New Podcast Filter Stories Serves Compelling Narratives from Complex Coffee Lives
100 HOURS OF WORK FOR A SINGLE 30-MINUTE EPISODE
Finally!! A podcast reuniting my three passions: coffee, people and investigation documentary. If you happen to be a little bored about nerdy podcasts or very gobal ones, this is what you want: extraordinary life stories from ordinary people like you and me, all having one thing in common, coffee. The kind of podcast I wish I had produced!— OK Coffee Tips
Brilliantly narrated, produced and researched not to mention seriously interesting stories. Coffee lovers or not, you'll love these.— EvertonStan
I was in another situation another reviewer explained. I stopped listening to podcasts because I felt they were superficial. Filter Stories is the opposite. This is real food for the brain, that leaves you satisfied. Absoutely great!— Mahi51603
Berlin-based creator James Harper is the globetrotting one-man production team behind each artfully polished 30-minute episode. A subscriber to over 150 podcasts himself, he takes particular inspiration from shows such as Radio Lab, Rough Translation and Love + Radio.
Tito lives on a mountain in Panama, is a rebel and doesn’t listen to anyone.
Which is why he makes a terrible decision: he buys a coffee farm instead of getting an education. Tito is now …
Trigger warning: this episode contains references to sexual abuse.
Raymond's family want him to spend his life using a horse instead of a car, to live off the grid and have little contact …