Audacy presents “It’s Generational,” an insightful exploration of how each generation looks at things differently. Hosted by Lauren Barry, episodes feature roundtable discussions and deep-dives into compelling questions that all generations care about.
For the roundtable discussions, panelists representing Gen Z, Millennials, Baby Boomers, and Gen X will weigh in with their takes. All guests have unique perspectives from an array of backgrounds and disciplines.
Language is ever-evolving. The first episode unpacked the word “trauma,” how different generations use language, and how words shape our understanding of the world. Future questions on this series will discuss: What can polyamory teach us about breaking bad relationship cycles? Why do different generations have such different perspectives about work?
The panel discussions kicked off with John Evans, a baby boomer and longtime journalist (recently retired from KCBS in San Francisco); Gen Xer, journalist, critic, author and podcast host Virginia Heffernan; millennial influencer, writer, and model Kendra Austin; and Gen Z influencer, activist, and model Michelle Chubb.
Brigitta Busch, researcher and lecturer at the University of Vienna’s department of linguistics, also participated in episode 1 to explain the history of the word “trauma.”
Future panels will include Dr. Raquel Peel, psychology lecturer University of Southern Queensland, and The Kaleidoscope Group’s executive consultant Joyce Trimuel.
For new episodes of “It’s Generational,” tune in wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.