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Top Ten Favorite Podcasts
I’m a really big fan of podcasts, and I’m really glad this week is an audio freebie, because I knew this would be the perfect time to talk about some of my favorites. I listen to a lot of podcasts, and picking 10 was really hard! I know I’ve mentioned most of them before, but I think they’re definitely worth checking out. All links will take you to the podcast website- except Dear Hank And John, that one goes to a general website for the both of them.
- Lore. It’s a different story every week, and it’s based on a real life story. I’ve never heard of a lot of the stories that he tells, but they’re all really interesting to listen to.
- Welcome To Night Vale. I am a huge fan of Night Vale, and it’s weird and delightful, and I look forward to every new episode. They also have a couple of other podcasts now, and I really like Alice Isn’t Dead, but I’m not sure about Within The Wires yet.
- Greetings From Nowhere. It’s random and funny and they have some really interesting conversations.
- The Nerdist Podcast. I only listen to some of the episodes released, but the interviews are always interesting and funny.
- The Black Tapes/Tanis. They’re both done by the same people, so I figured I’d talk about them together. They’re done in the style of Serial (which you can check out here, it’s completely awesome and fascinating), and I love listening to both. But not at night, because both can be really creepy, and I ended up getting a little freaked out.
- Dear Hank And John. It’s John Green and his brother Hank giving out dubious advice, and it’s hilarious.
- The History Chicks. It’s the only history podcast I’ve been able to get into, but I did come across a few others on iTunes that I still need to listen to. It’s two women talking about different women in history (and they occasionally do a fictional character, which is always fun), and I love that they include movies, websites and books about the different women they talk about. They definitely put a lot of work into it.
- Gilmore Guys. I haven’t listened to this one in ages, so I have 20+ episodes I still need/want to listen to but it’s entertaining and a really good recap of Gilmore Girls.
- The Grapes Of Rad. It’s fun to listen to and it’s random and weird and I’m not completely sure I love it so much, but I do.
- Overthinking It. If you like pop culture, this is a really good podcast to listen to. They talk about movies and t.v. shows and a variety of other topics. I have to admit that I don’t listen to every single episode- it sort of depends on whether I’m interesting in the topic of the week, but it’s always an interesting listen.