80 episodes

Each week, hosts Joe Santagato and Greg Dybec have an anonymous phone call with a stranger they found on the Internet. You never know what topics will be discussed and what stories will be shared.

Other People’s Lives Other People’s Lives

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 1.7K Ratings

Each week, hosts Joe Santagato and Greg Dybec have an anonymous phone call with a stranger they found on the Internet. You never know what topics will be discussed and what stories will be shared.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
1.7K Ratings

1.7K Ratings

AndreaScelso ,

Changed my life

Joe has been an influencer in my life for years since his basement improv videos to, other people’s lives and the basement yard. I love to be able to sit in my bed or able to drive and listen to the podcasts. This has been an outlet for me in such an amazing and exciting way. I love this podcast and how it’s to raw and real. 5/5 stars for so much talent.

Jkl1289 ,

Funny, Interesting, Touching, Real Interviews

The hosts are Greg & Joe. They’re two down to earth guys that are open to all types of people, non judgmental, funny and they are genuinely curious. They have a conversational approach with their guests where they ask questions and let the guests tell their story while giving them plenty of time to talk as well as going with the flow of the conversation instead of sticking to an agenda. The episode is a phone call with the two guys and the guest. The guests are all types, ranging from mental struggles, sexual encounters, relationships, health conditions, prison and the list keeps growing. Sorry this is long but I wanted to give a special shout out to the man who identifies as a sex addict. I really connected to what you spoke about; not necessarily the sex part but how the depression guilt and shame fueled your actions. There are a lot of us that know exactly how that feels and you can only deeply understand it if you’ve been there. You sound like an awesome guy and I’m so happy you’re finding you’re way out of the woods these days. Thanks for sharing, I was having a hard day, then I heard the episode and it helped me to feel a little less lost and reminded me of the power of human connection. Honesty hides more often than not today but by everyone sharing their stories on here you’re 💯 helping someone out there I guarantee it! Much love, hope your fan base continues to grow J & G! 💛

GabPar15 ,

Good but also only ok...

Love how they empathically discuss different perspectives from other people’s lives. However, when it’s bad audio on the side of the interviewee it’s a major turnoff to the show. And sometimes it feels like the interviewee just goes on these rants that don’t really make sense. Like the person who says her family lied about who her mother is. It didn’t really give a good insight about this person’s perspective, it’s just so all over the place. Maybe vet the interviewees better.

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