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HODINKEE Radio is a weekly podcast brought to you by HODINKEE—the world's preeminent resource for vintage and modern wristwatch enthusiasts. While, sure, this is a watch podcast, it's not just a podcast about watches. It's a podcast about people. Join host Stephen Pulvirent and the rest of the HODINKEE editors for conversations with a rotating cast of writers, actors, creative directors, musicians, watch dealers, entrepreneurs, chefs, designers, and more.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 104 Ratings

HODINKEE Radio is a weekly podcast brought to you by HODINKEE—the world's preeminent resource for vintage and modern wristwatch enthusiasts. While, sure, this is a watch podcast, it's not just a podcast about watches. It's a podcast about people. Join host Stephen Pulvirent and the rest of the HODINKEE editors for conversations with a rotating cast of writers, actors, creative directors, musicians, watch dealers, entrepreneurs, chefs, designers, and more.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
104 Ratings

104 Ratings

Dutch telly rubble ,

Great work!

Listened for a while now and have always enjoyed tuning in during my commute, only now leaving a review as I need to point out how fantastic the new format is, great work! Keep it up.

C. Rizzle ,

More watches...

Really enjoy the pod and think it’s well produced and presented but I do find myself skipping through when conversations drift away from watches. Think the pod would be better served by sticking to the main topic we come to Hodinkee for

Caravaggio1968 ,

The strong versus the weak!

A great job HODINKEE team and esp Stephen P for a great first year. Well, a very good first year. The weak episodes make it a very good year as opposed to great. The strong were really strong and were marked out by the articulate guess such as Matt Jacobsen, Jean Claude Biver and George Glasgow. The weak episodes were thankfully few but they were not worthy of such a series. The Cara Barrett episode was the low point. When asked about special auction experiences the opportunity for useful and “insider” insights were squandered by her inability to articulate an answer. “like it was like crazy like...” was insulting to HODINKEE listeners. This is so unfortunate when you consider how few women guests have been on the show so far. Not blaming the guest - blaming the show for being less critical of guest choice. A lovely person and colleague isn’t necessarily an interesting interviewee. Anyway, for every one who thinks like I do someone else will think these episodes are refreshing and adding to the mix. Point being you will never please everybody so keep up the good work Team Hodinkee.

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