Into It Podcasts

Into It is a weekly pop culture podcast by Elle Collins. In each episode, Elle is joined by one or more guests for a conversation about a specific pop culture obsession. The show will host a wide variety of interesting people and give them a chance to talk about the things they love. The guests include poets, dancers, writers, editors, teachers, artists, and journalists. The topics include movies, TV shows, books, comics, and music. Into It's scope is deliberately broad, leaving its future wide open.

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Into It 37: Spice World with Timmara Bruce and Jessica Berger

Timmara Bruce and Jessica Berger return to talk Spice World, and also the Spice Girls in general. Middle school memories, British celebrities, Richard E. Grant's suits, Elle's unsurprising take on Sporty Spice, and what our Spice Girl names would be.

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Into It 16: David Bowie with Jessica Berger and Timmara Bruce

Jessica Berger and Timmara Bruce are on the show for an epic discussion of David Bowie. Favorite songs, favorite personas, favorite film appearances. Not to mention the Beck/Beyoncé Grammies controversy, Billy Zane, and the entirety of queer history. Seriously, this episode covers a lot of ground.

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Into It 7: R.E.M. with Carey Farrell

Musician Carey Farrell is on the show to talk with Elle about the most important band of both of their teenage lives, R.E.M. Along the way, Elle tells some embarrassing high school stories, Carey reveals what she did on prom night, and there's a bit of a digression about Live. Who's the cute one and who's the smart one? The answer lies within.

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Into It 3: Karaoke with Jessica Berger and John Schloman

This week writer/teacher Jessica Berger and painter/programmer John Schloman join Elle for a far-reaching discussion about the theory and practice of dive bar karaoke. Best practices for choosing a song to sing, the superior gender politics of 90's music, why people need to stop trying to sing "Under Pressure," and the most amazing version of "Sexy and I Know It" that most of the world will never see.

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