RiYL

RiYL

Published by: Brian Heater
373 Episodes | First Released: Apr 3 '13
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Joanna-Jewberg
Aug 28 '19
Rating:   10
5 stars!

This is my favorite podcast.

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mschulman
Aug 27 '19
Rating:   10
Great guests, great insights into creativity

Brian gets top notch people across a wide variety of creative fields. I always learn something and am always entertained. Do yourself a favor and subscribe.

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lastmannonearth
Jun 4 '19
Rating:   10
Recommended if you like anything

Great interviews and you’ll learn about awesome artists you’ve never heard of before. Or learn about people you already like. Win-win

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EmerlyB
Jan 20 '19
Rating:   10
👍🏻👍🏻

Great interviews to hear about the creative process of artists. Brian is a whip-smart moderator.

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Catshew81
Dec 14 '18
Rating:   10
Great for discovering new artists and ideas

I think RiYL is unique in the world of podcasts because of its mix of interviewees: people who do different things in a wide range of fields, from music to journalism, but are united in having interesting, often offbeat ideas that they perhaps don’t often get to publicly discuss in depth. It’s good if you feel like you’re a little too cloistered within your own interests and want to discover or think about something new. Brian is a great interviewer and there isn’t a wasted moment in the podcast (I appreciate this as someone who doesn’t like listening to random chit-chat).

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Pairofshoes
Nov 9 '17
Rating:   10
Amazing Interviews

Amazing interviews. They usually start ‘in media res’ and they are always entertaining. The interviewer has a great way of asking follow up questions that really highlight the subjects. Very well done, always entertaining. Thank you for interviewing so many independent comics creators!

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fairislesocks
Jun 3 '16
Rating:   10
Fantastic

A great little gem of a podcast. Both spontaneous and controlled, poignant and humorous - the show is set up so it feels as though you’re eavesdropping on a fascinating conversation between two close friends. Definitely recommended.

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Carrie Poppy
May 30 '16
Rating:   10
It’s great!

Great interviews by an engaged, funny, laid-back guy you feel like you could hang out with. He finds guests who are right on the bubble between famous and not-famous, which means you get to be two steps ahead of the crowd. Also, host is handsome and only a little sad.

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calstars
May 5 '16
Rating:   2
Condescending

This interviewer seems to think he is as interesting as his guests. He argues with the answers his guests give, insists on injecting his own experiences into the conversation, belittles their accomplishments, doesn't seem to have a grasp on his guests' history and work, and doesn't evidence the kind of deference that you would expect an interviewer to show. Strictly amateur hour.

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Chris23578896543679433
Oct 26 '15
Rating:   10
Pretty chill

This is a nice rambling interview style here, usually get a good look into the character of the folks getting interviewed, as well as some tidbits about the details of their work and how they do it, and lots of good tangents. A+

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