On Still Processing, New York Times Magazine writers Wesley Morris (of Grantland fame) and Jenna Wortham (from The Fader and The New York Times) team up to unpack all the major happenings in the world of movies, TV, books, politics, and more—while fielding visits from such luminaries as RuPaul and the husband-and-wife duo behind HBO's High Maintenance. The hosts have such great chemistry, and are both so adept at dealing with a broad range of topics, that you'll come away with a new perspective on anything they discuss.
Here's how the show's host, comedian Chris Gethard, describes Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People: "One phone call, one hour. No names, no holds barred." The only real rules are that the guests can never reveal their names, and that Gethard can't hang up until the hour mark, no matter what. It doesn't take more than 30 seconds to realize he's struck gold with this strange and simple concept. Relieved of any of the pressures attached to identity, Gethard's guests are surprisingly forthcoming about the various minutiae of their daily lives—and Gethard is an earnest and willing conversation partner, eager to make real connections with the strangers on the other end of the line.