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Represent from Slate host Aisha Harris looks at film, television, and streaming content created by women, people of color, people with disabilities and the LGBTQ community.Recent podcasts have delved into the most recent season of The Bachelorette that had its first Black star Rachel Lindsay, while looking at what it means today to be a person of color in the modern dating world, breakdown Netflix’s controversial 13 Reasons Why, and Netflix’s new comedy Atypical about an autistic character, but not an autistic star.It’s Been A Minute from NPR (National Public Radio), host Sam Sanders delivers two weekly podcasts looking at the week’s events meshing pop culture and news.
Recent guests have been Alex Kingston from Doctor Who, Everest climber, guide and mountaineer Melissa Arnot Reid, The Office’s star Rainn Wilson talking about bassoons, and Tom Hanks geeking out over typewriters.
They have taken on the newest from Taylor Swift and the casting of the live-action Aladdin.
Lady Problems from MTV hosts Rachel Handler, Teo Bugbee, and Hazel Cills along with rotating guests look at pop culture through a feminist lens.
Podcasts are an accessible form where one can tune in, and can be enlightening as they dig deeper into elements of culture, while also enhancing their own narrative skills, giving them language to better discuss and understand them.
There are often blurred lines between pop culture and current events.
Teens are often their own guides into how they consume pop culture and news media, and like their adult counterparts, they love the discussion of the art as much as enjoying the art itself.