Knit to This
Podcasts, audiobooks, and music.
Always good company.
Music to accompany the high drama of an assistant’s commute to Manhattan.
An interview with Bruce Springsteen by someone who first saw him when he was an opening act.
A podcast about the mysteries of English.
In the South, food and history overlap in a particularly stunning way. John T. Edge has endless appetite for it.
Good old-fashioned storytelling on the radio.
Music to soothe savage commuter: a gorgeous, superfamous symphony.
A podcast that is always worthwhile gives knitters a great interview with Jen and Jim Arnall-Culliford of A Year of Techniques.
For anyone who makes stuff—knitter, designer, writer—this conversation will give you a ton to think about.
Norm Wilner’s conversations with filmmakers and other insiders about movies they love, but had no hand in making. Prenez vos mouchoirs!
An addicting podcast about starting a new business. The thrill of funding! The agony of a bad pitch!
A current-events podcast that entertains and elucidates.