About the show
A show about what connects us hosted by Jakob Lewis and Cariad Harmon.
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"I weep every time I listen"— Apple Podcast Review
I truly discovered a gem when I found Neighbors and have told so many others to look for it. Each episode is just right. Enjoyable tidbits that you could never know otherwise and lasts through one day's errands...about 20 minutes!— Apple Podcast Review
I love this podcast. I am inspired and encouraged to be a better neighbor and human being. Thank you so much for the stories.— Apple Podcast Review
In a world in which connection and intimacy is a precious gift, Jakob inspires and incites one toward human connection and story resulting in insightful witticisms with which to tell my own stories.— Apple Podcast Review
I love this podcast so much. I think the concept is so simple and interesting. I’ve even considered moving to Nashville to to be able to attend events.— Apple Podcast Review
This storytelling podcast is expertly crafted. I don't live anywhere near Nashville and I absolutely love listening to Jakob's stories. This is one of my all time favorite storytelling podcasts.— Apple Podcast Review
Jakob has produced Neighbors since 2013. Originally from a small town in Missouri he's been in Nashville for over 10 years with his wife, son, and two dogs. Jakob graduated from the Transom Story Workshop and founded the now disbanded audio collective The Heard. He was the 2018-2019 Oz Artistic Fellow. Jakob has worked as a custom cabinet maker, wildland firefighter, and crewmember at Trader Joe's. His love for gathering stories and telling them has led him to found Great Feeling Studios a podcast production studio, where he helps others tell their stories.
Cariad Harmon is an independent radio producer, writer, and musician, living in Nashville Tennessee. Her music has appeared in film and television, and after the release of her 2nd album Rolling Stone Magazine dubbed her, “Joni Mitchell by way of Broad City.” These days she prefers the other side of the microphone, making stories about the ties that bind us together, pull us apart, and connect us to the world.
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