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Rabbit Hole: A Wikipedia Podcast

On Rabbit Hole, Chicago performers Erin, Tyler and a special guest start out on the same randomly-selected Wikipedia page. From there, they follow any link in that strikes their fancy, doing the same on the next page, and the next... Once they've climbed out of their respective Rabbit Holes, they meet and discuss all the interesting, weird, and exciting information they have discovered.
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Every episode of Rabbit Hole, Chicago performers Erin and Tyler, along with a guest, start out on the same randomly-selected Wikipedia page. From there, they follow any link in the article that strikes their individual fancy, doing the same on the next page, and the next... Once they've climbed out of their respective Rabbit Holes, they meet and discuss all the interesting, weird, and exciting information they discovered. Armed only with curiosity and a dangerously shallow degree of knowledge about basically everything, they are ready to leap into... the Rabbit Hole.

Apr 14, 2015

The fanciest crone human Sarah Hoffman sat on our couch and engaged our brains while we used a Canadian voice-over actor to learn about female bodybuilding, adrenaline, and Louis Wolfson, inventor of the modern hostile take-over.

Content warning: This episode has discussion of sex work and gender identity. And cursing.

Find out what Sarah's doing at: http://www.sarah-hoffman.com

 

Wondering what topics we touched? Dwayne Hill, 1966 births, Debbie Bramwell-Washington, Joanna Thomas, Female Bodybuilding, Clitoromegaly, Real Men of Genius, Dave Bickler, Polyp (medicine), Vocal Nodules, José José, Cortisone, Adrenaline, Anheuser Busch InBev, Hostile Takeover, Louis Wolfson, Corporate Raider

Mar 24, 2015

Phil Meister kicks off into the deep end of the Rabbit Hole with us, using the 2012 indie rom com Gayby to lead us to ascetic sufis, ukrainian folk musicians and the Emperor of Ethiopia. Along the way, a rapping hot dog.

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