Family Road Trip Trivia Podcast
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A Lot or a Little?
The parents' guide to what's in this podcast.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Family Road Trip Trivia Podcast offers friendly trivia competition for the whole family. Questions focus on pop culture, entertainment, and general knowledge. Most episodes are devoted to one particular TV show or movie, so listeners can choose episodes that interest their family. Those with younger kids may opt for a Frozen trivia episode rather than a Schitt's Creek episode, but all the content is suitable for young listeners. Sometimes there is lighthearted joking around with the guests, particularly when the host is joined by her best friend. The tone is very positive, and it's okay to not know the answers to the questions. Be aware that some kids may have trouble following the fast-paced delivery, and in certain episodes it's difficult to hear the contestants.
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What’s It About?
Each episode of FAMILY ROAD TRIP TRIVIA PODCAST is devoted to a movie, TV show, or more general topic like pop culture in the 1980s or Halloween trivia. The host, Brittany Gibbons, is joined by one or more guests who compete to answer trivia questions along with the listeners. There's a 10-second pause after each question to allow time to come up with the answer, and listeners give themselves a point every time they're correct. Questions range from easy to difficult. For example, a Harry Potter episode asks who the oldest Weasley child is, followed by a tougher question on the origins of the Sorting Hat.
Is It Any Good?
While the show does deliver in terms of family friendly trivia questions, listeners aren't offered much more. Don't expect a lot in the way of backstory, just the reading of the questions followed by the answers. The episodes average 15 minutes in length, so this podcast may be a good fit for shorter drives or school runs.
Kids and families eager for friendly competition will probably enjoy this podcast, but it's not for those looking for unique content. Expect episodes about movies and TV shows with broad appeal, like Star Wars, Friends, and Disney villains. The main draw of this podcast is being able to compete in trivia suitable for all ages while on a drive.
Talk to Your Kids About ...
Families can talk about what makes competing along with the Family Road Trip Trivia Podcast fun. What factors make a game seem fair or unfair?
Do you wish you could find more trivia challenges targeted to your interests? Are there any types of entertainment or general knowledge that you feel are left out of mainstream pop culture questions?
- Release date: August 1, 2019
- Genre: Games & Trivia
- Average Run Time: 15 minutes
- Website: https://www.familyroadtriptriviapodcast.com/podcast
- Host: Brittany Gibbons
- Publisher: Girl’s Girls Media
- Pricing structure: Free
- Last updated: May 31, 2022
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