Catch Up with WAT-CAST – We Now Have 20 Episodes!

In our first 20 WAT-CAST episodes, we’ve covered a wide variety of issues and interviewed nearly two dozen people. We thought this was a good time for us to hit the pause button to allow you to catch up and listen to the ones we’ve recorded so far. 

We hope you are finding the podcast easy tp listen to. They are all on iTunes, but are best accessed through an app on your phone. And if you subscribe to WAT-CAST, you will be notified when a new one is recorded. That way, no matter where you are – in the gym, in your car, on the train – you can listen. Click here to go to the WAT-CAST page on Woman Around Town. You can scroll through, read the descriptions, and select one to listen to. That’s it!

Have someone we should interview for a podcast? Email us at WATExlporer@gmail.com to let us know.

Happy listening!

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About Charlene Giannetti (303 Articles)
Charlene Giannetti, editor of Woman Around Town, is the recipient of seven awards from the New York Press Club for articles that have appeared on the website. A graduate of Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Charlene began her career working for a newspaper in Pennsylvania, then wrote for several publications in Washington covering environment and energy policy. In New York, she was an editor at Business Week magazine and her articles have appeared in many newspapers and magazines including the New York Times. She is the author of 13 non-fiction books, eight for parents of young adolescents written with Margaret Sagarese, including "The Roller-Coaster Years," "Cliques," and "Boy Crazy." She and Margaret have been keynote speakers at many events and have appeared on the Today Show, CBS Morning, FOX News, CNN, MSNBC, NPR, and many others. Her new book, "The Plantations of Virginia," written with Jai Williams, was published by Globe Pequot Press in February, 2017. Her podcast, WAT-CAST, interviewing men and women making news, is available on Soundcloud and on iTunes. She is one of the producers for the film "1Life After You," focusing on the opioid crisis that will be filmed in 2019. Charlene divides her time between homes in Manhattan and Alexandria, Virginia.