Night Call (podcast)

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Night Call
File:Night Call podcast logo.jpg
Hosted byMolly Lambert, Tess Lynch, Emily Yoshida
  • call-in show
  • strange days
  • lonely nights
  • dystopian reality
Audio formatPodcast
No. of episodes131
Original releaseFebruary 5, 2018 (2018-02-05) – present
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Night Call is a weekly call-in show hosted by Molly Lambert, Tess Lynch, and Emily Yoshida. In addition to free weekly podcasts on the iHeartRadio platform,[1] Night Call has hosted lives shows on[2] and in person,[3] and creates book club themed episodes, movie club themed episodes, and monthly mixes for their Patreon supporters.[4]

Previous collaborations[edit]

The three first worked together on the Girls in Hoodies podcast at Grantland through 2014,[5] a podcast that "dared to challenge its listeners".[6]


Night Call currently holds a 4.5 star rating on Apple Podcasts[7] and has received positive reviews from outlets such as The Maine Campus,[8] TIME,[9] Pacific Standard,[10],[11] and ELLE.[12]


  1. "Listen Free to Night Call on iHeartRadio Podcasts". June 22, 2020.
  2. "nightcallpodcast - twitch".
  3. "TONITE'S THE NITE LA!!". November 21, 2019.
  4. "Night Call is creating a podcast - Patreon".
  5. "Girls in Hoodies Podcast: The Final Episode". October 30, 2014.
  6. Lyon, Tyler (November 13, 2015). "Grantland's podcasts brought diverse perspective to those who might have missed it".
  7. "Night Call on Apple Podcasts". June 25, 2020.
  8. Stockford, Griffin (February 26, 2018). ""Night Call" is a podcast for millennials".
  9. Dockterman, Eliana (June 5, 2018). "Best Podcasts of 2018 So Far".
  10. Gooray, Elena (June 8, 2018). "PS Picks: The 'Night Call' Podcast".
  11. Kramer, Mark (September 5, 2019). "This Week in Comedy Podcasts: Constance Wu Tells All".
  12. Gaffney, Adrienne (May 13, 2020). "The 11 Best Podcasts Of 2020 (So Far)".

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