Podcast

The Podcasts I Get Excited About

September 16, 2018

I love podcasts, which should be no secret to anyone.

Here are a few things you might want to know before you scroll further:

I have a Podcast Masterlist on the blog, detailing all the podcasts I listen to.

This isn’t an exhaustive list. There are many podcasts that I was obsessed with at the time of them airing (like Serial), but it didn’t feel right to add them to the list because they aren’t releasing new episodes each week. Some podcasts have short runs (like Gossip, Dirty John, Dr. Death, Missing Maura Murray, and more) and I completely binged them but they also didn’t feel right to add here. I’ve linked each of them for you and recommend you check them out, but you won’t find them below because they aren’t on a consistent upload schedule.

There are many podcasts I listen (like Not Too Deep, Armchair Expert, and more) to that are heavily dependent on who the guest is or what the topic is. If you want to see more about these, check out the podcast masterlist.

I love learning and true crime, so this short list is fairly reflective of that.

I almost exclusively listen on Spotify (because I have Premium so I might as well), so all of the links will be to there.

This list is as of this post going live (obviously), but I’m hoping that more and more come about. If you have any suggestions, please let me know!

My Favorite Murder

What it is:

true crime & comedy

What I love:

Karen and Georgia have such great chemistry,

they address mental health,

encourage community and therapy,

they’re always learning,

and they tell great stories.

Why I look forward to it:

The girls feel like actual friends.

*at the beginning, I will admit that they sound a bit too giddy about the circumstances surrounding their podcast but this continues to tune down as the episodes go along.

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Stuff You Should Know

What it is:

educational

What I love:

The podcast feeds my desire to learn in a fun way.

Josh & Chuck take complex topics and make them a lot more manageable.

Why I look forward to it:

No matter what the topic, I always find myself sucked in.

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Link to another blog post I wrote about SYSK

TANIS

What it is:

scripted drama

sci-fi

What I love:

The creators are really good about blending fact with fiction. I find myself actually having to Google some things because they seem so real (or are founded in a real story I’ve heard).

Why I look forward to it:

There are so many twists and turns that I never see coming.

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Link to another blog post I wrote about TANIS

Link to their sister podcastsThe Black Tapes, RABBITS

Last Podcast on the Left

What it is:

true crime

conspiracy

What I love:

How well-researched the podcast is.

Why I look forward to it:

They rarely cover a topic I’ve heard of, so I’m always learning.

*the language used and topics selected are not suitable for all ages.

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