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Title: Podcasts
Post by: Andmoreagain on March 18, 2016, 07:22:33 AM
Sorry if there's already a thread on this topic.. searched but couldn't find anything.

What podcasts do you guys listen to?

I've normally listened to stuff like This American Life, Serial, Radiolab, Hardcore History... some of the Radiotopia stuff etc.

Lately I've been burned out on the affected podcast host style that's become so prominent (ie. radiolab, serial, npr in general) so i'm lookin for some new pod on history and philo n stuff like that
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Monty Burns on March 18, 2016, 07:42:58 AM
Joe Rogan Experience
Chameleon Breeder
Radiolab
Hardcore History
Submission Radio
Monday Morning Analyst
The New York City Crime Report
Meat Eater
Gritty Bowmen
The Monday Morning podcast

think thats it ...
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: slappies on March 18, 2016, 07:55:00 AM
I usually listen to comedy podcasts. My personal is favourite is "You Made It Weird" with Pete Holmes, it's great for comedy nerds who want a 2-3 hour conversation between comics that vary between hilarious and oddly deep.
Marc Maron with "WTF" is another well-known and entertaining podcast, episodes where Marc acts like a curmudgeonly old fuck are always fun.
Someone mentioned it in another thread, but Bill Burr has a solo podcast that's pretty great.

I need to start expanding my podcast horizons though, so I'll definitely check out some stuff mentioned in here.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: brycickle on March 18, 2016, 08:35:19 AM
If you want a new history pod, check out "history on fire". It's in the same vein as Dan carlin, but the host is an actual working historian. It's pretty new too, so there aren't too many episodes.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Alan on March 18, 2016, 08:40:10 AM
I think you might like In Our Time on BBC 4. The host is a bit annoying, but the guests are uni profs who really know what they're talking about, and there's a wide variety of topics.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qykl (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qykl)
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Fongstarr. on March 18, 2016, 09:52:43 AM
Not a podcast but you can download Howard Stern episodes all on Pirate Bay or any other torrent site a like. I have been listening to him for decades now. Still love his show!
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: j....soy..... on March 18, 2016, 10:18:59 AM
I put on the Alec Baldwin one and nap....
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: brent on March 18, 2016, 04:47:12 PM
Ari Shaffir's skeptic tank
The Joe Rogan Experience
How Did this Get Made
We hate movies
Criminal
The Champs r.i.p.
Hound tall with Moshe Kasher
my favorite podcast is Occasionally Awesome, they had Ed Templeton on too

oh yeah what happened to You Made It Weird? its just not funny anymore and I'm sick of hearing about therapist DGP and ram dass and mushrooms
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Tracer on March 18, 2016, 05:09:41 PM
I only do "The Starters" its a Friday only NBA podcast with 2 white Canadians, an Aussie, and a yank. It's not super good anymore because they're under strict rules now, but it's still worth the hour and 20 minutes for me

Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Just sniff some glue on March 18, 2016, 05:22:51 PM
Mysterious Universe (personal Favorite)
99% invisible
Memory Palace
Planet Money
Radio Lab
American Life
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: vancanman on March 19, 2016, 02:20:46 AM
Doug Stanhope shotclog
Radio lab
Monday morning podcast
Rich roll
Startalk
Hardcore history
Foundmyfitness
Muaythaiguys
Henry&heidi
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: skate_bored on March 19, 2016, 07:00:19 AM
The Joe Rogan Experience
Ari Shaffir's skeptic tank
Bill Burrs Monday Morning Podcast

Usually those 3 keep me covered to/from work all week. Joey Diaz had the guy from that cop documentary The Seven-Five for a 2 part episode a couple weeks ago that was really interesting too.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Grampa on March 19, 2016, 07:39:45 AM
Mysterious Universe
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: poor alice on March 19, 2016, 04:11:50 PM
Great thread, podcasts are my SHIT. Literally anytime I'm travelling, walking anywhere, doing housework, cooking or in the shower I'm listening to podcasts.
There have been some great ones mentioned so far. Here's what I'm listening to at the moment;

Video Games

- P.S I love you (Playstation centric Kinda Funny 'cast and one of the best games podcasts IMHO)
-Kinda Funny Gamescast
-Podcast Beyond (IGN's Playstation Podcast)
-Podcast Unlocked (IGN's X-Box podcast)
-Gamescoop (IGN again, general gaming and industry
-IGN UK Podcast (Used to be very funny and obviously unmonitored but it has slowly become more homogenized. Still worth a listen).
-Ultima Final Fantasy (This is the only video-games podcast I listen to infrequently, good for a bit of nerdery every now and then. All the other pod listed above are weekly and I don't miss an episode, this one I dip in and out of).

TV Shows/ Movies

-Bald Move Network- http://baldmove.com/ (http://baldmove.com/)
These guys (Jim and A.Ron) do some quality, well researched and hilarious shows about Loads of tv shows. They are two likeable, intelligent and funny men who used to podcast on the side but as their shows grew in popularity they now do it full time. Meaning consistent output of a high standard.
They have a Bald Movies podcast feed and have covered some good some bad films so far inc. The Shining, Pulp Fiction, The Matrix, The Force Awakens, Fight Club. You're talking about 1-2 hours about each film. Pick a film you like from the feed and give them a try.

As far as their TV show coverage goes, they do The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Game Of Thrones, True Detective. That's not to say they LOVE the shows, they have a distinctly love-hate waxing and wanning relationship with TWD in particular.

-The Empire movie magazine podcast is fairly good too.


Comedy

- Plumbing The Death Star - Two / three Australians with a fantastic sense of humor disect and discuss various aspects of pop-culture such as Star Wars, Back To The Future, Batman and other comics. The list goes on. They don't take themselves too seriously and have some quality moments of comedy gold as well as being somewhat thought-provoking at times. Just to give you an example, some of the episode titles:

Is Being a Werewolf a Hassle?
How Would You Survive the Game of Thrones?
Which Super Smash Bro would Make the Best Step Dad All-Stars Edition?
How Would Spiderman deal with being middle-aged?
Which is the worst fictional afterlife?
The concerns of fictional HR departments.
Why was The Matrix Programmed poorly?
Is Doc Brown an Idiot?

There were a whole series of Harry Potter episodes too which are fantastic - Why hasn't Hogwarts been shut down yet? The Ethical Dilemas of Azkaban.

These guys constantly have me in fits of laughter. They have another comedy podcast about basically any topic called Shut Up a Second. I'd recommend these podcasts to anyone, even if you don't find it as funny as I do, you should get a few laughs. They are both explicit, not that they use swearing for laughs but rather that seems to just be a main part of their regular vocab.

General/Misc

-Song Exploder (Discussions about songs, how they were made, often with interviews with the artists eg: Bjork, KT Tunstall, Harry Gregson- Williams re: The Martian)
-The Shetler Show (good long-form interviews)
-Stuff You Should Know
-Stuff They Don't Want You To Know (By the same guys as SYSN, sceptical and intersting discussion and info about conspiracy topics, alchemy, Serial killers, What happens when we die? etc etc)
-We're Alive - well produced and acted radio-drama set in a zombie apocalypse. It's broken up into seasons, currently there are 48 episodes split over 3 seasons, each episode (bar finales) being around 20 minutes so if you get hooked there is loads to enjoy.

Oh, and serial + 99% Invisible too.



Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: carbonite on March 19, 2016, 04:22:29 PM
Brett Easton Ellis (if he even still does it anymore?)

Bill Simmons (does like 4 per week and or hit or miss, super interesting if you are into NBA nerdery tho)
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Monty Burns on March 19, 2016, 05:43:01 PM
Maybe after we have a few pages of shows we listen to we could organize it abit with categories and stuff in another post . Maybe sticky it
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: childhood on March 19, 2016, 07:24:26 PM
The Flophouse is probably my favorite podcast. Definitely recommended to anyone who likes We Hate Movies or How Did This Get Made.
Similar type of podcast, but I'd rank it heads above all other bad movie podcasts. Of the 3 regular hosts, ones a current Daily Show writer, and another is a former head (lead?) writer for TDS as well. They actually just posted up their 200th ep today, with John Hodgman guesting too.

Bret Easton Ellis is still putting them out, sometimes at least. I was just listening to a recent ep yesterday, with Quentin Tarantino.
I also listen to WTF, You Made It Weird, and The Nerdist, when those shows have a guest on that I'm interested in, at least.
The Champs isn't putting out new eps anymore, but similarly, it's worth going through their archives and listening to the guests you like. It's co-hosted by the guy (who isn't Dave Chappelle) who co-created and co-wrote "Chappelle's Show".

This American Life is a classic that's still worth listening to every week. Haven't listened to Radio Lab in awhile for some reason, but that, along with Serial (the first season especially) have had some of the strongest podcast episodes ever. Check out Fresh Air whenever there's a topic of interest for you on there too.

Song Exploder is my favorite music podcast, which again, I highly recommend you check out the episodes with musicians you're into.

I also listen to Harmontown every week. I could see not everyone being into Dan Harmon, but I always find the episodes entertaining, and highly enjoy Harmon's sense of humor and perspective. If you like "Community" or "Rick & Morty", check it out at least.

I'm really into Who Charted? too. Definitely a good way to keep up a cursory knowledge of what's going on in the charts and pop culture in general, and the host and co-host are super likable, with good guests most weeks too. They just had Paul F. Tompkins on again recently, and I <3 him.

Finally, Stop Podcasting Yourself is basically just a weekly talk podcast with two Canadian comedians and a guest, that I'd reccomend everyone listen to. Never much real deep discussions, but it's always a really enjoyable listen, that I make sure to DL every week, even if I don't know the guest.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Just sniff some glue on March 19, 2016, 07:58:47 PM
Video game Podcasts:

8-4 play
(A podcast of about video games in japan)
Giant bombcast
The Giant Beastcast

Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: fulltechnicalskizzy on March 19, 2016, 08:01:01 PM
(https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/76/24/40/7624402eeb12262195ace321cd68bb85.jpg)

If you're looking for something educational
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: childhood on March 19, 2016, 08:19:02 PM
Video game Podcasts:

8-4 play
(A podcast of about video games in japan)
Giant bombcast
The Giant Beastcast



The Indoor Kids is probably my favorite video game podcast, although it is currently on hiatus.

It's hosted by comedian Kumail Nanjiani (who I'm a big fan of), along with his wife, and even though I'm only a moderate fan of video games, I always enjoy their episodes.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: able on March 19, 2016, 09:15:28 PM
NPR Politics Podcast is my new favorite weekly show. It sprinkles in quite a bit of humor too.

If you're a real news and politics hound like me; check out the TuneIn app.
You can stream live CNN audio without and cable subscription.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: SodaJerk on March 20, 2016, 01:36:16 AM
Freakanomics podcast is usually great. Educational for me.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Just sniff some glue on March 20, 2016, 04:19:40 AM
Video game Podcasts:

8-4 play
(A podcast of about video games in japan)
Giant bombcast
The Giant Beastcast

The Indoor Kids is probably my favorite video game podcast, although it is currently on hiatus.

It's hosted by comedian Kumail Nanjiani (who I'm a big fan of), along with his wife, and even though I'm only a moderate fan of video games, I always enjoy their episodes.

Give the Giant Bombcast a chance. I think those guys are funny. I'll check The indoor kids out. Can never have enough podcast in my phone thats for sure.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Coconut Lotion on March 20, 2016, 06:25:12 AM
skate skate wise wise
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Nigga on March 20, 2016, 09:51:34 PM
Legion of Skanks
Tuesday's with Stories
YKWD
Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
Real Ass Podcast
Monday Morning Podcast

Basically NYC/East Coast comedy podcasts, because most LA comedy sucks dick
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: childhood on March 21, 2016, 12:11:18 AM
Freakanomics podcast is usually great. Educational for me.

Damn, I knew I forgot a few.
Yeah most are pretty solid, and you typically wind up with an, at least partially, different perspective or way of looking at at least one issue.
Still haven't seen the documentary (I think it is?) yet though.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: realitycontrol on March 21, 2016, 12:38:12 AM
Bret Easton Ellis is still putting them out, sometimes at least. I was just listening to a recent ep yesterday, with Quentin Tarantino.

Ellis hasn't made anything in months, the Tarantino episode was from December. And that is the most recent episode.

Also, I love the Phil Hendrie podcast, although I understand if people wouldn't be into it. It takes me back to my high school days in the late nineties back when he was on KFI.

If you're under 40 and a sports fan in the LA market, I'd recommend the Petros and Money podcast. They're some funny dudes.

Mark Maron's WTF

Serial

Pretty much all public radio podcasts are worth subscribing to.

Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: childhood on March 21, 2016, 12:41:45 AM
Oh, I didn't see the release date. They were talking The Hateful Eight so I figured it was more recent.
Was there a formal announcement, or was that just the last one, as of now?
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Paco Supreme on March 21, 2016, 03:12:00 AM
I usually listen to at least a podcast a day at work just to speed things up, i had no idea what a podcast was until a couple years ago when a youtube company i frequent started doing them and it snowballed from there. best part is that company joined another larger one with multiple podcasts done throughout the week.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: ALABAMAMAN on March 21, 2016, 07:50:09 AM
your mom's house podcast with Tom Segura and Christina Pazsitzky have very high and tight jeans...
http://yourmomshousepodcast.com (http://yourmomshousepodcast.com)
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: satandrinksforties on March 21, 2016, 07:57:04 AM
if you're into graff, you should listen to the Legends Thursday podcast. There are some rad interviews others not so much. but thats just a personal opinion.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: rfox on March 21, 2016, 09:16:24 AM
Astonishing Legends is really good

Until I lose Interest with David Taylor

The Crabfeast with Jay Larson and Ryan Sickler

The Full Charge Power Hour With Matt Fulchiron

I had to stop listening to JRE awhile back and Skeptic Tank seems to be headed that way for me.  I can't listen to Your Mom's House without a guest on
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Mostly on March 21, 2016, 01:16:42 PM
I listen to lots of previously mentioned podcast so I'll add the ones not mentioned below.

On The Media. NPR show about media.

Tall Tales. LA DJ bro with female co-host. I have no interest in DJ stuff but for some reason these guys are interesting to me.

Slate Political Gabfest. Smart people talking about current politics events.

Invisibilia. Like radiolab basically.

StartUp. Show chronicling a single startup business for a season.

A Life Well Wasted. Video games. This one isn't updated anymore but old episodes are evergreen. I don't fuck with video games but find this show super good.

MostlySkateboarding. I'm just plugging my own podcast which features skaters telling a single story each episode.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: McDuff on March 21, 2016, 02:17:44 PM
Legion of Skanks
Tuesday's with Stories
YKWD
Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
Real Ass Podcast
Monday Morning Podcast

Basically NYC/East Coast comedy podcasts, because most LA comedy sucks dick

^ yup, all of these.

also skim through the Nerdist for good guests. dudes had everyone on there. Hardwick isnt exactly the funniest guy, but i like the questions he asks.

also listen to Kill Tony. Tony Hinchliffe (prob didnt spell that right) is funny on his podcast and on other peoples, but i didnt like his netflix special too much. maybe ill watch it again. anyways, his podcast is basically an open mic. about 50 people sign up, then their names are drawn randomly, and they have 60 seconds. tony, and his two guests then talk about what worked, what didnt etc. sometimes they just make fun of her/hm.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Righteous Victim on March 21, 2016, 02:40:41 PM
Norm Macdonald Live - Does it like TV. It's funny to see him completely derail conversations if he wants. Fuck with his guests. And stuff.

Norm Macdonald Makes Andy Dick Laugh At 9/11 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmi0mDc-cBY#)

Let's Drown Out... - From Yahtzee Croshaw, the Zero Punctuation video game critic guy. Him and his insufferably smug friend Gabriel do very loose let's plays where they sometimes talk about the game but usually talk about anything else. Takes a longass time to stop hating Gabriel but they make a great match.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: BURRRPRINT on August 22, 2016, 11:22:43 PM
I rather bump a thread related to my post, than create a new one.

Anyone can recommend additional good skate podcasts?

What I know:
Alex Olson show
Shetler show
The Bunt
Chris Roberts show
Mostly skateboarding podcast
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: childhood on August 23, 2016, 12:20:24 AM
You know about the Tim O'Connor one too right?

It's too bad that never became a regular thing, I love some of those episodes.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: shit_for_brains on August 23, 2016, 01:04:49 AM
your mom's house podcast with Tom Segura and Christina Pazsitzky have very high and tight jeans...
http://yourmomshousepodcast.com (http://yourmomshousepodcast.com)
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Beeda Weeda on August 23, 2016, 05:23:50 AM
reuters offers quite a few good ones
war college being one of my favorites
at teh letters (blue jays)
serial- was awesome, but they don't update it
THe nine club is good, and it seems like they are learning on the fly and improving each episode.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: my pregnant head on August 23, 2016, 09:50:40 AM
Not an expert by any means. Really put off by the dipshit Bro mentality that ruins so many of the most popular ones. Here's a couple I like anyway.

I'm pretty into movies so I really dig on The Next Picture show (http://thenextpictureshow.tumblr.com/ (http://thenextpictureshow.tumblr.com/)). It's the folks that used to the dissolve podcast back when it was around. They take two movies, one old and one in the cinema at the moment and dedicate an episode to each comparing themes etc etc. Always great. Smart folks saying interesting stuff.

On a similar note, these guys have been going for years and are still great. Filmspotting (http://filmspotting.net/ (http://filmspotting.net/)) Like 11 years worth of archives there so plenty to look back on if you have an interest in movies. I listen every week and go back and check out old episodes all the time. Really good stuff.

This might be a little more niche but there is a football ("Soccer") thread on here so thought some of you guys might be into. Maybe I'm biased coming from Ireland but these dudes (http://www.irishtimes.com/sport/second-captains (http://www.irishtimes.com/sport/second-captains)) are the absolute best at what they do. Just smarter, funnier and overall better than other english football podcasts. Their non-soccer show is available there too, Covering all sports (NFL, NBA, MMA, Olympics etc) though they usually have a section on Gaelic Games too which I doubt means much to anyone outside of the country. Football show is absolutely worth checking out for anyone with any interest though.

Shout out to The Bunt too. By far best skate podcast. Chris Roberts has been a favourite of mine for as long as I can remember but dude really needs to stop asking people about their fucking instagrams...
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Abyss1 on August 23, 2016, 10:52:27 AM
Comedy:
Bill Burr - Monday Morning/Thursday Afternoon
The Bodega Boys
The Brilliant Idiots
Joe Rogan Experience
Kevin Smith Smodcast
Marc Moran

Hip Hop:
Taxstone- Tax Season
N.O.R.E Drink Champs
Juan Epstine



Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: concerned_parent on August 23, 2016, 11:12:18 AM
black tapes / tanis / limetown
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: slappies on August 23, 2016, 12:12:39 PM
Apparently I've already posted in here, so look at page 1 if you want to see my suggestions. I will add the newish podcast that Billy West does. I'm a big fan of his, so if you are too it's worth checking out. On the topic of podcasts though, what ever happened to the Grant Patterson episode of The Bunt? It was the only one I missed, they seem to have taken it off Soundcloud and didn't put it on iTunes.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: j....soy..... on August 23, 2016, 02:06:11 PM
I wanna hear that one.....

It's done now but the champs is good for old school hip hop and comedy.....
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: habby on November 16, 2016, 07:55:09 PM
your mom's house podcast with Tom Segura and Christina Pazsitzky have very high and tight jeans...
http://yourmomshousepodcast.com (http://yourmomshousepodcast.com)

been binging this podcast lately. love jeans

I have been consistently listening to these for past few years:
-Rogan
-Ari Shaffirs Skeptic Tank
-Adam Carolla(kind of went down hill a bit imo)
-Turned out a Punk w/ Damien Abraham from the band Fucked Up
-Mark Maron
-Duncan Trussell Family Hour
-Bert Kreichers podcast

Newer ones i have been digging:
-Tuesdays with Stories(comedians Joe List and Mark Normands podcast)
-Nines Club
-Drifters Sympathy w/ Emil Amos from the bands Grails, Om, Holy Sons etc.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: j....soy..... on November 16, 2016, 11:08:07 PM
I listen to the rowdy roddy piper one....
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Nigga on December 07, 2016, 08:32:40 PM
CUMTOWN IS THE BEST PODCAST
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: j....soy..... on December 08, 2016, 08:23:33 AM
The norm macdonald one and the Gilbert godfried one.....

Snoops....
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Mr. Fink on December 08, 2016, 07:18:41 PM
I'm so glad that some of you guys like Norm's podcast. He is a treasure to this planet.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: chockfullofthat on December 09, 2016, 10:13:38 PM
I listen to Tim Heidecker's Office Hours. You'd probably find it very boring, but I love the guy so much. 

LSE sometimes has good lectures from authors, sometimes mind numbingly boring.
This is Hell is interviews with authors, the host does a great job. 
New Yorker Politics and More.

I'd like to take the chance to shit on Joe Rogan's podcast and NPR stuff.

I'd really like something like Joe Rogan's podcast without Joe Rogan.  Should I check out WTF? 

Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Grind King Rims on December 10, 2016, 01:18:07 AM
Been really into Hollywood Handbook lately. I just love the cheeky way those guys speak.

I'm a big fan of Doug Loves Movies, even though I've grown to hate Doug Benson over the years. Least funny comedian, but very good show.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Matze on December 10, 2016, 07:22:11 AM
Guys we fucked is pretty good.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Grind King Rims on December 10, 2016, 03:39:07 PM
Can't wait for the next season of More Perfect, that's a great podcast.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: j....soy..... on December 10, 2016, 11:18:59 PM
Theotis on snoops is funny....

Theotis: '900?  It means you spin six times in the air......no wait......five....five times.....'
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Spike Hawke on December 11, 2016, 01:54:03 AM
Scroobius Pips Distraction Pieces. Interviews with famous/non-famous peeps.

Say Why to Drugs. An informative thing which picks a different drug each week. From MDMA to caffeine. Not pro drugs but pro fsct snf snti myth.

Football Ramble. Football (soccer) chat
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Nigga on December 11, 2016, 07:11:45 AM
Guys we fucked is pretty good.

Are you a 23 year old girl
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Grind King Rims on December 11, 2016, 02:11:43 PM
Guys we fucked is pretty good.

Are you a 23 year old girl

Yeah, asl?
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: L33Tg33k on December 11, 2016, 07:52:57 PM
Skeptic's Guide to the Universe.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: happenstance on December 12, 2016, 01:47:01 PM
I am a avid podcast consumer. Listen to at least 1 per day. Most of the stuff I am into is human interest, news, science, current events type stuff with a few other odds and ends.

Almost everything Gimlet Media is doing is fantastic:

-Crimetown
-Homecoming
-Undone
-Reply All
-Startup Podcast

Other staples:

-NPR Politics Podcast
-More Perfect
-Freakonomics Radio
-Planet Money
-Serial
-99% Invisible
-Radio Lab
-Criminal
-This American Life

And of course all of the skateboarding staples: Tim O'Connor, Mostly Skateboarding, Bunt, and The Nine Club.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Matze on December 12, 2016, 11:09:33 PM
Guys we fucked is pretty good.

Are you a 23 year old girl

Yeah, asl?

Someone is offended. Think the topics that they discuss are pretty interesting, not agreeing with 100% they are saying, but it's important people talk about certain topics. Is it a podcast that discusses white womens problems? Yes! And some stuff is just hilarious.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Grind King Rims on December 13, 2016, 06:14:28 AM
Guys we fucked is pretty good.

Are you a 23 year old girl

Yeah, asl?

Someone is offended. Think the topics that they discuss are pretty interesting, not agreeing with 100% they are saying, but it's important people talk about certain topics. Is it a podcast that discusses white womens problems? Yes! And some stuff is just hilarious.

Nice one, might check it out. What are the hosts like?
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: BURRRPRINT on December 24, 2016, 07:58:03 AM
Tony Hawk was featured on Art Of Charm podcast, I enjoyed the episode.

http://theartofcharm.com/podcast-episodes/tony-hawk-how-did-i-get-here-episode-575/ (http://theartofcharm.com/podcast-episodes/tony-hawk-how-did-i-get-here-episode-575/)
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: habby on August 30, 2017, 09:31:31 AM
been listening to a ton of legion of skanks lately. they have been killing it

watched this epi of big jay's show last night. it had me dyin. best comedy show i've seen in forever
Big Jay Oakerson's What's Your [email protected]%king Deal?! - Full Episode - Season 2 - Episode 1 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g_mlaAXJ8M#)
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Grind King Rims on August 30, 2017, 02:40:02 PM
All I've been listening to lately is Cum Town, Chapo Trap House, Hannibal Buress's Handsome Rambler and Hollywood Handbook.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: sexualhelon on August 30, 2017, 06:05:38 PM
Last podcast on the left: About serial killers but mixes in a ton of humor

The Bunt: You guys have surely heard of this, skateboarding podcast that asks the questions Crob won't

Nine Club: Obvious, super good skate podcast, but sometimes too vanilla for me.

The investors field guide: Patrick O'Shaughnessy is really intelligent, has interesting guests, and this offers lots of good investing advice.

Democracy now: Good unbiased political/news podcast but lately I've been trying to mostly ignore politics

99% invisible: Really good podcast on interesting things you may not think much about. Very informative.

And that's all I got for now.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: habby on August 31, 2017, 10:43:17 AM
All I've been listening to lately is Cum Town, Chapo Trap House, Hannibal Buress's Handsome Rambler and Hollywood Handbook.

How is Hannibal's podcast? I dig his stuff and all his Rogan appearances have been good
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Grind King Rims on September 01, 2017, 01:34:16 AM
All I've been listening to lately is Cum Town, Chapo Trap House, Hannibal Buress's Handsome Rambler and Hollywood Handbook.

How is Hannibal's podcast? I dig his stuff and all his Rogan appearances have been good

It's actually a lot better than I thought it would be at the start. He and Tony Trim are a good pair. They have a set-up of moog's, drum machines, voice effects and a theremin that's slowly getting larger and larger, so every episode they just introduce the guest to all that stuff and have shitty little jam sessions in between interview questions. But it is fun. And the guests are usually all quality and entertaining, even the ones you'd never have heard of before. As you'd expect with Hannibal it's really mellow, I enjoy it in the morning with my coffee.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: habby on September 01, 2017, 12:23:10 PM
nice gonna peep it
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: fulltechnicalskizzy on September 01, 2017, 01:13:21 PM
Chip Chipperson Podacast is entertaining and really informative
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: rfox on September 01, 2017, 05:31:36 PM
the dollop - american history
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: max power on September 01, 2017, 05:54:21 PM
Chip Chipperson Podacast is entertaining and really informative
This is a lie. I like Jim Norton, but that character sucks.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: fulltechnicalskizzy on September 01, 2017, 07:15:34 PM
Needs more Uncle Paul
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: aloftystandard on September 02, 2017, 07:13:00 PM
These are a few that I Listen to on a regular basis

Comedy and commentary:

Uhh Yeah Dude - two dudes just talking shit, one of the longest running podcast in the game
Bodega Boys- also two dudes talking shit more topical though
My Brother My Brother and Me- Three brothers talking nonsense its pretty damn funny and a good palate cleanser after something heavy

Politics and news :

The Daily -NYT puts out a 15-20 minute episode everyday really well produced always good for a talking point
Slates Political Gab Fest- recap of the week typically has a good debate somewhere along the way
Vox's The Weeds- very in depth policy driven conversation can be boring at times but typically very enlightening
Pod Save America- four former aides to President Obama recap the week in politics usually have a good guest [/li][/list]

Interview:

Turned out a Punk- Damian from Fucked Up interviews people who grew up in punk they talk  how it influences their life today
The Ezra Klein Show- features people involved in politics and media has a good spread of right and left leaning guest
Waking Up with Sam Harris- long form controversial interviews with controversial quest he himself is rather controversial [/li][/list]


Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: childhood on September 03, 2017, 10:46:29 AM
Yeah, I listen to Pod Save America, and some of their related podcasts too.
It's cool to hear some behind-the-scenes type stuff sometimes, and pretty surprising how good of a sense of humor a lot of them have.


Been listening to Michael Ian Black's interview podcast a lot this weekend:
http://howtobeamazingshow.com/ (http://howtobeamazingshow.com/)
He's a pretty good interviewer. I don't listen to the episodes unless I'm interested in the guest, but all the ones I've heard are good.

Also listening to Jon Gabrus' podcast alot the past couple weeks:
https://headgum.com/high-and-mighty (https://headgum.com/high-and-mighty)
Super funny, conversational-type podcast, loosely based around one topic.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Grind King Rims on September 04, 2017, 01:44:49 AM
Both High and Mighty episodes with Hayes and Sean from Hollywood Handbook were great. Jon Gabrus is really funny.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Get fired up on October 26, 2017, 09:20:34 PM
Listened to this today, Intreasting take in pool skating. 

https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/the-pool-and-the-stream/

Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: max power on October 27, 2017, 12:38:56 AM
Listened to this today, Intreasting take in pool skating. 

https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/the-pool-and-the-stream/
Can't listen to it. Dudes voice bugs the shit outta me.

What's Good with Stretch and Bobbito is excellent.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Get fired up on October 27, 2017, 09:06:52 PM
Listened to this today, Intreasting take in pool skating. 

https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/the-pool-and-the-stream/
Can't listen to it. Dudes voice bugs the shit outta me.

What's Good with Stretch and Bobbito is excellent.

Iíll check that out, I liked their documentry on Netflix.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: brycickle on October 28, 2017, 10:08:49 PM
I know it's been mentioned briefly before, but Last Podcast on the Left is amazing. If you want to hear about horrible people doing horrible things, while laughing your ass off, listen to this.

Also, Intercepted w/ Jeremy Scahill is pretty good if you're a lefty like me.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: patrick c. on October 30, 2017, 09:51:10 PM
Has anyone mentioned Max White Presents?  He doesn't really update it anymore but he has some really good interviews with Ohio/NYC skaters.  The Zared one is a favorite:
https://soundcloud.com/maxwhitepresents/episode-25-max-white-presentszered-bassett (https://soundcloud.com/maxwhitepresents/episode-25-max-white-presentszered-bassett)
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: tortfeasor on October 31, 2017, 07:44:00 AM
2600
This American life
60 minutes
Planet money
Last podcast on the left
Bill Burr
Radio Lab
9 club

S town was amazing. First season of serial was pretty good. I listen to A whole lotta stern too.


Iíve always loved talk radio and am so happy that podcasts have ushered in a second golden age for the medium
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Beeda Weeda on October 31, 2017, 08:19:36 AM
pardon my take- if you like sports, and comedy, this is the best podcast going. I laugh uncontrollably in public.
serial- never gets updated, but its quality listening
pbs front line and front line dispatch are both really good
at the letters -blue jays podcast
the bunt- can be awesome at times and horrible at other times
nine club -see above, it has its moments depends on the guest
Bill Maher- audio from the Friday night show and overtime is posted every Saturday morning. I enjoy this
news- bbc, cbc, pbs
the daily- liberal news magazine show every morning
up first- short news magazine every morning
real Canadian true crime-  this is very  good, and really graphic
jordan b peterson- he posts lectures as a podcast fairly frequently, interesting guy
embedded- NPR news show that is good most of the time
reveal- another news magazine show
Joe Rogan with a good guest is awesome, without good guest, goodbye
laces out-barstool football show
pro football talk with mike florio


I am constantly adding and deleting  subscriptions and trying new podcasts.



Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Grind King Rims on October 31, 2017, 08:32:43 AM
I still only listen to Cum Town, Chapo Trap House, Hannibal Burress's the Handsome Rambler and the occassional Earwolf comedy podcast like Comedy Bang Bang or Hollywood Handbook. Also the nine club. I kind of want to get back into NPR shit.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: slappies on October 31, 2017, 09:15:35 AM
http://boogiemonster.libsyn.com/

I've been on a binge with this one. Kyle Kinane is one of my favorite comedians, he and Dave Stone (another great comic) discuss different conspiracies/cryptids. They are not professionals by any means on any of the topics (and usually just end up talking about fried chicken) but it's always interesting and really funny. It sounds like hanging out with two buddies talking about weird shit you read on the internet.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: habby on October 31, 2017, 09:30:30 AM
I still only listen to Cum Town, Chapo Trap House, Hannibal Burress's the Handsome Rambler and the occassional Earwolf comedy podcast like Comedy Bang Bang or Hollywood Handbook. Also the nine club. I kind of want to get back into NPR shit.

i've become a full time cumboy over the past few months. nick kills me
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Grind King Rims on October 31, 2017, 03:08:22 PM
I still only listen to Cum Town, Chapo Trap House, Hannibal Burress's the Handsome Rambler and the occassional Earwolf comedy podcast like Comedy Bang Bang or Hollywood Handbook. Also the nine club. I kind of want to get back into NPR shit.

i've become a full time cumboy over the past few months. nick kills me

Dude, same. Nick is hilarious, but Stav is low key the beating heart of the show. At first I thought his laugh was annoying and his humor was crude, but as time goes on you realize he's the one most aware of the tone of the show and the one most often in control of guiding the conversation.

By the way, if you look for the comptroller of cumtown you can get the premium episodes on the sly.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: habby on October 31, 2017, 03:37:16 PM
I still only listen to Cum Town, Chapo Trap House, Hannibal Burress's the Handsome Rambler and the occassional Earwolf comedy podcast like Comedy Bang Bang or Hollywood Handbook. Also the nine club. I kind of want to get back into NPR shit.

i've become a full time cumboy over the past few months. nick kills me

Dude, same. Nick is hilarious, but Stav is low key the beating heart of the show. At first I thought his laugh was annoying and his humor was crude, but as time goes on you realize he's the one most aware of the tone of the show and the one most often in control of guiding the conversation.

By the way, if you look for the comptroller of cumtown you can get the premium episodes on the sly.

that is pretty spot on with stav thinking bout it

and ooooooo thanks for the hot tip! just found em. big ups my man
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Kumiko on October 31, 2017, 04:15:29 PM
I have no idea what a comptroller is, but you can find all the premium cum town stuff here: https://www.mediafire.com/folder/4148xk6qq4nx0/CumTown
Bully Town is one of the best ones.

I've been listening to Episode One lately. Every episode is a parody podcast of varying interests/personalities. The cop episode is probably the best one so far.
https://soundcloud.com/episode-one-868768631/e1-two-weeks-paid-leave-12
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: childhood on November 03, 2017, 07:24:20 PM
New Jon Gabrus/Lauren Lapkus podcast "Raised By TV", is coming out on November 8th:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wW4JUKPWCc
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Grind King Rims on November 05, 2017, 12:55:48 PM
Oh right on, I'll definitely check that out.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Molte on November 06, 2017, 03:23:48 AM
I'm spending in between 3Ĺ and 4 hours in car every day at the moment. Getting a car radio alowing me to plug in my iPhone is the best thing happening to me on this account. Great 30 year birthday gift right there..

First, I supercharged through a lot of The Heart - maybe it's a little bit gay listening to this kind of a show as a guy, but I'm desperately looking for a girlfriend.

Then I started listening a little bit to Philosophy This!

And right now, 99 Percent Invicible is jaming all the time..

https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/the-pool-and-the-stream/
--> and this piece here from 99PI is just amazing..

The dayli car trip has gone from reeeealy long and boring to a lot, lot less unbearable.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Molte on November 06, 2017, 03:28:36 AM
Just found this one, and I can't wait to get to it.
https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/episode-71-in-and-out-of-love/
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: habby on November 06, 2017, 08:54:50 AM
^that podcast seems cool. my friend sent me this epi of it last week: https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/episode-20-nikko-concrete-commando/ (https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/episode-20-nikko-concrete-commando/) - was a quick ten minute listen that had a lil bit of a twist at the end. pretty interesting
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: j....soy..... on November 20, 2017, 05:50:19 PM
There's a stance socks podcast w Erica Yary on....it's not bad....the recent Chris Cole one he talks about getting in fights.....
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: EricLogan on December 11, 2017, 07:41:44 PM
http://boogiemonster.libsyn.com/

I've been on a binge with this one. Kyle Kinane is one of my favorite comedians, he and Dave Stone (another great comic) discuss different conspiracies/cryptids. They are not professionals by any means on any of the topics (and usually just end up talking about fried chicken) but it's always interesting and really funny. It sounds like hanging out with two buddies talking about weird shit you read on the internet.

Seconded.

Bizarre States; discovered them, as they had Kyle Kinane & Dave Stone on as guests. Similar subject matter, a lot more structured. They also pepper in recent weird world news events and listener stories.

Lore is another podcast rooted in the supernatural, focusing largely on urban legends and the historical origins thereof. Be forewarned, many people can't get over the narrator/creators voice. If you dig it, the guy also has several books/audio books out there & a tv adaptation of his podcast on Amazon video.

The Todd Barry Podcast offers a similar conversational feel as the BMP but w/o the promise of the supernatural.

The Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher is a live show featuring one expert on a subject and a panel of comedians to punch it up.

Here We Are w/ Shane Mauss deals largely w/ brain science and psychedelics

To the guy who likes the Joe Rogan podcast but hates Joe Rogan, I'd say You Made it Weird is more what you're looking for than WTF, though both are good.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Hmmmm Nice Bike on March 06, 2018, 03:37:42 PM
I've been listening to Tim O'Connors podcast a bit lately. I love listening to members of the old Habitat team just shoot the shit and tell stories. He also interviewed the Gonz. http://jenkemmag.libsyn.com/
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: j....soy..... on March 06, 2018, 08:21:29 PM
I listen to the F'n Rad podcast which is snowboarding.....spittin chicklets which is a hockey one... Directors Cut= film.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Dwyck on March 07, 2018, 08:36:50 AM
cum town
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Kumiko on March 07, 2018, 11:10:35 AM
Do You Know who Jason Segel Is? rules. It's two guys calling random businesses asking if they know who Jason Segel is along with a multitude of other dumb questions.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: slappies on March 07, 2018, 11:14:33 AM
Do You Know who Jason Segel Is? rules. It's two guys calling random businesses asking if they know who Jason Segel is along with a multitude of other dumb questions.

That's Brendon Walsh and Nick Thune, great comedians. I've been meaning to check it out, thanks for reminding me of that.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Mundungus on March 08, 2018, 05:45:39 PM
I've been listening to Tim O'Connors podcast a bit lately. I love listening to members of the old Habitat team just shoot the shit and tell stories. He also interviewed the Gonz. http://jenkemmag.libsyn.com/

The Fred Gall episodes are both super sick too, the editing and sound quality kind of sucks tho
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Grind King Rims on March 09, 2018, 04:38:50 AM
I'm still using the link from the previous page to listen to old premium episodes of cum town. If anyone has a similar link for the premium episodes of chapo trap house, please let me know and let the gnars rain upon you.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Hmmmm Nice Bike on March 09, 2018, 05:37:54 AM
I've been listening to Tim O'Connors podcast a bit lately. I love listening to members of the old Habitat team just shoot the shit and tell stories. He also interviewed the Gonz. http://jenkemmag.libsyn.com/

The Fred Gall episodes are both super sick too, the editing and sound quality kind of sucks tho

Fred has some crazy stories for sure. Hope to see him on Nine Club someday.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: ChuckRamone on April 10, 2018, 06:31:36 AM
The History of English by Kevin Stroud is really good so far. Itís linguistics mixed with history.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Monkey_Mcpott on April 10, 2018, 07:08:40 AM
Comedy podcast anyone?

Crime in Sports and Small Town Murder is one of the best.

Timesuck is pretty good.

Been Listening to The Bodega Boys a lot lately too.

Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: CINCINNATI on April 10, 2018, 07:15:03 AM
always liked this american life, haven't tried out serial yet but have heard nothing but good things about it
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: childhood on April 10, 2018, 09:55:01 AM
First season of Serial is so fucking good. There's a reason everybody was obsessed with it when it first came out.

I didn't even get through the second Serial series though...True Detective level of quality drop-off between the premiere and sophomore seasons.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/29/us/adnan-syed-serial.html
Adnan's getting a new trial soon. Even though I think he probably was involved in the murder in some way, his original trial did seem sketchy.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: RIDEFLANNELV2 on April 10, 2018, 11:15:58 AM
Season 1 of Serial was awesome. I went to a QNA with Adnan's lawyer several years ago which was super interesting too.

Been listening to Reveal by PRX a lot lately. The latest episode about Trump's Washington hotel and the Malaysia 1mdb scandal was a great listen.

https://www.revealnews.org/episodes/checking-into-president-trumps-washington-dc-hotel/
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: tortfeasor on April 10, 2018, 01:17:52 PM
always liked this american life, haven't tried out serial yet but have heard nothing but good things about it

the first season of serial is good but "s-town" just takes takes the format to the next level.  i know that s-town could have never happened without serial but dear lord s-town is amazing. if you have not listened to s-town yet and you like TAL-- start s-town asap.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: aloftystandard on April 10, 2018, 01:32:04 PM
MINION DEATH CULT
A "political" podcast where they basically find insane facebook post and viral shit from gnarly right wing racist and make fun of them while also talking a bit of policy along the way. Taking on everyone from Ben Shapiro to your shitty uncle that is wont shut the fuck up about THE WALL. Its funny a bit crass at times but still insightful. Its topical but worth checking out some back episodes the black panther episode was great.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/minion-death-cult/id1314166800?mt=2
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Sammich on April 17, 2018, 07:26:00 AM
Cum Town forever
The Dollop
Bodega Boys
Last Podcast On The Left
Chapo Trap House
99% Invisible
Your Mom's House
Ear Hustle
Here Be Monsters

Saving me from work and commute boredom.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Nigga on April 23, 2018, 08:03:54 AM
im glad you guys took my advice to listen to cum town its clearly bc im the alpha male of slap and you all can't help but follow suit my next command is i want one of you send in pics of your moms feet
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Pete on April 26, 2018, 04:54:50 AM
DVM is funny if youíre into very ny-specific comedy. And this was years before Vice so they were taking shots at everyone. Been done for while but the archive is there.
Bodega boys
Drink Champs with Noreaga
The champs rip but again archive exists.

Free max b
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Hmmmm Nice Bike on April 26, 2018, 05:51:01 AM
Cum Town forever
The Dollop
Bodega Boys
Last Podcast On The Left
Chapo Trap House
99% Invisible
Your Mom's House
Ear Hustle
Here Be Monsters

Saving me from work and commute boredom.

I got into Last Podcast On The Left about a month ago and already nearly listened to all their episodes.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Hacksaw Jim Duggan on April 27, 2018, 08:54:07 AM
Cum Town forever
The Dollop
Bodega Boys
Last Podcast On The Left
Chapo Trap House
99% Invisible
Your Mom's House
Ear Hustle
Here Be Monsters

Saving me from work and commute boredom.

I got into Last Podcast On The Left about a month ago and already nearly listened to all their episodes.

Been listening to LPOTL for a while now. Fucking great content and very excited for the book. Anyone know of any other good occult podcasts that arenít too serious/dumb?
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: brent on April 27, 2018, 07:19:32 PM
marcus from LPOTL used to work at the record shop near my house, he was a pretty weird dude back then
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: j....soy..... on April 29, 2018, 01:28:04 PM
Visual Revolution has one with French Fred which is good....some other skaters in there too.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Sammich on May 11, 2018, 04:17:30 PM
Cum Town forever
The Dollop
Bodega Boys
Last Podcast On The Left
Chapo Trap House
99% Invisible
Your Mom's House
Ear Hustle
Here Be Monsters

Saving me from work and commute boredom.

I got into Last Podcast On The Left about a month ago and already nearly listened to all their episodes.

Been listening to LPOTL for a while now. Fucking great content and very excited for the book. Anyone know of any other good occult podcasts that arenít too serious/dumb?

I've been looking myself, but they all besides LPOTL take themselves too serious/lack comedy.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Monkey_Mcpott on May 11, 2018, 04:58:54 PM
Cum Town forever
The Dollop
Bodega Boys
Last Podcast On The Left
Chapo Trap House
99% Invisible
Your Mom's House
Ear Hustle
Here Be Monsters

Saving me from work and commute boredom.

I got into Last Podcast On The Left about a month ago and already nearly listened to all their episodes.

Been listening to LPOTL for a while now. Fucking great content and very excited for the book. Anyone know of any other good occult podcasts that arenít too serious/dumb?

I've been looking myself, but they all besides LPOTL take themselves too serious/lack comedy.


I mentioned it earlier but has anyone tried crime in sports or small town murder. Really good mix of crime/comedy and consistently funny.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Sammich on May 11, 2018, 06:02:30 PM
Cum Town forever
The Dollop
Bodega Boys
Last Podcast On The Left
Chapo Trap House
99% Invisible
Your Mom's House
Ear Hustle
Here Be Monsters

Saving me from work and commute boredom.

I got into Last Podcast On The Left about a month ago and already nearly listened to all their episodes.

Been listening to LPOTL for a while now. Fucking great content and very excited for the book. Anyone know of any other good occult podcasts that arenít too serious/dumb?

I've been looking myself, but they all besides LPOTL take themselves too serious/lack comedy.


I mentioned it earlier but has anyone tried crime in sports or small town murder. Really good mix of crime/comedy and consistently funny.

I'll definitely give those a listen, thanks man
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: GOKU on May 11, 2018, 09:22:13 PM
Fancy Lad has a podcast, it's alright. Not that great, they mainly just interview friends so it's not exactly anything most people would care about unless you're a big Fancy Lad fan.

If you're a fan of video game music, Retro Game Audio is an AMAZING podcast. They dig deep and have lots of obscure gems to get acquainted with, I love it so much.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Grind King Rims on May 13, 2018, 12:40:39 PM
Fancy Lad has a podcast, it's alright. Not that great, they mainly just interview friends so it's not exactly anything most people would care about unless you're a big Fancy Lad fan.

If you're a fan of video game music, Retro Game Audio is an AMAZING podcast. They dig deep and have lots of obscure gems to get acquainted with, I love it so much.

Cool, what's the name of the Fancy Lad podcast?

Citations Needed is pretty great.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: AsianVegan on May 14, 2018, 04:24:41 AM
I've been really liking this one. It basically just 2 people swapping interesting facts about everyday ingredients but its super enjoyable. Emily Naismith is my new crush.
http://ingredipedia.com.au/
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Mooley on May 15, 2018, 01:07:30 PM
Caliphate is one that's only just getting going but has me hooked already. The NYT's terrorism reporter talks about her experiences trying to understand life under ISIS. First few eps have some pretty amazing interview recordings with a Canadian kid that went overseas to fight with them.

Your Kickstarter Sucks is a great time too, for something completely different.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Mark Renton on May 15, 2018, 01:31:26 PM
The 'Coffee break's to keep french and spanish on lock. Might add german. Basic but useful.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Paco Supreme on May 27, 2018, 04:17:25 PM
Been listening to one called "Plumbing the Death Eaters", its just four guys hanging shit on the harry potter universe, its pretty funny
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: pugmaster on May 27, 2018, 04:40:36 PM
I really enjoy Jocko Willink podcasts.  He has a couple books out which were fun to read.  He's a gnarly military guy but I appreciate his extreme dedication to discipline, I find it inspiring.

Basically, in the first (roughly) 30 episodes, he covers war related books and provides commentary.  The content he covers is, at times, totally fucking brutal (i.e., 800,000+ people murdered in Rwanda by machetes).  It is tragic to hear, but beneficial I believe in knowing what humanity is capable of.   
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: childhood on September 06, 2018, 02:41:52 PM
It's Lauren Lapkus' birthday today, so everybody should go and subscribe to her (somewhat) new podcast with Paul F. Tompkins and Scott Aukerman, Threedom:
https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/threedom-premium
I just started listening to it like a week ago and it's hilarious. It's a paid podcast, but you can get like a month of Stitcher for free, if you put in THREEDOM as a promo code.

Another paid podcast that's totally worth it is Action Boyz:
https://www.patreon.com/ActionBoyz
I know there's at least a few Jon Gabrus fans on here.

I also just finished listening to the first season of Slow Burn, it's about Watergate and is super good. I'm about to start the second season, that focuses on the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
http://www.slate.com/articles/podcasts/slow_burn.html
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: the_unknown_soldier on September 06, 2018, 07:20:45 PM
If anyone else is a Simpsons buff, Talking Simpsons is a chronological podcast going through every single episode and discussing all the jokes, behind the scenes facts, etc. Right now they're in the middle of season 8. They also have a podcast called What A Cartoon where they give similar treatment to other animated shows in terms of analysis.



Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: cilantro on September 07, 2018, 08:03:15 PM
Man I was just gonna be annoying and suggest yíall check out the Nine Club, ended up finding 15+ podcasts to subscribe to
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Billy Bitchcakes on September 14, 2018, 12:37:49 PM
If anyone else is a Simpsons buff, Talking Simpsons is a chronological podcast going through every single episode and discussing all the jokes, behind the scenes facts, etc. Right now they're in the middle of season 8. They also have a podcast called What A Cartoon where they give similar treatment to other animated shows in terms of analysis.

haven't listened to that but Four Finger Discount is another in the same vein with 2 aussie blokes, they do a good run through of the episodes and have a few interviews etc as well. if you're a rick and morty fan then A Plumbus Among Us is a good one for that too
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: childhood on September 17, 2018, 07:36:33 PM
https://www.vox.com/culture/2018/9/17/17869050/serial-season-3-preview-premiere-date
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: Switch_fsflip_noseslide on September 18, 2018, 10:22:48 PM
 Listen to very few. But if you want a hockey podcast listen to puck soup.
Title: Re: Podcasts
Post by: midevilco on September 18, 2018, 11:46:59 PM
No Agenda Show.

Breaks down stories in the news, and the various mainstream media memes from an everyman's perspective.

Live twice a week on Thursdays and Sundays at 9am. Listen to the recent episode anytime @

http://www.noagendashow.com/

Adam is a former MTV VJ and generally viewed as the podfather.

No podcasting thread would be complete without his mention.

John Dvorak is a tech reporter from the early days, and is jaded as a 30+ year old slap poster.

If you listen to that Pod Saves America crap, they might just shit down your throat.