A weekly podcast from KQED Pop that tackles popular culture in a smart, fun and personal way.
United States
165 episodes
since Sept. 10, 2015



This week, the three of us are busting out of the studio because we RSVP-ed “Hell yes!” to an invite from SHN and the Hamilton Education Program—EduHam, if you’re nasty—to watch Bay Area teens (Hamilteens?) perform original songs they created based on the musical. And that invite includes a free performance of the actual show! Dreams do come true! We’ve heard a lot about Hamilton from think piece writers and established critics, but what does Gen Z think and how has the musical changed the way they interact with art and history?  Listen to find out! Until next week! Subscribe and rate us five stars in iTunes! And find us on Facebook and Twitter!
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