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6 of My Favorite Podcasts
All w/Multiple Seasons to Binge
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As promised. Here are the Podcasts I listen to that are “on going.” This basically means they have multiple seasons that they add to weekly/monthly/whenever. I would suggest any of these but depending on your tastes, some might appeal to you more than others. 🧵 Ahead…
Deep Dive w/Ali Abdaal True Confession: I tend to watch this podcast on his YouTube channel. But if I was “on the go” or not able to, I would totally just listen to it. Format: Interviews ⏱️ Per Ep: 1.5hr+
Fair Game If you have an unhealthy fascination with cults, look no further than the grand-pooh-ba of cults: Scientology. Leah Remini and Mike Rinder do not disappoint. And 2.0 is coming soon! Format: Informational ⏱️ Per Ep: ~1hr
Reads It’s LeVar “FREAKING” Burton continuing to read to my generation with short stories. Listen to him read Cuisine des Memoires by N.K. Jemisin (8/27/19) and thank me later. Format: Storytelling ⏱️ Per Ep: 45min
Story Grid Podcast I can’t say I agree with the way the co-hosts dissect literature in such a way that strips away what makes writing so much fun. But their concepts and techniques give me food for thought with my own writing. Format: How-To ⏱️ Per Ep: 1hr
The Plot Thickens (TCM) Every season explores a moment in Hollywood through a well-known and influential celebrity of that era. The Lucille Ball season was amazing, especially, as it coincided with the movie & documentary. Format: Docu-series ⏱️ Per Ep: 45min
Writing Excuses Short & sweet pearls of wisdom for any fiction writer from the most notable in the business. If you’ve ever heard of Brandon Sanderson, he's just one of many co-hosts on this show. Format: Round-Table ⏱️ Per Ep: 15min
A trifecta of newly added podcasts that I plan on immersing myself into now that I’m on this productivity kick! You may have heard of them: Where it Happens, The Tim Ferriss Show, and Waveform.