Five Great New Podcasts
Welcome to the 84th edition of Find That Pod.
Welp, this was a hell of a week wasn’t it?
While we continue to bite our nails down to the goddamn stump awaiting results, things are thankfully starting to look like they’re headed in the right direction.
I know you’re probably hitting refresh a trillion times a minute to get the latest vote counts, but in the meanwhile…
Here are this week’s podcast recommendations:
The Weekly Planet
Coming to you from the land down under, The Weekly Planet is an awesome podcast dedicated to all things movies, TV and comics. Get a bit of a different perspective from two terrific hosts whose love for the material comes through in droves on the show.
A Slob Comes Clean
During these oh-so-fun pandemic filled times, a lot of us are spending way more time at home. With that has come additional people making a mess, additional clutter, and just more stuff. This podcast provides some practical and ongoing tips for how to declutter, clean, and organize in a way that is sustainable. Worth a listen!
ArtCurious with Jennifer Dasal
In my mind, there is not enough appreciation of the arts. But even more so, there is a vast and fascinating history to explore when it comes to the arts. Artists have continuously been some of the most interesting and impactful figures throughout history. This amazing podcast looks at the slightly odd, and strangely wonderful history of art in a show that’s both delightful, inviting, and at times funny.
Website | Listen on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Castbox | PodChaser | Overcast | Not sure where to start? Start with this episode: #66: The Coolest Artists You Don’t Know: Henry Danger
Recommended to me by one of my closest friends (thanks Andrew!), this far-reaching podcast from the Santa Fe Institute brings together scientists, mathematicians, artists and philosophers in an attempt to discuss the mysteries of the Universe through the lens of research, discovery, and science. If you’re a curious bug like me, you’ll like this show.