Their brand of discourse was such a massive hit in its debut last year that it begat a new kind of political watercooler talk. A recent episode features comedian Larry Wilmore talking about the L. In-depth investigations on a variety of topics If you've ever read The Guardian's Long Read articles, you know you need to set aside a lot of time to sit down with them to really be able to digest them. It broke out nearly four years ago, with gold-standard production and tight, well-written scripts. . He passed away not long after he gave the interview. So what podcasts are you listening to? In this weekly roundtable its pundits dig into the thinking person's entertainment story of the week.
Who has the time to Google everything? Take the iconic 1963 photograph of a young man being attacked by police dogs in Birmingham—civil rights is a recurring theme in Season 2—and now imagine the victim sees it much differently than you do. In the episode on colour they used the harmonics of a choir to illustrate how dogs see the spectrum. It's usually shared by the show's main character Cecil Gershwin Palmer, but sometimes secondary characters pop up to share more about Night Vale too. She pointed out how shyness is rude and it sort of changed my perspective on it. London Real is all about aiding you to be the best possible version of yourself, making it one of the most well-rounded and best self help podcasts out there.
Every Monday Why should you listen? And bigger is not necessarily better with the The New Yorker Radio Hour. But he also experiences a remote Benedictine hermitage as his second home, retreating there many times each year. From bikini lines to the many faces of Nicolas Cage, season 3 will make you laugh out loud. Since entrepreneurs evolve or perish, so did the show, and under its new host, Lisa Chow, it roared back to life with a fresh voice. This profound personal growth podcast is sure to keep you dreaming big, and — better yet — achieving those dreams.
This story contains some strong language. The show features Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant discussing topics and trying to get to the core of the information you need to know about them. As always, adopting a learner mindset, this just provides the opportunity to become a more proficient podcaster and appreciate the wonderful support she receives from her family as she ventures down the podcast road. Previous guests include CrossFit Games winners Rich Froning and Julie Foucher, Dr. Due to popular demand I've decided to get my butt into gear and launch my first online course. Every Tuesday Why should you listen? Guy talks to an impressive array of people behind well-known brands. Will need to practice it, fine tune it.
Another episode explores why Stuart Anders, the inventor of the slap bracelet, was doomed before he ever went to market, even though his idea sold millions of units. Also, the episode specifically covers how your company can set a culture of leadership. Tune in if you're a huge Hollywood fan You Must Remember This is a beautiful, and in many ways tragic, storytelling podcast that delves back into the secret history, long-forgotten mysteries and lesser-known figures of early Hollywood. But the show has a looser structure, and its host David Remnick, the editor of The New Yorker, allows the lighter-hearted narratives to meander into quiet, contemplative places, giving it variety-is-the-spice-of-life, coffeehouse vibes. There's something magical about movies that are so, so terrible, but so much fun to watch. One episode in particular of hers really impacted me and it was about shyness. The podcast has been downloaded over 200 million times.
The host Roman Mars knows that the harmony that connects designers, physical structures, function, and human ambition is as rich and complicated as that created by any orchestra. Or a single-subject listener, only keeping up with a subject or issue that means most to you. Self improvement podcasts are a miraculous outlet to the world of your highest, most profound self. The lo-fi production values — check those creaky armchairs — compound the impression of rubbing leather-padded jacket elbows with a splendidly down-at-heel slice of the intelligentsia. If you find that the leader in you is more latent than apparent, this episode could kick your inner leader into action. We could do with more episodes, though.
Heavyweight is a podcast all about emotional time travel, and the attempt to pull something stuck in the past into the present. Best for: Inspiration seekers Ever had a wacky business idea? It is frequently listed in the top 50 podcasts on iTunes and it is downloaded by millions of listeners each month. The stories about law enforcement are unflinching, drawing you right into the fog of war between cops and civilians, and race is never far from the conversation. Instead of feeding the trolls, they chat with them. Kind of a creepy supernatural mystery series. By traveling from country to country to tackle topics hugely important to life in America—race, fake news, dating—listeners get a broader context for their own hangups, prejudices, and social mores. Co-creator of the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society.
But now and again, you come across an episode that is next level — so good that you laugh out loud or nod passionately while walking down the street. Having a stutter, dating after sexual assault, swiping for the first time at age 70, dating as a person of color, and confronting a ghoster all serve as fodder for this charming, earnest, generous exploration of love in the digital age. Investigative journalism presented in a unique way You have probably heard of S-Town previously, and that's because it scored over 10 million downloads in the first four days it was live. She is called in to work with educators and judges, social activists and soldiers. A fair amount of dramatic irony underlines the plot, especially the rapid-fire romance that started on a dating website and raised clearcut red flags that Newell ignored or missed somehow. Season two of Crimetown is in the works.
It was kind of meh. The interview features stories about how Winters kept team morale up in the face of extreme difficulty, as well as the habits that gave him self-discipline and consistency during the war. Each list is highly curated. Lore is hands down my favorite podcast of all time and picking just one episode as a favorite would be nearly impossible. While many of the changes this year are cosmetic, such as a new logo and an obsession with finding spectacular episode titles, the show did lean more heavily toward the topic of activism.
American political journalist Jacob Weisberg gathers traumatised liberals and non-crazy conservatives for fast-response dissections of the latest development in the Trump White House. Their very first episode Secret History of Thoughts is also one of my favorites. What listeners have come to expect from The Daily is, perhaps, unreasonable. This episode focuses on the perils of asssuming when making flight bookings for your executive. They are passionate about their role, about their organisation and about the executive they support.