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    Nikitasimone
    Feb 26
    10

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Awesome sauce

    We love watching any natgeo shows and documentaries. We now listen to this podcast at lunch time and basically whenever the kids need to settle down! Love the way it’s done and keeps our 3 and 5 year old interested. Keep them coming!

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    KJ 0602
    Feb 15
    10

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Love it, more episodes please

    Amazing show with lots of interesting content. Would love it if you guys could make more episodes

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    pattipeeroonie
    Feb 10
    6

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Voice & commercials

    The podcast itself is good; however, the voice grates on my nerves and there are too many commercials.

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    Njvree
    Feb 8
    10

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Perfect for WFH

    Interesting stuff!

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    Tal82
    Feb 3
    10

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Just great!

    I’ve been a listener since almost the beginning, and stayed because Peter’s voice is beautiful and he seems delightful and delighted by his colleagues. Which is just nice any way you slice it. So yeah, I like the podcast. But WOW. The Season 3, episode 7 episode with the former War Photographer whose name I can’t access while I write this, shamefully, was something else altogether. You both brought me to tears, laughter and back to tears again. It was a different episode, and I felt strangely proud of Peter when I was done, and so grateful for the introduction to this photographer’s work. It was really powerful. Thanks for doing what you do, friends!

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    LizzieBusyBumbleBee
    Feb 1
    8

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Love this podcast- give us more episodes!

    This podcast is awesome! I just wish they came out with episodes more regularly! I’ve listened to the whole collection 3 or 4 times already 😂

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    Grate122
    Jan 27
    8

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Way to overproduced

    I know editing a podcast isn’t fun But the free stock music and way to many sound effects is too much

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    Pinball Wizard IV
    Jan 13
    10

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Perfect !

    Since everyone and their cousin is podcasting now. From Now is professional and puts other so called podcasts to shame! Thank you I thoroughly enjoy listening as I am nearly blind and can’t watch tv or read.

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    cjeanjellybean
    Jan 12
    10

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    For the everyday human

    Love this podcast. Such great information geared to the everyday listener. No hugely scientific terms to send you scurrying to find out what the heck these extremely knowledgeable people are talking about. I understand what I’m hearing!!

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    14mudkip14
    Jan 10
    6

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Informative and entertaining

    I really enjoy this podcast. It teaches me a lot, and keeps me interested and excited for the next episode. I’d give it five stars... but I just can’t enjoy this podcast 100% because of Amy’s voice. I tried to like it, but I just can’t. Maybe you do, and this podcast will be a 5/5 for you.

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    Not a Sister
    Jan 5
    8

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Parenting win!

    Listened to the one about a country suing to get its artifacts back. From the backseat my ten year old yelled (without irony), “That belongs in a museum!”

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    010shuba
    Jan 4
    10

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Love it so far!

    I’ve listened to 3 episodes so far but am enjoying it so much! It’s typical Nat Geo to making learning such a fun and wonderful experience!

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    the blob of death
    Jan 3
    10

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    This is THE best science podcast I’ve ever listened to. Do a episode about Supervolcanos!

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    Jackie's Dad
    Dec 24, 2020
    10

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Great

    Really enjoy this thank you!

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    Mercurio Speaking
    Dec 7, 2020
    10

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Most Southern Tree

    Great episode. Made me think that one day there will be a branch of ecotourism that focuses on inclusion and working with citizen scientist in the field. Symbiotic relationship between ecosystems, researchers and citizens. A comment: they described the most southern tree among a landscape of shrubs. Horticulturally - Botanically speaking there is no differentiation between trees and shrubs as woody plants. If they found the most southern tree, where is the most southern shrub? That would be the outer - outer edge / layer of the Woody plant ecosystem.

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    ekeoski
    Dec 4, 2020
    10

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    My favorite podcast!

    I love this podcast! I really enjoy that each episode is a different topic. I’ve learned so much and I look forward to new episodes even on subjects I wouldn’t ordinarily think I’d be interested in.

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    Lilya M
    Dec 2, 2020
    6

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Enjoyable and informative

    I typically enjoy this series but the episode on captive tiger’s in America was disappointing. I felt like their interview with the volunteer tiger caretaker anthropomorphized tigers when the point of the episode was to illustrate tigers are wild animals.

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    sammdunlopp
    Nov 26, 2020
    10

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Awesome!

    One of my absolute favourite podcasts! Very informative and thought provoking. The host and interviewees are incredibly well spoken.

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    Bastardsack
    Nov 24, 2020
    8

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    I love this show.

    But I give it a four star review because I thing it’s main purpose is not to teach you, but to try to sell you things and pummel you with ads, and even more ads disguised as sponsorships.

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    p34nu7
    Nov 18, 2020
    10

    reviewed: Overheard at National Geographic

    Hi

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50 Episodes 9.08k Ratings First Aired: Jun 4, 2019 🇺🇸

Whale American Idol. Underwater pyramids. A honeybee chop shop. Each week we'll dive into one of the curiously delightful conversations we've overheard around National Geographic's headquarters. You'll be introduced to the explorers, photographers and scientists at the edges of our big, bizarre, and beautiful world.

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50 Episodes 9.08k Ratings First Aired: Jun 4, 2019 🇺🇸

Whale American Idol. Underwater pyramids. A honeybee chop shop. Each week we'll dive into one of the curiously delightful conversations we've overheard around National Geographic's headquarters. You'll be introduced to the explorers, photographers and scientists at the edges of our big, bizarre, and beautiful world.

Published by

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