There are 660,000 podcasts and 28 million podcast episodes. Here are 5 worth your time.
I love Dax Shepard, this probably surprises people, but the Armchair Expert podcast is great. I think his interview style is great. I think the empathy he has, his own point of view, a way to the subjects of the interviewing is unique in a world where it’s really hard to be unique. -Jake Brennan, host of Disgraceland
If you’ve ever wanted to sneak into a couples therapist’s office and hide behind a plant as you listen to romance die and blossom and be infinitely complicated, Esther Perel sure does have a podcast for you. If you easily get second hand embarrassment, this might not work for you, but it’s an interview podcast unlike any other. -Kaylee Dugan
This podcast expands on whatever is going on in the BBC History Magazine and it is my favorite podcast to fall asleep to. Not because it’s boring, but because the calm interviews and wildly interesting facts are like an adult story time.
Yes, there are fascinating interviews and introspective moments, but Terrible, Thanks For Asking is about more than learning something new. It’s your weekly excuse to sit down and cry. Just listen and cry and feel all the emotions you can feel. It’s better than meditation.
Who do you trust more to ask the good questions, the important questions and the weird questions than Michael Ian Black?
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