In 2018, accessAtlanta released 44 episodes that gave listeners a front-row look at the best things to do, see, eat and experience in the city.
Our reporters chatted with Olympic athletes, world-famous entertainers and local entrepreneurs. Members of our team attended former president Jimmy Carter’s Sunday school class, Atlanta’s star-studded Black Panther premiere and live musical performances that don’t allow talking—or texting.
We covered every corner of entertainment in Atlanta.
In this episode, AJC senior editor, Nicole Smith takes a look back to discuss her favorite episodes of the last year—the first year of the accessAtlanta podcast— and what to expect in 2019. Plus, host Shane Harrison shares things to do during the next 10 days, including Middleditch and Schwartz at the Tabernacle and Swan Lake at the Fox Theatre.
Go with us behind the scenes for interviews with the people who create movies, music and art that’s making waves around the world. We’ll share some fun things to do in Atlanta over the next 10 days, too. Subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify or find previous episodes on the web at ajc.com.
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iPhone: Open “Podcasts” - it’s a preloaded app on iPhones, with a purple icon - and click the search button in the lower right-hand corner. Type “accessAtlanta” and tap on the show’s title in the results. Tap again on the show’s icon. You’ll find all of the previous episodes available to listen to, and be sure to hit subscribe to have the podcast automatically delivered to your phone every Thursday morning.
Android: Open “Play music” - a pre-loaded app with an orange-and-yellow icon - and click on the magnifying glass at the top of the screen. Type “accessAtlanta” and select our show from the results. You’ll find all of the previous episodes available to listen to, and be sure to hit subscribe to have the podcast automatically delivered to your phone every Thursday morning.
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