Podcasting is, by nature, an intimate medium. We’re often listening to
podcasts on our headphones, locked deep into a world of sound that is only
limited by our imagination. But building trust with your audience and creating a level of intimacy that keeps listeners coming back requires particular skill.
In 2015 journalist Sarah Allely had a bike accident that left her unable to read, write, watch TV or listen to podcasts. Going into nature helped her recover from a mild traumatic brain injury and she’s since created the narrative documentary podcast Brain on Nature, a very personal portrayal about her recovery process.
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