36 episodes

This podcast puts you in touch with great artists who make great work. What they do helps us live richer and deeper lives.

@ Sea With Justin McRoberts @ Sea With Justin McRoberts

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 34 Ratings

This podcast puts you in touch with great artists who make great work. What they do helps us live richer and deeper lives.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

sarlinz ,

One of my favs

The start of the third season of this podcast jumps right back into the depth it started from with a cut-to-the-quick kind of conversation about justice, mercy, power, race...all the things we need to have conversations about. I’ve listened through the first 2 seasons, and that’s what I love most about this podcast. It’s about real situations and artistry that have important impacts for all of us in community together and it challenges us as listeners to continue learning, to create, to speak up, and do something beyond simply being informed.

It’s also encouraging to hear the stories of Justin’s guests who are people in all sorts of areas of expertise and status in life with one main thing in common — they are all people of passion who aren’t willing to just sit and watch the world spin. I love that this show isn’t just about one genre or one topic, but multiple conversations that overlap and all matter in our current culture and climate. They are all people worth learning from to say the least, and Justin leads the shows with great guiding questions and insight so I come away from each episode feeling connected to their stories and with a desire to dig deeper.

Christian-stone ,

Engaging and Inspiring

Refreshing to hear honest conversations, with thoughtful questions and great content. Just found this through the Ryan O'Neal interview, but I'm hooked!

Geek comment : I do think the audio could be compressed a bit more so that the audio is louder and voices clearer while out and about, but even still turn it up and give a listen.

NaomiLaViolette ,

Naomi LaViolette

Just listened to the podcast with Ryan O'Neil of Sleeping At Last. This was such a gift to me, as a songwriter. Ryan's songwriting always inspires me and gives me chills. His combination of melancholy and hope with lush string arrangements and piano is incredible. Justin McRoberts, thank you for sharing this conversation.

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