Seslor said:Any Tell 'Em Steve Dave ants also part of the Bald Move community? Fantastic podcast with some friends of Kevin Smith, including Brian "Q" Quinn from Impractical Jokers.
Any Tell 'Em Steve Dave ants also part of the Bald Move community? Fantastic podcast with some friends of Kevin Smith, including Brian "Q" Quinn from Impractical Jokers.
akritenbrink said:I started listening to Invisibilia too- Hanna Rosen is one of the hosts of one of my other fave podcasts, Double X (by Slate) and so I followed her here. I almost got too absorbed in season 3 ep 1 while I was at work the other day though haha.
Hatorian said:Ringer podcast just dropped "Binge Mode" which is a 60 part GOT podcast. Definitely not on par with our beloved Jim and Aaron but if you're fixing for some fresh GOT coverage from start to finish it's there.
Ringer podcast just dropped "Binge Mode" which is a 60 part GOT podcast. Definitely not on par with our beloved Jim and Aaron but if you're fixing for some fresh GOT coverage from start to finish it's there.
JRE- Depending on the guest
Waking Up with Sam Harris- regardless of the guest
Rubin Report- Depending on the guest
You Made it Weird with Pete Holmes
The Nerdist- Depending on guest
I have a job that allows me to listen to podcasts while I do it. Podcasts have saved me from years of boredom.
Other then the bald move podcasts I listen to
The Nosleep podcast *
BBC "In our Time" history podcast
Reviving an old thread to recommend a relatively new podcast that some Bald Movers may enjoy. It's called Switchblade Sisters and it's on the Maximum Fun network. Each episode film critic April Wolfe sits down with a female filmmaker and they discuss a favorite genre flick from a female perspective. It's really refreshing and every episode has been great. So far there's only four episodes:Emily Gordon discussing Bone TomahawakKaryn Kusama discussing Near DarkHeather Matarazzo discussing The InvitationIssa Lopez discussing Pan's Labyrinth
Has anyone listened to Done Disappeared? It's a spoof true crime podcast hosted by John David Booter, and it's amazing. If you've ever been annoyed at a crime podcast for literally anything, this might be relevant to your interests. John David Booter investigates the mystery of a missing woman named Clara Pockets and a run-over birthday cake. It's by John David Booter. You won't................................................................................be disappointed.Don't forget to buy your big box of shit from Blue Apron using the promo code JohnDavidBooter for 100% off!
My favorite 2017 new-to-me podcast is No Such Thing As A Fish, hosted by the researchers of QI (Quite Interesting) a British quiz show. Each host introduces their favorite (arcane) fact, and the other hosts expand on that fact, and they're extremely funny and entertaining, and it's educational. The most recent episode is "No Such Thing As A Hummingbird With a Greggs Steak Bake." I have no idea what that means, and aren't you curious?