More pod­casts please!

TechLife Australia - - THE WALL -

Hi, guys, love the mag — es­pe­cially the pod­cast rec­om­men­da­tions. I’ve never been much of an au­dio­book per­son, since my mind seems to drift off and I get lost with where the story’s at and need to rewind (yes, re­mem­ber cas­sette tapes?) to a point in the story I re­mem­ber. But I have started lis­ten­ing to pod­casts, since I find them a bit eas­ier to lis­ten to while I’m do­ing other things, par­tic­u­larly when there’s mul­ti­ple speak­ers. I thor­oughly en­joyed flip­ping through the March is­sue’s pod­cast page and de­cided to give lis­ten­ing to au­dio­books an­other go, based on your sug­ges­tions. Lime­town had me gripped! So much so that I started look­ing for fur­ther ti­tles in the same vein and found The Black Tapes ( the­black­tape­spod­ It’s back from 2015 but it’s su­per grip­ping. When can we ex­pect the next roundup of true crime pod­casts? I’m hooked, I need more! [ JACK BALTINS ]

Ed replies: True crime seems to be the genre that gets a lot of peo­ple into pod­cast­ing — you can of­ten see them top­ping the iTunes pod­cast charts. We’re glad you en­joy the column — a fol­low-up true crime fea­ture is def­i­nitely on the hori­zon, as is an­other au­dio­books in­stal­ment. For now, though, we can rec­om­mend Miss­ing Richard Sim­mons ( www.miss­in­grichard­sim­ and also Ta­nis ( www.tanis­pod­ Hope­fully, those’ll hold you over for the next lit­tle while! And to any other read­ers who’re pod­cast fans, feel free to flick us a let­ter if you have any you’d like to rec­om­mend.

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