A short, fun and occasionally not unintentionally educational podcast in which two fans of the New York Times crossword describe their puzzle-solving travails.
The New York Times crossword puzzle is a classic game that has been around since the 1940s. Two mega-fans complete this daily puzzle on the Jean and Mike Do the NYT Crossword podcast. Over the last 80 years, the puzzle has brought challenges and joy to innumerable people. The experience of the podcast is far more than a brain teaser. The entertainment factor is high, with tons of banter between two puzzle-enthusiast friends. Listeners may come for the crossword fun, but they'll stay for the banter.
Alongside the crossword, this podcast features witty yet interesting conversations. Through the show, Jean and Mike discover educational insights through thought-provoking clues. The crossword may be the focal point, but it also catalyzes discussions that span a spectrum of subjects. Jean and Mike Do the NYT Crossword is more a rambling journey through the puzzle than a quest to solve it.
This podcast is engaging for crossword enthusiasts and casual observers. The two hosts share opinions and fun facts inspired by the crossword, whether it's talk of Occam's Razor or pop culture.
The New York Times crossword puzzle always contains fascinating facts. Each edition is an opportunity for exploration and learning. Better still, a new puzzle debuts daily, giving this podcast ample content. Despite the intriguing conversation, Jean and Mike keep things short and sweet. Each episode is under 20 minutes long. No matter how busy listeners are, they can always make time for the crossword and this podcast. New episodes drop daily, of course, to coincide with the daily puzzle. Listeners can play along daily and cross-check answers with the hosts if they want to get involved.