Podcasts That I Personally Listen To

Some recommended listening for your next, walk, commute, or whenever you have some spare time.
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Podcasts are downloadable pre-recorded radio shows that are distributed online through RSS (Really Simple Syndication).

It became mainstream and got it’s name somewhere around 2004 with the introduction of iPods.

Today, there are as many podcast as they are subjects that people want to talk about.

Some are short, some are long, some are well produced, and some are just a person sitting in front of a microphone pouring their brains out.

You can listen to them using the Apple Podcast App, the Google Podcast App, or any podcast aggregation app. All you need is the RSS link.

Podcasts are generally free, ad supported, or Patreon supported.

Here are some of the podcasts that I listen to divided into categories.

comedy podcasts

2 Bears, 1 Cave

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Starring two stand up comedians and best friends, Bert “The Machine” Kreischer and Tom Segura — along with the occasional special guest — this podcast is an hour or two of pure comedy spontaneity.

The duo would begin their show with a topic but will quickly get distracted by tangents, anecdotes, and weird questions that often lead them to comedy gold.

The podcast is unscripted and sometimes even the production crew gets roped into their nonsense.

Get all the links you need to subscribe to this podcast at the 2 Bears, 1 Cave website.

The Macha Men Podcast live recording session in 2019 (Credit: Kavin Jay/Facebook).

Kavin Jay and Keren Baladevan shoot the breeze in this monthly podcast that is centered around news, nonsense, and everything in between, with an Indian perspective.

Each hour or so long episode features topical comedy segments.

You can give them a listen, download the show and find all the subscription feed a The Macha Men Podcast website.

Beyond the Scenes announcement by Roy Wood Jr. (Credit: The Daily Show / YouTube).

In this weekly podcast series, The Daily Show’s Roy Wood Jr, along with the show’s produces, correspondents, and writers takes a deeper dive into some of the issues that was covered in the show and even topics that were left on the cutting room floor including some behind the scene stuff.

Intrigued? Get your subscription links here at the Beyond The Scenes podcast website.


The WAN Show

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Linus Sebastian and Luke Lafreniere, sit behind the microphone every week to lay out the tech news , look deeper into certain issues, and analyse certain topics.

There’s no central repository for all their links, but you can find The Wan Show on Apple Podcast Google Podcast, YouTube, and all over the internet.

Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast

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Another tech podcast featuring a YouTube video creator is Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast.

MKBHD host Marquess Brownlee, and MKBHD producer Andrew Manganelli talk about consumer electronics news, products, and discussions on uploaded videos on the channel.

Just like the previous podcast, you can find on Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast on Apple podcastsGoogle Podcasts, YouTube, and all over the internet.


Past Gas By Donut Media

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Yet another podcast of a YouTube channel, The Past Gas By Donut Media brings you some of the most incredible stories from all of automotive history, from your favorite cars and manufacturers, underground Japanese racing clubs, bitter racing rivalries, and how some of your favorite classic cars came to be.

The show is hosted by James Pumphrey, Nolan Sykes, and Joe Weber.

You can find Past Gas By Donut Media Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, and YouTube.

The DriveTribe Podcast

They have done 5 seasons of the podcast (Credit: DriveTribe).

Founded by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May in 2016, the podcast is about the quintessential motoring experiences and a weekly round up of motoring news that is served on a not-so-serious platter.

Hosts Tim Rodie and Racheal Hogg have talked about The Goodwood Festival of Speed, May’s pub and have sat down with the trio to just rave about the news, what’s it like working with them and obscure motoring topics.

The DriveTribe podcast and all its links can be found here.

He With Refie Redzuan

(Credit: Refie Redzuan).

The podcast started as a self help and personal journal of Refie Redzuan and it evolved after he became a father.

Now at address mental health, trust, faith, shame, religion, and even Malaysian culture.

You can listen to HE with Refie Redzuan, here.

Honourable mentions

BFM: The Breakfast Grille Podcast

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Technically, this is a segment of BFM’s breakfast show is turned into a podcast.

Hosted by the BFM radio announcers, the show tackles the hard questions by interviewing economists, tech entrepreneurs, political analysts, and politicians.

BFM: The Breakfast Grille Podcast is available Apple Podcast and Google Podcast.

The History Hour By BBC World Service

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The BBC’s History Hour is an hour long podcast about historical events as told by the people that were there when it happened.

The podcast has covered topics such as Stalin’s fall, the inside story of Pong, the greatest Olympic moments, World War II memories, and more.

Take a stroll into the past with The History Hour By BBC World Service here.

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