball. Additionally, it’s time for Jason to get a little bit emotional.
Kathy is joined by an Oracle and a Viking this fortnight. Kara Lensmeyer and Nils the Red talk about how they started listening to podcasts, and what made them start recording. We also discuss how the rest of the world learns English and shed a tear for our love for Jason Snell.
Kathy is joined this fortnight by Joe Rosensteel and Mikey Bouck. We talk about tech beginnings, sports and music, plus the first listener submitted question for the bonus round!
Submit your own question for my guests by tweeting with the hashtag #FIYEBonus.
Join Kathy as she chats with Rosemary Orchard and Scott McNulty about their podcast history, and their favorite podcasts. We also discuss world peace and chocolate and using less CO2, like you do!
This fortnight, Kathy is joined by Mikah and Tom to talk about their history of podcasts, what got them started making podcasts and their favorite podcasts, plus a discussion about podcast numbers, and reasons to do a podcast. We also figure out how countries will settle their differences when wars are abolished.
Kathy is joined by Julia Skott and Shannon Sudderth to talk all about podcasts, including what exactly a podcast is, their history and favorite podcasts, plus a fun bonus question involving animals and the failure of our robot overlords.
Excited to be back from maternity leave, Kathy talks to David Vox Mullen and Tony Sindelar about Dungeons and Dragons, Mike Rowe and other delightful podcasts!
If these episodes were named after quotes from the episode, this show would be called “Taking down Bambi in a cage match”. But it’s not, so you’ll have to listen to find out what Glenn, Quinn and Kathy are talking about. With lots of great podcast discussion in between!
This fortnight, Kathy is joined by Iain MacKinnon and Jack Chuter to talk about their history in podcasting and their favorite podcasts. Additionally, we discover a connection between TV shows and podcasts, how to get onto a television show as a podcaster plus the most American thing they’ve ever done.
Hanging out with Kathy this week is Dan Moren and Stephen Hackett. Get ready to learn a secret about Dan’s podcast listening and learn something surprising about Stephen’s podcast history. Also, learn what music they would have playing in their cars when in a high speed chase - plus who would be chasing who!
Kathy is joined by Christine Tremoulet and Jean MacDonald to talk about some fun podcast history, new podcasts to discover and the journey of making it to where they are in podcast land. Additionally, find out what historical event they would want to witness what actually happened - the newest Plane Crash Corner?
This episode, Kathy is joined by Aleen Simms and Heather Rivard to talk about their podcasting journeys. Lots of strong women’s roles, happy conversations about their love of John Siracusa and what sport they would medal in in the Mundane Olympics!
Kathy hangs out with Alex Cox and Myke Hurley and discover many similarities between how they started listening to podcasts, how they got started with podcasts, and tried to shut down each others admiration of the other’s podcasts. They also had to choose an enemy’s household item to start screaming. BONUS: Young Myke sent audio in to a podcast. Hear Alex and Kathy completely lose it laughing.
Kathy is joined across the pond by Antony Johnston and James Thomson and has a definitely NOT depressing episode about their history of listening to podcasts, how they got started making podcasts, their favorite podcast and a conversation about destroyed items of clothing.
Kathy talks to David J Loehr and Erika Ensign about their history of listening to podcasts, how they got started making podcasts, their favorite podcast AND have a discussion about frozen desserts, flavors and their toppings.
This episode, Kathy talks to Kelly Guimont and Monty Ashley about their history of listening to podcasts, how they got started making podcasts, their favorite podcast AND what name they would choose if they had to go into Witness Protection.