One of my favourite things to do is to listen to podcasts. I have a two hour drive to and from work so this gives me lots of time to listen. I really enjoy listening to them, and listen to varying podcasts, both Australian and International, covering my areas of general interest.
Very surprisingly, podcasts have introduced me to true crime. I’m a big reader, but read very little crime or true crime. However, there are a few true crime podcasts that I really enjoy. Some of them are covering unsolved cases that I remember, and others are new to me.
I also love to listen to podcasts on genealogy, inspiration and podcasts that are linked to particular TV series. Listed below are just a few of the podcasts that I enjoy. There are many more, and the list is growing.
This podcast features the interviews from Andrew Denton’s TV show The Interview. Denton is known for his unique and honest interview style. The star of the interview is always his subject, never himself. Interviews can be very inspiring, touching and at times, very funny. Included insights and behind the snippets that didn’t get to air.
Explores some of the darkest corners of human nature, giving voice to the families and friends of victims. Meschel and Emily are very empathetic and show a more human side to crime than what we usually see in the media
Companion to the Problogger website. Darren Rowse has, for many years, been helping people to start their blog, or helping bloggers to improve their blogs. Many tips here for bloggers on this ‘easy to listen to’ podcast
I’m a huge fan of The West Wing, even after all these years, so it’s no surprise that I would be a fan of this podcast. Each episode focuses on an episode of The West Wing, with hosts discussing how the episode was made, along with behind the scenes snippets. If you’re a fan, this is not to be missed.
Podcast of between 30 minutes and an hour in length, presented by motivational speaker and fitness expert, Craig Harper. Craig interviews high performers in their field, who share their tips and strategies for success,
Interviews with leading entrepreneurs in many different fields, who share with us how they are living their dream life. The main theme here is the importance of tapping into your passion, whatever that may be, and leaping right out of your comfort zone. The interviewer is Kristina Karlsson, founder of global stationary giant Kiki-K
What’s your favourite podcast? I’d love to hear about it and promise to reply to all comments. I do appreciate it when you join in the conversation.