You Heard it Here First is an audio recommendation show that helps you discover your next listen.
Hosted by Imriel Morgan, the show cherry-picks from the Audible catalogue of podcasts, audiobooks and dramas, with laughs and fascinating facts along the way. You'll hear from Audible's Editors - the in-house audio experts - as well as from lovely listeners who know their favourite genre like the back of their hand. And that's not to mention the clips of chats with a variety of authors. You'll also find out how you too can be featured in the podcast!
Expect honest recommendations, to hear about listens you didn't know existed, and to be welcomed in with open arms to our family of podcast, audiobook and audio drama lovers.
This is an Audible Original Podcast. Free for members. New episodes will arrive in your Library fortnightly, on a Tuesday.
What listeners say about You Heard it Here First (Series 2)
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A showcase for the many things Audible has to offer, this to me feels like an uphill listen for a number of reasons. But first, what's good about it? Well, the format runs smoothly and allows for a range of regular features, such as featured listen, listener's corner, editor's picks and more. There's a good selection of clips. It's well produced as you would expect from Audible, with great sound quality. But... I consider myself to be a white left winger passionately concerned about social justice issues. But it still irritates me that the editorial direction here, every week, leans heavily on race, gender and sexuality issues. This would be ok if this was a podcast on those issues. But its not. It's purportedly a review/showcase podcast. If you are a white Christian, you will be openly sneered at and told certain listens are not for you. It gives left wingers a bad name, pandering to right wing stereotypes of the left as a cancel culture, arrogant elite. And it's often non-sensical. 'Genre corner' was changed to 'listeners corner' because genre was too hard to say, apparently. What? To sum up, this is occasionally interesting, but overall grating, and unbalanced.