Summary: Kevin Porter loves podcasts–he’s created a couple successful ones himself! He’s setting out to get inside the heads of his fellow podcasters, learning how their shows were made and revisiting some highs and lows from their beginnings.
In the season finale of Inside Voices Kevin sits down with his former Gilmore Guys co-host Demi Adejuyigbe to talk all about appetizers vs the main course, the duality of the internet, and the merit of private artistic expressions.
In this episode Kevin sits down with Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman (Call Your Girlfriend) to talk all about creating new vocabularies, the undue scrutiny of female voices in podcasting, and the value of having a “big friendship”.
Kevin sits down with Culture Kings co-host Jacquis Neal to talk about code switching, the comfort of Chicago, and difference between responsibility and obligation to speak.
Kevin sits down with Off Book co-host Jessica McKenna to talk about not settling for cheap comedy tricks, authentic optimism, and the necessity of frivolity.
Kevin sits down with Scam Goddess host Laci Mosley to talk all about carving out the space you want to be in, undermining expectations, and what can be learned from white cheerleaders.
Kevin sits down with Gaby Dunn to talk all about queer voices, the vulnerability of money, and using podcasts as a legacy diary
In this episode Kevin sits down with Travis McElroy (My Brother, My Brother And Me! The Adventure Zone!) to talk about voice as identity, owning your imperfections, and what responsibility to your audience looks like.
Kevin sits down with Nick Wiger (Doughboys! How Did This Get Played!) to talk all about the technical craft of hosting, doing conflict on air, and what the value of writing for television in light of podcast success.
In this episode Kevin sits down with Jackie Johnson to talk about the novelty of a surprising voice, and beauty as a gateway to self-acceptance, and hosting a live show in your apartment.
This week Kevin sits down with Jon Gabrus to talk all about podcasts as social pretense, the value of direct audience support, and how to maintain any motivation at all during quarantine.
This week Kevin sits down with Lauren Lapkus to talk all about transitioning from character voices to her own, handling feedback well, and finding meaning in podcasts during quarantine times.
We're back! This week Kevin sits down with Glen Weldon from NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour. Together they discuss NPR aesthetics, queer identity, and the difference between good critique and bad critique. Follow Glen Weldon on Twitter! Help the show by giving it a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts!
This week Kevin sits down with Griffin Newman from the Blank Check podcast. Together they talk about learning to love your voice when you don't love how you look, letting an audience tell you what they like about you, and how great thoughtfulness is the key to creating unhinged goofiness. Follow Griffin Newman on Twitter! Help the show by giving it a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts!
This week Kevin sits down with Alex Goldman from Reply All. Alex has a voice and career marked by curiosity. Together him and Kevin talk about what it means to work well with a partner, why doing a labor intensive show is still rewarding, and reveal the special secret method for handling negative feedback. Follow Alex on Twitter! Help the show by giving it a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts!
This week Kevin sits down with Emily VanDerWerff. As the host of “Primetime” and “I Think You’re Interesting”, Emily had one kind of relationship with her voice. But since coming out as trans, Emily has had to reconcile her new normal, learning to speak and love what she sounds like all over again. Follow Emily on Twitter and Instagram Follow Kevin on Twitter and Instagram Help the show by giving it a 5-star rating on iTunes!