How do you feel about podcasts? do you have a favorite podcast?
We both like podcasts. They are especially great for commuting. #1 likes them better than books on tape for short commutes because podcasts are generally easier to jump in and out of than are books. Especially superficial podcasts can be good for doing boring data work. Apparently we haven’t answered this question in 5 years!
Here’s some previous lists of favorites:
If you like book podcasts, definitely check out the above links! #2 is still really into book podcasts.
In addition, some new ones (none of these are affiliate links and I just pulled the first link off google so they’re all different places–listen wherever you get your podcasts):
Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green. I LOVED this one and am a little sad it’s over. I do have the book though!
Dear Hank and John (I have actually been listening to this since it started, so it might be on a previous list)
The official Taskmaster podcast. (This is my current commute listen. I love it so much.)
Young House Love has a Podcast seems to be on a permanent hiatus, but I listened to all of them!
The Trypod, though to be honest I stopped listening after Ned said something sexist and then his apology was cringy. He’s not there anymore so I will probably go back eventually if I run out of Taskmaster and Dear Hank and John episodes.
I hate podcasts. I am a visual learner and can read faster that they speak.
OMG–YES! I always feel curmudgeonly–because I’m like I don’t want to waste my time on your subpar banter…
I think I could like podcasts, though without visuals, my mind tends to wander. What I hate is a lack of editing. I will never watch anything live, and most podcasts do have a lot of rambling. This is part of why I love “Dear Hank and John.” Highly edited! But also interesting.