When you spend a lot of time on the road, it’s important to mix up your audio entertainment. You can choose from listening to music, podcasts, the radio or audiobooks. Check out a few podcast recommendations if your current listening situation has gone stale.
If you like history … Stuff You Missed In History Class
Stuff You Missed In History Class is perfect for history buffs. Each week they release episodes covering anything from Nelly Bly to Ned Kelly. No matter what kind of history you’re interested in, you’ll find something in the hundreds of available episodes.
If you want to laugh … My Brother, My Brother and Me
My Brother, My Brother and Me is an advice show featuring three brothers. They give real answers to real questions and also dive into the weirder side of Yahoo Answers. Their advice might not always be advisable, but it will make you laugh.
If you want to learn something new … Stuff You Should Know
Stuff You Should Know teaches things that you may have never thought about. Topics range from how pinball works to how cockroaches work. Whether there’s something specific you want to learn more about, or just want to expand your general knowledge, this podcast is for you.
If you care about current events … The Daily
The Daily is a hosted by Michael Barbaro and powered by New York Times. It covers current news in bite-sized, 20-minute episodes, five days a week. It’s a great way to get your news quickly and efficiently.
If you like fiction … Welcome To Night Vale
Welcome To Night Vale is reminiscent of fictionalized radio programming before the days of television. Even though there are hundreds of episodes all taking place in the fictional town of Night Vale, it’s easy to start at any episode. The show is formatted in the style of community updates, featuring local weather, news, announcements from the Sheriff’s Secret Police, mysterious lights in the night sky, dark hooded figures with unknowable powers and cultural events.
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