So, there’s currently around 750,000 podcasts circulating out there in the audio world. 750,000!! That’s bonkers to me. As someone who has a podcast, the amount of work that goes into planning, recording and editing an episode is no joke. As a listener, it can be overwhelming when trying to find a new podcast to dive into. I’m a self-proclaimed true crime podcast addict, but recently I’ve been branching out into new genres. If you’re looking for a new podcast that will make your day a bit more interesting, look no further.
This podcast is a hilarious, realistic approach to the overwhelming world of “wellness.” This isn’t your “Goop” podcast. Covering topics like mental health, fitness, wellness, they debunk the perfect “Instagram wellness” trends and take a no bullsh*t approach to the psychological and emotional side of wellness as a whole.
Short on time, but still want to dive into a good podcast? Becoming Wise covers philosophical in-depth conversations about human existence in five-minute episodes. Yep, get deep, feel inspired, all in the time it takes to make a cup of tea. Host Krista Tippett was honored by President Barack Obama with the National Humanities Medal for her success in “thoughtfully delving into the experience of human existence,” so she definitely knows what she’s talking about.
I don’t know about you, but I love Bill Nye. He’s the humanist guru I never knew I needed. In this 40-minute podcast, he takes a different call from listeners with burning questions about anything in the universe. You’ll leave each episode feeling smarter and more convinced that science rules.
#TellBlackStories elevates the voices, stories and work of changemakers, content creators, activists and leaders driving a movement for accurate portrayals of Black people. It’s an unfiltered, unapologetic, dose of quick-witted commentary on the most relevant social, political and cultural issues impacting the Black community.
This “tiny radio show about design” makes you appreciate the big and small decisions that shape the world we live in, from purple hotels and traffic markings to camouflage and parentheses around area codes.
Looking for a podcast that tackles news and politics outside the box? Journalist Ezra Klein explores the big topics in modern culture by talking to experts, artists and luminaries. One of the things that sets this show apart from other interview podcasts is that Klein is (usually) willing to challenge his guests’ views, poking and prodding to get straight answers.
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