Space Trash: Lifestyle of the Rich and Uranus
What happens when you get two smart, and funny comics together to talk all things celebrity, pop-culture, and politics news? You get a podcast with one of the better sub-headlines I’ve seen. Space Trash: Lifestyles of the Rich and Uranus is unique in that it can often turn even dark and depressing topics into something you can laugh at and through that laughter, learn to cope with the news in a healthier way. Awesome stories, great pop-culture references, funny, insightful, and hosted by two women that have just the right chemistry to keep you coming back.
The Tip Off
If you have any notion of becoming a journalist, a news writer, or even a lowly reporter for your local town paper, this show is for you. It’s the in-depth podcast that digs into massive journalistic scoops and how they came to be. Espionage, car chases, slammed doors, terrorist cells, meetings in dimly lit rooms, and more are on offer with this show. If you want to know how journalists get those massive, sometimes world-changing scoops, don’t miss this show.
Even the Rich
Working Class History
As the title suggests, this show features the history of the every day actions of hundreds of millions. Men, women, youth, people of colour, migrants, LGBTQ+ people, and more – in other words, the working class. How has the working class shaped the world we live in? What role will they have to play in the future? Dedicted to all those who have struggled in the past for a better world, often toiling in obscurity, Working Class History is a wonderful podcast that features the stories of those that have far too often been unheralded.
Now running a serialized, one story per season form, the Foundering podcast is from the journalists at Bloomberg Technology that have come together to tell the tales of some of the biggest tech giants. It’s a deep look into the high-stakes drama from the technology industry where companies are now wielding nearly unprecedented money and power.