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. Dieser Podcast erscheint jede zweite Woche
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 06 October 2017  24m
 
 

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 25 April 2017  11m
 
 

A Message from Gimlet CEO Alex Blumberg


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


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 12 April 2017  3m
 
 

Update


Where we've been, where we're going


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 20 January 2017  22m
 
 

Your Holiday Binge Listen


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 22 December 2016  20m
 
 

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


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 21 November 2016  23m
 
 

#23 The Wedding


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


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 19 October 2016  40m
 
 

#22 Wedding Planning


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


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 05 October 2016  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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 21 September 2016  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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 07 September 2016  45m