Interview with ‘Heavyweight’ Host Jonathan Goldstein

August 11th, 2017

Join the Rockology’s Peter Kreten on Wednesday August 16 at 2pmCST to hear his conversation with podcaster Jonathan Goldstein. Goldstein got his start in audio storytelling working on the highly successful NPR series ‘This American Life’ with Ira Glass. For eleven seasons he was also the host of his own successful series WireTap which aired on the CBC.

Goldstein is currently working on a new series from Gimlet Media called ‘Heavyweight’ which explores “what might of happened if you had acted”. In their conversation, Goldstein discusses how he first became interested in audio storytelling, his WireTap days, his current work on Heavyweight, and his views on the current state of radio.

Here is our interview with Jonathan Goldstein

 

Check out some of our favorite episodes from season 1 of Heavyweight before the interview on Wednesday.

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