Do you ever get into the car to go to work or school or to run errands and you don’t want to listen to the radio because they repeat the same songs on a loop? You don’t want to drive in complete silence with all the noisy cars and unnecessary beeping of horns because one driver got cut off by another. If you have this problem, you should try listening to podcasts!
There are so many podcasts on this earth that cover various different topics. Too many to choose from. So, in honor of International Podcast Day, we are going to take a look at some of the best podcasts of 2017.
1. Anna Faris Is Unqualified
Anna Faris has her own podcast! If you are in the mood to laugh and love celebrity friendships, then this is the perfect podcast for you.
On her podcast, Unqualified, Faris gives questionable relationship advice and chats up her celebrity friends with hilarious questions.
You can listen to Faris’ podcast on Apple Podcasts.
2. How Did This Get Made by Paul, Jason & June
Do you love movies? Have you ever seen a movie that was so bad all you wanted to do was talk about how bad it was? Comedians Paul Scheer, Jason Mantzoukas and June Diane Raphael do just that.
They call up their friends, comment on awful movies and talk about how these movies even exist.
If you enjoy making fun of the ridiculously awful films that actually played on the big screen then this podcast is definitely for you.
How Did This Get Made is available on Apple Podcasts.
3. Pop Culture Happy Hour by Linda Holmes
This podcast talks about everything pop culture. If you are a pop culture addict and need to know about the latest books, movies, music, television and comics then go subscribe to this series.
Linda Holmes is the woman behind the mic and she ends each episode with “What’s Making Us Happy This Week.” If you missed something like a new television show premiere or missed the release of Demi Lovato’s new album, this is where you can find it out.
Go get your pop culture on.
4. TED Radio Hour by Guy Raz
Do you enjoy listening to TED Talks, but can’t always watch the videos? Well, now you can listen to them!
Follow the journey of amazing, fascinating ideas, such as astonishing inventions, fresh approaches to old problems, and new ways to think and create.
5. Modern Love by Meghna Chakrabarti
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To the experienced cocktail-bar fan, some things about the new place on Macdougal Street in Greenwich Village will be familiar: the hard-to-find entrance, the cramped subterranean quarters, the need for reservations, the turntable and the collection of old vinyl. Other details may ring fewer bells, if any: the 7-course #izakaya menu, the preponderance of sake, the song index you’re handed along with the #cocktail menu. This is @tokyorecordbar, a creative homage to a type of bar, common in Japan, where the aural is as important as the oral. Customers can choose a record to be played in addition to their drinks and food. The bar, which has only 16 seats and a low ceiling laced with paper #cherryblossoms, opened at the end of August. The photographer @anrizzy visited earlier this month while on assignment for @nytfood. Visit the link in our profile to read more.
Are you a hopeless romantic who loves a good love story? Are you in the mood to cry over a breakup story? Or do you seek redemption?
If you answered ‘yes’ to the questions above, then I have the perfect podcast for you to listen to!
Modern love is hosted by Meghna Chakrabarti and she talks about love stories, loss, and redemption on her podcast.
She brings the stories from the ‘Modern Love’ column in the New York Times to life.
Happy International Podcast Day and more importantly, happy listening!