Pods You Should Listen To
Welcome to the 29th edition of Find That Pod.
Got a friend who loves listening to podcasts as much as you do? Tell them about our little newsletter. Why? Cause that’s your good deed for the day! Here are this week’s podcasts for your discovery.
Buddhist teacher and author, Noah Rasheta is the host of this podcast that delves into the various aspects of this particular brand of Buddhism (Secular). What is Secular Buddhism? Think of it as a Buddhism, but without all the dogma. It’s for secular-minded people who are interested in learning more about the Buddhist philosophy.
The Peter Attia Drive
I’ve been running this newsletter for 29 weeks now, meaning I’ve now, including this edition of the newsletter, recommended 145 podcasts, and this is easily in my top 5 that I’ve discovered over the past half-year or so. If you want to live longer, perform better and simply get some really great wisdom about life and the human condition, listen to this podcast. Peter Attia is a renowned physician whose focus is on the applied science of longevity, but he’s not just a physician, he’s an incredibly smart man. Well worth a listen.
What Should I Read Next?
If you’re an avid reader, you’ll probably be faced with the question of what to read next. This podcast aims to answer that question and more, through a series of reader interviews that are oddly interesting. A format that shouldn’t really work on the face of it, but actually hearing people’s passion for the books they read and the genres they prefer is illuminating.
Website | Listen on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Overcast | Not sure where to start? Start with this one: Ep 197: Rebuilding a Bookshelf in Paradise, California
Power, not money, is what the most powerful seek more of. This podcast looks at some of the most powerful, corrupt and power-hungry that plague this world. Election rigging. Smuggling. Narcopolitics. Ransom. Conspiracy. Cults. Drug Lords. The list goes on and on. Narrated by political scientist and columnist for the Washington Post, Dr. Brian Klaas.
It’s hard to get to Episode 731 (as of this writing) without having some modicum of success with your podcasting. That’s how prolific Mignon Fogarty, a.k.a Grammar Girl has been with her award-winning podcast. This is without a doubt one of the gems of the podcasting world if you’re into becoming a better writer and speaker. Each episode contains at least a few short but useful lessons and uses a variety of memory tricks to help you remember and apply even the most troublesome of grammar rules.