Most podcasts feature an interview. Sometimes, it's a very long interview. That's the beauty of podcasting: There isn't a "show clock" to force a podcaster to trim off the "good bits" of an interview.
But sometimes (often times), restrictions lead to some fantastic results.
Take the show Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, for instance. 20 minutes. Very tight. And, interestingly enough, without any "narration" beyond the setup and wrap-up on each episode.
Which gets me to thinking: Could this be the perfect format for podcasts with interviews who don't want to release all 2+ hours of conversations, where much of it is crap?
Listen to this episode and see if it makes sense for your show.
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