Pods You Should Listen To
Welcome to the 10th edition of Find That Pod. Wow, the tenth newsletter already, time flies when you’ve got tons of great new podcast recommendations coming at you every week. A special shout-out to everyone that submitted their favourite podcasts this week. Thank you and keep them coming!
A Neuroscientist Explains
Columnist Dr. Daniel Glaser examines a wide variety of topics by way of applying his professional training as a neuroscientist. While this podcast appears to be defunct with only 15 episodes produced, it’s well worth delving into the archives.
If you’re the business-minded type, this is an incredible podcast that delves into the history of famous companies and their journey. With a particular focus on documenting the IPO process, it’s an incredible listen and features companies such as Uber, Pinterest, Lyft, ESPN, Tencent, Netflix, Venmo, Tesla, Alibaba and more.
This is one of NASA’s official podcasts featuring a journey through both planets and the various missions that NASA has sent to explore them along with topics that include NASA’s future plans for space exploration.
Ride the Lightning: Unofficial Tesla Podcast
The Tesla brand inspires a fervent level of customer loyalty. Most Tesla owners love their cars and as a result, an entire ecosystem of Tesla related podcasts has sprung up in the company’s wake. The Ride The Lightning podcast is one of the longest-running and highest quality pods out there that cover the company and its products. Episode 200 even features a fantastic interview with founder Elon Musk. For Tesla and podcast fans, this is a must subscribe.
For a bit of lighter fare that will make you laugh try this relatively new podcast whose premise is a mostly weekly discussion of various top 10 lists including Most popular U.S. presidents, deadliest animals, most prolific serial killers and much more. What makes this podcast special is the banter between the hosts who seem to share genuine chemistry.