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Friday

4

November

2016

My Favourite Podcasts

Today I thought I could share my favourite Podcasts. I find it insanely difficult to find good Podcasts. So many are totally medicore and I lose interest much sooner than later. I love people recommending Podcasts they regularly listen too. There is always at least one that I like as well. As we are supposed to get the first snow this weekend OH NO!, the perfect timing to share the ones I like.

  • Anderson Cooper 360, this is a Podcast that I listen to since years. It used to be a video Podcast, but for whatever reasons it is now audio only. I still love it. My absolute number one. Yes, I know more about happenings in the US than in Austria – especially about the elections – but who cares. Absolutely recommend it.
  • Lore, this is one of my latest additions. Lore always tells stories on one topic. It seemes to follow a schema F, but that doesnt make it less enjoyable. On top you can subscribe to a newsletter in which the author of the Podcast sends out additional info. The topic he chooses are really interesting and oh so often spooky. They are also working on a TV show.
  • Serial, huge recommandation. One season focuse on one topic. Season one was on Adnan Syed, who the court ruled killed his girlfriend. Thanks to this Podcast the trial is now repeated. Season two focused on Bowe Bergdahl, the armyman who left his post in Afghanistan, was captured and later exchanged for a lot of Guantanamo prisoners. Loved that season! We are now waiting for season three. There is a Slates Serial Spoiler Podcast acommpanying every episode. Totally recommend both!
  • Inside Health, this is also a Podcast that I listen too since many years. I have learned so much about all kind of health issues from that podcast. Plus the presenters are specialists in their fields and manage to present a topic in ways that a layman can understand it. Try it!
  • The Naked Scientists, again, I am listening to it since years. So good! From the arrangement similar to Inside Health, but with all kind of topics in science.
  • Dan Carlins Hardcore History, huge recommandation! Updates are rare, but when they happen, they are grand.
  • I also listen to some german Podcasts, but I think most of you are native english speakers. If not, let me know. I can easily add the german Podcasts I like as well.

    Which Podcasts are you listening too, any recommandations? Make sure to let me know.



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