Need some new podcasts in your life? We have just the list for you.
In case you’re not aware, podcasts are:
Check out this post from autumn. It touched on all our favorites, including those especially good for the road. From mysteries and history lessons, to random things worth knowing about… So what better time for an update?
Podcasts are just…fun! Really fun. Below are some of the series and episodes we’ve been tuning into, the ones worth giving a listen. Check it out!
People went crazy over the Hae Min Lee murder mystery that fed season 1. They loved it, couldn’t get enough of it. This time around, Sarah Koenig is back to tell the story of U.S. Soldier Bowe Bergdahl and why he decided to leave his post in Afghanistan, resulting in his 5-year capture by the Taliban. Start the season on your next road trip.
This charming duo discusses varied aspects of NYC history, incorporating familiar people, landmarks and streets of the city. Try listening to the haunted landmarks episode, or the episode that talks about life in the tenements of the Lower East Side.
This podcast broaches pretty much any topic you can think of. Did you ever wonder how land diving works? Or what the deal with body language is? Or how your passport works? This podcast will explain everything. Two of my favorite episodes are How Dementia Works, and the one that explains the Philadelphia Experiment .
One of my co-workers admits that this podcast makes her laugh and snort at her desk, fetching looks from people close by. Hilarity is what I’d like to call this one. Adults share artifacts and memories of their teenage years, most of which are rather embarrassing, but all the more entertaining for listeners. Try the episode where Ashley explains why she hates the SATs.
Maybe you’re a mom. Or a soon-to-be mom. Or a dad. Or a soon-to-be dad. Or maybe you’re just someone who really wants a kid, or likes hearing about kids, or someone who is simply interested in listeing to a new podcast. Whatever you are, The Longest Shortest Time is, “the parenting show for everyone.”
Lucy Bourchier, former party girl turned certified Transformational Coach and Wellness Therapist, narrates The Brave Exchange podcast, where each episode reveals what it takes to create a beautiful and meaningful existence. Have a fear of public speaking? Try this episode. Want to learn how to use your creativity to its fullest? Try this episode.
This is a podcast about the future, and what life might be like in, say, 100+ years from now. Or who knows, maybe even sooner. What if the entire world went blind? What if everyone wore lie detectors? Weird. This podcast hosts real-life scientists and experts to spell it all out for us.
If Serial had a cousin, a really creepy cousin, it would exist in the form of The Black Tapes. If you like scary, haunting stories, this one is for you.
+What podcasts have you been listening to? Comment below and let us know!
Check out more podcasts we love here.