Copied from exiled - I didn’t get all the discussion here, but I think I got all the podcasts mentioned and the formatting sucks. Maybe I’ll go back and fix that later.
I am in the middle of Dr. Death from last year, listen if you want to hear great journalism in podcast form and, as a bonus, hate our healthcare system even more. - Namath
The Dropout, which deals with Elizabeth Holmes, is also must-listen - Namath
When the hell is part 3 of Supernova in the East going to come out already? - alex
Crimetown - New season is Detroit, is good
The Shrink Next Door - interesting story of a sketchy therapist
Man in the Window - Golden State Killer
Case Closed - Both seasons pretty good, true crime, LFS
Against the Rules - Michael Lewis, tomrh3
You know about Hardcore History Addendum, right? In case you haven’t found it, it’s Dan’s idea of an alternate channel for stuff that doesn’t fit the mold of the full long-form HH podcasts. (And he’s basically given up on the Common Sense podcast for various reasons.)
Anyway, HH Addendum is not bad and in the last one he said the next Supernova in the East would be delayed because of various other projects he’s involved in. No timeframe of any sort was mentioned though sadly. - SensiblePerson
Ear hustle is a good listen. I’m learning a lot about prison life. - thehip41
I Don’t Even Own A Television - Some of these episodes are absolutely amazing. The one on Bill O’Reilly’s fiction book is hilarious.
In Our Time - A Radio 4 show in podcast form hosted by Melvyn Bragg. He’ll have a few scholars on and talk about a fascinating subject.
Revolutions - A podcast by Mike Duncan who previously hosted The History of Rome (which is also an incredible podcast). Covers various historical revolutions.
The Ron Burgundy Podcast - A must for fans of Anchorman
How Did This Get Made - It’s I Don’t Even Own A Television for movies, superuberbob
The Rewatchables podcast (Ringer) is incredible. The most recent one is Top Gun and it was fantastic. Best one before that was When Harry Met Sally. I haven’t listened to Bill Simmons’s regular podcast in forever, but this one is A+++ (spidercrab)
Just finished the 4th episode of the RadioLab series “G” which I thought was well done. It’s a brief history of intelligence, including how we measure it and ways in which it has been used maliciously in the past. Eugenics even made an appearance! It’s the type of thing that should be required listening for all the Charles Murray defenders and soft-eugenics chuds back at Polv14.88 (bware)
This isn’t political at all but Mission To Zyxx is a great improv comedy podcast for fans of sci-fi. (Trolly)
In Our Time is also really good for falling asleep to. Or of course you could always go with Sleep With Me, a podcast whose goal is to literally cause its listeners to fall asleep. (superuberbob)
I’m sure I’ll get dunked on for talking about the JRE but his interview with Dr Cornel West was interesting and entertaining. (thisslicing)
The Report mentioned (Devil)