We are so proud to have been voted Best New Hampshire Radio Talk Show by the readers of New Hampshire Magazine.
Six years after launching Word of Mouth, we still feel like upstarts and appreciate our listeners coming through. Thank you! It's pleasure to bring you stories that spark curiosity and wonder about the world around us, and will continue spreading interesting information the best way we know how: through Word of Mouth.
With all that in mind, here is a look back at some of your favorite Word of Mouth stories from the past year.
Our most popular piece of content this year was far from an inconvenient truth – everyone loves Netflix. We do our best to help listeners sort through the myriad options provided by the on demand service and learn some things along the way. The popularity extended to On Demand: What’s New to Netflix and Redbox For June 2014, another, more recent, favorite.
We were blown away by the popularity of this post, but it turns people really just want to know what to do with all their daikon radishes. Published last July, this story spiked in popularity again this May, making it a perennial favorite in our eyes.
In one of our finest pieces of investigative journalism here at Word of Mouth, we bring you answers to the tough questions, for example, why do we love a good sad song? Plus, we include our own weepy playlist.
Originally a story from last holiday season, this list reminds us that it’s never too late to go back and finish that book you’d forgotten about.
Filed under the ‘curiously popular’ next to daikon radishes, this list has kept to a low murmur over the course of the year. As always, we’re bringing you the things you need to know which apparently includes the celebrities who may just be around forever.
A golden oldie (well, from last summer), this story takes us on a tour into the world of vanishing rest stops. Since road trip season is gearing up, now seems like a perfect time to brush up on your doomed rest areas and maybe get a few pictures for yourself before they’ve all disappeared.
A favorite feature, Writers On A New England stage allows us to speak with of the brightest, most interesting people around…and create dating profiles for them. Romance aside, we though the discussion with the Supreme Court Justice about her memoir My Beloved World was enlightening and fun, and we’re glad you all agreed.