What makes Waleed Aly [Autumn, 2016] so refreshing is taking a complex issue like I.S.I.S and making it digestible for the masses to understand in a thoughtful manner.
Your article failed to address the popularity he has with people in the G.L.B.T.I community as well. (My lawyer partner nds him adorable!)
He’s Generation Y’s own Obama, smart, funky and cool. I wish him continued success and a very bright future.
James Smith, Melbourne, Vic
A couple more podcasts to be considered for gents [Autumn 2016] would be Whiskycast, an informative and well presented podcast on everything whisky. The presenter Mark Gillespie, is approachable and has a genuine love for this ne spirit. This podcast compliments Shayne Bugden’s Scotland Distillery story perfectly.
The Adam Carolla Show is a constant on my playlist. Adam is known as one half of The Man Show with good friend Jimmy Kimmel, along with Crankanchors, Loveline and the voice of Death on Family Guy. A. Graham, Nth Rothbury, NSW
So Waleed Aly is the most important man on TV? Maybe, maybe not. Maybe such an idea is just stupid anyway. Either way, nice line – you certainly got social media chitter chattering about his value to our media landscape. D. Clark, Adelaide Hills, SA
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