[Motherhood Sessions is] consistently riveting, and I think it tells us something about media as well as about motherhood.
 

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Motherhood Sessions is no more only a show for new mothers than Serial is only a show for lawyers who specialize in criminal justice....I also hope [Motherhood Sessions] will move beyond the parenting podcast charts and find its place among the best shows asking difficult questions about all of our embedded assumptions, impossible comparisons, and complicated lives.
 

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[The Habitat] gently pushes at the boundaries of contemporary audio. Until now podcasts have largely been restricted to distinct categories: one-to-one interviews, round-table discussions, scripted dramas or narrative storytelling. The Habitat blends most of these, throwing social experimentation and academic enquiry into the mix as well. It’s hard to imagine television balancing so many themes — space travel, romance, scientific research, human waste disposal — without losing its head. The Habitat does this while still managing to engage and entertain, and shows us that the sky is no longer the limit.
 

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[The Habitat] had that rare impact on me where I wasn’t sure if it was true, or written as fiction – a gripping listen, beginning to end.
 

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