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3planesoft 3dThanks for listening to our podcast and tuning in to one of our first interviews for the new year.
I've got a couple of questions for you: how old are you and where do you work?
Our audience is a pretty broad range, so I'm also curious about which podcast or podcasts you listen to most often.
Hello, and thank you for answering these questions. I'm Anton, and I've got a few questions for you as well: where are you from and how long have you been following the startup scene?
I'm the host of a daily podcast called 'Startup-Talk,' and I'm lucky enough to be the head of Startup London and the co-founder of The Startup Show (if you haven't yet heard it, check it out!). I've been following startups and the startup scene since 2009, though I didn't really get into podcasts until the end of last year.
What were the earliest podcasts you ever listened to?
A lot of my early listening was to a variety of podcasts on political news and economics — podcasts like This American Life, Freakonomics, The Daily Show, Frontal Lobe, and so on.
The earliest podcasts I remember listening to were two old-school radio programmes from my university days: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and This American Life. I'd get annoyed when I would hear the same stories and jokes over and over again, and I'd always find the segment around each week's episode funny.
My first podcast was actually a documentary about the first Brits to space, called Space Race — it was really great!
And how about podcasts that cover science and technology?
The (in)famous Nerdist Podcast and Wired Science are two podcasts that I've been listening to a lot recently. They're both absolutely great.
Both Nerdist and Wired Science have a super-focussed topic: one is about comics, the other is about technology. They're both pretty entertaining to listen to, and they're both very different.
How many hours per week do you listen to podcasts?