Re: Recommended Podcasts
I like comedy podcasts to get me through my awful 3rd shift job. I worked 12 hour shifts for 4 years so I accumulated quite a collection to get me through.
The Pod F. Tompkast - Odd/funny, usually a new episode once a month.
The Dana Gould Hour. Also odd, highly produced for a podcast. If you like Dana Gould, it's quite good.
The Complete Guide to Everything. Great for people in their late 20's early thirties. Two New Yorker hipsterish guys talking about nearly nothing for an hour, I enjoy it.
Stop Podcasting Yourself. Feel good happy comedy. Two Canadians having a good time with a random guest every week. always puts me in a good mood.
Jordan Jesse GO!. Same as Stop Podcasting yourself only in California.
NPR Wait Wait Don't Tell Me. NPR news quiz on the weeks news. High quality.
Comedy Bang Bang, descriptions above are pretty accurate.
Mike and Tom Eat Snacks. Tom Cavanagh and Michael Ian Black pick a Snack, Eat a Snack and Rate a Snack.
NPR Ask Me Another. Another NPR show but just random Trivia.
Never Not Funny. One of the first podcasts ever. Comedian Jimmy Pardo and his crew interview a comedian for about an hour and 45 min. it's a paid podcast. Pretty funny if you like Jimmy Pardo.
The Nerdist. The Podcasting standard. Smart, funny and yes sometime vulgar. Almost always puts out quality, Some of the "Hostfull" (no guest) episodes are not for everyone, but they are usually my favorites.
This American Life.
WTF: Marc Maron's public therapy sessions. Usually interesting.
Who Charted? Comedian Howard Cramer interviews comedians/friends using Music/Movie pop charts as a template. very odd, less and less listenable.