Hillary Clinton is releasing a 24-episode podcast with iHeartRadio where she is interviewing key figures in our society from politicians to comedians to journalists to chefs.

In an Instagram post announcing her new podcast, Clinton wrote:

"Over the last few years, when people would talk to me about a concern of theirs or a problem they faced, I found myself saying, 'Well, you and me both.' A lot of us are worried about the same things and going through the same experiences. Over the last few months, I've been having conversations with some of the most fascinating people of our time about how they see our world right now, in ways big and small."

A full list of her guests hasn't been released yet but you can expect to hear from Tan France (Queer Eye), Gloria Steinem, Patton Oswalt, Stacey Abrams, Samin Nostrat (chef), Ann Friedman (podcaster) and Sarah Cooper.

"I spoke with Stacey Abrams about voting rights and romance novels; with Sybrina Fulton about grief and finding moments of joy; with Samin Nosrat about the lessons we can learn from failure and about cooking dried beans so they're actually edible... and so much more," Clinton also wrote in the caption of the post.

This will not be the first time the former Secretary of State has podcasted. During her presidential run in 2016, Clinton had the podcast titled With Her.

Clinton is joining a huge podcasting community at iHeartPodcasts, with it various other original shows such as Next Question with Katie Couric and The Ron Burgundy Podcast. You and Me Both launches September 29th on iHeartPodcasts.

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