18 Min Released Mar 1, 2017

#8: How Will I Know (& welcome, Planet Money fans!)

The wonderful team at NPR's Planet Money just rebroadcast an episode that changed the life of your host. To welcome any new listeners into our show, here's the classic episode that Robert Smith recommended. Hope you enjoy.

Old listeners, thank you for forgiving this redundancy in your episode feeds! We really appreciate it. The more the show grows, the better stories we'll be able to offer you in the coming weeks.

In this episode, we look back at the role this show has played in your host's personal life. Travel through the past three years as Andrea talks to her editor, Hillary Frank, about what’s going on in her relationship.

Hillary Frank is the host and creator of the podcast The Longest Shortest Time.

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