Neophile is Indianapolis artists Jedediah Johnson and Paul Hayes. For this show we interview a guest about a favorite thing of theirs that we've never tried. Then we go do that thing and get back together with the guest to discuss our experience.
Chuck Tingle – Neophile Ep. 11
In this Epsiode Mel brings us Chuck Tingle, a Sci Fi author who also loves gay sex scenes. Its the first episode of a new format for us! We brought in a panel to have a little book club. Brady and Ally joined our discussion.
Jonathan Livingston Seagull and Death – Neophile Ep. 010
In this very special season finale, Jedediah talks to Ryan about an inspiration book about a seagull and the time she died for 4 minutes. It's a must-listen pobcast!
Alanna: The First Adventure – Neophile Ep. 009
In this episode Paul interviews Hanna about a book that shaped her as a youth. And in preparation for the end of the season, Paul and Jed decide to visit a couple of random Indiana locations.
RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 4: Neophile Ep. 008
This week Jedediah and Mel talk about a hell of a season of television. Also, soul food, whales, The 10 Commandments, and an announcement about the rest of season 1 of Neophile!
Tale of Sand – Neophile Ep. 007
In this episode, Jedediah is left to his own devices to interview Lee about a comic titled Tale of Sand. We hope you enjoy it!
Prince and Billy – Neophile Ep. 006
This week Jedediah interviews friend of the pod, Brady about a favorite Prince bootleg. Also we go to another Indianapolis Soul Food Restaurant and Jed tries to convince Paul to watch Naqoyqatsi. Spoiler alert: It goes great.
Consistent Fun With Lots of Variety
Super enjoyable podcast. Great job, fellas! FYI, American Movie is my favorite documentary of all-time, so it was nice to hear Jed break it down. Hopefully someday Paul will change his mind and watch it. Truly unique and remarkable. Charming but sneakily moving.
Lovely concept with lovely hosts
The enthusiasm is always at the surface, as these hosts seem so affable and enjoyable to talk to. And they genuinely seem to want to enjoy the things their interview subjects clearly enjoy. Neophile is a lovely example that there's still good in the world, even when it's easy to forget that fact. -- N.E.