Stuff You Should Listen To
Welcome to the 3rd edition of Find That Pod, a newsletter designed with one simple purpose. To solve the problem of Podcast discovery. As always here are 5 new podcasts amidst which you’ll find at least one you love.
Art of Manliness Podcast
Brought to you by the same minds that run the infamous Art of Manliness website, this podcast, which recently crossed the 500 episodes barrier simply aims to help men, become better men. This is mostly accomplished through interviews with some amazing and well-respected authors and thinkers. If you’re a man, you’ll benefit from giving this one a listen.
Almost like a 1 hour random confessional, get a peek into the lives of everyday anonymous people that call in simply to talk for one hour. The catch? The host, Chris Gethard, can’t hang up first. Sometimes shocking confessions come to light, shameless self-promotion, and almost anything else you can think of. A fascinating format for a podcast that on the surface sounds like it would be boring, but turns out to be rather brilliant.
Most history podcasts can unnecessarily be somewhat long-winded. Not Footnoting History. This, most often under 20-minute podcast tackles all manner of mostly obscure and overlooked events in history that are worth exploring and telling you about. Definitely worth a listen if you’re a fan of history.
A once-weekly podcast, the International Spy museum hosts interviews with an incredible array of people that have been involved in the clandestine services along with authors who have made their careers writing about spies and their spycraft. If you’re even mildly interested in the topic of espionage and how it has affected the course of history and continues to play a huge role in international relations, this pod is for you.
Website | Listen on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Overcast | Not sure where to start? Try this episode: The Spycast Conversation with Ambassador Joe Wilson
I’ve been a huge fan of Brian Clark for a long time. He’s a guru in digital marketing and now he hosts this incredible podcast that caters to freelancers, consultants, solo entrepreneurs and startup founders. With star-studded guests like Seth Godin, it’s hard to go wrong subscribing to this podcast.
Website | Listen on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Overcast | Not sure where to start? Try this episode: From Side Hustle to Digital Domination, with Nathan Chan