Great Podcast Episodes From Around The Internet

July 20, 2014

I listen to a lot of podcasts while I’m working in the kitchen.  I think I need to feel like I’m having conversations with people besides my camera and my cat.  Yes… I suppose I just admitted to talking to both my cat and my camera.

I love stories.  I love diving into different perspectives.  I love learning weird facts that I can awkwardly throw into conversation at dinner parties.

Here are a few podcasts episodes that have entertained me this week.  A little spooky, a few facts about skyjacking (what!?), some business talk with people I admire, and a raw story about Anne Frank that totally made me cry.

I hope you have a great week!

Snap Judgement:  Campfire Tales – I’m such a sucker for ghost stories.  I’m really the perfect audience, because they scare the heck out of me.  Listen to these stories and re-tell them around the campfire.  For real.  I got the chills.

99%:  Invisible Skyjacking – The history of hijacking airplanes.  Super fascinating.

The Lively Show:  Kendi Everyday is a super honest conversation about business and blogging.

I also really love Grace Bonney’s perspective on work and not work in The Lively Show:  Design Sponge.  

The Moth: I Need To Talk About Anne Frank – A lot of really necessary humanity.

Uhh Yeah Dude:  Episode 423 Live from Portland, Oregon – America through the eyes of two American Americans.  Always and forever.

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5 comments on “Great Podcast Episodes From Around The Internet

  1. Well that is a huge honor. Thanks for sharing The Lively Show episodes, Joy!

  2. I’m always looking for podcast recommendations – can’t wait to check these out. PS – I love the new look of Homefries – TOTALLY rad!

  3. Rhonda Jul 28, 2014

    Stuff You Missed in History Class is great, Marc Maron is great — he does really great interviews, mostly with other comedians, but he’s really good at interviewing.

  4. Have you ever listened to the dead author’s podcast? There are some amazing episodes in there! Paul F. Tompkins is great. Ayn Rand was one of my favorites.
    Thanks for the recommendations, I’ll check them all out at work tomorrow!

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