Five Great New Podcasts
Welcome to the 93rd edition of Find That Pod.
Greetings podcast fans. Since I managed to inundate you with a diatribe last week, this week I’m going to keep it short and sweet.
Here are this week’s podcast recommendations:
Apparently, a lot of nefarious shit goes down in North Dakota. I’m sure that could be said of any American state, but damn, there’s something special about the true-crime happening in North Dakota. This podcast, hosted by James Wolner takes you on a journey of various true crime stories that just so happen to take place in North Dakota. Each story is divided into various seasons and it seems like one is more intriguing than the next.
The Cycling Podcast
Certainly not the most imaginatively named podcast in the world, but if you’re into this little thing called cycling. Particularly in the more professional racing and competitive sort of way, this show is for you. Now over 400 episodes long, it’s considered one of the most authoritative cycling podcasts in the world.
QAnon. It’s a cult. There’s no doubt about that. And just how dangerous and insane this cult was, in part, on display during the violence on the Capitol Building. This investigative podcast that aims to uncover the identity of “Q” is one of the best I’ve heard that explains this insane cult phenomenon that has turned the minds of far too many people into mush.
The Opportunity Podcast
I didn’t think this edition of Find That Pod would wind up being so heavy on the True Crime theme, but here we are. The only difference being is that this podcast from iHeartRadio is interactive. Can you solve the crime? Definitely a neat and different take on the genre of True Crime.