You’ll Love Binging Any of These Amazing Podcasts
It’s hard to decide which podcast will be your next endeavor when there are so many available now. We’ve gathered up some of our favorite binge-worthy podcasts to save you from wasting your time. Whether you’re listening at the office or on the drive home , one of these podcasts will leave you wanting more!
Edward Wayne Edwards is arguably the most notorious serial killer in American History. Aside from the heartless murders he committed over the years, the most shocking thing about his story is how long he got away with it. However, his dark secret came crashing down when his own daughter pieced together the clues over the years. The Clearing podcast details how and when April Balascio realized her own father was a serial killer, and why she turned him in.
How I Built This with Guy Raz
Have you ever wondered how your favorite company started? In How I Built This, Guy Raz takes a look at some of the most well known companies and talks with their founders and CEOs. You’ll learn fascinating origin stories for companies such as Virgin and Dyson. If there’s one way to get motivated it’s listening to the stories of entrepreneurs.
You know that old saying, ‘the truth is stranger than fiction‘? S-Town proves it more accurately than anything I can think of. When John B., an eccentric man from Alabama, contacts journalist Brian Reed about a possible murder cover-up in his small town, he never imagined the story that would unfold when he began digging. If there’s one podcast you listen to on this list, please make it S-Town. Believe me … by the end of episode 2 you will NOT want to stop listening until it’s over.
The DigiDay Podcast
This one is for my brothers and sisters working in media out there. The Digiday Podcast is hosted by Digiday Editor-in-Chief, Brian Morrissey. Each episode features a media professional working for some of the biggest companies in the industry. You’ll learn how they got where they are at their respective companies as well as what drives the decisions behind some of your favorite websites. Like ‘How I Built This‘, this podcast will hopefully leave you feeling motivated to make that risky move of your own … you never know where it might take you!
To Live and Die in L.A.
It’s heartbreaking when anyone goes missing, but what makes the disappearance of Adea Shabani in 2018 so intriguing is the story that unfolded in its aftermath. Adea’s friends and family were certain her boyfriend, Chris Spotz, had something to do with it, but he was adamant he was innocent. To Live and Die in L.A. follows as journalist Neil Strauss digs into Adea’s case as it went down — from the moment Chris Spotz became a suspect and even during the shocking turn of events that followed. This mysterious case brings up more questions than answers but you will not want to stop listening.
The Shrink Next Door
There’s something about a good scam story that is hard to resist. The Shrink Next Door is one of those scam stories you will not believe actually went down. What happens when you seek the help of a highly respected shrink at your most vulnerable stage and he takes complete advantage of you? This is what happened to Marty Markowitz … a man who’s life was essentially owned by a person who was supposed to help him — Dr. Isaac Herschkopf. ‘The Shrink Next Door’ takes you through an unbelievable 30-years in which Markowitz gave everything he had to his shrink … who said it was for his own good.
This podcast takes a deep dive into internet culture like no other. Hosts PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman tackle some of the most interesting stories on the internet as well as the backstories to some of your favorite memes. Some episodes are innocent fun and some are deep investigations into heartbreaking stories born on the internet. Reply All is the most bingeable podcast on this list for good reason. Each episode will leave you a little more enlightened and a little more knowledgeable about internet culture.