He makes Richard Simmons sound butch. Why did banks make half-million dollar loans to people without jobs or income? This point I'm less concerned about as I get the point of the podcast is to appeal to the masses and in particular people who care heavily about money, who tend to be older and more reserved. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, and she published a memoir called. Listeners like and trust hosts. White House Correspondent Scott Horsley - I don't know where to begin. Glad I'm not the only one annoyed by this. There's a woman who sounds like she's always got hard candy in her mouth and she makes odd pauses and reads her news updates all jerky-like.
Coming from established shows with built-in audiences, Mr. Eleanor Beardsley: she lives in freakin' Paris, and sounds like a bored, self-satisfied hick! She so desparately wants to have a Paul Harvey like catch phrase associated with her. I actually just sent an email to the broadcast's inbox. Other data as of Aug. Ira explains that today's show lays out how the finance guys and the people facing foreclosure are connected by a chain of middlemen, and that together, they all brought about the current housing and credit crisis.
Why is he in a position to teach students? I was shocked to find out he was straight. She was talking about Judge Sonia sotamayor the other day and went off pronouncing it all stupid fast and Spanish full douche and I thought she just switched to Spanish entirely during that sentence. In the end, we sold 25,000. She's so awful that you can't pay attention long enough to even know what her topic is. There is something lyrical to his voice. It is so annoying that I have to change radio stations.
Her real job is working in Listener Services. Great content, goofy, off-putting format. Don't even get me started on their news shows musical themes. Love the content of the podcasts, but the hosts drive me insane. No one has mentioned Alison Aubrey.
At one point in the season, Mr. She needs to get in on the vocal fry thing. Still a great show, but it suffers without a familiar voice on Sunday mornings. She sounds like a super aggro Rashida Jones, or like some agressive punk kid getting in people's faces. Archived from on September 14, 2007.
I usually turn down the volume so I can't hear him. I was stunned when I met her and didn't know who she was. She over-enunciates every word and has this sing-song chipperness even when it's completely inappropriate. Ira Glass - the epitome of dull. Seriously, I have no idea what this woman looks like, but she should be the next Catwoman. The Ira Glass affectations have become kind of standards for public radio wannabees; I keep hearing more of those singsongy tonal changes mixed in with speeding up certain cadences.
I'm going to go with Mike from You Bet Your Garden. Other than that, he really seems to know his stuff and I like him but something about his voice grates on me big time. She sounds like she's so in love with her voice when in fact she's got this grating effect in her throat. Corrigan is the weakest of the franchises on this show. Another person who has unalloyed and I'd say infectious enthusiasm for his beat is Guy Raz despite his uber-nerd voice , who just left his gig at weekend All Things Considered and will be missed, one of the most liberal voices there, I'd say. Okay, enough of all this, time to get my culture.
The program uses substantive, intelligent economic reporting that is funny, engaging and accessible. You barely remember what was ruined because the horror of the explosion was so awful. Disagreeing with a post is insufficient on its own to merit a report. Ailsa Chang clerked for a federal judge and practiced law long before becoming an award-winning investigative journalist and spending a decade as a broadcast reporter. Blumberg points out that before he was a public radio producer, he was a teacher.
And it's hard to match those mouth-filling double-barrelled names. Another cause for throwing the radio. You may also to All Songs Considered and include a link to your favorite original song. Sound of the voice is fine, as some point out, but he's such an unbearably flip, smug jackass that it ruins what is otherwise a good show. She apparently doesn't even come from the place where people have accents like hers would have guessed Wisconsin. If I had to pick one it would have to be the guy with the juvenile sounding voice who does did? I just had to salute you for your genius.