From documentaries to podcasts, Andrew Jenks challenges himself with What Really Happened?
“This is Jenks.”
The first 15 seconds or so of talking with a podcaster can be unexpected. You’ve heard their voice before, sometimes for hours, in your home, your car, beamed straight into your brain. But in person or on the phone, it’s … different. They’re talking to you, not at you. Sometimes their voice is different, less polished. Sometimes their vocabulary or sentence structure takes a step back because it’s a natural conversation, freed from the luxury of reciting narrative carefully crafted by a team of writers.
Speaking with documentarian turned podcaster, Andrew Jenks, his voice is more relaxed and casual but those are the only discernible differences. He doesn’t have a separate “radio voice” and “normal voice” like others I’ve met.