16 episodes

The long overdue cultural education of a queer pastor's kid.

The Re-Education of Hazel Tart Hazel Tart

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 14 Ratings

The long overdue cultural education of a queer pastor's kid.

    15. King of the Hill

    15. King of the Hill

    This week Hazel sits down once again with Jeremy Kerr. This time they're learning about the animated sitcom, King of the Hill. 
    Twitter Post-Show Discussion Thread
    Go say hi to my teacher!
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    Music By Anna Bosnick

    • 24 min
    14. Third Eye Blind

    14. Third Eye Blind

    This week, Hazel sits down with Stormageddon to learn about Third Eye Blind. 
    Twitter Post-Show Discussion Thread
    Spotify Playlist of the Homework
    Go say hi to my teacher!
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    Music By Anna Bosnick

    • 48 min
    13. Batman: The Animated Series

    13. Batman: The Animated Series

    This week, Hazel sits down with Uncle Yo and Cat for a lesson in Batman: The Animated Series.
    Twitter Post-Show Discussion Thread
    Thanks to my teachers: Uncle Yo & Cat!
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    Music By Anna Bosnick

    • 40 min
    12. Spice World

    12. Spice World

    This week, Hazel sits down with Raina Sinclair for a lesson in the wild ride that is the Spice World Movie.
    Twitter Post-Show Discussion Thread
    Go say hi to my teacher!
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    Music By Anna Bosnick

    • 30 min
    11. Elaine Stritch

    11. Elaine Stritch

    This week, Hazel sits down with Viktor Devonne to learn about the legend, Elaine Stritch. 
    CW: Brief discussion around suicide. Skip from 20:00 to 21:30 to avoid. 
    Twitter Post-Show Discussion Thread
    Go say hi to my teacher!
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    Music By Anna Bosnick

    • 41 min
    10. Radiohead

    10. Radiohead

    This week, Hazel sits down with musician Anna Bosnick to learn about one of her favorite bands: Radiohead. 
    Twitter Post-Show Discussion Thread
    Go say hi to my teacher!
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    Music By Anna Bosnick

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

viktordevonne ,

Delightful, charming, and inviting!

One of the great pleasures is introducing someone to your favorite things, and Hazel Tart is the perfect candidate. Self recognized as pop culturally behind, if not absent most of their life, they are now making up for lost time with homework assignments from eager friends and colleagues. Hazel is just as interested, genuinely curious, to hear about the topics at hand— which refreshingmy results in a non-manufacturered, unrehearsed discussion of some of the major (and admittedly minor) media hits of this century. Each episode concludes with Hazel’s honest, unbiased conclusion to these offerings, so see if they now dig your favorite after all!

Thrak the Cyclops ,

Pleasantly Informative

Hazel is a silly, whimsical host.
The guests are just fans.
Rather than a Wikipedia article, this is just why people moved what they grew up listening to and watching. It makes me feel warm listening to people light up over their favorite things.

Brandonious82 ,

Snaps for Hazel Tart

Hazel is the nerd that makes it ok to feel dumb. In the speed of light meme-ability culture we’re drag racing through, missing a reference or not knowing a famous quote can make one feel left out. Hazel’s openness and humor and curiosity are so winning, I feel like I’m seeing old favourites for the first time. Keep on trickin’ y’ old Tart!

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