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I've recently become aware that the podcast is emerging as an art form. I wanted to share a few of the things I've been listening to and ask others for recommendations.

Hardcome History, Dan Carlin: One of his two podcasts (haven't listened to the other one yet). Some mind-blowing stuff. Mostly listened to the free ones (WW1 and one on Nuclear). Latter in particular was amazing.

Waking up: Sam Harris: He's a bit of an arsehole but a brilliant mind. Combines some of my favourite themes: atheism, spirituality, drugs, buddhism, politics, identity, Islam etc. No, I don't always agree with him, but it's useful to have one's perspective challenged.

The Daily, NY Times, somebody Barbaro: nice 20 min programmes on American politics &society. Really nicely produced, interesting themes, well researched.

Trumpcast, Slate, Jacob Weisberg: nice & bitesized, fascinating themes and interviews. Focus on Trump from a liberal perspective, but not as liberal-leaning as the website IMO.

Second Captains: Focused on (Irish) sport. Absolutely love these lads, but haven't paid up yet.

Other ones that I've dabbled in a bit and seem promising: Tim Ferriss one and Joe Rogan.


I know there is millions of other ones out there so recommendations appreciated.

Apologies in advance if this has already been done.


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Ten Min Pod for really stupid humour is one of my favorities

In terms of movies; Empire, Ali Plumb or Kermode and Mayo

Would listen to Greg James and Chris Moyles too


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The Eastern Border
This American Life
You Must Remember This
The History Of Rome
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Thanks folks: can you give a little review so we don't have to google? ;)


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RWC2015 wrote:
Second Captains: Focused on (Irish) sport. Absolutely love these lads, but haven't paid up yet.


For anyone who has paid up - is it worth it so far?


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de_Selby wrote:
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Second Captains: Focused on (Irish) sport. Absolutely love these lads, but haven't paid up yet.


For anyone who has paid up - is it worth it so far?


I've paid up and it's worth it to me so far, only the price of a pint per month so fairly manageable. There's been a couple of great interviews in the members only pods so far, and they released a politics focused one anchored by Ken today. I'm a pretty big fan of the lads so am happy to listen to whatever they are talking about, even though it isn't all rugby all the time.


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RWC2015 wrote:
Thanks folks: can you give a little review so we don't have to google? ;)


Since you asked, I did that for a friend recently, so ...

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The Nerdist - great interviews with a variety of famous people. I'd say pick someone you love and see how it goes. Can be rambly, but are always 'real' and not your typical ask-canned-questions, get-canned-answers celeb interviews.
http://nerdist.com/podcasts/nerdist-podcast-channel/

The Infinite Monkey Cage - two funny British scientists talk about science with less funny scientists and one comedian.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00snr0w

The Dollop - two comics read a random tale from history and riff the hell out of it
https://thedollop.libsyn.com/

No Such Thing as a Fish - the researchers from the BBC show QI share their favourite weird facts each week
http://qi.com/podcast

I Was There Too - some-time actor and professor interviews people who had bit-parts in big movies, really a lot of fun and the best theme song in podcasts
https://soundcloud.com/i-was-there-too

Lore - basically, ghost and mystery stories on a theme, very well read
http://www.lorepodcast.com/episodes/

Generation Why - two guys discuss a murder / mystery in an hour or so. Well researched and not annoying. (There are a ton of true crime podcasts out there, and these guys are among the better ones who are serious, well-researched, and easy to listen to.)
http://thegenerationwhypodcast.com/

The Cracked Podcast - from a comedy website, the podcast is usually pretty serious with just a few jokes here and there, or more jokes if it's recorded live. Worth giving a shot if the topic is of interest.
http://www.earwolf.com/show/the-cracked-podcast/

Under the Influence - from CBC Radio (stop me if you listen), a great light-hearted look at how marketing influences our lives... not on air at the moment, I think, and the sort of show you have to listen to as it comes out as they only stay open for a couple of weeks before you'd have to buy them on itunes
http://www.cbc.ca/radio/podcasts/arts-c ... influence/

Science Vs - Australian woman takes an objective look at a new topic each espisode
https://soundcloud.com/science-vs



You're a bit behind the game, in two ways.... if you use the search, I think we've had a couple of threads already on this, and I'm not so sure it's 'emerging'. I reckon we're at peak podcast, and it'll taper off. I listen to a few true crime podcasts, and there seems to be an absolute glut of them, with a lot of crossover now. Quite a few of the new ones I've encountered are very obscure, or people piggy backing off the idea of more successful ones, and even have already petered out (presumably realising that good ones take a lot of hard work or have to find a niche group, like My Favorite Murder ... which is two Valley Girl-ish women talking about murders with a lot of banter and not much depth / research, and yet it's huge because it has a Oprah-esque - by all the 'woo-ing' you hear in the live shows - following among women, who seem to eat up true crime more than men).


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Google 'My dad wrote a porno' it is very funny.
I was put onto it by my daughter somewhat embarassingly :blush:


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Nieghorn wrote:
RWC2015 wrote:
Thanks folks: can you give a little review so we don't have to google? ;)


Since you asked, I did that for a friend recently, so ...

Spoiler: show
The Nerdist - great interviews with a variety of famous people. I'd say pick someone you love and see how it goes. Can be rambly, but are always 'real' and not your typical ask-canned-questions, get-canned-answers celeb interviews.
http://nerdist.com/podcasts/nerdist-podcast-channel/

The Infinite Monkey Cage - two funny British scientists talk about science with less funny scientists and one comedian.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00snr0w

The Dollop - two comics read a random tale from history and riff the hell out of it
https://thedollop.libsyn.com/

No Such Thing as a Fish - the researchers from the BBC show QI share their favourite weird facts each week
http://qi.com/podcast

I Was There Too - some-time actor and professor interviews people who had bit-parts in big movies, really a lot of fun and the best theme song in podcasts
https://soundcloud.com/i-was-there-too

Lore - basically, ghost and mystery stories on a theme, very well read
http://www.lorepodcast.com/episodes/

Generation Why - two guys discuss a murder / mystery in an hour or so. Well researched and not annoying. (There are a ton of true crime podcasts out there, and these guys are among the better ones who are serious, well-researched, and easy to listen to.)
http://thegenerationwhypodcast.com/

The Cracked Podcast - from a comedy website, the podcast is usually pretty serious with just a few jokes here and there, or more jokes if it's recorded live. Worth giving a shot if the topic is of interest.
http://www.earwolf.com/show/the-cracked-podcast/

Under the Influence - from CBC Radio (stop me if you listen), a great light-hearted look at how marketing influences our lives... not on air at the moment, I think, and the sort of show you have to listen to as it comes out as they only stay open for a couple of weeks before you'd have to buy them on itunes
http://www.cbc.ca/radio/podcasts/arts-c ... influence/

Science Vs - Australian woman takes an objective look at a new topic each espisode
https://soundcloud.com/science-vs



You're a bit behind the game, in two ways.... if you use the search, I think we've had a couple of threads already on this, and I'm not so sure it's 'emerging'. I reckon we're at peak podcast, and it'll taper off. I listen to a few true crime podcasts, and there seems to be an absolute glut of them, with a lot of crossover now. Quite a few of the new ones I've encountered are very obscure, or people piggy backing off the idea of more successful ones, and even have already petered out (presumably realising that good ones take a lot of hard work or have to find a niche group, like My Favorite Murder ... which is two Valley Girl-ish women talking about murders with a lot of banter and not much depth / research, and yet it's huge because it has a Oprah-esque - by all the 'woo-ing' you hear in the live shows - following among women, who seem to eat up true crime more than men).

Thanks for those, and yes I'm a bot of a Johnny come lately to podcats, and have been amazed at how high quality some are. As for true crime ones, I listened to Serial (both seasons), which was fantastic.


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flats and shanks is always good. Both quite witty individuals.




https://flatsandshanks.com/


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:37 am 
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Hey Refry,

You haven't added any tunes to your MySpace page for yonks. Are you still recording stuff?


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:43 am 
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I only really put stuff up there for my Nephew to laugh at and mock.

I now mainly play/perform along to backing tracks on YouTube.
Pick a key and off I go playing as many notes as possible.

I find it an extremely satisfying and enjoyable way to learn, and if it still was 1985 and the porn movie industry needed back groundmusic, I would rake in a f'king fortune.

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:lol: :thumbup:

What sort of backing tracks, link to some...


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The Dollop. One American comedian reads out an obscure but bizarre story from American history, and his mate chips in. There are hundreds, try the one on Fedex Flight 705, you won't believe your ears.


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I love these sorta'things.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XfoXgR ... KJoo68EtQQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZ4Py1u ... KJoo68EtQQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXuWTSk ... KJoo68EtQQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ln9fYQ2 ... KJoo68EtQQ


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Stevus55 wrote:
de_Selby wrote:
RWC2015 wrote:
Second Captains: Focused on (Irish) sport. Absolutely love these lads, but haven't paid up yet.


For anyone who has paid up - is it worth it so far?


I've paid up and it's worth it to me so far, only the price of a pint per month so fairly manageable. There's been a couple of great interviews in the members only pods so far, and they released a politics focused one anchored by Ken today. I'm a pretty big fan of the lads so am happy to listen to whatever they are talking about, even though it isn't all rugby all the time.


Same, I'm paying for it too, €5 a month is fudge all so will stick with it for a few months to make sure I'm actually listening to them. But I really enjoy their stuff.


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mikejobes wrote:


Am more in to the BB King / Albert Collins style backing tracks myself. Although they are all much more subdued than I thought you'd be in to.


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For rugby;

Flats and Shanks
The Rugby Pod Podcast
Egg Chasers

Politics;

Briefing Room
Intelligence Squared

Docs and History;

The Inquiry
History Extra Podcast
Seriously...
The Documentary


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danthefan wrote:
Stevus55 wrote:
de_Selby wrote:
RWC2015 wrote:
Second Captains: Focused on (Irish) sport. Absolutely love these lads, but haven't paid up yet.


For anyone who has paid up - is it worth it so far?


I've paid up and it's worth it to me so far, only the price of a pint per month so fairly manageable. There's been a couple of great interviews in the members only pods so far, and they released a politics focused one anchored by Ken today. I'm a pretty big fan of the lads so am happy to listen to whatever they are talking about, even though it isn't all rugby all the time.


Same, I'm paying for it too, €5 a month is f**k all so will stick with it for a few months to make sure I'm actually listening to them. But I really enjoy their stuff.

Fair play. I've started to support independent media. So far NY Times (thanks for the tip Donald) and Guardian (sorry). Cancelled my Irish Times because, unfortunately, they are becoming increasingly shit. Sad to see for such a pillar of our democracy. Thinking about supporting Second Captains too....some of their politics-sport chat is top drawer.


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mr bungle wrote:
mikejobes wrote:


Am more in to the BB King / Albert Collins style backing tracks myself. Although they are all much more subdued than I thought you'd be in to.

Nice.

I am unfortunately seriously influenced by Joe Satriani to a extreme degree. Know whole albums of his stuff petty much note perfectly. :blush:


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You poor bugger.


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99% Invisible: PODcast about everyday items with good design elements. So good that you actually don't even notice them most of the time; hence the name. This YouTube vid should give you a taste.

https://youtu.be/pnv5iKB2hl4

Freakanomics Radio:
Some interesting themes and interviews. Produced by one of the writers of the award winnin book of the same name.


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Recently I've been listening to a lot of true crime and serial killer podcasts. Quite morbid really, and not something you shout about, but for anyone else interested, some of my favourites are:

True Crime Garage

Sword & Scale

Last Podcast On The Left - this can be an aquired taste, with the hosts talking over each other loudly and cracking 'jokes' which aren't always funny. In fact I've rarely cracked as much as a smile, but the cases they cover make up for it.

Generation Why

Crimetown


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Recently I've been listening to a lot of true crime and serial killer podcasts. Quite morbid really, and not something you shout about, but for anyone else interested, some of my favourites are:

True Crime Garage

Sword & Scale

Last Podcast On The Left - this can be an aquired taste, with the hosts talking over each other loudly and cracking 'jokes' which aren't always funny. In fact I've rarely cracked as much as a smile, but the cases they cover make up for it.

Generation Why

Crimetown


LPOTL crack some pretty racist 'jokes' as well. Not as much/at all after a certain point in their history, I'm told, but I haven't gone back.

The aforementioned Dollop is much better for that. It's not always crime, but rather random bits of American history (or a story from that country if they're on tour - mostly Australia, one Canada so far). Their jokes occasionally do fall flat, but they keep it classy on the race issue or, at 'worst', make an ironic statement about America's history with race.

I've also heard good things about All Killa No Filla (English) and Casefile (Australian?). I've started in on True Crime Historian as I tend to be more interested in the old timey ones. I've listened to a lot of Thinking Sideways, which is both murder and mystery, but I've gone off them as their attempts to be witty / funny get on my nerves. I think they'd be great if they were more like the guys on Generation Why, who are always serious.

You Must Remember This is about old Hollywood, but there's a multi-part series on Charles Manson that will appeal to those who like crime stuff. (You've probably noticed that I'm nit picky about little things... while I think the host has a great voice, I can't stand the way she pronounces double 'tt' ... 'bitten' would sound like "She'd bidden off more than she could chew" x( ).


Unrelated, and probably in the old link, I'm a huge fan of James Bonding, in which two super fans talk about the films as they watch them. If you're super-nerdy about Star Wars and have a LOT of time to kill, then Star Wars Minute might be worth a go. Each week day, the hosts looked at one minute of film and talked about it... not just fanboy stuff, but about film craft, behind the scenes stories, critiques, making fun of, etc. One of the guys also did the now-defunct Nerd Geek Dork which looks at a different film, tv show, thing with guests. Again, not overly fanboyish and a good mix of stuff you didn't know about it and making fun of it.

I think How Did This Get Made does the same over really bad films... I seen almost none of the films they've covered, so don't listen but I really enjoyed the Roadhouse episode as I have seen that Swayze 'classic'. At least two of the hosts will probably be familiar from their character acting roles ...

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No such thing as Fish: QI researchers doing a podcast. Very funny.

Magic Sponge: Jimmy Bullard, Rob Beckett and Ian Smith talking the unprofessional side of football.


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A couple of "Americana" podcasts. Both give a good view on what's happening in small town America in a nice gentle way.

Home of the brave with Scott Carrier.

http://homebrave.com/

Rumble Strip Vermont with Erica Heilman

http://www.rumblestripvermont.com/

Check out Ruggamatrix on Youtube. Couple of Aussies not talking shit. How about that...true.
https://www.youtube.com/results?q=ruggamatrix&sm=1&app=desktop


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https://www.acast.com/theruck/4.mentalh ... rogression

The Ruck

All the news paper columnists have their own podshow. Not bad actually


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My favourite murder, I've been dipping in and out on Tunein via Alexa (god the app is awful). IT might be a bit girly though?


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You Must Remember This has some good series about old Hollywood (The Manson Family one is really good!) ... the host has started a new one, just in time for Halloween, about Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff

http://www.youmustrememberthispodcast.com/episodes/


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Nieghorn wrote:
You Must Remember This has some good series about old Hollywood (The Manson Family one is really good!) ... the host has started a new one, just in time for Halloween, about Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff

http://www.youmustrememberthispodcast.com/episodes/


The Manson one was really good. Wasn’t just about the murders, but the entire cultural scene.


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I just wish she wouldn't mush together her double Ts ... 'written' becomes 'wridden'. Drives me bonkers! :lol:


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Any good sitcom podcasts? Ive listened to wooden overcoats but am struggling to find other ones.


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Sam Harris is an arsehole?

WTFpod is usually good although it can be hit or miss, it usually hits for me however. Essentially a biographical interview with prominent individuals, with a heavy bias towards Americans and show business.

Joe Rogan is definitely not for everybody but also is a usually entertaining - guest dependent.


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Any good sitcom podcasts? Ive listened to wooden overcoats but am struggling to find other ones.



Like an old timey radio show? It's absolute cheese, but I liked Bleak Expectations. There's also one about aliens visiting a small English town. Welcome to Our Village, Please Invade Carefully.

I can't use the BBC iplayer, but have found if you type 'BBC radio' into youtube and tweak with the filters, you'll find people who've uploaded them. I then just use an add-on to convert the youtube clip into an mp3. They seem to get zapped every so often with some bouncing back under different users, but some also disappear forever.

I've found some great dramas that way, like the Smiley series, James Bond (novel versions), dramatisations of other books and movies. Can't help with the sitcoms, though, beyond the two I know.


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There is an entertaining podcast called ‘ My dad wrote a porno’


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For history, I really like Dan Snow's History Hit, and also History's of the Unexpected. All, usually, about 30 minutes long and cover all manner of stuff.


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Delingpole does a good one.


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I only really listen to three and I very much doubt anyone other than Chuckles would be interested in two of them

the Normie one is The Joe Rogan Experience.

the Geek ones are Monday Night Magic (Magic the gathering) and Critical Role (Dungeons and Dragons).

Critical Role is worth a watch if you have any inner Geek, it's a million times more entertaining than any Sitcom.


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