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Interviews with Historians about their New Books

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    • 4.0, 88 Ratings

Interviews with Historians about their New Books

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4.0 out of 5
88 Ratings

88 Ratings

t78tt.r ,

Unprofessional production quality but saved by the topics

The production values of many of the podcasts leave a lot to be desired and in a few instances make them unlistenable. I wish that a certain amount of effort was put forth to have the podcasts recorded in a more professional manner after all no matter how great the topic or author if you can't control the quality of the medium it's a waste.

thforsto ,

Underwhelming at best

The sound quality is erratic and usually lousy. The interviewer(s) often seem, well, clueless despite their academic credentials. I gave up after struggling to listen to an author’s answer while the interviewer practiced guitar in the background.

Seattlemkp ,

Great books, abysmal production values

I read about this podcast on my alumni magazine and was so looking forward to it. When I read the list of titles and authors featured I got even more excited. But, when I started to listen I was very disappointed in the other disregard for producing quality audio in a day and age when it’s not so difficult.Please please please invest in the software you need to make Skype interviews so good.

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