Episode 16

Published on:

2nd Mar 2024

Finely Aged Cheese Rewind: The Voice with James and Stephanie from The Pitchy Podcast

What a timely rewind ep, since the 25th season of The Voice premiered this past week!

This episode is from March 2023, and our guests are our friends James and Stephanie ,hosts of the VERY popular Pitchy Podcast, to talk about NBC's The Voice (which their awesome podcast discusses weekly). There is probably more giggling on this episode than any other FB&C episode so far. AND WE LOVED IT.

You can find them at:

Instagram: @thepitchypodcast/

TikTok: @thepitchypodcast

YouTube: @thepitchypodcast

And wherever you listen to podcasts!!

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About the Podcast

Fine Beats & Cheeses
with Leslie & Lynne
Fine Beats & Cheeses with Leslie & Lynne celebrates cheesy pop culture.

About your hosts

Leslie Gray Streeter

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Leslie Gray Streeter is an author, veteran journalist, and speaker whose memoir “Black Widow” was published in March 2020 by Little, Brown, and Company. She is the lifestyle columnist for the Baltimore Banner, formerly the longtime entertainment and lifestyle columnist and writer for the Palm Beach Post. A native of Baltimore, Md, and a University of Maryland graduate, she and her work have been featured in The Miami Herald, the Washington Post, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Atlantic, the Today show, SiriusXM, O, The Oprah Magazine, and more. She lives with her son Brooks in her hometown of Baltimore. She’s a slow runner, an amateur vegan cook, and a true crime and “Law and Order” enthusiast.

Lynne Streeter Childress

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Lynne Streeter Childress is an actor, director, teaching artist, and playwright. She is the founding artistic director of Building Better People Productions, a theater for young audiences company in Annapolis, MD. Her 28-year career in professional theater includes performing at the Kennedy Center, Arena Stage, and Adventure Theatre and teaching for institutions like the Folger Shakespeare Library and Baltimore School For the Arts, where she is currently a member of the theater faculty.  Lynne has seen firsthand how theater can communicate the most important things in the clearest and most interesting of ways, especially to young people. She lives in Annapolis, MD, with her husband and son.