65 episodes

Named a best new podcast of 2016 by The New York Times, NPR, Huffington Post and iTunes. Andrea Silenzi speaks with friends, experts, and guys in bars about where love, dating and sex meets technology. The show tells the stories about relationships often blurring the lines between memoir, documentary, and fiction.

Why Oh Why Panoply

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 5 Ratings

Named a best new podcast of 2016 by The New York Times, NPR, Huffington Post and iTunes. Andrea Silenzi speaks with friends, experts, and guys in bars about where love, dating and sex meets technology. The show tells the stories about relationships often blurring the lines between memoir, documentary, and fiction.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Spike_for_pm ,

Easily my favourite podcast

My only criticism of why oh why is that I wish there were more episodes. I have a boring job and podcasts get me through my working week. I'm also from New Zealand, which isn't exactly the most happening place. Andrea's podcasts have become my go-to on long walks and long hours at work. I almost feel as if Andrea is one of my best friends, with the slight issue that we have never met. Listen to this podcast and if you are lucky, like me, it will become one of your favourite things. I honestly refer to advice I heard on this podcast almost daily. For example- when getting into something new I tell myself to go in slowly like guacamole. Just do it. This is the best, forget the rest (jk but this podcast is ace fantastic).

Occasionallyhilarious ,

Seriously good!

As an avid podcast listener I can be pretty quick to give up on podcasts but this is the podcast that just keeps on giving! Even in the weeks when things are live due to the lack of time to construct an edited episode, Andrea completely owns it and is totally upfront and honest through out the entire process. Seriously seriously good. P.S. Matthew and James from NZ in episode #27, here's another NZ fan :)

Splitter! ,

Properly, properly good show.

This is a superb show. It pretty much has it all -- great characters; entertaining stories; spotless production. The host, Andrea Silenzi, is especially delightful. She makes the show. Which makes sense, because it's her show. To put it in simple terms, this is a plus-plus show for plus-plus times. Enjoy.

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