Surprisingly Awesome

A show that delves into topics that seem mundane, annoying and sometimes downright boring - to reveal that they're surprisingly awesome.

https://gimletmedia.com/show/surprisingly-awesome/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 35m. Bisher sind 32 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein zweiwöchentlich erscheinender Podcast
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The Lo Life


Gimlet Media has a new podcast all about the beautiful and complicated dimensions of Black life. It's called The Nod, and it's hosted by best friends (and Blackness' biggest fans) Eric Eddings and Brittany Luse. In this episode, Eric tells Brittany all about his love for Polo Ralph Lauren—and the story of one group of boosters in Brooklyn who took their own love for Polo to another level.


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 2017-10-06  24m
 
 

The Hide Rug of the Plant World


A taste of Gimlet's newest offering, Every Little Thing


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 2017-04-25  11m
 
 

A Message from Gimlet CEO Alex Blumberg


A goodbye from Surprisingly Awesome. And hello to Every Little Thing.


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 2017-04-12  3m
 
 

Update


Where we've been, where we're going


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 2017-01-20  22m
 
 

Your Holiday Binge Listen


Hey Surprisingly Awesome listeners - we think you'll love binge listening to Homecoming, a non-fiction thriller from Gimlet Media.


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 2016-12-22  20m
 
 

Surprise Surprise!


Introducing Undone, the podcast that shows you what happens after the spotlight fades.


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 2016-11-21  23m
 
 

#23 The Wedding


Something borrowed, something blue, something that explains why weddings look the way they do.


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 2016-10-19  40m
 
 

#22 Wedding Planning


This week: It's awesome in the sacred sense - but stressful in the practical sense.


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 2016-10-05  37m
 
 

#21 Postal Addresses


4 billion people in the world don't have standard addresses - so how do they get mail?


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 2016-09-21  46m
 
 

#20 Crying


You cry when you DON'T want to; you can't cry when you DO want to. Tim Manley, literally the creator of "The Feels" helps us explore why we cry.


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 2016-09-07  45m